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The Desert can be cold as well:
"We did not hamper ourselves with led-camels. The men carried with them a hundred rounds of ammunition and a rifle, or else two men would be an "automatic" team, dividing the gun and its drums between them. They slept as they were, in their riding cloaks, and fared well enough till the winter of 1917-1918, which caught us on the five-thousand-foot hills of Edom behind the Dead Sea. Then we lost many men and camels frozen to death, or trapped in the snow, which lay over all the high lands in deep drifts for weeks, while we vainly appealed to Egypt for tents and boots and blankets. In reply we were advised that Arabia was a tropical country!"
We need more artillery guns. There are heavy British, American and a single German Set but no French, Austrian and so on...
Cannons are in pipeline.
Another artillery piece of interest that is not currently available is the QF 3.7-inch mountain howitzer. Widely used from 1917 -1945 with commonweath troops. With a little thought it could be a very intresting model as it could be broken down and moved by mules.
Great for WW1 middle East and just about everywhere WW2. would go great with the Burma figures.
Canon de 155 L Mle 1877 and Canon de 120mm Mle1878 either or both..
Yep Boer war to Finland and beyond
Would also add to these excellent suggestions the canon de 105mm Schneider Mle 1913 which served not only in WW1 but was also the principal gun of the French Army in 1940. It was exported widely between the wars to Poland, Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia and Belgium.
For the Austro-Hungarian Army the 149mm Skoda Model 14 Howitzer would be a great addition.
It was also used by Turkey.