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AUSTRALIAN – Commonwealth Forces – Australian Infantry I (Pacific Theatre)

4 MINIATURES UNPAINTED PACIFIC THEATRE AUSTRALIAN INFANTRY –

 

 

 

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AUSTRALIAN MILITARY COMMAND (NEW GUINEA THEATRE) WARTIME MINIATURES

3 individual figures including 2 Officers and 1 field telephone operator. Suitable for Kokoda as well as other operational threatres.Figures supplied unpainted 

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AUSTRALIAN MILITIA 3″ MORTAR AND CREW (NEW GUINEA THEATRE)

3″ Mortar and Crew

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AUSTRALIAN MILITIA EARLY AIF LIGHT MORTAR

Australian Made Wartime Miniatures Light Mortar team for use as Militia or AIF in the Early Pacific Campaigns

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AUSTRALIAN MILITIA FORWARD OBSERVATION TEAM (NEW GUINEA THEATRE)

2 Man FO Team- Officer and Signaller for calling in Artillery, Mortar ,Air or Naval Gun Fire Support

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AUSTRALIAN MILITIA MEDIC PACK

Early Pacific Theatre Militia Walking wounded, Medic and Fuzzy Wuzzy Angel

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AUSTRALIAN MILLITIA/EARLY AIF VICKERS MG TEAM

Australian made product by Wartime Miniatures for use in the Early Pacific Theatre Campaigns fought by AIF and Militia Units

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AUSTRALIAN-AUSTRALIAN BOYES ATR TEAM + DIGGERS WITH STICKY BOMBS(NEW GUINEA THEATRE)

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AUSTRALIAN-AUSTRALIAN BREN GUN TEAMS (NEW GUINEA THEATRE)

2 x Bren Gun Teams (1 standing, 1 kneeling), in Khaki Drill and Slouch Hats.

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AUSTRALIAN-AUSTRALIAN INFANTRY WITH RIFLES (NEW GUINEA THEATRE)

3 Australian infantry figures in Khaki Drill and with rifles.

Suitable for Australian Militia as well as Australian forces for other pacific threatres as well as the Middle East.

 

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AUSTRALIAN-AUSTRALIAN MILITIA LEWIS GUN TEAM (NEW GUINEA THEATRE)

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AUSTRALIAN-AUSTRALIAN MILITIA PLATOON PACK (EARLY KOKODA)

Platoon Pack will consist of:

1 x AMF01 Australian Military Command (2 x officers, 1 x Field Telephone)

3 x AMF02 Australian Militia with Rifles (4 x figures in mixed dress)

3 x AMF03 Australian Infantry with Rifle (3 x figures in Khaki Drill)

3 x AMF04 Australian Militia Lewis Gun Team (2 figures – Lewis Gunner + No2)

1 x AMF05 Australian NCO’s/Leaders (3 x figures in Khaki Drill with Thompson SMG)

33 figures in total

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AUSTRALIAN-AUSTRALIAN MILITIA WITH RIFLES (NEW GUINEA THEATRE)

Pack of 4 individual figures with rifles. Mix of clothes and equipment.

May be suitable for other threatres.

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AUSTRALIAN-AUSTRALIAN MILITIA/EARLY AIF NCO’S/LEADERS WITH THOMPSON SMG (NEW GUINEA THEATRE)

3 x figures in Khaki Drill, Slouch Hats and armed with Thompson SMG with Drum Mag.

 

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AUSTRALIAN-Commonwealth Forces – Australian Infantry II (Pacific Theatre)

4 MINIATURES UNPAINTED PACIFIC THEATRE AUSTRALIAN INFANTRY

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Bolt Action – Baron Nishi (Imperial Japanese officer on horse)-ordered on demand

Baron Nishi (Imperial Japanese officer on horse)

Baron Takeichi Nishi was a Gold medallist in show jumping at the 1932 Olympics, as well as being an officer in the Japanese army who commanded the 26th Tank Regiment in the battle for Iwo Jima.

The model comes with a second head, so you can assemble him as a striking Japanese Officer.

Pack contains 1 metal mounted figure and 1 metal horse.

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Bolt Action – Defenders of France Boxed Set

Bolt Action French – Defenders of France Boxed Set

Although much has been written of the German armoured forces and the defeat of the British at Dunkirk in the dark days of 1940, much too little has been written about the gallant stands made by the French army.

The French started World War II as the most powerful army in the world. Well equipped, with good tanks and artillery, the infantry divisions were numerous and confident of fighting off the hated Boche as they had been twenty two years before. This was not the same war and the French infantryman found himself all too often fighting off German armoured units which had outmanoeuvred them with ease.

Their weapons were adequate, but only just, and it was for the honour of France and their regiment that so many Frenchmen dug in and fought it out against a more scientific and deadly foe. By the time of the cease fire they had killed 27,000 Germans but had suffered appalling losses of nearly 100,000 dead and 250,000 wounded. It was a big price to pay and Frenchmen went on to fight against the Allies with Vichy France, ensuring admiration and loathing in equal measure.

Warlord Games’ tough infantry are equipped as a standard squad with command and support weapons attached…

Defenders of France contains:

Command: 1 Officer with pistol, 1 Sergeant with rifle, 1 Corporal with rifle grenade launcher and 2 soldiers with carbines

12 man section: Sergeant with rifle, Corporal with rifle, 2-man Hotchkiss LMG team, 7 riflemen and 1 soldiers with rifle grenade launchers

81mm mortar and 3 crew

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Bolt Action – French 75mm light artillery

Bolt Action French – 75mm light artillery

The famous seventy five millimetre gun of the Great War served France and other countries well in the Second World War too. Used extensively throughout the war this model was reliable and could take on bombardments or anti tank duties.

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Bolt Action – French Army 81mm medium mortar team

Bolt Action French – French Army 81mm medium mortar team

This pack is a great support choice, the Brandt 81mm mortar. Just prior to the war, the French army could field 2000 British 3”mortars, but it was of a metric calibre of 81mm. By the outbreak of war, French regiments could put out 9 x 60mm mortars and 8 x 81mm mortars, totalling 8000 in total. Mortars can put down short savage barrages that were justly feared by infantry on all sides. Gamers tip; one mortar is never enough….

