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Mostly a thumbs up, the guy holding the magazine of his Thompson is inviting a Deadman's click , and even if he did not misfire the Thompsons would be all but impossible to keep on target like that, and the guy bayoneting rifle above his head, not a natural pose, leaving your own body unprotected to a counter blow, the rest look very good and very excited about getting them and all the other desert sets.
I stand corrected :innocent: Ashes Should always be played in England with the duke ball and Mr Anderson should never get any older, it all to often goes pear shaped down under.
How nice it is to see two learned gentleman noting the Aussie/Pommie nexus and the successful tactics used in war which permeate through our societies approach to sports and extra curricular activities. The only thing missing is a cup of tea. Well done gentlemen and well done Strelets. Another fine addition to my ever expanding North African collection. Many years ago I decided not to invest in the two world wars as my collection of Ancients was ever growing and wanted to concentrate on that era . I made one allowance. Any campaign Aussies were involved in. Well guess what happened? I'm not complaining and it looks like my collection will continue to expand. The only thing which has stopped me expanding into other post WWII conflicts is no Aussies produced for these police actions and wars. Oh dear have I set myself up again.
To all you friends of and Strelets have a wonderful and safe Christmas and look forward to next year.
Afrika Kors in attack, in defense?....maybe? when?