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Count me in I would love 1940 British.
Considering these could be used for Battle of France, Norway (along with French troops were going to be used in Finland against the Soviets), home guard/homefront (Sealion?).
A lot of potential there, greatcoated, highland division, home guard (sticky bombs etc) - the world is your oyster!
Probably would only require a max of two sets so that more FFL (for use on both axis , allied sides including and at least one Syrian battle where they were on both sides), ACW and Napoleonic would not be inconvenienced!
i know you have a lot in the pipeline but i think this would be a good set for you to think about when you think about new sets so important but never been done loads of late 43/45 but no 39/42 airfix to small and skinny it might just be worth thinking about thank you for all your great work so far cheers
I agree that BEF are a huge gap when one remember Dunkirk & the Norwegian campaign. Other WW2 gaps:Norwegian, Dutch, Albanian, Greek, Begian armies. We live in hope.
Norway - would need greatcoats, balaclavas etc...
there are numerous more missing parts of WW2 and WW1. Infantry, command, artillery, flak, mortars, heavy weapons ....
BEF and others would be great, especially as I've just acquired some Bren and scout carriers from Butlers Printed Models, I had to use old Airfix figures to make the crews
A couple of pictures
Will, I cannot post comments on your blog so I will do here.
Many thanks for sharing all that interesting information over the years!
The carriers look good but should BEF 1940 vehicles really have khaki cammo spots? See Mike Starmer et al. e. g. here:
I have collected a nice bunch of BEF kits but completed none yet since the paint shades are not readily available but we have to mix them at home.
My BEF collection