Charles Roberts Awards Hall of Fame

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The Charles S. Roberts Awards Hall of Fame, formally known as the Clausewitz Award Hall of Fame, is named after legendary military writer Carl von Clausewitz. The recipients of this award have made an important contribution and left their mark on the contemporary hobby of military strategy games and simulations.

The Clausewitz Award is presented with the annual wargame awards.

Inductees[edit]

See footnote[1]
  • 1987 - Richard Berg
  • 1988 - Ty Bomba
  • 1989 - Joseph Balkoski
  • 1990 - Jack Greene
  • 1991 - Mark Herman
  • 1992 - Larry Hoffman
  • 1993 - Dean Essig
  • 1994 - Don Greenwood
  • 1995 - Chris Perello
  • 1996 - Ted Raicer
  • 1997 - Dave Powell
  • 1998 - Vance von Borries
  • 1999 - award rescinded
  • 2000 - Winston Hamilton
  • 2001 - Joseph Miranda
  • 2002 - Mark Simonitch
  • 2003 - Kevin Zucker
  • 2004 - JD Webster
  • 2005 - not awarded
  • 2006 - not awarded
  • 2007 - not awarded
  • 2008 - not awarded
  • 2009 - John Butterfield
  • 2010 - Richard Borg
  • 2011 - Ed Wimble
  • 2012 - Brian Youse

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Chairman and founder, Rodger B. MacGowan, and executive directors Alan Emrich, Danny Holte, John Kranz, and Allan J. Rothberg, are not eligible for the award.

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