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A German Medic drags a wounded “Soldaten” away from the battle.
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Another Medic and a fellow soldier pull another seriously wounded comrade out of harm’s way.
The second version of this great ambulance model. This particular two-coloured Opel Blitz can be utilized in a wide variety of “combat theatres” — North Africa...Italy...Normandy...even the Eastern Front and...
Two kneeling “Soldaten” man their 81mm mortar and prepare to launch a bomb
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His stalhelm held in one hand, this “soldaten” rests on his rifle...He’s marched over 20 miles this day and he’ll march another 20 tomorrow. It’s often forgotten that the majority...
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This field-grey infantryman seems pleased with himself...Has he just been given a leave pass?
Shovel in one hand and dressed in the off-white “fatigue duties” trousers this soldier is awaiting orders.
This soldier with sleeves rolled up is ready for work.
Among all their other duties engineers were responsible for “sowing” mine fields.
One more soldier hard at work breaking up concrete.
This soldier using protective gloves is affixing barbed wire to a Mine Field “Warning” sign.
These beach obstacles, sometimes known as “Czech Hedgehogs”, were scattered in their thousands all along the beaches and bays of occupied Europe. Using old steel railway lines they were welded...
Field Marshal Friedrich Paulus The ill-fated commander of the German 6th Army at Stalingrad. Our figure is based on an image of a dejected and haggard Paulus marching into Russian...
Rifle in hand another kneeling soldier, a Feldwebel (a German NCO) indicates where he wants his squad to move to.
Head down and running quickly this soldier is carrying his K98 (Karabiner 98) rifle in one hand...and a grenade in the other.
In the heat of battle this soldier is shouting out some kind of warning.
As one soldier almost lapses into unconsciousness his comrade pulls him to safety… the enemy are close on their heels!
That’s quite a mouthful ... but no less deadly for it! This was a “Tank Destroyer” based on the highly successful Panzer IV chassis and built in three main variants....
Standing issuing “fire orders and instructions.”
One gunner transporting the shell ... the other holding the “rammer”.
One crew member checking the sights ... the other holding the ‘charge’ ... always loaded after the shell.
Due to the problems of recovering damaged heavy tanks (such as Tigers and Panthers) it was necessary to produce an equally heavy tracked vehicle to perform the task ... The...
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A standing Panzer officer as can be seen by his short black “Panzer Wrap” jacket and black M43 Field Cap.
A useful little 2-man set of crouching and kneeling Panzer repair crew ... Ideal to go with WH067 or indeed any of K&C’S German fighting vehicles or even captured Allied...
A lone dead German Soldier lies in front of a stone Berlin city marker... The end of the 1,000 year Reich... In just 12 years!
This 2 x figure set (1 x with short ramming rod plus 1 x shell fuser) goes perfectly with the other previously released artillery gunner sets such as the WH062...
The Germans were pioneers of these rocket-propelled, anti tank grenades and many an Allied vehicle fell victim to their accuracy and lethality.
A young Panzer Grenadier cautiously looks around a corner for a likely target... In his hands, the small but deadly ‘Panzerfaust’ anti tank rocket launcher.
This 2-man set has the excellent MG42 machine gun lined up and ready to decimate any approaching enemy. This belt-fed machine gun was so well-designed and manufactured that a direct...
A very useful ‘back-up’ figure to support and cover WH076.
Another German favourite... the soldier with the MP40 machine pistol.
This Panzer Grenadier is armed with the standard German rifle of WW2... The Mauser K98, a bolt-action rifle firing the 7.92mm cartridge. First issued in 1935 it saw continuous action...
This figure is doing what Grenadiers do... about to throw a grenade!
Our sniper here is firing the “Gewehr 43” a semi automatic rifle that owes some of its development to the earlier Soviet ‘Tokarev SVT-40’. It fired the same 7.92mm round...