|Mixes best with:||Crusader, Force of Arms, Outpost Wargame Services, Steve Barber Models, Wargames Foundry and West Wind Productions.|
|Long Review:||As I have only seen the unarmed civilians and the Goulaschkanone, I can't really comment on the other figures in the range.
The unarmed civilians also represent a nice slice of life- perfectly suited to any year from the mid 1930's to the late 1940's. The figures consist of three men- one slightly tubby man with his hands in his pockets, an old gent with a crutch, and a one-legged veteran. There are also two women, one of whom is carrying a child, and four children of various ages.
|Commentary:||Unfortunately Aaron has decided to focus on 54mm figures, and has removed the 28mm range from the website.|
|Historical Accuracy:||Not bad, maybe a little mixed interms of strict accuracy, but the overall look is OK.|
|Sources:||Purchased for own collection.|
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