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Japanese Army

Japanese Army

THE IMAGE TO THE LEFT SHOWS a representation of the Japanese Army range as they are sold. The full range is listed below as individual figures. Sculpted by Jack Alexander and Andrew Stadden, painting by Steve Rowland and Mark Lodge, colour photography by Buildings by Hovels and scenery by S&A Scenics.

NEW ITEMS: Infantryman marching in greatcoat, officer in greatcoat and dismounted cavalryman.


Japanese Army – Infantry advancing

This product is sold unpainted. Additional Images.1. Image is by kind permission of the 'All Things Jacklex' blog and shows Japanese battalions preparing to ward off an imminent table top Russian attack.   2. Image from a demonstration game held at the Battleground Show. The Japanese infan..


Japanese Army – Infantry standing firing

This product is sold unpainted.Source. ‘A Study of Strategy and Tactics of The Russo-Japanese War, 1904’ Lt Col Kearsey DSO OBE psc, The Naval & Military Press, 2019.   JAPANESE ARMY ORDER OF BATTLE 1904 Battalion Squadron Guns Engi..


Japanese Army-Infantry marching in greatcoat

This product is sold unpainted...


Japanese Army – Infantry running with separate rifle

This product is sold unpainted.Additional Images.1-3. John Briggs's fine looking Russo-Japanese game. Some seriously good looking figures and scenery at play.THE JAPANESE ADVANCE ON NANSHAM The Battle of Nansham, 24-26 May 1904, was fought across a two-mile-wide defence line covering the appro..


Japanese Army – Infantry standard bearer with separate pike

This product is sold unpaintedJAPANESE REGIMENTAL COLOURS The information below is from an outstanding website called ‘Flags of the World, FOTW’  The Japanese Army infantry carried colours into battle in the Russo-Japanese War. The design was the 16-ray ‘rising sun’ with the sun disk at the..


Japanese Army – Infantry officer

This product is sold unpainted.Additional Images.1. The Battle of Motien, Manchuria, 1904. A demonstration game held at the Battleground Show.  the Japanese infantry in the background attack strongly held Russian defences. 2-4. These lovely figures, vehicles and buildings are from the hand..


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