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John Jenkins Collection

John Jenkins Collectors Club

The Collectors' club is an opportunity for the collectors of John Jenkins Figures to purchase special sets which will be only available to Members.

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Wars of the Roses 1455-1487 - Updated July 19, 2017

The Wars of the Roses were a series of dynastic wars for the throne of England. They were fought between supporters of two rival branches of the royal House of Plantagenet, the houses of Lancaster and York. They were fought in several sporadic episodes between 1455 and 1487, although there was related fighting before and after this period. The conflict resulted from social and financial troubles that followed the Hundred Years' War, combined with the mental infirmity and weak rule of Henry VI, which revived interest in the alternative claim to the throne of Richard, Duke of York.

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Battle of Monongahela, 1755 - Updated May 24, 2017

Also known as Braddock's Defeat. On 9th July 1755 amid the wilderness of North America, Britain suffered one of the most humiliating defeats in her history.

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Battle of Bushy Run - Updated July 19, 2017

The Battle of Bushy Run was fought on August 5-6, 1763, in western Pennsylvania, between a British column under the command of Colonel Henry Bouquet and a combined force of Delaware, Shawnee, Mingo, and Huron warriors. This action occurred during Pontiac's Rebellion. Though the British suffered serious losses, they routed the Native American Tribesmen and successfully relieved the garrison of Fort Pitt.

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Battle of the Plains of Abraham

The Battle of the Plains of Abraham, September 13, 1759. This was the pivotal battle in the North American theatre of the Seven Years' War, known in the United States as the French and Indian War. The confrontation between elements of the British Army, Royal Navy and the French Army was fought on a plateau just outside and to the west of the walls of Quebec City, the capital of New France, on the land of Abraham Martin dit L'cossais.

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Battle on Snowshoes

On March 13th 1758 a small battle took place in the wilderness of north America. The men on the British side were primarily native born settlers from New England led by Robert Rogers, and on the French side native born Canadians and their native Indian allies of New France led by the French partisan Langy. It was to be a clear cut victory for the French and Indians and resulted in the almost total annihilation of the best of the newly formed English Rangers. Only darkness was to save Rogers and the remnants of his force.

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Battle of Fort Carillon, Ticonderoga fought on July 8, 1758

In the battle, which took place primarily on a rise about three-quarters of a mile (one km) from the fort itself, a French army of about 4,000 men under General Louis-Joseph de Montcalm and the Chevalier de Levis decisively defeated an overwhelmingly numerically superior force of British troops under General James Abercrombie, which frontally assaulted an entrenched French position without using field artillery.

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Raid on Saint Francis, 1759 - Updated June 2, 2017

Of all the episodes embraced within Robert Rogers chequered career, none gained him greater fame than his 1759 raid upon the Abenaki village of St. Francis. It could be said to be the most incredible feat of the French and Indian War.

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Provincial Regiments 1759 - Updated July 19, 2017

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French Militia 1759 - Updated April 22, 2017!

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Battle of Leuthen 1757 - Seven Years War

The Battle of Leuthen, fought on 5 December 1757, Frederick the Great's Prussian army used maneuver and terrain to decisively defeat a much larger Austrian army under Charles of Lorraine, thus ensuring Prussian control of Silesia during the Seven Years' War. Of all of his battles, none shows Frederick's military abilities more than the Battle of Leuthen . His leadership before and throughout the battle show his capabilities as a military commander. The Battle of Leuthen can truly be considered to be Frederick's masterpiece.

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Jacobite Rebellion 1745 - Updated July 19, 2017

New series featuring the Rising in 1745 of the Highland Clans led by the "Pretender" Bonnie Prince Charles, leading to the famous Battle at Culloden on 16 April, 1746.  Where the Highlanders seemingly suicidal Highland sword charge against the cannon and muskets of the government forces consisting of British and Scottish regulars and Campbell Militia.

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Peninsular War 1807-1814 - Updated April 22, 2017!

The Peninsular War series will start with the Spanish Guerillas, who could be called the "Woodland Indians" of the Napoleonic period, which seemed a suitable place for me to begin. During the Napoleonic Wars, Napoleon's occupation of the Iberian Peninsula prompted one of the greatest outbreaks of unconventional warfare in military history. In July 1807, Napoleon invaded the Iberian Peninsula. Napoleon calculated that such a military operation would be relatively easy due to perceived Spanish weakness and inept leadership. If successful, Napoleon could exploit Spain's resources and expand his Continental System, denying the British another important trading partner.

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Battle of Chippewa - War of 1812

The War of 1812 better known as the American War of 1812 in the UK to distinguish it from the war with Napoleon I of France that occurred in the same year, it was a very busy year! It was fought between the USA and Great Britain and its colonies and involved Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, Bermuda and Newfoundland. The war was fought from 1812 to 1815 on both land and sea. By the end of the war, 1,600 British and 2,260 American troops had died. In the new series we feature the Battle of Chippewa July 15, 1814 which was a victory for the American army during an invasion of Upper Canada along the Niagara River. It was the first victory for American soldiers against an equal British force in the field.

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American Civil War, 1861 - 1865

New series based on and around the American Civil War.

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Gordon at Khartoum, 1885

New series based on the painting by George William Joy, an Irish painter born in 1844. He was probably best known for his painting of the death of General Charles Gordon, a British national hero and icon, who died defending Khartoum against the Mahdi. (painted in 1885 and currently on display in the Leeds City Art Gallery).

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First Sudan War 1884 - 1885

The Gordon Highlanders were one of the British Army's most celebrated regiments. It was the local regiment of the North East of Scotland, was first raised in 1794 by the Duke of Gordon, who was assisted by the Duchess of Gordon.

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Knights Of The Skies - WWI - Updated June 2, 2017

The Aces were the top pilots of each nation who had downed at least 5 enemy aircraft during aerial combat. The governments promoted them to raise morale, civilians adored them for their courage, and skill, and the press were to memorialize them as "Knights Of The Skies". Aces presented a vision of war based on past virtues like chivalry and decorum.

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Great War 1918 - Updated July 19, 2017

New Series featuring releases for the Great War 1918.

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Flight Stands For John Jenkins WWI Aircraft

These stands have been developed to be used with certain jjD aircraft.

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Spanish Civil War - 1936

In 1936 many will argue this was the beginning of World War II. The German Condor Legion was the expeditionary force of soldiers and airmen sent by Hitler to aid Franco's Nationalists in the Spanish Civil War. The Germans used the war as an opportunity to develop equipment and tactics, and their force included not only instructors, but also combat units of artillery, aircraft, and tanks. These units tested guns, planes and tanks, and perfected techniques that were used in the 1940 Blitzkreig.

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JJD Aircraft Collection

Adding to the growing collection of JJD planes will be a small series of aircraft from other periods. The first of which will be the ME109E-3 of Josef "Pips" Priller

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Inter-War Aviation Collection

The Interwar Aviation series covers aircraft that were developed and used between World War 1 and World War 2, and was known as the “Golden Age of Aviation.”

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JJ WWII Collection

New additions for WWII Collectors.

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Speedbirds

The new "Speedbird Collection", will cover pre-second world war racing planes. Please note the Float Planes will be in a new scale of 1/35.

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THE TOWN OF OLD YANGSHUO, 1899

Yangshuo is a popular tourist county and city near Guilin, Guangxi. The town is surrounded by mountains, winding rivers and beautiful scenery.

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