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Bolt Action – French Army MMG team

Bolt Action French – French Army MMG team

The classic Hotchkiss medium machine gun had served France well in the Great war, and went on again, as did the Vickers in the British army to give solid reliable firepower to companies in defence and supporting fire on the advance. Rugged, slow firing but dependable , it was a good enough weapon for the Great war, but was showing its age, particularly against the German weaponry of 1940.

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Bolt Action – French Renault R35 Tank

Designed in 1933 and produced from 1936, the Renault R35 was intended as a light infantry support tank, equipping autonomous tank battalions, that would be allocated to individual infantry divisions to assist them in executing offensive operations. It was relatively well-armoured but slow and lacking a good antitank-capacity, fitted with a short 37 mm gun.

At the outbreak of the war, the anti-tank role was more emphasized leading to the development and eventual production from April 1940 of a subtype with a more powerful longer gun, the Renault R40. It was planned to shift new production capacity to the manufacture of other, faster, types, but due to the defeat of France the R35/40 remained the most numerous French tank of the war, about 1685 vehicles having been produced in June 1940.

R35’s were also exported to Poland, Romania, Turkey and Yugoslavia. The Germans and their allies would also use captured vehicles.

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Bolt Action – French Squad (10)

For all the glamour and so called ferocity of the German armoured troops, it was troops like these,the brave French infantryman who faced up to them and inflicted upwards of 140 000 casualties on the invading German columns in 1940.Their uniforms were dated , though practical, and indeed in 1939 it was deemed the strongest army in the world.The infantry division had 17000 men and 500 officers , made up of three regiments , a regiment composing 3000 men and 80 officers.

Each battalion was made up of 3 companies of four officers and 190 men,the company divided into a HQ section with a 60mm mortar and four platoons each of three sections, and a heavy weapons company of 4 officers and 190 men with 16 machine guns , two 25mm a/t guns and two 81mm mortars.

Riflemen were equipped broadly with the MAS 36 rifle, a sound and accurate design with a 5 round mag. Section support was given by the reliable if pedestrian FM24/29 light machine gun , the assistant gunner armed with pistol only. A few mAS38 sub machine guns were delivered late on as were a few Thompson guns , but all were uncommon.

These men dug in and fought hard against the German forces and stopped the Italians in their tracks,thousands of them evading capture and making it to England to carry on the battle for France.Many , it has to be said ,also fought against the British,Americans and Free French as the Vichy forces defended the French Empire fiercely from Allied designs.

The section comprises an NCO with rifle, 1 with VB launcher, 2-man LMG team and 6 riflemen

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Bolt Action – German Hetzer Tank Hunter -ordered on demand

Bolt Action – German Hetzer Tank Hunter

Resin and Metal model of the Sdkfz 138/2 ‘Hetzer’ tank destroyer.

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Bolt Action – German Sdkfz 250/1 Neu -ordered on demand

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Bolt Action – German Stug III ausf -ordered on demand

Bolt Action German – Stug III ausf G

The Sturmgeschutz assault gun was based on the Panzer III Chassis. It saw service at the start of the war. Throughout the war it was up-armed and up-gunned and became the standard German Army Assault Gun. It fought on all battlegrounds and fronts.

By the end of the War it had confirmed itself as the principle tank killer of the German army. There were a few variants produced, this is the deadly 75mm cannon.

This contains 1x Stug III ausf G

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Bolt Action – Imperial Japanese 81mm Mortar-ordered on demand

Bolt Action – Japanese 81mm Mortar

Pack contains 1 metal mortar and 3 metal crew figures.

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Bolt Action – Imperial Japanese Army infantry squad (summer dress)-ordered on demand

Imperial Japanese Army infantry squad (summer dress)

NCO with rifle. 7 riflemen. 2-man LMG team. Banner sheet

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Bolt Action – Imperial Japanese Army Plastic Boxed Set-ordered on demand

Bolt Action – Imperial Japanese infantry plastic boxed set

Thought of as invincible by the Allied forces in the early stages of World War II, the Japanese soldier was a brave, disciplined, often fanatical, warrior who fought to the death – sometimes against overwhelming odds. Conquering all before them and carving out a vast Empire during the opening stages of the war the Imperial Japanese Army were truly a force to be reckoned with.

This plastic box set contains enough parts to make 30 plastic Japanese infantry armed with:

Arisaka rifle
Light ‘knee’ mortar
Hand grenades
Type 99 Light machine gun (and bayonet!)
Type 14 Nambu pistol
Flag pole
NCO’s Shin Gunto sword
Anti-tank lunge mine
Arisaka rifle with bayonet
Type 100 sub-machine gun

Plus lots of accessories including a bugle and full-colour devotional banner and flag sheet!

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Bolt Action – Imperial Japanese FOO team-ordered on demand

Imperial Japanese FOO team

Pack consists of 3 foot figures

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Bolt Action – Imperial Japanese HQ-ordered on demand

Bolt Action – Imperial Japanese HQ

2 Officers, 1 Spotter, 1 Kempei-Tai, 1 Medic

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Bolt Action – Imperial Japanese MMG team-ordered on demand

Imperial Japanese MMG team

1 gun and 3 crew

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Bolt Action – Imperial Japanese tank hunters-ordered on demand

Imperial Japanese tank hunters

Pack consists of 4 foot figures

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Bolt Action – Imperial Japanese Type 92 70mm Infantry Gun-ordered on demand

Bolt Action – Japanese Type 92 70mm Infantry Gun

Lending more punch to the armies of the Emperor, the Type 92 is easily recognisable with it’s sliding shield and stub-nosed gun. Add it to your Imperial army here.

Pack contains 1 metal gun and 3 metal foot figures

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Bolt Action – Imperial Japanese Type 97 Chi-Ha tank-ordered on demand

The Chi Ha tank was one of the most heavily produced Japanese tanks used in World War 2 with over 2,000 units being made.

