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1/72 CMK-German Hospital Staff (IMG&Link Review)

May 25 2012 at 12:45 AM
Cristian Florescu  (Login Panzer_Grenadire)
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This is a set depicting not only an extremely rare topic in the field of WWII Germans but also it might be assessed as the set including the largest number of WWII German women.
It covers a key subject, practically representing the only choice in production in terms of WWII German medical personnel.
The review of this extremely useful set, featuring also much more images, is available here:


I hope you will enjoy it.

Cristian Florescu

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Mike Durand
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I'm not totaly up on medical personel

May 25 2012, 9:41 AM 

but I think these could be used in any hospital. Maybe the 'doctor' could use a different hat.


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Cristian Florescu
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Re: I'm not totaly up on medical personel

May 25 2012, 3:15 PM 

Absolutely, but perhaps for any hospital maybe it would be good changing or at least modifing the caps of the nurses....happy.gif

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