The Polish company D-Day Miniature Studio, engaged in the manufacture of toy figures of military personnel from various countries, has released a new series entitled "The Red Storm over Europe. Rear Soviet Troops in 1944-1946". Soviet soldiers in the series are represented by marauders.
The series includes four figurines of soldiers of the Soviet army, made on a scale of 1:35. Polish artist Pavel Krasicki depicted them as marauders. Each figurine has its own name: "Time Collector" (soldier with a clock), "Thirsty" (drinks from a bottle), "Fashion Designer" (in a vest and ties) and "Art Connoisseur" (carries a cart with paintings).
On the official page of the D-Day Miniature Studio studio, this series was published under the motto: "Tips are coming!" Thus, these miniatures reflect the main idea of modern Poland, that the Soviet army did not liberate the country from the Nazis, but simply plundered it.
Meanwhile, the company also offers other figurines, including the 1939-1945 German army. It is noted that among the figures of the SS there is not a single one that would be engaged in robberies, murders, etc. All German soldiers are shown simply as warriors.
Note that after the announcement of this series, a lot of negative comments appeared on the company's official page in social networks, including from the Poles.