Murray Fletcher Pratt (1897–1956) was an American writer of science fiction, fantasy and history, particularly noted for his works on naval history and on the American Civil War.
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... In 1940 Fletcher Pratt's Naval War Game was first published ... Jack Coggins was invited by Pratt to participate, and recalled that Pratt's game involved dozens of tiny wooden ships—built to a scale of about one inch to 50 feet—spread over the ... War College and serving naval officers regularly participated in games For an evaluation of the Fletcher Pratt Game versus reality see Chapter 10 of The Fletcher Pratt Naval Wargame ...
... The Incomplete Enchanter (1941) (with Fletcher Pratt) - first of the de Camp/Pratt collaborations, including the earliest Harold Shea stories Land of Unreason (1942. 1978) (with Fletcher Pratt) - collected edition of de Camp and Pratt's second major fantasy series The Tritonian Ring and Other Pusadian Tales (1953 ...
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