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1:72 Gladiators

Article number: 510006062 Product: 1:72 Gladiators The games were incredibly popular throughout the Roman world, and the highlight of the day's entertainment was when the gladiators came out to do battle. This box try to capture the excitement and drama of the gladiatorial games. Gladiators were mostly categorized into one of several groupings or specialities, which dictated their costume and weaponry. The figures in this set include members of all four major groups. Their clothing and armour, or lack of it, are all consistent with what is known of the appearance of these men, and the weapons they carry are equally appropriate. The two men with the trident are retiarius, the others wearing a big helmet , the shield, the gladius were the Mirmillones. The set includes also a Chariot with four horses, a bear and two lions for the games representing hunting scenes of wild animals.
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1:35 Vosper Crew

Article number: 510005616 Product: 1/35 Vosper Crew 100% NEW MOULDS THE BOX CONTAINS 7 FIGURES PLUS ACCESSORIES.
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1:72 2nd WW American Infantry

The 1st Infantry Division , better known as "the big red one", represents the prototype of U.S. Infantry troops during World War II. It took part in Operation Torch (November 1942), the landing in Sicily, the landing in Normandy (June 6th, 1944), the battle of the Ardennes and the final advance into German territory in 1945. The models in this kit are represented with the typical equipment of American infantry: the M1 Garand rifle, the B.A.R. automatic rifle, the M3 "Grease Gun" submachinegun and the famous Bazooka. Contains 50 figures.
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1:72 American Civil War:Farmhouse battle

Article number: 510006179 Product: 1:72 American Civil War:Farmhouse battle NEW MDF PARTS American Civil War was fought from 1861 to 1865 between the United States of America and the Confederate States of America. The war broke out in April 1861 when the Confederates attacked Fort Sumter. The "Civil War" brought several changes in the military history as the involvement of a new industrial system, focused on war production, or the use of new and deadly military technologies. The Union troops and the Confederate troops clashed in many of battles, entered in history books as Bull Run, Antietam, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg. War ended in April 1865, when the General Lee’s Confederate Army surrendered in Appomattox. Finally, after the war, the diplomacy started to work with the purpose of rebuilding American National unity and of reunifying those people that fought, on opposite sides, for four years.
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1:72 Beau Geste: Algerian Tuareg revolt

Article number: 510006183 Product: 1:72 Beau Geste: Algerian Tuareg revolt The French conquest of Algeria took place between 1830 and 1847. The French colonial policy of the XIX century was based on a progressive expansion in the North African and Sub-Saharan territories. At the end of the nineteenth century the Tuaregs opposed a fierce resistance to the French troops for the defense of their Central Saharan homeland. A lot of violent military clashes between the French Foreign Legion troops and the Tuareg Berber troops took place especially in the most remote areas of the Algerian territories were several outposts and forts were built by the French. However, the local populations could not compete against the more advanced weapons of French Army. The fighting ended with the signatures of the 1905 and 1917 treaties. The Historical events inspired a lot of novels and movies. The most famous movie could be considered "Beau Gest" of 1939 based on the 1924 novel of the same title by P.C. Wren.
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1:72 British & Prussian General Staff

After Napoleon's return from his exile on Elba, the Seventh Coalition was hastily gathered. It comprised the main European powers opposing the French Emperor's return. The main proponents were England and Prussia. The kit represents the meeting, on Waterloo battlefield, of the two commanders in chief of the allied armies: the Duke of Wellington and the Prussian Marshal Von Blücher.
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1:72 British 11th Hussars (Crimean war)

Article number: 510006188 Product: 1:72 British 11th Hussars (Crimean war) The charge of the light brigade against the Russian stations is one of the most tragic moments in the battle of Balaklava during the Crimean War. This kit allows you to create light cavalry of the 8th Hussars or of the Prince Albert’s Own 11th Hussars, led by Lord Cardigan during the charge of the six hundred through the valley encircled by Russian infantry and artillery. The light brigade, in spite of its losses, managed anyhow to engage the Russian forces at the end of the valley and push them back into a retreat.
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1:72 British Infantry and Sepoys

Article number: 510006187 Product: 1:72 British Infantry and Sepoys The kit reproduces in detail the British colonial troops of the second half of the nineteenth century and the "Sepoys", the Indian infantry troops employed under the British government. The "Sepoys" were already recruited largely by the British East India Companies but they gained notoriety when they were employed in the "British Indian Army". The uniforms of the soldiers of our kit refers to the Second Anglo-Afghan War fought from 1878 and ended with the Battle of Kandahar in 1880.
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1:72 British Paratroopers

