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    My Diorama WW1 (continuation)

    Here thus one of my two dioramas (French trench) after a few months of work. I would post soon photographs larger and photographs of the customs present on this scene.
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    Great Dio young Padawan (this young french guy works with me...)!

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    nice to see French infantry in a trench dio. Reminds me of the scenes in "A very Long Engagement", wish I could see bigger pics.

    Philip

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    Nice work!

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    Great Stuff !!!!!!!
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    Very interesting subjects and dio, the uniforms hue stands out greatly from their gear and the trench itself giving your pics a nice contrast.
    Heh, how do you guys get anything at work done knowing great stuff at home like this needs to be tinkered with forever?
    BTW, who's that fella in the black beret?

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    Nice work! Good to see some WWI stuff. And the Trench also reminds me of "A very Long Engagement" scene as Legion puts it. Great work!

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    punkgundam,

    Here's a good ref. as you might need more Poilu's. Hope this helps!


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    Thank you for your congratulations.

    Saiko, the men in black beret is inspired by the photographs my back large uncle "great" captain during WW1 (My avatar).I would make a topic above soon!!!

    legion etrangere, YES "Un long dimanche de Fiançialles" SPLENDID film

    Master PAD 75 ^^, Thank you!!!

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    Nice work there punkgundam!
    History repeats itself, first as tragedy, then as farce. - Karl Marx

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    Ahhh I forgot one of them!!!
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    Awesome stuff punkgundam! I can never get enough French bashes.....

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    Amazing stuff, Punkgundam! The Poilu in the vest (sheepskin?) and the Chasseur Alpine are great!
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    The man in waistcoat, it acts of a cleaner of trench with armaments taken with German. For that in beret it is not an Chasseur Alpin but only officer of Infantry.
    Many French officers all confused weapons (Infantry, Artillery...) liked to carry this style of cap. As on the Photographs of my Back Large Uncle, it carried a beret whereas it was useful in the Infantry
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    I stand corrected, that's some valuable information. Another reason why the hobby is so enjoyable.
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    It is true, that makes it possible to learn the every day from them.

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