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    The latest products and news from deep in the Bunker...October 19.

    October 21, 2021

      The latest products and news from deep in the Bunker...October…

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    The latest news from Hobby Bunker.

    September 30, 2021

    The latest news from Hobby Bunker....Toy Show and more!

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    New 1/32 Plastic figures

    September 9, 2021

    So many great sets of 1/32 Plastic this month. New French Grenadiers and Line Infantry from Expeditionary Force...(more British Far East expected in Oct). New AWI Cavalry and Robin Hood figures from LOD Enterprises. Publius is sending us new Vikings and Early French Naps and some Single figures. Plastic Platoon is sending us some new American Revolution sets. Plus the have a few more they leaked to me. Mars has 3 WWII sets coming (not listed). Waterloo 1815 should have their second set of US Cavalry. Wow lots of stuff.

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    September News

    September 2, 2021

    September 2nd.... Good Afternoon. Another week another hurricane. Well folks the weather cleared up around here and we will have low 70 temps and…

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    New King and Country August 2021 Releases - Order now!

    August 7, 2021

    Welcome once more to this month’s ‘DISPATCHES’ and the opening salvo to what I believe are the finest World War Two British ‘Tommies’ that K&C have ever designed and produced! Now that may seem a wee bit over-enthusiastic, considering many of the other great WW2 British soldiers King & Country have offered you in the past, however when you see them in person I hope many of you will agree with my bold statement. So, let’s get down to business straight away. BEING RELEASED THIS AUGUST 1. "The Battle For Normandy" As most of you know on D.DAY, 6 June 1944 more British and Canadians actually landed on that first day than Americans but the three Allied Armies had a major battle on their hands first of all to secure all 5 Landing Beaches and then fight their way inland and try to capture their initial objectives before the Germans could launch the inevitable counter-attacks. On Sword Beach in the British sector one of the spearhead infantry units leading the assault was the 1st Battalion of The South Lancashire Regiment. This particular battalion was an integral part of the famous British 3rd Infantry Division. Back in June 1940, this division was among the last units of the B.E.F. (British Expeditionary Force) to leave France from the beaches of Dunkirk and so it was very appropriate and fitting that they were among the first to land in France on another beach in another place four years later!