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French Resistance Support GroupAdd to Wish List
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...
Soviet Army (Winter) starter armyAdd to Wish List
Hitler was confident of a short campaign as his German army crashed over the Russian border in 1941. Heroic defence by the massive Soviet armies slowed the Nazi advance. The brave, solid, and loyal Soviet soldiers endured dreadful battle conditions...
Korean War: Chinese PVA HQAdd to Wish List
Officers of the CCP army were selected on past military experience and political ideology. CCP army officers did not carry swords like Japanese officers. They had titles, not ranks; for example, Platoon Commander or Company Commander, rather than Lieutenant or...
Korean War: North Korean KPA HQAdd to Wish List
Containing models to represent an officer, a medic, a flag-bearer & a commissar, this pack lets you supplement your force with powerful support abilities. Though KPA forces are especially hardy in Bolt Action owing to the Choson'Gul special rule (which gives...
Afrika Korps HQAdd to Wish List
German officers were capable and often experienced leaders. Junior officers were trained to undertake the role of their immediate superiors, enabling them to use their initiative to take control of situations when necessary. Pack contains 5 HQ Command figures. Note:...
Blitzkrieg German HQ (1939-42)Add to Wish List
German officers were capable and often experienced leaders. In the German army junior officers were trained to undertake the role of their own immediate superiors, enabling them to use their initiative to take control of situations when necessary. An officer...
Belgian Army HQAdd to Wish List
Like most European armies, Belgian Army officers were recruited from the upper-middle class of society. Officers were well-educated and affluent. They were confident and trained on par with their French and British counterparts. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Napoleonic Portuguese ArmyAdd to Wish List
An essential part of Wellington’s forces and England's oldest ally the Portuguese, under their Commander-in-Chief William Carr Beresford, were of a quality and same level of training as that of their fellow British soldier. In Black Powder terms, this means...
British Galahad Armoured Infantry OfficersAdd to Wish List
As the numbers of units equipped with the Rift-tech designed Galahad armour increases, the creation of fully equipped infantry battalions is now feasible and platoon, company and even battalion HQs are now entering the field in full Galahad armour. Models...
US Armoured OfficerAdd to Wish List
The US army has poured substantial resources into their Armoured Infantry programme and is now producing specialist armour with enhanced radios for its commanders. Enabling the creation of entire battalions of armoured companies, Any platoon that contains at least two...
US Airborne HQ (1944-45)Add to Wish List
Trained to a very high standard and with extensive combat experience, the American airborne forces were highly-motivated and performed very effectively throughout the Market Garden operation. Lead your troops into combat with exceptional leadership executed by the Airborne officers in...
Polish Airborne HQAdd to Wish List
Ready to lead the newly equipped Polish Airborne, they prepared themselves for the lengthy campaign they'll need to endure in order to see their homeland again. Although comparatively lightly-armed, Polish Airborne could dish it out and would not hesitate to...
Polish Airborne ArmyAdd to Wish List
A perfect starter force, roughly amounting to 500 points this bundle contains: A box of British Airborne, enough plastic components to create 30 Polish Airborne! A blister pack of Polish Airborne HQ, which contains 1 Polish Airborne Lieutenant and 3...
German Heer Forward Observer team (Winter)Add to Wish List
An artillery observer unit consists of an artillery officer model and can include a second model as assistant radio operator. Artillery officers were often attached as liaison at company level to coordinate the fire of artillery batteries behind the front...