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

It's back to the European Houses series in Gale Force Nine's Battlefield in a Box range, as we open the box of Dresden House.

Dresden House

The box lists this product as 15mm scale, and suitable for use with Flames of War and World War III: Team Yankee.

Dresden House

Inside a sturdy box, the two lower sections were shrinkwrapped together, and the roof piece was wrapped separately. No apparent damage in shipping.

Dresden House

This is the first story. The outside is painted dark gray, with white doors and white shutters. The inside is painted black with brown floors.

Dresden House

Now, I've added the second story piece. No fit problems, and a tight fit. There are two places where white paint has slipped onto the dark gray tiles/bricks.

Dresden House

You can fit two Flames of War medium bases inside each floor (but not in the roof).

Dresden House

Now the roof piece is in place. No fit problems, reasonably good fit. The roof can flip either way, with the chimney on either end. If you're picky, you might want to touch up the chimney pots.

Dresden House

I've been showing you the back corner of the house, so here is the front corner. This model is quite similar to Dunkirk House, the only difference being the color of the doors (white versus brown).

Dresden House

And to give a sense of scale, here are some 15mm U.S. airborne infantry defending the house.

Dresden House

This building is a useful addition to your urban gaming table – and your spouse might want to display it on the shelf when you're not using it!