Books, History Class, Uncategorized, World War 2

Board Games, the POW’s Secret Weapon

While this post made my site last summer too, family visits have me pulling out board games and remembering their role in history- I hope you find it as fascinating as I did! -Anne   My family loves games. We've spent many happy hours around the table, trying to discover if it was Miss Scarlett… Continue reading Board Games, the POW’s Secret Weapon

Books, History Class, Uncategorized, World War 2

Board Games, the POW’s Secret Weapon

My family loves games. We've spent many happy hours around the table, trying to discover if it was Miss Scarlett or Colonel Mustard whodunit, trying to outbid each other in Rummy Royale, or seeing who can construct the most elaborate Scrabble word. Personally, though, I've never cared for Monopoly. I don't mind loosing a game,… Continue reading Board Games, the POW’s Secret Weapon