It was armed with a 57mm gun and would fight in an infantry support role.

These light tanks were used with dash and daring and surprised the British by appearing in areas where they did not believe tanks could be used, the wet jungle proving no obstacle to them.

Resin and metal model, supplied unpainted and unassembled

 

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Bolt Action – Italian Army 47mm Elefantino anti-tank gun-ordered on demand

Bolt Action – Italian Army 47mm Elefantino anti-tank gun

Pack contains 1 metal gun and 3 metal crew figures. Crew are provided with helmeted and sun hat heads.

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All the miniatures are metal and supplied unpainted.

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Bolt Action – Italian Army 81mm mortar-ordered on demand

Bolt Action – Italian Army 81mm mortar

Pack contains 1 metal gun and 3 metal foot figures

All the miniatures are metal and supplied unpainted.

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Bolt Action – Italian Army Breda MMG-ordered on demand

Bolt Action – Italian Army Breda MMG

Pack contains 1 metal gun and 3 metal foot figures
All the miniatures are metal and supplied unpainted.

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Bolt Action – Italian Army HQ-ordered on demand

Bolt Action – Italian Army HQ

Pack contains 4 metal foot figures
All the miniatures are metal and supplied unpainted.

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Bolt Action – Italian Army squad-ordered on demand

Bolt Action – Italian Infantry

The average Italian infantrymen were conscripts with little enthusiasm for Fascist expansionism. However, they found themselves fighting hard in many theatres of World War II, far from home, and in extreme climates.

The Italian Army’s equipment was somewhat outdated, if reliable, and the officer class were often careless with their men’s conditions. Despite all of this, the Italian infantry fought very hard at times, and when in prepared positions, famously difficult to oust.

The squad used fire and manoeuvre tactics with the Breda light machine gun being the section’s main firepower.

Avanti Savoia!

Boxed set containing 10 metal infantry with both Sun-hat and helmeted head options

All the miniatures are metal and supplied unpainted.

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Bolt Action – Italian Autoblinda AB41 Armoured Car-ordered on demand

Bolt Action – Italian Autoblinda AB41 Armoured Car
All the miniatures are metal and supplied unpainted.

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Bolt Action – Italian Bersaglieri boxed set-ordered on demand

Bolt Action Italian – Italian Bersaglieri boxed set

Italian Bersaglieri contains the following metal miniatures:

1 officer and 2 attendant riflemen.
12-man squad: NCO with submachine gun or carbine, 2 Breda light machine gun teams, and 7 riflemen.
3-man Breda medium machine gun team.
2-man Brixia light mortar team.

All of the above miniatures are supplied with sun helmets sporting the trademark black feathers of the Bersaglieri. These figures are perfect for fighting battles set in the Western Desert and Tunisia.

The Bersaglieri have a long and fine tradition in the Italian army. Formed in 1836, they are an elite unit of infantry and famed for their skill in small arms – Bersaglieri meaning marksman in Italian. They recruited only the fittest and best men into their ranks, and they were renowned, even today, for their marching abilities and swiftness of deployment. This elite Corps show off their prowess by wearing a startling bunch of black capercaillie feathers in their hats and helmets!

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Bolt Action – Italian M13/40 light tank-ordered on demand

Bolt Action Italian – Italian M13/40 light tank

The M13/40 series was Italy’s most-produced tank of the war, it was a conventional light tank of the early war period, similar in capability to other Vickers-derived designs such as the Polish 7TP and Soviet T-26.

Having a 47mm long barrelled gun made it more than a match for the British tanks of 1940-41. In April 1941, at the time of the arrival of the Afrika Korps, the Italians had a good number of M13 in first-line service.

Pack contains 1 metal and resin vehicle.

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Bolt Action – Italian Paratroops Boxed Set-ordered on demand

Italian Paratroops contains:
• Command: 2 Officers with Beretta SMG,1 NCO with Beretta SMG and 1 Radio Operator with rifle
• 10-man squad: 4 with Beretta SMGs, 2 with carbines or rifles and two 2-man Breda LMG teams
• 2-man Sniper team
• 45mm Brixia mortar and 4 crew
• 2-man Flamethrower team

All the miniatures are metal and supplied unpainted.

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Bolt Action – Polish Army infantry section-ordered on demand

Bolt Action – Polish Army infantry section – 10 PER PACK (image displays 12)

The Polish infantry section was a powerful fighting force, comprising of up to 19 men. The riflemen were equipped with Mauser bolt-action rifles and the squad support weapon was the well proven Polish-made Browning automatic rifle, or RKM WZ.28. This machine gun was adequate for most of its roles but would be overpowered by the shattering rate of fire of German MG34’s.

The Polish infantryman of our period was well trained and highly motivated, attacked as he was on two fronts in a dastardly move by two of the world’s most aggressive powers.

This pack contains a random assortment of 10 metal figures, supplied unpainted.

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Bolt Action – Polish HQ-ordered on demand

Bolt Action – Polish HQ

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Bolt Action – Polish Infantry Boxed Set-ordered on demand

Bolt Action Polish – Polish Infantry Boxed Set

The Polish army that fought and died so bravely in 1939 was large, well-officered and relatively well equipped. It fought hard, but was entirely outmanoeuvred by fast moving German armoured thrusts supported by all arms in a new dynamic style of war that a largely foot slogging army could not match. When the Russians stabbed them in the back, dividing Poland into two, it was all too much for an already over extended army short of armour and air support and the end was inevitable.

That being said there were many desperate actions fought where the Poles fought the invaders to a standstill, and the stolid infantry held their ground and their dashing cavalry caught the enemy napping.

This box contains 24 models with a classic rifle section and their accompanying Browning Automatic Rifle. To take control of the action we also include a command group with a young junior officer, NCO, runners and the Polish deadly anti-tank rifle.