Article number: 510006034 Product: 1/72 British Paratroopers The men of the British 1st Airborne Division, nicknamed "Red Devils", took part in Operation Market Garden in September 1944. Planned by General Montgomery, it envisaged the fast conquest of the bridges on the Rhein and the Meuse via airborne British, American and Polish troops to secure the advance of Allied armored units into Germany's industrial heartland. But the operation was unsuccessful and the advance into the Ruhr was possible only four months later. Contents 50 figures.
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1:72 Confederate Cavalry

Article number: 510006011 Product: 1/72 Confederate Cavalry The cavalry regiments were considered the elite forces of the Confederate armies during the American Civil War. The uniforms were characterized by the yellow gallons. Very varied the individual weapons as well as the customized uniforms. Among the most famous cavalry commanders, James Ewell Braun (J.E.B.) Stuart, who became famous for his bravery during the First Battle of Bull Run. Contents 1 figur and 16 horsemen.
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1:72 Confederate Inf. (Amer.Civil War)

Article number: 510006178 Product: 1/72 Confederate Infantry (Amer.Civil War) THE BOX INCLUDES 50 FIGURES. The Army of the Southern states was formed in 1861. The largest contingent was formed by men from Virginia, most of whom were volunteers and not professional soldiers. A lot of equipment was not standardized and the uniforms were quite diverse. The Confederate army was led by Robert E. Lee, a great general both on the battlefield and as a strategist.
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1:72 Confederate Troops "The Grays"

The Army of the Southern states was formed in 1861. The largest contingent was formed by men from Virginia, most of whom were volunteers and not professional soldiers. A lot of equipment was not standardized and the uniforms were quite diverse. The Confederate army was led by Robert E. Lee, a great general both on the battlefield and as a strategist. Contains 1 rider and 50 figures.
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1:72 French Heavy Cavalry

Article number: 10006003 Product: 1/72 French Heavy Cavalry Together with the cuirassiers, Carabiners formed the heavy cavalry of Napoleon's army. The above average height and shining cuirasses of these soldiers were often decisive factors on the battlefield. It is worth remembering how they were used as Murat's cavalry reserve at Borodino, or in Marshal Ney's charge at Waterloo. Content 17 horsemen.
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1:72 French Hussars 1° REGIMENT HUSSARS

Article number: 510006008 Product: 1/72 French Hussars 1° REGIMENT HUSSARS The word "hussar" identifies the light horsemen and comes from the Hungarian "huszar". The most famous hussar units were the French regiments of the Napoleonic era. They were employed for scouting and communication purposes, and to screen the movement of the Emperor's corps, like during the advance that allowed the French to flank the Austrian general Mack at Ulm in 1805. The soldiers in this kit wear the uniform of the 1st Hussars employed at Jena in 1806, and they are characterized by the ornate Hungarian style uniform, sabretache, sabre and carbine. Contents 17 horsemen.
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1:72 French Line Infantry (1815)

The line infantry was the backbone of Napoleon's Grande Armée. The "shako" headgear adopted in 1806, replacing bicorn hats, and the Charleville 1777 musket, are the most characteristic elements of French line infantry. The equipment was completed by the briquet, a sort of infantry shortsword. The kit also includes the regiment's drummer and the "eagle-bearer" carrying the regiment's insignia. Content 50 figures.
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1:72 French Line/Guard Artillery

Trained as an artillerist in his youth, Napoleon paid special attention to the role of this combat arm on the battlefield. The gunners, serving guns built in accordance with the Gribeuval system, wear horse artillery uniforms with a characteristic skin cap. The uniforms of the artillery drivers are remarkable, too. Content 11 figures 8 horses 1 waggon 2 cannons
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1:72 Gauls Warriors Ist-cent.

The Romans dubbed "Gauls" those Celtic tribes, often fighting against each other, living in the areas corresponding to modern France, Switzerland, Belgium and Holland. The Gallic tribes found occasional political unity only under the pressure of the Roman menace during Julius Caesar's military campaign. The Gauls recognized Vercingetorix as their political and military leader. He was defeated by Caesar in the battle of Alesia (52 B.C.). The Gaul warriors were characterized by their longswords and decorated shields. Many of them fought naked. Contains 40 figures.
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1:72 IT Russian Para Spetsnaz

