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HaT have made some excellent sets for the Sudan conflict.
Indeed, with a supplement of some of the Waterloo1815 sets, you can, just, cover the conflict.
The biggest gaps are to be found in the dearth of Mahdist cavalry & baggage camels.
I know the constant refrain from HaT customers for this set & that set must be annoying but I would ask HaT to consider these sets.
If HaT wanted to add to this, I would further suggest the next step would be British Colonial infantry (to mirror their excellent Colonial Highlanders) and more Dervish & Ansar warriors.
Agreed these would be very useful sets. HäT should really also consider making
Egyptian Artillery and Infantry for Tel-el-Kebir and the early part of the Sudan war. The Egyptian set from W1815
is for the 1890`s with the new style uniform quite different from the old all white uniform of the early 1880's.
More Dervishes - perhaps a command set -would be great and lets hope the long awaited Baggage camels make their appearance soon.
British with neck curtains in the style of the Zulu War British.
Egyptians in White uniform with double ammo pouches and some accessory backpacks nice and simple like the movie "Khartoum."
The Camel Baggage set already ready.
More Dervishes and Fuzzy Wuzzys in the tradition of "The Four Feathers"
I'd like everything you make, but especially the British in neck curtains to stand in those firing lines like the movie "Young Winston."
Thank you for listening!