A few weeks back I took my 1/300 (6mm) Coldwar Polish down to Slimbridge for the first game of the campaign Richard over at Coldwar Commanders (http://coldwarcommanders.blogspot.co.uk/) has organised. Set in 1989, this is the LANDJUT campaign covering the hypothetical invasion of Denmark by Soviet and Warsaw Pact Allies.
These are some of my photos of the event, and some of my tanks - it was a chance to get them out and be able to photograph them!
Polish amphibious forces, supported by my Motor Rifles seize a supermarket! there terrain we had there was superb!
Chieftains - NATO British heavy forces deployed to help the Danes, and the bane of my weekend!
More excellent terrain on the other table - the Kiel Canal.
Polish Motor Rifles scure the right flank of the town using T-34/85s! Some Category C units used them until the end of Communism in Poland
WPT T34, Polish ARV
T-34/85 and OT-62 Command stand
GSP Ferries in travelling position
BMK_T boats in travel configuration
PMP Bridging unit
OT-64C with Sagger cages
OT-64R2 Command Stand
OT-64CR3 Command Stand
WPT T-34 ARV again
Polish Motor Rifles seize the town, and stay there!
Polish Amphibious forces surge inland (my team-mates' forces)
Publicity shot, a Tu-22M overflies the Kiel Canal
Tu-160 comes in for its attack (actually hit targets on the next table)