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12 Feb 2019 8:52 p.m. PST
by Editor in Chief Bill

  • Changed title from "1:72 / 20 mm Senegalese Tirallieurs pulp WW1 Interwar WW2" to "1:72 / 20mm Senegalese Tirallieurs pulp WW1 Interwar WW2"

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Umpapa07 Feb 2019 2:04 p.m. PST

Today I would like to present platoon of Senegalese Tirailleurs, my interwar French third platoon, supporting last month presented French Foreign Legion. One of the most versatile groups of figures. From 1916 to 1964. From French Guiana and the Caribbean, through France 1917, 1940, 1944; Belgium, Norway, Morocco, Algeria, Sahara, Egypt, Libya, Chad, Congo, Italy, Corsica, Dardanelles, Syria (uprisings and actions against the British and Free France in 1941 ), Djibouti, Madagascar ( against the British in 1942 and the Malgas uprising), India (Pondicherry), entire Indochina, Franco-Thai war , China (French concession in Shanghai), and ending with the islands of Polynesia (pulp with cannibals, such as " Tales of the Golden Monkey")….

Would You like to know more:


Richard Baber08 Feb 2019 2:22 a.m. PST

very nice mate, my Senegalese are mostly Waterloo1815 plastics (Anglo-Egyptian infantry) with their fez altered to look more like the Chechia.

EWM have supplied most of the support weapons – VB, FM24/29, etc

79thPA Supporting Member of TMP08 Feb 2019 9:35 a.m. PST

Nicely done.

Umpapa09 Feb 2019 4:44 p.m. PST

Thanks guys. :)

Yep, Early War Miniatures is on of the best source of specialists for my mostly plastic armies. I have done that here:


and will present few others.

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