Historical Miniature Wargaming, Military History, Plastic Army Men, & slush cast soldiers. Figures from Airfix, Italeri, Giant, Revell, Pegasus, Dapol, HaT, Ykreol, Imex, Orion, Strelets, and Roco Minitanks, Trident and Fidelis Models; as well as wargame rules. I also enjoy 54mm & 60mm Toy Soldiers from Tim Mee, Ideal, MPC, and Marx Toys! I have collected toy soldiers for over 55 years. You can eMail me at BunkerMeister45@aol.com
Saturday, December 5, 2009
Sing Me A Song
When not in combat, this Preiser WWII German soldier likes to play the accordion for his friends in his unit.
This hard plastic Dapol figure always looked like a banker to me.
Sometimes a banker like to play accordion to his Volksstrum unit members.
Musical instruments were common with soldiers in WWII. They did not have the computers and miniature recorders that we have now. I give troops higher morale when they have entertainment.
The white head is from the Prieser Airfield People 1925 set and the base is Evergreen Plastics.