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Home - Solway Crafts and Miniatures    Very British Civil War    http://solwaycraftsandminiatures.webs.com

Producers of 1938 A Very British Civil War, painted Figures, Wargames flags, Albanich Wargames show

CrystalField_WEB_40mmRLDeal

Packing unit: random bases This product is made of high-quality resin The product comes unpainted and in some cases you have to build it together F

The men who would be King!

Afghans, Miniature, British

Iroquois War Club  - Civil War era

Iroquois War Club - Civil War era- Would make an awesome shifter knob

Very British Civil War:    http://warhammer.org.uk/phpBB/viewtopic.php?f=11=108209

A very British motor pool

Polish Cromwell tank

Polska Broń Pancerna w II WŚ added 15 new photos to the album: Cromwell.

Cromwell 1944    British Cromwell VIII No. T187608 of the 7-th British Armored Division commanded by Sergeant Gerald Holloway was knocked out in Villers-Bocage by a German Tiger tank commanded by the famous German tank commander SS Michael Wittmann.

Cromwell 1944 British Cromwell VIII No. of the British Armored Division commanded by Sergeant Gerald Holloway was knocked out in Villers-Bocage by a German Tiger tank commanded by the famous German tank commander SS Michael Wittmann.

The M1 Combat Car was a light tank used by the U.S. Cavalry in the late 1930s. After the Spanish Civil War, most armies, including the U.S. Army, realized that they needed "gun" armed tanks and not vehicles armed merely with machine guns, and so the M1 became obsolete. The M1 was the immediate predecessor of the M2 Light Tank.

The M1 Combat Car was a light tank used by the U.S. Cavalry in the late 1930s. After the Spanish Civil War, most armies, including the U.S. Army, realized that they needed "gun" armed tanks and not vehicles armed merely with machine guns, and so the M1 became obsolete. The M1 was the immediate predecessor of the M2 Light Tank.

Cromwell tanks of the British 7th Armoured Division ('The Desert Rats') moving through the Dutch town of Roermond, winter 1944.

Cromwell tanks of the British Armoured Division ('The Desert Rats') moving through the Dutch town of Roermond, winter

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