Fun fact: Dr. Seuss illustrated tons of political cartoons during world war two.
That brings us to the conclusion of Africa Orientale Italiana! While meandering through the desert our hero,
Decals are from Company B, a little large but in the end you wouldn't be able to really see them if they were smaller and would not want to really put them on a model either...
Having originally wanted to showcase the eastern front Italian cavalry regiments when they successfully charged against Siberian Infantry. The Africa Campaign had a more romantic nature to it, as much as war could relate to that.
The mortar team takes aim, or maybe just picks some meadow flowers.
In the rules, the Italians get the chance to place defensive works on the table.
The Africa Orientale Italiana only supports the most modern and elite armored support. The Fiat 3000 (right) is based on the WWI French FT-17. The smoke screens these burning vehicles gave they're infantry was invaluable... The FT-17 kit is made by Trench Worx. Top quality stuff, some of the best.
While the tanks maybe outdated, Italian artillery was quite renowned for bravery and accuracy. These truck mounted 90/53 AA guns were the siblings to the German 88. Often more deadly in anti-tank roles than anti-air.
It could still melt the rivets off an American Stuart. (Looking at you Plastic Legions, it also works on armored cars...)