WWII Star Wars Action Figures

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Action figure customizer extraordinaire Sillof is at it again, following up his Steampunk Star Wars collection with a World War II themed line of figurines. Choice pieces include Han Solo in a bomber jacket, holding a German Mauser (which incidentally was the base for the prop used in the Star Wars movies) and a gorgeous rendition of a Stormtrooper, outfitted in armor and burlap. The gallery is below. [Raving Toy Mania]

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@GOKOR:

With respect to your grandfathers and the several other "old people", saying that the entirety of the German army wasn't Nazi during the rule of the Nazi party is misleading. After the rearmament of German forces, Wehrmacht pretty much was all Nazi after Hitler took dictatorship. This is basic high school history.

If there were some who didn't agree with Nazi ideals and the policies in place, then sure - I'd grant that they weren't Nazis. However, undoubtedly - for the most part - the entire German Wehrmacht under Hitler was unquestionably a Nazi force.

I'm sure the US has quite a few men and women serving in their armed forces who have opposing political views than the government they serve. This does not make the US military any less a democratic republic.