My plan was to write up this month's "Decisive Battle" as a battle that never was; a what-if of a French military move to nullify the Remilitarization of the Rhineland in March, 1936.
The problem with that is that there is very little information available about the military details of that event; almost all the written accounts give cursory details of the movements of the German forces and little or no information about the location of the nearest French forces. I have a 1977 work requested through interlibrary loan but it has not arrived and shows little signs of rapid movement; rather like the French Army in 1936 in that, really.
My alternative is the Battle of Glorieta Pass, a bizarre, tiny little engagement in which the Union forces from the Department of New Mexico pretty much drew against the Confederate Army of New Mexico but, in the process, managed to destroy the rebel trains. Without their logistical train the Rebs had to retreat; so the engagement comes off as a Union victory.
Any interest in this one? Or should I hang on and badger the library to hurry the hell up with the Rhineland reference..?