Boxed set containing 24 metal miniatures

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Bolt Action – Puma Sd.Kfz 234/2 Armoured -ordered on demand

Bolt Action – Puma Sd.Kfz 234/2 Armoured Car

The Puma is, arguably, one of the best-looking armoured cars of WWII. A variant of the Sdkfz 234 it boasted a fully enclosed turret with a 5cm gun and thicker armour than other variants. Despite this additional armour the Puma was still capable of speeds greater than 50 miles per hour (that’s 85km) and saw use as a scout vehicle from 1943 onwards on both Eastern and Western fronts, as even the thickened armour didn’t offer much in the way of protection.

The fully enclosed turret of the Puma variant had a KwK 30 50mm gun.

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Bolt Action – Soviet Infantry plastic box set

Bolt Action – Soviet Infantry plastic box set

These are the men who fought ferociously to defend Mother Russia from the German invasion of 1941 through to the fall of Berlin in 1945. Simple peasant soldiers, they were taught to obey orders and do as they were told. Their life was hard and their battles probably unequalled in history for scale and suffering.

The Russian divisions grew from a disorganised mass to a fully capable and experienced force of modern infantry in just a few short years, a deadly weapon tempered in the cauldron of battle against the German invaders.

“Quantity has a quality of its own” said Joseph Stalin, alluding to the huge numbers of men he could put into the field. Well-equipped with simple, solid weaponry the Soviet soldier was a terror in attack and the very devil in defence as the legendary sieges of Leningrad and Stalingrad hold in stark testimony.

This box gives you a platoon of grim Russian infantry with a variety of equipment and weaponry. Assemble your men, fix bayonets, look to your front and don’t let the Commissar see you lag behind…

Soviet Infantry contains:
Enough plastic components to make 40 Soviet Union infantry miniatures. Includes a host of options to allow for different weapon configurations and command models.

Weapons included:
Moisin Nagant rifle (scoped, with bayonet and without), PTRD Anti-tank rifle, submachine guns (PPS-43 , PPSh-41 and PPD-40), Moisin Nagant carbine, DT-28 light machine gun, Tokarev semi-automatic rifle (and bayonet version), pistols and captured Panzerfaust!
Round plastic bases (25mm diameter).
Background leaflet.

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Bolt Action Imperial Japanese Army Veteran Squad-ordered on demand

Imperial Japanese Army veteran infantry squad

NCO with SMG. 7 riflemen. 2-man LMG team

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Bolt Action Polish Army Marksman, Anti-tank rifle and light mortar teams-ordered on demand

Bolt Action – Polish Army Marksman, Anti-tank rifle and light mortar teams

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British Cromwell and Centaur

Featuring an inspiring collection of images chosen by Ian Carter the curator of the Imperial War Museum’s Photographic Archive to tell the story of the British Army’s penultimate Cruiser tank.
– 70 black and white archive photographs
– Colour illustrations by Dennis Oliver
– Organisational charts and tables
– Unit histories

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BRITISH CROMWELL TANK ITALERI 1/56 SCALE KIT

The British had at the beginning of the Second World War in Europe the Churchill tank, heavily armored but very slow and unable to fight against most German tanks.

Very quickly after the start of production of the Churchill tank in 1940, the British decided to develop a new tank, this time more mobile. Thus was born the Cromwell tank and its production began in 1942.

Its 75 mm gun could not face the firepower of German tanks, however its mobility and its speed were significantly bigger. But this increase of mobility automatically decreased the size of the shielding, which made the Cromwell tank more vulnerable, despite its speed.

As with the American tank hunter M10 Destroyer, the Cromwell Mk IV tank model had always to have the initiative in order to win the battle. Once the combat engaged, the Cromwell no longer rely on its mobility. Therefore, it is often engaged to support the actions of the infantry.

The Cromwell tank was present on the Mediterranean and north-west Europe battlefields, especially during the battle of Normandy and Operation Market-Garden in Holland.

NOTE-GLUE WILL BE REMOVED FROM BOX TO MET AUSTRALIA POST REGULATIONS ON FLAMMABLE ITEMS

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GERMAN 1/56 ITALERI TIGER I

When it was introduced, the Tiger was the most powerful tank in the world. The 88mm gun was extremely powerful and the heavy armor made it almost impervious to attack. Even though its fearsomeness was to grow to almost mythical proportions, its combat debut was less than impressive.

The first 4 Tigers to see combat were sent to the Leningrad area in August of 1942. Unfortunately they were deployed single file over swampy terrain and in their first day of combat all four were knocked out, although their armor was not penetrated. Three were later recovered. In spite of this bad start, Tiger tactics were soon developed and other units were quickly trained and equipped with the Tiger. By the end of 1942, Tiger formations had been deployed to Russia, Africa, and Italy. Training centers were established in both Germany and France and eventually Tigers would be in service with ten Heer heavy tank battalions, one training battalion, three SS heavy tank battalions, and the Grossdeutschland Panzer Grenadier Division . A few additional formations received limited numbers of Tigers.

The Tigers built an impressive record in Russia during 1943 and ’44. They destroyed tremendous amounts of enemy equipment and often just the sight of a Tiger would induce the Russian tankers to withdraw. They had similiar success in North Africa and Italy, creating a powerful psychological effect on Allied troops. On Feb. 1, 1943 the British captured a Tiger intact and subsequently performed exhaustive tests on it. To their dismay, they found the Tiger was indeed an excellent gun platform and extremely well protected from all but their biggest anti-tank guns.

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German Case Yellow: German Armour in the Invasion of France 1940

Firefly Collection No 5 – Case Yellow: German Armour in the Invasion of France 1940

ADH Publishing is proud to announce the fifth title in the Firefly collection series produced in collaboration with The Oliver Publishing Group. Packed with information, this book includes 13 pages of full colour artwork and we are very happy to welcome on board the exceptionally talented Laurent Le Cocq who, with Dennis Oliver, created the illustrations which depict almost 40 different early war vehicles including Pz I, Pz II, Pz III, Pz IV and Pz 38(t) tanks and self-propelled guns as well as the first StuGs to see action. There are also many black and white archive photographs, some taken from the author’s personal collection which have never before reproduced before. In addition there are campaign maps, tables of organisation, vehicle allocation charts and a breakdown of each Panzer division involved in the momentous event.

