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Tango0121 Feb 2023 8:53 p.m. PST

" What's this? The result of a recent campaign with friends set in 192? where a Hungarian Communist invasion of Austria was brutally crushed by a substantial force of German Freikorps coming to the aid of hard pressed Austrian regulars and Heimwehr. The end result of this chapter of the ongoing alternate reality was a closer alliance between Austria and Germany known as "die bindung" and Austrian Interior Minister Count Nikolaus von Esterhazy, being elected "Interior Minister for Life". So, to strengthen his grip on power, Esterhazy has begun to raise paramilitary troops that take their orders directly from the Interior Ministry, the "Esterhazy Heimatschutz". Eventually, there will be a small number of units to complete this force but here is the first courtesy of a permanent loan from his friends within Germany. This is the Panzer-Kraftwagen-Maschinengewehr Abteilung Esterhazy composed of a massive Büssing 5AP (Barrage Miniatures), an Ehrhardt e-v/4 (Barrage Miniatures) and a Daimler Sonderwagen 21 (Empress Miniatures). All now carry the simple markings of the Esterhazy Heimatschutz. The figure in the picture is just allow a sense of scale…"


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Armand

Serge6922 Feb 2023 3:12 a.m. PST

Very nice!!!!!!!

Tango0122 Feb 2023 3:00 p.m. PST

Glad you like them….


Armand

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