I've written elsewhere about the Milice Francaise, so I will say no more except that I have a few copies of my booklet on the force still available (see the column on the right). Just e-mail or leave a comment, and I'll send a copy.
These chaps are painted up as Franc-Garde non-permanente.
Meanwhile on the Jugoslav-Italian border (note the door frame - typical of rural Slovenia), one of Tito's finest is also creeping around:
My lad can certainly paint. It was those orcs I bought him in 1992 that did the trick.
But who were the Milice creeping after? Oh yes:
FFI doing some creeping of their own. These chaps have, in fact, seen the dice roll, as I use them as Fifth Columnists in invasion of Britain 1940/1 games, where they appear as mad, world conspiracy theorists, or Communists (prior to the summer of '41, of course), or deluded Celtic nationalists.
Speaking of which, the bhoys are varnished and based, and, having avoided the Peelers and Tans, have popped into the bank on the way home: