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Most of us who grew up between the 50's and the 80's would consider the little, green plastic Marx toy soldier to be one of the most ubiquitous toys, ever.
First Legion WWII Toy Soldiers the Battle of Normandy
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Those little green toy soldiers tend to evoke a sense of nostalgia for a bygone era, one that predates expensive video game systems and remote-controlled gadgets. Anyone looking to revisit that time, then, might well consider making a toy soldier costume, whether it’s for them or their children.
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Very limited production 1/32nd scale plastic figures.
I pensieri sui soldati ci indicano che la carriera militare a volte non è una scelta desiderata, ma solo la conseguenza di una decisione altrui o di una necessità obbligata: andare in guerra perché l'hanno voluto altri.
This group of toy soldiers are among the eight toy soldiers released by Marx in 1961, following the launch of the film Babes in Toyland. These molded plastic figures are hand painted. This is the larger of the two sizes of soldiers released; they're 3 inches tall (7.7 cm).
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Classic Toy Soldiers, Inc. WWII CTS926A Giant Battleground Europe Playset in 1:32 scale plastic toy soldier.
Among the most strictly enforced consumer-protection laws are those banning lead in toys. Lead is an insidious poison: It’s slow-acting and results not in immediately noticeable effects like rashes but in behavioral problems and a slightly lowered IQ. Even a very small amount of it is harmful. Yet a few decades ago, a lot of the most popular playthings were made from solid lead, including tin soldiers.
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