British painting guide - digital downloadAdd to Wish List
This 7 page Painting Guide will provide you with a step-by-step guide to painting an infantryman of the British Army, and the Cromwell Cruiser-class tank. The basic colour schemes depicted here were used in the European Theatre, from the early...
Commando Vickers K LMG teamsAdd to Wish List
By their nature as specialist raiders, Commandos go to battle lightly equipped in terms of weaponry. However, they made good use of Vickers K machine guns - formerly aircraft-mounted machine guns - with their high rate of suppressive fire. These...
Commando Amphibious RaidersAdd to Wish List
The Commandos - drawn from volunteers from within the United Kingdoms armed forces, the Special Service Brigade would swell to 30 individual units and 4 assault brigades - carrying out operations in all theaters, from Norway Channel Islands Mediterranean France Germany to...
US/Allied LVT-4 "Buffalo" AmtracAdd to Wish List
The Landing Vehicle Tracked (LVT) was a small amphibious landing craft, introduced by the United States Navy, Marine Corps and Army during World War II. The LVT-4 Buffalo was by far the most numerous version, with over 8,000 vehicles produced....
LCA - Landing Craft Assault - ThornycroftAdd to Wish List
One of the most common British landing craft of WWII - the LCA (Landing Craft Assault), ideal for getting you ashore feet dry...ish! For more information on the Thornycroft, take a look here This model measures approximately as follows; - Length...
No.10 (Inter-Allied) Commando 1942-45Add to Wish List
Author: Nick van der Bijl, Illustrator: Rob Chapman About this book The largest, but least-known of all Britain's elite wartime Commando raiding units, No.10 (Inter-Allied) was recruited from volunteers from many nations who had fled to Britain after their own...