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World War Two (Introduction)
World War Two in the Desert # 1 (Afrika Korps)
World War Two in the Desert # 2 (8th Army)
World War Two in the Desert # 3 (Italians)
World War Two in Russia # 1 (Late Soviet Army)
WW2 in the Pacific # 1 (Japan)
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This was my first wargaming era, and still one of my favourites. My gaming partner at the time, and best school mate, was a chap called Patrick Bauer. He was of French heritage and soon got me into my next (and still favourite) era of Napoleonics.
 
We started gaming with Charles Grant's great old set of rules called Battle! Practical Wargaming......and I still use them (heavily modified) today.

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Unit # 1: Fallschirm Panzerkorps Herman Goering
This unit will be used for gaming the Italy 1943-44 period.

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3 x Esci Stugs

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Airfix German Paras

Unit # 2: Polish Army

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Opel Trucks

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HaT Polish Troops

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Unit # 3: Early Russian Army

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T-35 Model 1941

Unit # 4: Early German Army

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Revell Horse-Drawn Artillery

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German Pzkpfw I light tank and a Bison I self-propelled gun on Pzkpfw I chassis.

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German Pzkpfw II light tanks

Unit # 5: Early British Army (Desert)

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Morris Scout Car

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Project #1: Stalingrad

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German 20mm WWII Heavy Mortar KARL