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 captivity after the surrender of his forces in the beleaguered Soviet city. Hitler expected that the Field Marshal would commit suicide rather than surrender. While in Russian captivity Paulus became a vocal critic of the Nazis...Released in 1953 he lived the rest of his life in what was then communist East Germany. He died in 1957.
It’s been quite a while since we featured this little vehicle in our inventory but here it is...the “Kettenkrad”, together with its trailer. These vehicles appeared everywhere German forces fought...
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...
This young German nurse brings a basin of water to allow the doctor to “wash-up” before he moves on to the next casualty.