This is a fantastic build, and also depicts a very intense scene in history. Really well put together, it has a nice clustered feel, while maintaining clean build designs, looks great! Congrats on MotD, the only issue I have though, is the use of flesh and yellow minifigs.
Very cool! I'm pleased you included the Soviets in this MOC, because very few people know that Germany AND the Soviet Union invaded Poland. As for the MOC itself, it's fabulous! I especially like the way you made the blown out roof, with the sloped pieces and all:)
Like most of your MOCs, this dio is executed with absolute attention to every detail. Every element has been built with care and skill beyond what one sees on a day to day basis. The choice of theme and the elements of the narrative reflect your passion on the subject. Refreshing and powerful work. I note that your soviets have their Commissar with them. Excellent detail. Attack!
Fantastic creation! I love the historical accuracy, detail, and effort put into it!
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I love it! There is just so much chaos going on here! You picked an interesting way to make a baby, especialy the blanket it was wrapped in! The outhouse was a nice feature, and I can see the glee on the soviet commanders' faces as they come in on the villagers. That is a very interesting and effective way of making the tree. As always, five bricks! =)
Dude, this deserves at least 100 I Like Its, especially if Sayomi Kobayashi's "Me In Lego" has 179! Its just a minifig and this is so detailed, oh yeah and how you made the baby was a genius idea. Im not trying to offend her with that first comment, just in case that upset any of you.