Wednesday, November 08, 2006

World War One Action figures

Maybe you think this is in bad taste - but obviously it's the sort of thing that is prevalent for the World War Two period but we're not supposed to have toys of the Great War. Why is that? Is the implication that WW2 was nicer or is it simply more profitable - anyway check these out for an unusual gift idea for a small child relative or a deranged blogger...

These French and Germans ar made by Workshop toys - three and three quarters of an inch tall. I like them - this company's Samurai figures look good too. If you want Great War in the larger size like the German Trench Raider try these in the series Bayonets and Barbed Wire.

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