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The Big Four of Late War Article Series - The Americans

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The team over at Battlefront Miniatures have been working hard on an article series which covers the four main nations of the late war period in World War 2. One of their four contributors to the blog series is Victor Pesch who is looking at the American forces.

The Big Four of Late War Article Series - The Americans

“Victor “el Presidente” Pesch is the ring leader of Big Four, having come up with the entire concept of embarking on the Journey alongside our players. Known in the Studio for his painting prowess he spends his days wrangling Photoshop and InDesign working as a Graphic Designer, whilst his nights are spent working on whatever new project takes his fancy. He has his eyes set on an American force filled with Sherman tanks. For now…”

You can follow Victor’s progress with the American forces here.

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chrisjensen1975
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chrisjensen1975

I have the Brits and Germans but these new sets are going to push me into the Americans and Soviet armies. Bravo on the late war coverage.

lawnor
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I’d really like to do something like this. Shame I can’t get my group to commit to do anything regularly.

lblunchboxlb
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It’d be interesting to see how Warriors affect gameplay.

astralwraith
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Looking forward to seeing how each of the forces grow over time

mattcapp112
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mattcapp112

As much as I love the German faction, I’m really getting tempted by the soviets. Love the feel of the army of tanks getting pushed out of the factory and thrown into combat without even getting painted! Wow

coachjose59
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The starter sets are amazing. Can’t wait to get my hands on them.

skodamarine
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I so have to get back into flames of war! Especially as late war is my favourite period to play.

jemmy
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A very good force composition, even fit to some of the old briefings in the “old” intelligence handbooks. Operation Cobra springs to my mind.

goatberger
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Picking an army to start is going to be challenging…

petey9
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If I had the starter, Id probably have to get more americans

fireblarney
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My brother and I are looking like we’re doing Germans and US, but he may change to Brits as he already has some laying around from the previous edition, which means a mate of mine will mostly likely grab the US. I have another mate who’s a bit of a part time war gamer so who knows, possibly have the big four covered :).

falerox
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I’m loving these articles it really adds to the experience, especially if you are building alongside them.

chrisjensen1975
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chrisjensen1975

This is a great start for V4 Late war. Between Hit The Beach and the American Starter Army you should have enough to field a respectable force. I’m also looking forward to the next bunch of smaller box sets as well.

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