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Re: why marching soldiers of WW1 are missing

Early war miniatures do some marching figures, certainly British in helmets and Turks.

Re: why marching soldiers of WW1 are missing

Dear Sansovino.

I'm with you. A full set of marching figures in assorted poses would be grand. An ideal one for the 'Strelets touch'; if they can fit it into their already busy and full schedule!

Kind regards,

James

Marching Soldiers For WWII and WWI Would Be Great

I would rather have a man at sling arms walking along the road than the wounded or dead guy.

I like the man at right shoulder arms marching also, on parade, or guard duty, better than the bayoneting guy.

This is true for all figures.

Personally I like the Caesar Miniatures German Marching figures and would like these for all the major combatants. In the 1920s and 1930s marching toy soldiers and even marching band toy soldiers were very popular. Even today Preiser makes marching bands and they are super expensive, but HO 1/87 scale.

Airfix made two of their first few sets were marching guards and a guards band which are long out of production but fetch large prices for collectors.

Mike Bunkermeister Creek
Bunker Talk blog

Re: Marching Soldiers For WWII and WWI Would Be Great

I think Hat pioneered this with their MAC concept, matching, attacking - ****ed if I can remember what what C stood for: combat perhaps?

Re: Marching Soldiers For WWII and WWI Would Be Great

C - Command