Hornets and such

Hornets and such

Post by Jeffery S. Harriso » Sat, 28 Feb 1998 04:00:00



At the risk of restarting the "Great Swastika Debate" I think ProModeler
deserves some credit. I missed it on the Bf-110 but as I was looking
over the Me-410 decals I noticed two rather large swastikas in the
middle of the sheet (not on an end easily removed). The I looked at the
box again and sure enough, swastikas are included in the art work. I'm
sure this oversight will be corrected on European bound kits but I'm
glad to see them return to a little bit of historical accuracy in the US
anyway.

Jeff
IPMS something or other

 
 
 

Hornets and such

Post by Robert Vanc » Sun, 01 Mar 1998 04:00:00


On Fri, 27 Feb 1998 21:22:47 -0900, "Jeffery S. Harrison"

Quote:

>At the risk of restarting the "Great Swastika Debate" I think ProModeler
>deserves some credit. I missed it on the Bf-110 but as I was looking
>over the Me-410 decals I noticed two rather large swastikas in the
>middle of the sheet (not on an end easily removed). The I looked at the
>box again and sure enough, swastikas are included in the art work. I'm
>sure this oversight will be corrected on European bound kits but I'm
>glad to see them return to a little bit of historical accuracy in the US
>anyway.

>Jeff
>IPMS something or other

Swastikas?  Heck, I always thought the Nazis used Big Black Diamond
shaped things...that's what's on a lot of the boxes.  Or is this some
cruel twisted trick to hide the past from our young?

Robert
Just your average flameproof modeler
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