Article number: 510006169 Product: 1/72 IT Russian Para Spetsnaz Little great men Men in their uniformst hat made the history oft he 20th century. From North Africa, to Russia, Normandy, the Pacific Ocean, the variety of the characters presented allows us to recreate the most renowned conflicts of the Second World War. Unusual and dynamic poses make them an ideal complement for wargames and dioramas. Contains: 50 unpainted figures
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1:72 Napol.Wars - Austrian Inf.1798-1805

On June 14th, 1800, Napoleon, recently appointed first consul, clashed in Marengo against the 31.000 strong army of the Austrian general Baron Melas. The French victory was obtained thanks to the sacrifice of general Desaix and dramatically affected the political scenario of Napoleonic Europe.The Austrian Infantry in this kit is shown with the typical, short leather cap, with the brass front plate bearing the imperial eagle. Some soldiers are represented with the 1798 helmet, bearing Francis II's initials, as it was customary for Frei-Corps or Jager light infantry battalions.
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1:72 Napol.Wars - British+Scots Infantry

Article number: 510006058 Product: 1/72 Napol.Wars - British+Scots Infantry The term "Redcoat" is used to call English soldiers. It comes from the color of the uniform used by most regiments. The redcoats are here with a Scottish regiment wearing their typical kilt, issued since 1739. The most famous Scottish regiment is the 42nd Royal Highlander "Black Watch", with their blue, green and black tartan. They took part in the Peninsular Campaign in 1812 and in the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo in 1815. Contents 48 figures.
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1:72 Napoleon Imperial General Staff

This kit faithfully reproduces the High Command of Napoleon's Grande Armée, the "brain" of the Corps system devised by the Emperor. The kit features the Emperor, the aides-de-camp, Marshal Berthier (Napoleon's Major-General), and also the escort of the inseparable Chasseurs a Cheval of the Imperial Guard and the colorfully dressed Mameluks. Content: 13 riders and 8 figures
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1:72 Napoleon.Wars - Brit. Infantry 1815

The steady "squares" of Wellington's Infantry resisted the countless cavalry charges of Marshal Ney at Waterloo, and dramatically affected the outcome of the most famous battle of the Napoleonic age. The 2nd Regiment Coldstream Guards, one of the most celebrated units, took part in the defense of the Hougoumont farm. They are represented here with their trusty "Brown Bess" flintlock muskets. Contains 48 figures.
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1:72 Napoleon.Wars - French Cuirassieurs

Article number: 510006084 Product: 1:72 Napoleon. Kriege - Franz.Kürassiere Cuirassiers were the backbone of heavy cavalry in the Grande Armée. They are famous for the many cavalry charges on all the battlefields of the Napoleonic era. Characterized by their shiny breastplates, by the "Minerva" style helmet and by the heavy straight sabres, they were often led, like in the battles of Austerlitz (1805), Heilsberg (1807) , Wagram (1809), and Borodino (1812), by Murat, Napoleon's most skilled cavalry commander.
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1:72 Napoleonic Wars - French Grenadiers

The 1er Regiment de Grenadiers-à-Pied de la Garde Imperiale was the backbone of Napoleon's "Old Guard". A soldier could be admitted only after 10 years of service and irreproachable conduct. The Old Guard was usually employed as reserve, taking action only in decisive or difficult moments. The "grognards" or "grumblers", as Napoleon nicknamed them, represented the most accomplished regiment in the armée until Waterloo. Content 50 figures.
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1:72 Napoleonic Wars - French Infantry

Article number: 510006066 Product: 1/72 Napoleonic Wars - French Infantry Line infantry advanced in close order, often preceded by light infantry units like Chasseur, Tirailleurs or Voltigers. These light units harassed the enemy to disrupt their lines, or to interrupt their line of command targeting officers, drummers, and standard bearers. Even the Imperial Guard had light infantry units in its ranks. Content 48 figures.
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1:72 Napoleonic Wars - Prussian Infantry

Article number: 510006067 Product: 1/72 Napoleonic Wars - Prussian Infantry The vanguard of Prussian Infantry breaking in the Plancenoit farm, still defended by the French, is one of the final phases of the battle of Waterloo. Short after that, Wellington and Blucher, sure of their victory, met at La Belle Alliance. The Prussian infantry uniform, characterized by its oilcloth headgear and visored "mutze", is typical of the 1813-1815 period. Content 48 figures.
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1:72 Napoleonic Wars - Russian Infantry

The infantry of the Tzar Alexander 1st is reproduced in this kit with the uniforms used in the late Napoleonic period. At Borodino in 1812, or during the famous "Battle of the Nations" at Leipzig in 1813, the infantrymen of the reformed Russian army wore these uniforms. In addition to soldiers and officers, this kit includes drummers and standard bearers carrying the regimental and the Tzar's insignia. Content 50 figures.
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1:72 Napoleonic Wars-French Light Caval.

