Thursday, 27 February 2020
Tuesday, 25 February 2020
Berezina 1812 part 2 - Fighting the French
Black Hat figures - fired the shot in question and poses here proudly with the result of his marksmanship.
Sunday, 23 February 2020
Berezina 1812 part 1 - following the French
see also his post here), PW and myself. PW ran the game, the French were Mike S (main army), Anthony M (the convoy) and Mike L (rearguard). The Russians were Brian C (harrying the French rear), Ian D (flanking force) and Your Humble Correspondent (Cossacks).
The French column straggles through the village.
At the rear a rolling battle was underway.
Fun at the rear continues
Thursday, 20 February 2020
Esci 7.5cm light infantry gun - part 1
Posted by Tim Gow at 21:17 2 comments:
Labels: 1/35 scale, Esci, German, WW2
Saturday, 15 February 2020
Diekirch military museum
Jeep with chilly looking crew
Kubel - I particularly like the copy of ‘Signal’ in the door pocket.
River crossing vignette
Freezing mortar crew
PAK-40 and crew
15cm infantry gun
Looking at this weekend’s weather forecast I can’t help but think one of these would be useful!
37mm Door Knocker with obligatory Stielgranate
Ex Belgian Army M-47
57mm M-1 AT gun. What us Brits call a 6 pounder.
Still worried about the Luftwaffe!
M-4A3E8 stuck at the Westwall
1940 Luxembourg Army uniform
The Sherman again
155mm gun and ammunition
Posted by Tim Gow at 13:58 5 comments:
Labels: BELUGE19, Luxembourg, Museums, WW2
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