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German Fortress: German Armour In The Defence Of Sicily

Fortress: German Armour In The Defence Of Sicily, will also include –

– A detailed history of the units involved and their actions in Sicily by well known author and researcher Claude Gillono

– 13 pages of colour artwork by Dennis Oliver depicting over 30 different vehicles and guns including half-tracks, assault guns, Pzkw III, Pzkw IV, Pzkw VI Tiger tanks and the deadly 88mm Flak gun

– Black and white archive photographs, many never before reproduced

– Campaign map

– Detailed tables showing vehicle types and allocations

– Illustrations of unit insignia and vehicle markings

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GERMAN PANZER III ITALERI 1/56 SCALE KIT

The Ausf. G was still equipped with the feeble 37 mm (1.46 in) KwK 38. Apart from the mantlet armor increase, there were almost no notable differences between this type and former Fs. 600 were built in all. Like the Ausf. E, F and the later H and J, they were all upgraded with a new 50 mm (1.97 in) KwK 38 L42 gun, prior to operation Barbarossa. This came after a long struggle with the Waffenamt, and added the requisite firepower to such a medium tank. For the first time, the Ausf. H (308 built) incorporated much-needed additional bolted armor on the frontal glacis, and the rear plates. These 30 mm (1.18 in) plates led to a total of 60 mm (2.36 in) of frontal protection. However, the sides were still 30 mm (1.18 in) thick, with the top measuring 10 mm (0.39 in) and the bottom only 5 mm (0.2 in), clearly the weakest part of these tanks. The top speed and range decreased because of the additional weight. The Ausf. I was never put in production. The next version, the Ausf.J, was a major upgrade produced in 1941 (482 units), with a lengthened hull and increased armor hull, 50 mm (1.97 in) for the frontal glacis. However, it was the late Ausf.J1 that was first equipped with the new KwK 39 L60, much more effective against Russian tanks. This late version was produced until mid-1942 in 1067 units, giving a total production for the Ausf.J of 1549, by far the most numerous variant of the Panzer III.

The Ausf.K was a command version of the J, but different from the former Befehlspanzer versions, as their armament was real. No more dummy guns were used. Production record is unknown. The Ausf.L of early 1942 was the designation of Ausf.J tanks re-equipped with the 50 mm (1.97 in) gun and receiving a further increase in armor protection, additional 20 mm (0.78 in) plates being fitted to the Ausf.J hull. With a total of 70 mm (2.76 in), the new version was able to cope with many antitank guns of the time, including the low velocity guns of both the early T-34 and Shermans. In all, 653 were converted until the last quarter of 1942. They served on all fronts, and were generally considered with respect by enemy crews.

During the fall of 1942, new projects came to completely renew the German armoured forces. These were a new generation tanks, the first of them being the Tiger, followed closely by the Panther, much closer to the modern idea of a perfect “main battle tank”. Considering this, the 1936 Panzer III was seen as obsolete, at least in its antitank role. However, Daimler Benz still found a way how to improve its old battle-hardened tank, They mounted a deep-wading exhaust, for river crossing capabilities on the Ausf. M (250 built until early 1943), and since the beginning, fitted with Schürzen (armoured skirts). In mid-1943 came the last version, the Ausf. N, with a short-barrel 75 mm (2.95 in) KwK 37 L/24 gun capable of firing, for the first time, HEAT projectiles. This tank was the perfect dual-purpose, versatile model, which inspired retrofitting of in earlier versions. Since new specialized tank-hunters and heavy battle tanks were available, the Panzer III was increasingly confined to an infantry support role.

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GERMAN PUMA ARMOURED CAR 1/56 SCALE ITALERI KIT

This new armoured car see as a successor to the eight-wheeled (8×8) Panzerspähwagen Sd Kfz 231. Among other priorities, a better protection and heavier armament were included. But this model also derived from an original specification from 1940 which asked for a tropicalized armoured car, and Tatra was charged of the design, while Büssing developed the body, and Daimler-Benz and Schichau were ordered to study a new turret. Three engines were tested, the third being tropicalized in the spring of 1942. However in june 1942, priorities changed and the final production machines had a more conventional air-cooled engine capable to survive great spans of temperature (extreme heat and cold), better suited to the Russian front.

The production vehicle was heavier and bulkier than the Sd Kfz 231, with mudguards that went along the complete side and four storage compartments were located inside. Because of the lack of resources to built the specified new turret, housing a 50 mm gun, the first serie was equipped with the Sd Kfz 222 Hängelafette 38 barbette instead. The engine was a Tatra air-cooled V12 diesel, with a Net HP of 220 @2,250 rpm, and a Power-to-weight ratio of 21 HP/ton. The Transmission was by Claw, with 6 forward and 6 reverse gears. Fuel capacity was 240 liters which for a consumption of 40 liters/100 km. Radios were a FuG Spr Ger “A”2 set, and FuG122 aerial. On the Puma, the main gun was a 50 mm KwK 39/1 L/60. The turret ha a manual traverse due to its small size, and a -10° to +20° depression/elevation. Smoke dischargers were often mounted on top. On trials, the Puma was found capable of fording 3 feet 11 in (1.2 m) deep, crossing a trench 4 ft 5 in (1.35 m) wide and climb a vertical obstacle of 1 feet 7.75 inches or 0.5 m.

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GERMAN Soldaten The German Soldier in World War 2. Volume 1. Holland

ADH Publishing, in collaboration with The Oliver Publishing Group, presents the eighth title in the Firefly Collection. Author and illustrator Dennis Oliver is joined in this title by renowned military artist Stephen Andrew to showcase the men and armoured vehicles that held the German lines in the Netherlands through 1944 and 1945.

Title number eight includes
– 13 pages of brilliantly rendered and painstakingly researched colour artwork by Dennis Oliver and guest artist Stephen Andrew
– Black and white period photographs sourced from the world’s major archives and private collections
– Background history
– Detailed orders of battle and tables of organisation
– Campaign maps and diagrams

Each book in this series is an invaluable resource for the modeller, military enthusiast and general reader.

