An AGN Matilda is well supported by tw0 companies of British infantry as it advances towards a small village defended by Italian Blackshirts.
Vickers VIb close in supporting the attack. These models were originally supplied by Force of Arms now available from AGN.
Italian tanks (AGN M13/40) arrive supported by the Grenadiers of Savoy. The M13/40 was not used in East Africa but no one makes a M11/39 in 28mm - yet.
The British can be seen crossing the river as they move into assault the town.
South African Marmon Herringtons (Chieftan) turn to defend against the Italian armour. Even a Boys AT rifle has a chance against the italian coffins.
Bren Carriers (MK1 and scount models origianlly from Force of Arms) of the Central Indian Horse protect the British Left.
These 3 pictures show the game as played at Vapnartak and where taken by one the shows many visitors. (thanks Grant Grimsby blog)