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It shows soldiers of the Red Army raising the flag of the Soviet Union on the German Reichstag, completely in ruins, in the Battle of Berlin during the end of World War II..
The photo, which showns the taking one of the most emblematic Nazi buildings, was extremely popular, being reprinted in hundreds of publications for propaganda purposes. Read More
Greetings …I present you a collection of .pdf that I have compiled corresponding to the Allied side and that Battlefront advertising until the exit of v4 release
If you have any contribution to include it, comment it and leave the link to upgrade it. Read More
Greetings …I present you a collection of .pdf that I have compiled corresponding to the Axis side and that Battlefront advertising until the exit of v4 release
If you have any contribution to include it, comment it and leave the link to upgrade it.. Read More
The Arado Ar 234 Blitz (English: lightning) was the world’s first operational jet-powered bomber, built by the German Arado company in the closing stages of World War II.
Produced in very limited numbers, it was used almost entirely in the reconnaissance role, but in its few uses as a bomber it proved to be nearly impossible to intercept. It was the last Luftwaffe aircraft to fly over Britain during the war, in April 1945.
Capable of 461 miles per hour at 20,000 feet and faster than any Allied fighter it was likely to face in the sky during its era, the Arado Ar 234 was the world’s first operational jet bomber. It was initially used for reconnaissance. Adolf Hitler considered it to be one of the wunderwaffen, or “wonder weapons” that would reverse his fortunes at a time when Nazi Germany was losing the war. Read More
Here comes a small update to my popularly acclaimed original PSC German truck review.
This time I’ll show you how the extra 5 German Trucks made of spare parts from the original PSC sprue come alive.
If you remember I told you it was pretty easy to build the free extra 5 trucks from the box, using some plasticard and cut sprue. The only missing key pieces to complete the spare trucks were the frontal wheels.
Ok, here comes to the rescue another brilliant Green Stuff product: Blue Stuff Moulds 4 bars. Read More
Hi…best regards soon the next 21-22 January at Zaragoza (Spain), will be the annual tournament of the Atalaya-Vigia Gaming Club.
Players from all parts of Spain will come to compite in some of the most popular wargames of the Scene…Flames of War, Warmachine, Euphoria, Kings of War, and more….There will be too Shops stands and more…. Read More
Hi mates, here i´m with another quick scennery tuto, easy to do and very effective once you place at the game table.
For those one I used…
- Open Fire cardboard Terrain Templates.
- 3 mm PVC Foam sheets, one Din A4 is enough to have two pieces of terrain.
- Sand and gravel.
- Static grass.
- X-Acto knife and tiny shaw.
All people who plays Fow, know there is at least more important to have the minis painted, it´s to have a scenery, to give the matches more exciting; giving concealed positions and increasing the difficult to have clean lines of fire.