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German Stug Assault Gun Units in the East: Bagration to Berlin. Vol II

Firefly Collection No 7 – Stug Assault Gun Units in the East: Bagration to Berlin. Vol II

ADH Publishing, in collaboration with The Oliver Publishing Group, is proud to announce a new series of books for the modeller, military enthusiast and general reader.
Each title will include
– Superbly rendered and meticulously researched colour profiles
– Black and white period photographs sourced from the world’s major archives and private collections
– Background history
– Detailed orders of battle and tables of organisation

The second and final part of STUG: Assault Gun Units In The East. In volume 1 we covered the independent StuG Battalions and the Panzerjaeger companies attached to Infantry divisions equipped with the StuG III and IV and in this book we examine the units of the Waffen SS, the Luftwaffe and the Panzer divisions – some of which contained mixed battalions of tanks and assault guns. We have also had the assistance of Professor Yuri Shepelev who has been able to access the photo resources of the St Petersburg State Archive.

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GERMAN STUG III ITALERI 1/56 SCALE

The Sturmartillerie Abteilung, or StuG battalion, comprised a headquarter and three Sturmbatteries, each with six vehicles (three platoons of two StuGs). Revised in 1942, this is raised to seven vehicles, the extra StuG being given to the battalion commander. The Sturmartillerie Abteilungs were independent and only under the High Command authority, but, in some cases, a provisional organic inclusion in Divisions was allowed for special tasks. However, these units were rarely put under the command of an artillery commander. Efficient communication had to be ensured to allow a rapid redeployment of the Abteilung in support of various units inside the Division.

The manual states that the firing positions must be chosen with care, and well camouflaged to hide them from ground, but also air observation. A warning is issued not split any platoons into smaller units in order to keep some amount of firepower, and only reserve this practice for exceptional short-duration support missions. Security missions, urban combat or night missions were also disapproved. It was recommended to gradually withdraw these platoons for refuelling and re-supply operations at the rear and, in any case, the vehicles had to be thoroughly serviced after 4/5 days of mission. Due to their lack of vision, close infantry cooperation was required to prevent any encounter with obstacles and mines. The rôle of infantry is especially crucial when dealing with possible side and rear enemy infantry attacks. The manual also strongly recommended surprise at any level of the engagement to ensure maximal lethality. Careful pre-positioning, camouflage, sufficient frontal arc of vision and firing without warning were all considered essential. Planning a safe retreat path, without obstacles to safely withdraw for refuelling and rearm is also noted. Smoke ammunition was to be used in this case and to blind the enemy flanking attacks. But, in the 1942 revision, the total allocated for smoke rounds was reduced to 10% of the total.

As breakthrough operations went, the Sturmartillerie Abteilungs only intervened after the breakthrough was done, but right after the first wave of battle tanks, and way before the arrival of tracked artillery and infantry. They were to secure the flanks, like the Panzer IV, of any anti-tank positions, and to prepare the terrain for infantry to follow, destroying fortified positions, especially concrete bunkers. Close cooperation with flame-thrower carrying assault engineers ensured maximal efficiency. It was recalled that only in the case of very close and very strong infantry support should these tanks be used in urban or forested areas.

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German STUG: Assault Gun Units In The East

ADH Publishing, in collaboration with The Oliver Publishing Group, is proud to announce a new series of books for the modeller, military enthusiast and general reader.

Each title will include

– Superbly rendered and meticulously researched colour profiles

– Black and white period photographs sourced from the world’s major archives and private collections

– Background history

– Detailed orders of battle and tables of organisation

The second title in this series, STUG: Assault Gun Units In The East, Bagration To Berlin, will be the first volume in a two part set and will also include –

– Histories of the German Army’s assault gun units, volume two will contain Waffen SS, Luftwaffe and obscure units

– Colour artwork by Dennis Oliver depicting over 40 different vehicles with details of unit markings and insignia

– Explanation of vehicle characteristics and production and field modifications

– Campaign maps and diagrams

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German Waffen SS -ordered on demand

Flammenwerfer! Infantry close range combat was always terrifying and deadly; it was deadlier still when flamethrowers were brought into play…Teams were carefully trained in their use. Most commonly formed from Engineer and Pioneer companies. They were brave men indeed as they had to close the range to perhaps 30 yards or less for their frightful weapons to take effect.

Mercifully, more often than not, the threat of the searing flame would bring about a surrender or flight from the enemy, but for those unwilling or unable to take flight, death would come hard.

Flamethrower teams therefore were priority targets for snipers, and certainly on the Russian front, the life of a captured flamethrower crew was measured in minutes, such was the horror they inflicted on their foe.

This set features the Warlord Games Figure Head System. This allows you to choose which heads to attach to your models allowing amazing variety and poseability.

This set contains a two man flame thrower team, a sniper and a spotter.

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German Waffen SS 10.5cm LEFH 18 Gun (1943-45)-ordered on demand

The 10.5cm leFH 18 Gun was a medium sized howitzer, of an early design (1920s-30s) that was used throughout the conflict on almost every theatre. In this version it is manned by the Waffen-SS. Uncompromising and well-equipped, the soldiers of the Waffen-SS struck fear into the heart of many of their Allied opponents. Clad in their trademark camouflaged uniforms and displaying a tenacity and zeal bordering on the fanatical the Waffen-SS were a dangerous opponent in both attack and defence. Contents: 1 10.5cm leFH 18 Gun 4 metal crew members metal pieces for detailing Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

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German Waffen SS 75mm PAK 40-ordered on demand

Bolt Action Waffen SS 75mm PAK 40
Uncompromising and well-equipped, the soldiers of the Waffen-SS struck fear into the heart of many of their Allied opponents. Clad in their trademark camouflaged uniforms and displaying a tenacity and zeal bordering on the fanatical the Waffen-SS were a dangerous opponent in both attack and defence.

This set contains a metal 75mm PAK 40 with four SS Crewmen.

