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https://yarkshiregamer.blogspot.com/2020/10/ww1-mesopotamia-infantry-and-artillery.html

Evening All,

With lock down in full swing and getting worse there's nowt else to do but get some more units done.

This week it's the turn of the WW1 Mesopotamia Collection to get some love. A new Battalion of Indian Infantry, a couple of Guns and some posh HQ types all done.

28mm Woodbine Design Company, great figures, still no Cavalry in the range but I've given up waiting and gone elsewhere for my equine requirements.

I've got some 28mm Italian Wars on the paint table so they will be up next.

Regards Ken
The Yarkshire Gamer

   
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Well, those are all sturdy and posh looking fellows - well done!!

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Always a pleasure to see your WWI stuff.

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