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

Today, let's look at another pre-painted model in the European Houses series in the Battlefield in a Box range: Munich House. The box says this is 15mm scale.

Munich House

The box is thin cardboard over a thick cardboard insert, with the contents wrapped in bubblewrap.

Munich House

The model consists of first floor, second floor, and roof, made from what seems a ceramic-type material. Each story holds two medium-size Flames of War bases.

Munich House

This house is quite similar to the Antwerp House we previously profiled, the differences being the windows here have no shutters, and the finish is plain rather than stonework. The roof pieces are identical (and interchangeable), just painted green here and red on the Antwerp model.

Munich House

Another difference is that on this model, there is a black lip visible where first and second story meet. There's less gap on the Antwerp House.

Munich House

The quality control on the paintwork is good, with the only flaws being some white dabs on the frame of the front door, and a white spot on the green roof.

Again, a useful, robust model for your WWII games. This model would also be easy to repaint, adding more variety to your tabletop.