As a result Gilder obtained a copy of the newly published book called Wargames by the late great Donald Featherstone.The rest was history, as they say.
Gilder began buying, converting and painting the boxes of Airfix toy soldiers that had emerged in the early 1960's.
This was to be a very short collaboration for Gilder and Alberken who parted company in August 1965.One gets the impression that Peter Gilder could be a difficult person to deal with.
Peter Gilder was to be hired? by Frank Hinchliffe and commissioned to produce wargames figures and help promote the new business venture. He would be seen at the few wargames shows that had begun to appear across the country and most importnatly his terrain and figures would invariably feature in the wargames books that had begun to be published regularly.
Below is an interview with Donald Featherstone written for the Battle Magazine in March 1978.