Australian Matilda II infantry tank
Although obsolete in the European theatre, the A12 Matilda II infantry tank’s heavy armour and proven weaponry were ideal against the lightly equipped Japanese forces in the Far East. The nature of the terrain precluded the large armoured formations experienced...
£26.00
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Morris light recce car
£18.00
Morris light recce car
Produced by Morris, based on one of their existing lorry chassis, this had an unusual layout with all three crew sitting side-by-side. This gave the vehicle its distinctive side profile. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£18.00
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Belgian Army support group
£20.00
Belgian Army support group
The initial Belgian defence proved the mettle of the Belgian Army, but they struggled to match the evolving tactics of the ever encroaching Wehrmacht in the early stages of the war. Led by well educated and dependable officers, with proven...
£20.00
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French Army support group
£20.00
French Army support group
The French army started World War II as the most powerful army in the world. Well-equipped, with excellent tanks and artillery, the infantry divisions were numerous and confident of fighting off the hated Boche as they had twenty two years...
£20.00
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Polish Army 100mm medium artillery
At the outbreak of World War Two, Poland possessed many artillery weapons that had been developed many years before. They would be called upon to break apart the encroaching German formations and attempt to slow the aggressors. One of these...
£16.00
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French Resistance Support Group
Germany's occupation of France was resisted by the Maquis - the famous French Resistance. Led by ex-officers or charismatic local leaders, these brave men and women fought desperate guerilla actions which were pivotal in disrupting German forces during the Battle...
£20.00
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French Resistance Squad
£18.00
French Resistance Squad
The exceptional men and women of the French Resistance were fiercely patriotic citizens who risked everything to fight back against the occupying German Forces. From sowing disinformation or assassinating German personnel and collaborators, to direct attacks on German infrastructure, they...
£18.00
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French Resistance Sniper and Light Mortar Teams
A Sniper Team in a Partisan Bolt Action army represents anything from an untrained civilian out for revenge on the occupiers to a seasoned hunter that has decided to join the resistance. Like most weapons used by the partisans, light...
£6.00
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French Resistance light anti-tank gun
Captured anti-tank guns were put to use again their former owners – these would very likely include German 37mm guns. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£13.00
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French Resistance Officer team
Often after the surrender of an army, some officers decided to continue the fight on their own. Partisan military structure was often at least loosely based on the military organization with which these officers were familiar. In other cases, capable...
£6.00
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French Resistance Medium Mortar team
Rarely, but more often later in the war, heavier weapons like 81mm mortars would fall into the hands of partisan units. These weapons were almost always only used effectively by experienced crews and, when appropriately employed, proved devastating against occupying...
£7.00
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French Resistance MMG team
£7.00
French Resistance MMG team
Machine guns were relatively heavy weapons for partisans and therefore highly valued. German machine guns, such as the MG34 and MG42, were used in great numbers – and being air-cooled weapons were relatively easy to move and operate. Older designs,...
£7.00
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French Resistance PIAT & Anti-tank rifle teams
Partisans had little in the way of anti-tank weaponry. Fortunately, most of the heavier armour of the occupying forces was at the front line, and thus it was mostly outdated and lightly armed vehicles were used for security duty in...
£6.00
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French Resistance Light Artillery
The most useful kinds of light artillery were often mountain guns, as these were more easily moved about and could be disassembled and carried by mules if necessary. All kinds of artillery would be used. The old World War I...
£16.00
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