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Von Miligan25 Mar 2014 8:44 a.m. PST

New additions to EWM's WW1 OTT 20mm scale ranges "The Arabs are Revolting"
A new range of miniatures to add to our growing WW1 ranges. Designed by Tom Lobley with additions by me. These are designed for use in the WW1 middle east campaigns. They feature Arab irregulars for use as British Allies or enemies.





We have a pack of 2 camels with different Arab riders open handed so you can select from a number of weapon options included in the pack. These are an obsolete Musket, swords of different types. These cost £3.20 GBP including the additional weapon accessories.





There is a pack of 6 dismounted Arabs. These come with a selection of weapons for the 3 open handed models in the pack These accessories include obsolete Martini Henry, Short Schneider, musket and captured Mauser rifles. Swords of different types are also included. Each figure in the pack is different in pose, clothing and kit. These cost £4.20 GBP a pack including all the additional weapon accessories.




There is a pack of 3 open handed Arabs on galloping Arabic ponies. These also come with a selection of weapons to mount in the hands of the figures as required. One could easily be used as a standard bearer as well. These cost 4.20 a pack including all the accessories.


Supply Camels are also offered in packs of 2 camels. One set features water carriers and the other general baggage. Each pair comes with additional stowage items that can be added if required. Each Camel has an Arab on foot to lead the beast. These cost £3.10 GBP a pack including the additional accessories.




I am of the age where I remember with affection as a young boy collecting my plastic Airfix Bedouin Arabs. These are my updated versions of those models designed to be used against the Turks and British as required.
What else is coming for this theatre….?
A most splendid range of 3 British Army LCP's or Light Car Patrols with crew, machine guns, motorcycles. So very British Empire and totally designed for modelers and gamers alike. Just think of the skirmish games you can do with these, real "boys own" stuff. LCP's are striped out Model T fords used to attack behind the lines or around open flanks via deep desert penetrations and to map the uncharted deserts. For runners of the WW2 LRDG and SAS patrols. Coming very soon……..
Also stretcher bearing camels are almost ready. These can be used by British and Turkish armies alike.
You can see more pictures and comments at our face book site at :

These are available now on the EWM/20mmzone Web store at :
Thanks for your interest, and as always I look forward to your comments.
Paul T @20mmZone/EWM/OTT WW1

Tarleton25 Mar 2014 9:34 a.m. PST

I like them. Bags of character.

Whens Lawrence due? Camel, horse or British uniform? :)

BlackWidowPilot Fezian25 Mar 2014 11:56 a.m. PST

Hmmm…. open handed both on foot and on camelback… now where did I put my box of spare 1/72 scale sci fi weapons…?evil grin

Leland R. Erickson
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James Wright25 Mar 2014 1:16 p.m. PST

Not my particular area of interest, but very nice work. They look great. I particularly like the running camels and their riders.

Richard Baber26 Mar 2014 8:13 a.m. PST

I will have to add some of these to my desert Arabs :)

Henry Martini26 Mar 2014 7:53 p.m. PST

I see a hint or two of inspiration from the Minifigs 15mm colonial French North Africa Arabs there, too

Von Miligan04 Apr 2014 6:41 a.m. PST

" I like them. Bags of character.

Whens Lawrence due? Camel, horse or British uniform? :)"

sorry, no plans to make a Lawrence figure. Still working on LCP crews which will go nicely with these "revolting Arab's" !
Paul T@EWM

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