Professor Philip A. G. Sabin is a British military historian who is currently Professor of Strategic Studies in the War Studies Department of King’s College London. He specializes in air power studies and ancient warfare. He was educated at Queens’ College, Cambridge, earned his PhD from the Department of War Studies at King’s College, London, and held research posts at Harvard University and at the International Institute for Strategic Studies.
Professor Sabin is currently the course convenor for three BA level courses in the War Studies Department. These are “World War Two in Europe”, “Warfare in the Ancient World” and “Fighting in the Air”. He is also the convenor for one MA level course, “Conflict Simulation”.
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Sabin is the author of the “Lost Battles” game system. The game covers battles and campaigns in the Mediterranean and Near East from the Persian defeat at Marathon in 490 BC to Caesar’s victory at Pharsalus in 48 BC. It has been exhaustively tested and refined over the past several years, and is based on Sabin’s decades of research and simulation design on ancient warfare; and it includes an updated copy of his book, with extensive historical and design notes on every scenario. The game can be fought on three levels – the grand tactical, the grand strategic, or a combination of the two.