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UNOFFICIAL ARMY LISTS

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KNIL: Additional Units

by Andrew Ellerby

Andrew has produced this PDF army list to cover equipment and vehicles used by the KNIL that are not included in the  France and Allies Army Book (v1..4 updated 12/11/23)

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Armies of Denmark

by Peter W

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Armies of Bulgaria

by Peter W

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Armies of Croatia

by Peter W

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Romania: Additional Units

by Andrew Ellerby

Andrew has produced this PDF supplement to cover equipment and vehicles used by Romania that are not included in the  Italy and Axis Army Book.

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Hungary: Additional Units

by Andrew Ellerby

Andrew has produced this PDF supplement to cover equipment and vehicles used by Hungary that are not included in the  Italy and Axis Army Book.

Armies of Bulgaria

by deweycat

Not content with just producing brillant WW2 3D stls, modeller extraordinaire, Deweycat, has also produced this unofficial Army list for Bulgaria. Deweycat's research closely matches my own, but he brings a couple of unique takes to his list. I would be happy to use either Deweycat's or my list to play Bulgaria. 

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Soviet Aerosan Raiders Theatre Selector

by Richard Humble

Threatre Selector for a unique Soviet force, providing both a threatre list and vehicle profiles for several aerosans.

Royal Danish Armed Forces

by Jesper M Mogensen

Another Danish list, this time from an actual Danish Bolt Action player. You can see BA guru Bo Mortensen give an overview of this list here.

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A Very British Civil War

by Al Morrision

Unofficial Bolt Action rules for playing the popular A Very British Civil War alternative history. In this history Edward VIII refuses to abdicate triggering a constitutional crisis which divides the nation and results in Civil war. A Very British Civil War was created by Messers Jones, Mortimore and Douglas and source books for this history are published by Solway Crafts and Miniatures.

Armies of Italy Supplement

by Lorenzo De Florio

A detail and well researched supplement to the official BA Italian Army List [Updated 3 Sep 22 to v1.7]

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Armies of Hungary Supplement

by Bryan Cook & Anthony Mason

This supplement has been superseded by the Fortress Budapest Campaign Book, but is provided here for the additional history and background offered on the Armies of Hungary.

Armies of the Empire of Ethiopia

by C Baxter

This was the first 'unofficial' supplement for BA that I am aware of. Well researched, it still holds up today - although it was written for V.1 BA.

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Invasion Australia

by Adam Stone

Drawing on extensive research Adam Stone has produced an unofficial Bolt Action Campaign supplement based on a 'what if' invasion of Australia. Besides the Invasion Campaign the supplement includes many new units, extensive historical background and period pictures (worth reading for alone).

Polish Army Supplement

by Darrin Zielinski

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Somewhere in Sweden

by Fredrick Lofqvist

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Polish Home Army (V3)

by Darrin Zielinski

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Black Death
(Soviet Naval Infantry 1941-41)

by Jesper M. Mogensen

Another Danish list, this time from an actual Danish Bolt Action player. You can see BA guru Bo Mortensen give at overview of this list here.  

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