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German Waffen SS 81mm Mortar Team-ordered on demand

SS 81mm Mortar Team – three crew and mortar

This features our innovative Figure Head – Optional Head System allowing a huge variety of modelling opportunities and the chance to make your models truly unique.

Model supplied unpainted

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German Waffen SS Combat Engineers & Goliath-ordered on demand

Bolt Action – Waffen SS Combat Engineers & Goliath

The Goliath was used by the German engineer units in a variety of roles. It was essentially a radio contolled tracked bomb, carrying a big charge of high explosives direct to where it was needed, commonly a pillbox, minefield or disabled enemy tank. The controller steered the robot tank by using a wire connected to a simple contol box.

The Goliath was fairly successful and used on many fronts,and though slow and vulnerable to small arms fire would be a frightening sight as it waddled towards you with its deadly payload!

This set contains a 3 metal Combat Engineers and a Goliath Demolition Vehicle

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German Waffen SS Infantry -ordered on demand

Bolt Action – Waffen SS Squad (10)

2 x NCO’s with SMG’s

1 x MG42, Gunner and Loader

1 x Panzerfaust

4 x Riflemen

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German Waffen SS-Sturmbataillon Charlemagne-ordered on demand

The Second World War saw many confusing contradictions as politics and ideals clashed in epic campaigns that were once thought inconceivable. One such oddity was the Charlemagne division, the 33. SS-Grenadier Division which fought ferociously for the German cause on the Russian front. They were unusual because they were French citizens who volunteered to join the Legion of French Volunteers against Bolshevism, later to be renamed the Charlemagne Division.

At full strength it consisted of over 11,000 men, all who decided to join the Nazi cause and crush Communism. They fought very well in many battles in Russia and Poland, often against appalling odds and, remarkably, actually broke into Berlin to defend their Führer with 350 remaining men (Unterscharführer Eugene Vaulot destroyed eight Soviet tanks with panzerfausts, earning a Knight’s Cross)!

The men of the Charlemagne Division, marked by their tricolor shoulder badge, were destroyed in Berlin and many met a grim end at the hands of vengeful Free French forces; an understandable but sad end to an elite fighting unit.

This boxed set contains 10 metal miniatures – armed to the teeth with assault rifles, submachine guns (the iconic MP40, looted Soviet PPSh and also the Italian Beretta that was in widespread use by German forces in the latter stages of the war). As you can see there are also panzefausts, an MG42 LMG tam and a sinister SS man with combat knife at the ready!

Each models is supplied with separate heads tp provide you with lots of variety in terms of headgear and posing.

Whilst these miniatures have been specifically sculpted to reflect the Charlemagne troops they can just as easily be painted as any SS unit; all you need to do is remove the tri-colour sleeve badge.

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German Waffen-SS HQ (1943-45)-ordered on demand

Pack contains 5 metal figures.

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German Waffen-SS Infantry Boxed Set-ordered on demand

Germany’s armed forces in World War II were arguably the best-trained, equipped and motivated of all the major powers – understandably so in a nation geared to rearmament and aggression to its neighbours. Within these powerful forces emerged another force, the Waffen-SS, who were formed initially as armed bodyguards to Adolf Hitler himself, but later became a force to be reckoned with on the battlefield.

Tough, often lavishly equipped and politically indoctrinated, SS troops formed over 38 divisions and numerous other regimental and battalion-sized units, totaling nearly a million men under arms. Their armoured units won many plaudits for their actions, and although relationships between regular army units and the Waffen-SS were sometimes strained, most SS units fought courageously, sometimes ferociously, against great odds until the wars end in Berlin, 1945.

All models in the Waffen-SS boxed set come with separate heads. Each body type has several head variants available and every boxed set, blister pack or single model reinforcement will be have a random head attached to the base. All you need to do is clip it off and glue it into the locator hole in the models neck. Want your model looking the right? Or perhaps glancing down at his weapon? Perhaps he isn’t wearing a helmet or has a bandaged combat wound? Stacks of options are now open to you through the Figure Head system and we’ll be rolling the system out to future Bolt Action ranges…
The Bolt Action Waffen-SS Boxed Set contains:

• 6-man Command Squad: Officer, NCO with MP40 SMG, 2-man radio team with rifles, Medic and a rifleman

• 9-man squad: 2 NCOs with MP40 SMGs, 2-man MG42 LMG team and 5 riflemen

• 81mm mortar and 3 crew

• 2 soldats with StG44 assault rifles

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German Waffen-SS Nebelwerfer-ordered on demand

With a fearsome flash of flame and the howling of a banshee wail they caused terror when used in large numbers; bringing down a barrage on an area less accurately than artillery but with awesome psychological effect that could sap the will of a defender.

This SS Nebelwerfer team are shown readying their weapon; one paying out more cable, one fetching up new rockets and the third eager to press the fire trigger, fire each barrel and then move out to a new fire position before the fiery trails betray their position.

This set features the Warlord Games Figure Head System. This allows you to choose which heads to attach to your models allowing amazing variety and poseability.

This set contains a metal Nebelwerfer with three SS Crewmen.

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German Waffen-SS squad (1943-45)-ordered on demand

Germany’s armed forces in World War II were arguably the best-trained, equipped and motivated of all the major powers – understandably so in a nation geared to rearmament and aggression to its neighbours. Within these powerful forces emerged another force, the Waffen-SS, who were formed initially as armed bodyguards to Adolf Hitler himself, but later became a force to be reckoned with on the battlefield.

Tough, often lavishly equipped and politically indoctrinated, SS troops formed over 38 divisions and numerous other regimental and battalion-sized units, totaling nearly a million men under arms. Their armoured units won many plaudits for their actions, and although relationships between regular army units and the Waffen-SS were sometimes strained, most SS units fought courageously, sometimes ferociously, against great odds until the wars end in Berlin, 1945.

There are many examples of SS troops fighting well and within the bounds of what we can call ‘civilised war’, but too many incidents of brutality occured for most people’s tastes.

