The Germans used a wide range of pillboxes and bunkers all along France’s Channel and Atlantic coast among them a small 3 man bunker surmounted by the turret of an...
After the fall of France almost 2,000 FT-17’s fell into German hands many were scrapped...some were decapitated and converted into pillbox/bunkers...a few hundred were repainted and utilized on “internal security”...
Five fine examples of Nazi weaponry include the “classic” MP40, the Schmeisser Machine Pistol… the Panzerfaust, anti tank rocket… the MG34 and MG42 machine guns and the great Kar98 rifle....
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A single grey-clad Self-Propelled-Gun officer stands cocking his pistol... Virtually all German vehicle commanders carried a side arm and this one is no exception.
This is the 9th Panther K&C has produced and the first one since 2014... This latest Panther Ausf. G is painted in the colour scheme known as ‘Hinterhalt-Tarnung’ or ‘Ambush’...
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A Sitting German ‘tanker’ scans the skies for any sign of Allied fighter-bomber
Two sitting German ‘tankers’ enjoy a rare break from battle... Both figures can ‘perch’ on various German tanks and self-propelled guns including both new Tiger and Panther models
Three Panzer commanders gather together to discuss today’s plan-of-action. During the Battle of Normandy it was virtually impossible for any German vehicle to appear on the roads during daylight. As...
Three dismounted tankers freshen up for breakfast, they know it’s going to be a busy day and a violent one too... who knows when they’ll get another chance...? A great...
A set 4 x half body tank commander figures suitable for a wide range of K&C German armoured fighting vehicles.
Cautiously moving forward this youthful soldier had only just completed his infantry training before the Allies invaded France on 6 June 1944. Now, his training has become his reality!
Another young infantryman dashes forward, rifle in hand and ready for action.
Calmly signaling his men to go forward this soldier is one of the veteran NCOs who has already seen battle on the Eastern Front and for him Normandy is nothing...
This NCO (non commissioned officer) kneels down to take careful aim with his MP44 Assault Rifle.
Here the MP40 is in the capable hands of another young NCO (non commissioned officer) who kneels to take aim at the advancing Allied infantry.
This young soldier, after leaving school just 6 months before prepares for his first battle as the enemy gets nearer…
Although kneeling this young soldier looks as if he is about to jump up and move to a new location.
As virtually all younger members of the 12th SS had passed through the ranks of the Hitler Youth many of them were already ‘expert shots’ as marksmanship was highly-prized and...
Crouching down beside his field telephone this signaller receives the latest battlefield information… or perhaps instructions from a superior.
This 2-man team lies prone behind their deadly MG42 machine gun about to open fire on some advancing ‘Tommies’.