This late-war Hausser saw more than his fair share of action...even losing an eye in the process. Here, map in hand, he studies the terrain.
The M26 entered service in 1943 and was used extensively and virtually exclusively by US Armoured Forces in the latter part of the war. This same armoured tractor vehicle was...
This latest Strictly Limited" shows supreme Allied Commander General Dwight D. Eisenhower on a tour of inspection somewhere in southern England in the spring of 1944. His U.S. Army Staff...
A summer version of our highly successful “Battle of the Bulge” armoured jeep… No snow-chains this time, just regular wheels but there is an all-new driver figure. A very useful...
Churchill figures have always been popular with K&C collectors and here is another of the PM in a familiar pose.
The Desert War was fought on almost chivalrous terms for modern warfare. Both sides, for the most part, fought cleanly and fairly and that included treatment of prisoners.
Three Scottish Infantrymen in a range of poses that can fit on the Crusader or stand off the vehicle on the ground as you prefer.
A Digger" and his pack mule bring up extra ammo to the front line. A great little set!"
Another member of the fighting patrol.
A superb mounted figure, saber resting on shoulder on a walking horse.
Another weary 'Tommy' trudges back towards Dunkirk.
Officers may think they run the army but we know who really runs it! A tough old Sarn't. Major points the way to the beaches and ...hopefully Blighty.
Captain Helmut Eckhardt, Manstein's Adjutant, accompanies his General.
This infantry colonel proudly leads his men past the reviewing officers.
This officer returns the General's salute... army style!
When the Luftwaffe began to attack the British Isles they also began to suffer much greater losses... thanks to the young fighter pilots of the Royal Air Force. Here, a...
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Shouting instructions this fireman oversees his mates. Note the red band of a “Section Leader” on his helmet.
A 2-man team complete with their fire hose.
Another fireman carries a rolled-up length of firehose on his shoulder.
A very traditional French or Belgian Nun carries a young child in her arms... “Where are the child’s parents...?” Perhaps, only God knows... but for the moment the child is...
3 x well-tailored individual Gentlemen “Civvies” to help populate any city or town street in the 1930’s or 1940’s.
This Drummer / Bugler marches at the head of the column keeping up the men's spirits.
A bearded Lieutenant, sword in hand advances.
A different country... a different parting... As his wife holds his rifle this Poilu fondly cradles his small baby. Will he ever seem them again?
This 2-storey facade has been specially – designed to go with our earlier facade releases but boast a far larger upper balcony (to accommodate more of the Berlin'38 personalities). Notice:...
This “standing-at-ease” SS “Scharfuhrer” is in charge of the sentries and armed with a P.08 “Luger” pistol.
The officer, with sword drawn, that accompanies LAH188.
Lieutenant Jack Bromley a para platoon leader moves forward.
Sgt. Dennis Smith kneels down to film some of the action during the doomed battle.
Sadly all too many of the British 1st. Airborne Division at Arnhem ended up killed, wounded or captured. Here, a casually smoking SS Panzer Grenadier guards two Paras... one seriously...
The mighty and righteous warrior himself, mounted on a fine Arabian steed directing the battle.Mounted Saladin
A simply stunning, mounted flag-bearer of Saladin's own bodyguard regiment.
A Scottish Knight who fought alongside Richard the Lionheart and was one of his standard-bearers.
This great two-piece vignette captures the moment when the Scottish King is about to bring his battle axe down on de Bohun's head!
This warrior may look casually-relaxed but he is also ready at a moment’s notice to cut his enemy down. Great house, castles and noblemen have always had the requirement for...
Sir William also known as ‘The Red Knight’ at the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314. A native of Cumberland in the North West of England he had friends and enemies...
Sir William’s opponent, Sir John Ross of Galloway hails from the south west part of Scotland and was an early supporter of Robert the Bruce, King of Scots from 1306-1329....
NA100 French Line Infantry Sergeant Advancing