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Sunday, March 18, 2007

15mm RAJAH BROOKE IN BORNEO (Designed by Chris Ferree)

Through the mid part of the 19th century, the area between Singapore and
Canton was a virtual "No-Man's Land" for free trade. In the South China Sea,
pirates could come from any direction. They came from China, the Philippines
and Borneo, ready to swoop in and devour any unsuspecting or disabled
merchantman. The task of protecting European interests in the area fell to men
like Capt. Henry Keppel of H.M.S Dido, Capt. Rodney Mundy of H.M.S. Iris, and
the most famous of all, the "White Rajah of Sarawak," James Brooke. It was
their job to penetrate the dark jungle rivers and the uncharted reefs and bays to
strike against the headhunting Dayak, the battle-crazed Illunan and the calculating
Chinaman.


Copied from the Introduction to the new rule set The Kris and The Flame by
Chris Ferree


This can be found at THE LONDON WAR ROOM:


http://www.thelondonwarroom.com/Default.htm

Great people to do business with! I've bought the entire line....
they were to nice to pass up!

1 comment:

Bill said...

They are nice looking miniatures!A bit outside the time period but usable none the less.