As many around the internet have noted, this week saw the passing of an icon of the wargaming community. Mr Donald Featherstone.
I only became aware of his works recently through the effort of John Curry in reproducing many of Mr. Faetherstone's works. I found these titles through Amazon but I believe you can also order them through Lulu and Mr. Curry's own site, History of Wargaming.
I enjoy his works because they emphasize the feel of the game rather than getting bogged down in weighty rules and statistics. This is something I personally need to get back to and remember that we are playing the games to have fun, not argue whether this or that rule is "real" or if such and such force is orthodox.
I just wanted to express my thanks to Mr. Featherstone for making wargames what they are today.