New 1914 Zouaves from Phoenix Miniatures

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Feb 27th, 2010
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North Star Military Figures have added new 1914 Zouaves miniatures to their Phoenix Miniatures range of historical figures.

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From their announcement:

Phoenix Miniatures, the range designed by Tony Slocombe for North Star Military Figures, has added a new set of figures to the line.

The new packs are of French Zouaves from 1914.

The Zouaves were regiments in the French army, first raised in 1831, mostly for service in North Africa. The characteristic zouave uniform included short open fronted jackets, baggy red or white trousers and often sashes and oriental headgear. They began WW1 in their colorful uniforms, but adopted khaki alternatives by 1915.

We have three packs, each containing 4 different figures.

We have put together a platoon deal (for Warhammer Historicals Great War Rules) that contains one each of the three packs plus a free figure of a Standard Bearer, not available elsewhere.

The figures are 28mm sized, made of metal and supplied unpainted. Paper flag for the Standard Bearer not included.