Depicted here with an assortment of weapons, including the Bren Light Machine Gun and the Projector Infantry Anti-Tank (PIAT), these British Army Troops are as they would have appeared across occupied Europe, fighting to liberate France, Holland and Belgium. Contains 48 unpainted pieces.
The Gurka regiments are unique to the British Army and their loyalty is unquestionable. Many of these brave solders have won the gallantry award for their actions across the globe. Fourteen unpainted figures. Paint will adhere best if figures are first washed with a mild detergent solution and dried thoroughly.
The US infantry regiment of World War II was a powerful flexible organization wand was the core of the infantry divisions. During the Battle of the Bulge in late 1944 the infantry suffered high casualties but managed to turn back the final pushing by the German army.
Accurately modelled on the Japanese Army in the Pacific, this set of figures inludes, officers brandishing swords, a bugler and infantry men with rifles, sub-machine guns and grenades. Fourteen unpainted figures. Paint will adhere best if figures are first washed with a mild detergent solution and dried thoroughly.
Use in conjunction with the standard WWII British Infantry this set comes with support troops and equipment as used in the battlefields of WWII. A04710 Model Figures 17 Unpainted Figures 58 Unpainted Accessory Pieces 58 Unpainted Accessory Pieces
In the mountainous regions such as Norway and the Alps, the German Army became very adept at fighting using these specialist units, trained to be proficient on skis and use of other winter and mountain equipment. Mountain troops in the German army were armed with lighter weapons but carried more ammunition for manoeuvrability and sustainability.
In the early stages of WWII the standard German infantry unifor worn consistsed of the field jacket trousers tucked into black leather jackboots and the characteristically shpped helmet. In the field soldiers carried equipment including gas mask case kit bag shovel canteen and ammunition pouch. Includes 14 Unpainted Figures
These three uniformed figures conjure up just what not only London represents, but also the whole of Great Britain. With the excitement of both the London 2012 Olympics and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee the same year, these are a fantastic way to remember what is to be an unforgettable year for the country. Of course just like the rest of the range, they’re just great fun and extremely rewarding to build and paint!
The early German victories in WWII using paratroops spurred the creation of the US airborne program, and a fifty-man test platoon was formed on 25th June 1940. Number of Parts 48, Requires Painting Yes Model Scale 1:72