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Made in gb
Regular Dakkanaut




Yarkshire





https://youtu.be/Ca-IFOupTgw

https://yarkshiregamer.blogspot.com/2018/07/troops-on-parade-ww2-british-desert.html

Well there is always an excuse to get them all out on the table at once, said the Actress to the Bishop.

As part of my going therapy I thought it might be a good idea to review some of my figure collections starting with my 28mm British WW2 Desert boys.

This was supposed to be a single box of Perrys Miniatures and a couple of Tanks, as they say mistakes were made ! At the end of the post is a picture of the to do pile so it's not over yet.

Enjoy

Regards Ken
The Yarkshire Gamer

   
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Fighter Ace





england

Awesome stuff. Always good to see historicals
   
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Leutnant




Somerset uk

Great looking forces chap, tempted to do some desert brits when the new bolt action plastics drop.
   
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Stealthy Grot Snipa






Northern Ireland

Wind in the Willows inspired Tanks! I hope the irascible Mr Toad is in one of those armoured cars. Poop Poop!

Super job all round on this lot. Nice choice of an army too, Operation Compass; "Never was so much surrendered by so many to so few!"

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