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Fly, Baby, Fly!

The Grunau Baby family of gliders was, for a long time, a staple of the primary flight training scene, especially in Europe. While it’s not as well-known today, or in North America, the folks at AZ Model have created a nice little kit of this iconic plane for everyone to enjoy. 27 more words

Marder in progress

I’m about half way through the 1/72 Marder I’m buiding for Chain of Command. It’s from the Ukrainian manufacturer UM.

The Marder IIIH was less common in Europe than the Marder IIIM, which used the reworked hull with a front mounted engine, but I had the kit and it will be handy when I game other theatres of the war. 234 more words

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British tanks for Chain of Command

I finished the first batch of support for my Chain of Command British platoon the other day – a Churchill, a Sherman, two Universal carriers with Bren teams, and a Six Pounder. 1,296 more words

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O Man(i)! What a Two-Holer!

The 1/72 Matchbox Hunter T.7 kit is something you don’t see everyday, which is one of the reasons I really wanted it! It’s another one of those loveably odd British side-by-side trainers, and was exported to many countries to boot. 65 more words

Photos of Strelets WWI British and French in Gas Masks

As promised below…!

My humble camera is never the best but hopefully these photos are adequate. 74 more words

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WWI in Gasmasks Project

One of my little projects on the go is the painting of some WWI Strelets sets. In particular these are the sets featuring most of the primary combatants in gas masks. 585 more words

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Prussian 7 Years War Infantry Project Complete!

Yesterday, I finally managed to complete the painting of 4 regiments of Prussian Infantry. This was indeed a significant moment for me as I first began these figures at the start of the year in January. 438 more words

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