Dated: September 21, 2010.
I have attached three of shots of some of your figures and creatures showing the flexibility of your products. All of the pictures were taken in Crete at our new wargame holiday centre (www.wargameholidays.com). Our preferred 20mm figures are, of course, HAT! The wargames table is 50 foot long and 6 foot across. The photographs were taken by author Joe Dever who was a guest at our test launch week in June 2010.
1. These are HAT Indian elephants towing scratch-built limbers and wagons and posed with 28mm Wargames Foundry Indian Mutiny figures. Note the Wargames Foundry elephant to the rear of the picture, size-wise it is almost an exact match for your 20mm ones.
2. A simple paint conversion on your Polish 20mm WW2 figures to turn them into Greek infantry for the invasion of Crete in May 1941. The Greeks worn a odd mixture of uniforms, loosely based on a mix of Italian and British styles. At the time of the invasion of Greece, the army was in the process of replacing their British style helmets with something more like the Italian one, which makes the style of the Polish helmet ideal.
3. HAT German motorcycles and motorcycle combinations in our Crete 1941 game. We used the motorcyclists as the reconnaissance unit for a German mountain regiment. Easy to assemble, great to paint and very dramatic to use on the wargames table.
Many thanks to Mr. Sutherland.
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