Tito's PartisansAdd to Wish List
Illustrator: Velimir Vuksic About this book: The civil war that raged in Yugoslavia following the German invasion in 1941 was brutal, uncompromising and complex, pitting royalists, fascists communists, ethnic groups, and the Axis powers against one another in a shifting...
Australian militia infantry section (Pacific)Add to Wish List
The militia was trained and equipped to a lesser degree than their regular counterparts in the Australian Imperial Force and only allowed to be deployed within Australia and its mandated territories. This led to the AIF’s derogatory nickname of Chockos,...
Australian MMG team (Pacific)Add to Wish List
Initially thought to be of limited use in jungle warfare, the first campaign against the Japanese taught the Australians the Vickers machine gun was vital for pouring on firepower before assaults. The perfect weapon for protecting the flank or holding...
Australian PIAT and anti-tank rifle teams (Pacific)Add to Wish List
The Australian Army was supplied by Britain with the PIAT anti-tank weapon, but this saw only extremely limited use by the Australians, as the threat from Japanese tanks was minimal. The weapon found more use against Japanese emplacements as an...
Australian Jungle Division infantry section (Pacific)Add to Wish List
In early 1943, the Australian Army reorganised its militia and Australian Imperial Force divisions into a lighter version of the standard British Army organisation. These new Jungle Divisions, had vastly more short-ranged firepower, 981 SMGs as to the previous 400,...
Papuan Infantry Battalion section (Pacific)Add to Wish List
These were local men recruited in New Guinea and led by Australian officers and senior NCOs. They were superb jungle fighters who, being local men, were particularly good at reconnaissance. They were also almost impossible to ambush. They fought from...
Australian medium mortar team (Pacific)Add to Wish List
In most jungle operations the 3-inch mortar was the main, often only, form of artillery support available. In the reorganised Jungle Divisions, from 1943 onwards, the number of mortars was doubled to include two full platoons of these weapons. Models supplied...
Australian flamethrower, light mortar and sniper teams (Pacific)Add to Wish List
Australian snipers were not given much in the way of special equipment - or even scopes in some circumstances. Despite this, there were many successful sharpshooters amongst the infantry companies, many of them professional hunters in civilian life. In early...
Australian Matilda II infantry tankAdd to Wish List
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...
Bolt Action British Paint SetAdd to Wish List
Everything you need to accurately paint your British Infantry on the worn-torn fields and battle-scarred towns of Europe! This paint set contains these paints: This paint set contains these paints: 1x Strongtone Quickshade 1x anti-shine matt varnish 1x British Battledress...