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John Jenkins Designs
An iconic World War II fighter aircraft and a heavyweight from the annals of military history are among the latest new releases from John Jenkins Designs (JJD).
Guy Elliott looks at the largely unknown military history of his native land.
A leading manufacturer since 1893, Britains needs little introduction to even the most casual of toy soldier collectors. Under the leadership of Ken Osen, the company is still going strong, expanding its existing product lines and seeking opportunities to introduce even more exciting new ranges.
Thomas Gunn Miniatures
Reviews of new metal figures to arrive in the hobby by George Philips
The Last Sake
Eduardo Fernandez paints a large-scale bust.
The World of Model Soldiers, Part 1
Colin Luxford takes a tour of the world in miniature, starting with Europe and Asia.
King & Country
Reviews of new metal figures to arrive in the hobby by George Philips.
Hougoumont North Gate diorama
Dressing the Kiddies
Keith Nairn-Munro presents the second part of his study of the uniforms and history of the Scots Guards up to the Great War.
A Family Enterprise
George Phillips speaks to Abram Simon about the past, present and future of New Zealand-based Fleurbaix Toy Soldiers.
The Hyperinflation Hype
Talk that the U.S. is going the way of Zimbabwe or Venezuela is bunk but bunk can move markets and influence policy
The Geopolitics Of Chips
Taiwan and South Korea have amassed an uncomfortable degree of market power
ROCK THE VOTE!
Dwayne Johnson mulls run for president!
THE WAR ON FREE SPEECH IS ABOUT TO GET A LOT UGLIER
ONE WEEK AFTER being trapped inside the United States Capitol as thousands of pro–Donald Trump marauders attempted to forcibly “stop the steal” of the presidential election, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D–N.Y.) suggested one possible federal government response: convening a national commission on media literacy.
Earth-First ETFs Are Soaring
These five exchange-traded funds should deliver big rewards.
Identities: Kathleen Hou
Swallowing Our Bitterness The quiet costs of being Asian in America.
Heartbreak and Resurrection
A brutal, essential show that pulls from the canon of Black contemporary art.
Or Other Crime
How Black voting rights were sabotaged by a three-word phrase in the 14th Amendment, and how they can be reconstructed
US LAUNCHES AEROSPACE CENTER AT TUSKEGEE UNIVERSITY
The U.S. Department of Defense has launched an aerospace education center of excellence at Tuskegee University in Alabama.
HUAWEI UNVEILS FLAGSHIP FOLDABLE SMARTPHONE
Struggling under U.S. sanctions, Huawei unveiled a folding smartphone with an 8-inch (20-centimeter) -widescreen Monday to show off its tech prowess but said it will be sold only in China.