Ramcke’s Boys The Value-Added Set
2 Afrika Korps Military Police, an Italian Guard and a roadblock and guard box!
Using a captured 81mm Mortar an AK corporal directs his 2-man crew to lay down a carpet of deadly mortar fire.
During the war in North Africa, Erwin Rommel believed in being in as many places as he could, in meeting as many of his men and commanders as possible and...
Bringing the latest orders and instructions from Afrika Korps Headquarters.
Based on a Panzer 1 tank chassis this self-propelled gun mounts a 4.7 cm Czech-made Skoda gun and was the first German tank destroyer of WW2. Our model comes with...
Ludwig Cruwell was a senior Afrika Korps general under Erwin Rommel. Awarded the Knight’s Cross with Oak Leaves for bravery, he was captured by the British when his spotter plane...
Although seldom seen in shorts the Field Marshal did make use of some captured British clothing stores on occasion.
During his time in North Africa, Field Marshal Erwin Rommel made use of several different vehicles to get around the battlefield – both German and captured British. Two of his...
Five AK infantry ‘half-body’ soldiers taking cover behind their long, sand-bagged trench. Included in this set is the full curved trench itself sand-bagged on all sides. Inside are a section...
A kneeling AK Non Commissioned Officer (NCO) on the field telephone telling his command centre that the enemy is approaching and, perhaps, requesting artillery support or more reinforcements.
This 2-man team provides additional machine gun fire to help hold off any British, Australian or American advance.
They say ‘attack is the best form of defence’ and these 4 Afrika Korps soldiers are going on the offensive! As the AK officer cautiously moves forward he aims his...