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Author Topic: Tropical British in topees  (Read 525 times)

Offline TacticalPainter

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Re: Tropical British in topees
« Reply #15 on: May 24, 2020, 03:28:23 AM »
What about a WWI gunner?

Or cutting the legs off a prone gunner to replace them with ones wearing shorts?

Yes, thatís one option. Alternatively a BEF gunner. I donít mind doing the conversion but was happy to explore all the lazier options first 🙄
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Offline Truscott Trotter

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Re: Tropical British in topees
« Reply #16 on: May 25, 2020, 11:45:38 PM »
I believe that the Indian Army was generally towards the back of the queue in terms of new kit - and certainly the newly-raised formations that were sent to Malaya in 1941.  I didn't realise that British units were equally under-equipped.

Not even in the queue...(almost) all the best officers, NCO's and equipment went to Nth Africa 40-41 none to Far East


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