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

So we open another box in the European Houses series in the Battlefield in a Box range: Dunkirk House. According to the box, it's also in the Essentials range, and it's 15mm scale (some in the series say 10-15mm).

Dunkirk House

As we've come to expect, this is a thin cardboard box with a cardboard former inside, and three components wrapped in bubblewrap. The surprise this time is that the lower and upper stories are wrapped together and stuck together – fortunately, there's no damage when I force them apart.

Dunkirk House

Once again, a pre-painted house in ceramic-type material, holding two Flames of War medium bases on the first and second floor (can't put anything in the roof).

Dunkirk House

This time, we have a house with dark stonework, white windows with shutters, brown doors, and a gray roof. My sample is a little darker than the box cover photo. Hmmm, where have we seen a similar house before?

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Above, on the left you see Dunkirk House, and on the right you see Munich House.

Dunkirk House

Having two paint schemes for the same model gives more variety for our tabletops.