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Posted by marc zijp on 29 Mar 2020, 12:25

@ Erich Von Manstein: upcoming Brunswickers?
Did I miss something this time?
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Posted by MABO on 29 Mar 2020, 12:27

Erich von Manstein wrote:The upcoming nap. Bavarians & Brunswickers are sets I'm totally thrilled about. They promise to be lightyears ahead the feeble Hät ones. :thumbup:


Which Brunswickers are upcoming, can you help me, please?
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Posted by Erich von Manstein on 29 Mar 2020, 12:36

MABO wrote:Which Brunswickers are upcoming, can you help me, please?

marc zijp wrote:Did I miss something this time?


Oops, seems I'm confusing some of Strelets numerous releases and announcements me thinks... . :oops:
The origin of my statement might be wishful thinking, indeed I really hope that Strelets will add further Brunswickers to their excellent 154 - Brunswick Light Guards Battalion.

... and Poles, Bavarians & Württembergers for 1812 and other campaigns & battles... :mrgreen: :xd:
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Posted by MABO on 29 Mar 2020, 13:17

Since you are Mr. Information, I believe you everything!
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Posted by Zed1 on 29 Mar 2020, 14:00

I hope it's not only guards, but also line infantry because the bulk of the Brunswick units were line infantrymen, not guardsmen.
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Posted by Erich von Manstein on 30 Mar 2020, 13:01

Another preview of a still undisclosed set of north african/arabian 20th century figures. :thumbup:

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MABO wrote:Since you are Mr. Information, I believe you everything!
:shock: :xd:

As you've efficiently demonstrated, we shouldn't believe everything we read in our "post-factual"-age.
After all, I'm certainly as excited about such hobby news as everyone else... . ;-) :-D
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Posted by marc zijp on 30 Mar 2020, 21:15

If Erich is the master of information, please let me be the sub-master ?
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 31 Mar 2020, 00:39

Too bad they did not include a complete bazooka team.
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Posted by MABO on 31 Mar 2020, 09:45

marc zijp wrote:If Erich is the master of information, please let me be the sub-master ?


:yeah: Of course you are! :-D
I was referring to all the lists and report about the Nuremberg Toy Fair every year and other general informations EvM has posted. :read: :read: :read:
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Posted by marc zijp on 31 Mar 2020, 12:19

:notworthy:
And it’s true: Erich is doing a great job with his reports.

It’s a pitty indeed that the us anti tank set is just such a small set.
But if they make, let’s say: ww1 German heavy mg sets I will not complain.
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Posted by Erich von Manstein on 31 Mar 2020, 12:23

The daily preview. :yeah:

Possibly 198 - Nap. French Infantry in summer dress at attention?

But could also be the "command" figures for:
221 - Nap. French Infantry in summer dress standing shoulder arms
222 - Nap. French Infantry in summer dress standing order arms


Who knows...? ;-) :-)

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Posted by Marvin on 01 Apr 2020, 10:03

Erich von Manstein wrote:The daily preview. :yeah:

Possibly 198 - Nap. French Infantry in summer dress at attention?

But could also be the "command" figures for:
221 - Nap. French Infantry in summer dress standing shoulder arms
222 - Nap. French Infantry in summer dress standing order arms


Who knows...? ;-) :-)

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Like them! I could 'stand' a lot more of this kind of release. :joker:
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Posted by marc zijp on 01 Apr 2020, 16:00

Second Picture seem to be French early grenadiers with shako. For me okay for Borodino period. Like some variety in backpacks.
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Posted by Erich von Manstein on 02 Apr 2020, 14:36

More of those mouthwatering WSS figures today. :drool:

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Posted by Rich W on 02 Apr 2020, 23:22

Another fabulous looking WSS set!
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Posted by marc zijp on 03 Apr 2020, 07:39

Sort of jealous. Wish they give the Russian Napoleonic sets some death and wounded. Anyway, good development.
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Posted by marc zijp on 03 Apr 2020, 07:48

And I like one detail: figure right drops his musket. Other casualty poses often wave with it in the air while being hit. Or hold it in the hand while being death.
These are stupid, non realistic poses.
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Posted by Bessiere on 03 Apr 2020, 12:01

They had to keep the Tyroleans happy?
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Posted by marc zijp on 03 Apr 2020, 13:40

( I meant of course: other poses often are stupid i.e. not correct, but these wounded bavarians look allright with me :yeah: )
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Posted by Erich von Manstein on 03 Apr 2020, 14:47

235 - WSS French Grenadiers (Early War) the concrete figures

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