Monthly Archives: September 2011

My Work Shop

My day job is done mostly in our den off of our bedroom. (ok too much information) My second job, and the one I am hoping you are all interested in is done here in our large basement. I was … Continue reading

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Mark IV Female Tank

The Mark IV, delivered at the end of April 1917, was used successfully through the rest of 1917. It shouldered on through the war but was replaced over time by the newer Mark V and its various models. A total … Continue reading

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5” 1895 Howitzer

This piece of ordinance was useful in the Sudan and South Africa at the turn of the century. It is my conjecture that the pieces used by the Sharifian Army in Arabia came from stock found in Egypt. (As any … Continue reading

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General Delamain’s Force on the March

Green Fields Beyond is up and ready for business (ok almost). Product pages still need to be loaded but here are some of our Imperial forces marching into history. Most troops will be 15mm from a number of manufactures. General … Continue reading

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Lawrence of Arabia

Who does not love the beautiful vistas in David Lean’s Lawrence of Arabia? If there is one thing that started my interest in this period is this film and how they portrayed the desert in it. The Desert was the … Continue reading

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Welcome to Green Fields Beyond

I remember seeing the game of the same name by SPI. At the time I was not interested in WWI. What a difference 30+ years make. Green Fields Beyond is my blog for my company of the same name that … Continue reading

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