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Afrika Korps Kradschutzen motorcycle and sidecarAdd to Wish List
Key to the campaign waged in the Western Desert was mobility in order to cross the vast sandy deserts. As a result both sides relied heavily on tanks and transports. Amongst these were the BMW 75 and Zundapp motorcycles utilised...
British Airborne Jeep & TrailerAdd to Wish List
In addition to normal Jeeps, the airborne forces at Arnhem were supplied with special Recce Jeeps, fitted with single or twin Vickers machine guns. British Airborne Recce Jeep in action Using speed as it's main offensive and defensive tool, this...
British Daimler Dingo MkII Scout CarAdd to Wish List
One of the most widespread scout cars in the British and Commonwealth armies. The Dingoes were the unsung heroes of the armoured and infantry division's reconnaissance regiments as well as the army level recce regts! Fast and light; they may...
British Expeditionary Force 1939 - 1940Add to Wish List
The British Expeditionary Force began moving into France on 4 September 1939. Joining the combined Belgian and French troops, the BEF fought against the German Blitzkrieg. With the nation venerated as a whole from the first World War, the standard of...
Fiat-Ansaldo CV33 Lanciaflamme flamethrower tanketteAdd to Wish List
Pack contains 1 metal and resin vehicle. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Grabner's SS Humber Armoured CarAdd to Wish List
This pack depicts SS Hauptsturmfuhrer Viktor Gräbner in his captured British Humber armoured car. On the afternoon of the 17th of September Lieutenant Colonel Frost's 2nd Parachute Battalion approached the Arnhem road bridge. At around 1800 hours they witnessed the 40 armoured...
Home Guard 'Malcolm Campbell' armoured carAdd to Wish List
In 1940, only about one family in five owned a car; most people relied on the well-developed public transport system. Most civilian cars were decommissioned during the war as petrol was at first rationed then eventually denied to civilians altogether....