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Re: Thin Yellow Line

I must be dreaming not a trace of a silk ruff or a brownbess thank you Mr Strelets They look great

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Burma maybe. Guadalcanal perhaps? New Guinea or Philippines?? Or maybe China itself!!
Wonderfully done, anyway...

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Dear Strelets,

You make Friday a joy each week.

I did not think it was worth asking for Napoleonic Russian infantry in greatcoats in attack or any of a multitude of Napoleonic Austrian cavalry 'at the ready' that I'd like to see done as I felt for sure this Friday would have a War of Spanish Succession theme. Then you come out with WWII south-east Asia. You are full of surprises, aren't you?!!

Lovely sculpting.

Regards, James

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Very nice figures there.
The guy kneeling and pulling the bolt back on his rifle is my favourite.


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Very gooooood ones!!!

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They are stunning....Wow!

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Great, the next revelation will be a preview of their KNIL adversaries :)

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Dutch Uncle
Great, the next revelation will be a preview of their KNIL adversaries :)
We can but hope

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Good to see. Will be even better to see Gurkhas, Chindits and Australians next

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Wonderful figures. I never thought I would say it, but it almost stimulates me to rekindle my second world war collection, most of which was lost in a frenzy of conversion madness 30 years ago. My sideboard is already filled to the brim with Napoleonics and colonial figures incl. the FFL, British, Arabs and Zulus by a variety of manufacturers, most recently mainly Strelets.

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Not my period, but very fine sculpts indeed. And it's nice that Strelets covers a wide range of conflicts, now that Caesar seems to have stopped producing. There are currently not many top quality manufacturers in our hobby. Well done!

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These look very good, high quality sculpting and good poses.

Not desert-y, not a wig in sight...so maybe 'jungle-y' instead?

Have a good weekend:relaxed:

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Excellent sculpting again Strelets!

The MG gunner has his belt o v e r the breadbag etc. straps, probably not standard procedure?

Who knows, maybe the "The 800" movie craze will help sales, so a set of Chinese infantry might be on the cards!

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Yes nice figures. Definitely on my shopping list !
Are these possibly Japanese Infantry in Defence ?
Certainly hoping Strelets will cover the Sino-Japanese conflict 1937-45.

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Nice figures in unusual poses these are really interesting I like them a lot :yum:

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Thanks Strelets for continuing to provide us with interesting subjets. If you want to delight us please consider Chinese Army and Dutch to fight the Empire of the Sun. And if you want to amaze us: mounted Japanese for early war.

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At the moment there is a very interesting series The Price of An Empire and reference was made to the role of Thailand in WW2. A set regarding the Thai Army merits consideration for the Asian Pacific war theatre.