Warlord Games presents some of Germany’s toughest troops, eager to close with their enemies and put their training and equipment to the test…

Uncompromising and well-equipped, the soldiers of the Waffen-SS struck fear into the heart of many of their Allied opponents. Clad in their trademark camouflaged uniforms and displaying a tenacity and zeal bordering on the fanatical the Waffen-SS were a dangerous opponent in both attack and defence.

Contents:

2 random models with MP 40
2 random models with STG44
random 2-man MG42 LMG team
2 random riflemen
2 random riflemen with Panzerfausts

Note: Contents vary from those shown.

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GermanWaffen SS MG42 HMG team-ordered on demand

Uncompromising and well-equipped, the soldiers of the Waffen-SS struck fear into the heart of many of their Allied opponents. Clad in their trademark camouflaged uniforms and displaying a tenacity and zeal bordering on the fanatical the Waffen-SS were a dangerous opponent in both attack and defence.

This set contains a three man team with a tripod mounted MG42, randomly supplied either in position or re-positioning.

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Japanese Forces- Imperial Japanese Special Naval Landing Force-ordered on demand

The Japanese Special Naval Landing Forces (SNLF) were the marine troops of the Imperial Japanese Navy.

Due to the deep distrust the Japanese Army and Navy had for each other, joint operations were all but out of the question and the Navy created the Special Naval Landing Forces as a result. First seeing action in 1893 during the ‘Shanghai Incident’ of the Sino-Japanese War, the SNLF were highly trained, high quality troops with excellent morale. Each SNLF formation was named after the base in which it as formed.

Naval troops wore uniforms of a similar cut to those of the Army, but in olive drab rather than the Army’s khaki and with black rather than brown boots. This makes a unit of SNLF stand out nicely from the Army units in your force, adding greater variety as well as no mean performance.

The SNLF spearheaded the landings in the Philippines and the Dutch East Indies, as the Japanese forces cut a swathe across the Pacific with great success. When faced with determined resistance, such as at the invasion of Timor and the Battle of Milne Bay in 1942, they often experienced heavy casualties due to their unwillingness to surrender. When completely out of ammunition, they would often resort to hand-to-hand fighting with their swords.

A 6th US Marine Division intelligence report prior to the landing at Tarawa in August 1943 stated “Naval units of this type are usually more highly trained, and have a greater tenacity and fighting spirit than the average Japanese Army unit.”

This plastic and metal set contains parts to make 32 SNLF. It includes plastic Japanese Infantry sprues plus metal parts with new heads for every model (including an officers tropical hat and a sailor’s cap). The set also includes equipment packs including their distinctive gas-masks. There are also two new metal bodies as well as arms firing a pistol and wielding a ceremonial sword. The set is rounded off nicely with the full-colour sheets of flags and devotional banners – great to hang from weapons as they take Emperor’s word to the enemy…

 

Box contains 32 metal and plastic figures.

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North Star – Painting War. Issue #1 German Army

Painting Manual, 80 pages, printed to the highest quality. A must have for the German Player or Painter

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Rubicon Models – Panther Ausf. D & A-ordered on demand

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Rubicon Models – Panther Ausf. G-ordered on demand

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Rubicon Models – Panzer III – Mid War-ordered on demand

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Rubicon Models – Panzer IV – Mid & Late War-ordered on demand

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Rubicon Models – Tiger I Ausf. E-ordered on demand

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TANK ART 1 RINALDI STUDIO PRESS

Tank Art 1 – WWII German Armor is a fantastic guide to painting and weathering the Rinaldi way. The techniques are extensive, the subjects widely varied, the photography and presentation first rate and the text ably supports the images. Highly Recommended.

 

THIS BOOK IS OUT OF PRINT UNTIL THE NEW TANK ART 4 IS PUBLISHED

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TANK ART 2 ALLIED ARMOUR

TANKART Vol. 2 WWII Allied Armor — There are many “how-to” books in today’s world of scale modeling, but none has covered the “why’s”, as well as, the “how-to’s”… the artistic approach… until now. In TANKART, a painting and weathering guide book series, the focus is on taking real-life observations of paint and weathering effects and incorporate the best techniques to replicate them. Within this second volume, WWII Allied Armor, the author will go deeper into his thoughts about why of certain steps as it relates to Allied camouflage schemes. To bring these ideas to life requires a spectrum of processes and techniques which are covered in great detail; including the Hairspray Technique and the new Oil Paint Rendering — plus Pigment Applications and Painting Olive Drab chapters that can be combined in an layered array to tell the story of each model.

The book format is 8.5″ x 9.5″, 208 pages, softcover on high-quality book paper. There are 5 models featured inside, 4 dedicated technique chapters, plus a special bonus figure modeling chapter by Radek Pituch. Inside features over 500 color photos reproduced in a large format.

 

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US M475MM SHERMAN ITALERI 1/56 CSALE KIT

The M4 Sherman (named after the famous American Civil War general William T. Sherman) is one of the few really iconic fighting equipment of the Allies during Word War Two, and one of the most famous tanks in history. But this historic status was gained not thanks to its intrinsic qualities, but more to the sheer numbers in which they were provided, only surpassed by the Soviet Union’s T-34, with a staggering 50,000+ total delivered. It remains by far the most widely used tank on the Allied side during the war, it was derived into countless derivatives, and had a very long postwar career which lasted well into the Cold War. It has been largely compared to the T-34, and had the occasion to confront some during the Korean War. However, the Sherman was not as successful as it seemed. Derived in a haste from the previous and controversial M3 Lee/Grant, it was the first to bear a fully-traversing turret with a 75 mm (2.95 in) gun. It was designed from the very beginning for mass-production. Cheap and relatively simple to build, easy to maintain, reliable, roomy, sturdy, fast, well-armored and well-armed, it was the good-all-around armored vehicle the Allies had sought for until 1942, when it first arrived on the North African front. It literally soldiered in every corner of the globe, under many colors, from 1942 to the end of the war. These theaters included (in WWII alone) most of North Africa, Russia, most of Europe, the Eastern Indies, China, the Philippines, many Pacific islands and China.

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