They are certainly a very chunky '20mm', and, in fact, measure 25mm. I am still in two minds about them, although I do like the running and crouching chap on the left here, and it is interesting to see that Captain Haddock appears to have served on land and with the French, not the Belgian army in the Great War. The tank in the background is a very fine resin 1/76 Schneider, and the reason that it is a head on view is that I've painted it thus:
One of a handful of the lumbering beasts that were knocking about at the start of the Spanish Civil War. There is a well-known photo of the tail end of one, with the fancy Red Flag and 'JSU', during the siege of the Alcazar, so here it is with some 20mm (real 20mm by Irregular) militia.
Still on the Iberian Peninsular, here are my stove pipes finished as per the botched new painting approach: