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Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian writes:

Here's another entry from the European Houses series in Gale Force Nine's Battlefield in a Box range: Falaise House.

Falaise House

According to the box, this is 15mm scale and suitable for use with Flames of War and World War III: Team Yankee.

Falaise House

As you've seen in previous articles, these buildings are packed in sturdy cardboard boxes, with each component wrapped individually in bubble-wrap.

Falaise House

Here's the bottom floor, viewed from the back of the house. The exterior is some kind of brickwork or tilework – the same as Dunkirk House and Munich House, painted brownish-gray (same as Munich House), but this time the windows are shutterless. The interior is black except for the floor, which has been painted brown.

Falaise House

Here's the second story in place. No fit problems.

Falaise House

And here is the roof in place (again, seeing the back of the house). This is the first time we've seen this style roof, sloping in on all four sides. No fit problems.

Falaise House

View from the front. Note the difference in colors from the box art. Enough room inside to hold two medium FoW bases on each floor. A sturdy addition for the wargamer who needs buildings (and who doesn't!).