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K.35 –A Diplomacy zine by “Grendel Press” (Conrad von Metzke)

K.35 #1    K.35 #2   K.35 #3  K.35 #4    K.35 #5   K.35 #6  K.35 #7    K.35 #8   K.35 #9  K.35 #10  K.35 #11  K.35 #12  K.35 #13  K.35 #14  K.35 #27   

Kadath – Rod Walker’s zine for Demonstration Game 1970BL

Kadath #1    Kadath #2   Kadath #6    Kadath #7    Kadath #9    Kadath #10  Kadath #13    

Kaissa – Elmer J. Hinton published this famous (some would say infamous) Dipzine

(A few of these issues courtesy of Lance Anderson) Kaissa #96     Kaissa #106  Kaissa #107   Kaissa #108  Kaissa #110   Kaissa #111  Kaissa #112   Kaissa #113  Kalmar – Christina Krogh’s Dipzine (she married Wild ‘N Wooly’s Dan Brannan). Kalmar #1   Kathy’s Korner – See Whitestonia issues.    

The Kobeldomichtenstein Journal and Monthly Cyclopedia of the Autonomous

Grand Duchy of Strassmanohouffalizhein – John Mensinger moved his games from Der Brandenburger to this zine, which may or may Not have eventually been renamed The World News and War Report (still trying to connect the dots). He refers to this zine both as the “Journal” and the “Cyclopedia.” The Journal/Cyclopedia #1   

The Kommandeur – Zine dedicated to simulation map games. 

Lots of big names on the list of officers, like Edi Birsan and Robert Holcombe The Kommandeur Volume 5 #4  Return to the Postal Diplomacy Zine Archive