Hussars and Chasseurs a Cheval represented the backbone of the French light cavalry. Here they are represented wearing the uniforms of elite companies, characterized by skin hats, or by the more traditional shakos of line light horsemen. They can be used in the second half of the Empire. Among the most famous cavalry commanders we remember Lasalle, who fell at Wagram, and Colbert. Contains 17 riders.
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1:72 Napoleonic Wars-Prussian Cavalry

Article number: 510006081 Product: 1/72 Napoleonic Wars-Prussian Cavalry On October 16th, 1813, general Yorck led his Prussian Dragoons in a desperate charge against the positions defended by Marshal Marmont's French troops during the assault of Mockern, a village near Leipzig. It's one of the main phases of the famous "battle of the nations" that radically changed the alliances and boundaries in Napoleonic Europe. The Prussian light horsemen are represented with their headgear protected by oilcloth, as customarily worn during military campaigns Content 17 horsemen.
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1:72 Roman Cavalry

Article number: 510006028 Product: 1/72 Roman Cavalry Cavalry had an auxiliary role in the Roman age. The Legion, with its extraordinary heavy infantry troops, was the decisive factor in battles. It is worth mentioning that riding a horse and fighting on horseback was not easy, as stirrups weren't used yet. Roman cavalrymen were often auxiliary troops recruited from allies during military campaigns, and their duty was to defend the flanks of the Legion. Soldiers in this kit are represented with the lorica hamata and the characteristic oval cavalry shield. Contents 15 horsemen and 2 figures.
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1:72 Roman Infantry 1st Century

Article number: 510006047 Product: 1/72 Roman Infantry 1st Century The equipment of the 1st Century B.C. legionnaire became the stereotype of Roman infantry. Over his tunic he wore the heavy lorica segmentata, the most advanced form of body armor at the time. The characteristic rectangular "scutum" often bears the name or the insignia of the Legion the soldier belongs to. The individual armament comprised gladius and pilum, a heavy throwing javelin. The kit also includes centurions with transverse crest helmets, and the signifer (standard bearers) carrying the Legion's insignia. Content 35 figures.
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1:72 Roman Infantry Ist-IInd cent.

Article number: 510006021 Product: 1:72 Roman Infantry Ist-IInd cent. The legion was the basic unit of the Roman army. Each maniple was commanded by a centurion, that could be recognized by his leg guards, the vine-stick and the helmet with a transverse crest. The Legion's equipment after the Marian reform was standardized and issued by the State. Legionnaires of this period wore a lorica hamata, reinforced on the shoulders, and were equipped with semi-rectangular shields. Two throwing pila, the gladius and the pugio (a short dagger) completed their equipment. Content 1 horseman and 34 figures.
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1:72 Templar Knights - Medieval Era

The birth of the Knights Templar, a monastic and military order, dates back to 1139 as an attempt to protect the pilgrims visiting the Holy Land after its conquest. The knights were characterized by a Cistercian's white robe with a red cross. Most templars were equipped as heavy cavalry and can be considered a kind of elite troop of their times.
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1:72 Teutonic Knights XIIth-XIIIth cent.

This military and monastic order appeared in the Holy Land at the times of the third crusade but it focused its activity in the colonization of Eastern Prussia, Poland and Baltic countries, bringing Catholicism in the East. In 1199 Pope Innocent 3rd gave them the white surcoats with a black cross that became the insignia of the order. In 1242, the knights of the Order were defeated in the battle of Lake Peipus by Alexander Nevsky, prince of Novgorod. Content 17 riders.
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1:72 The Knights XIth Century Crusaders

Article number: 510006009 Product: 1/72 The Knights XIth Century Crusaders The first Crusade took place at the end of 11th Century and culminated with the siege and conquest of Jerusalem in 1099 by Godfrey of Bouillon, that led to the birth of the Outremer crusader states. The kit represents the diversity of troops that took part in the war. The knights, heavy cavalry wearing chain mail armor and carrying the large almond-shaped shields typical of the age, fought alongside infantry and crossbowmen recruited in various Christian European countries. Content 9 horsemen and 25 figures.
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1:72 Union Artillery

In the summer of 1863, the Confederate army led by Lee played for keeps by sending a large contingent to the North, up to Pennsylvania. It clashed with the Union army at Gettysburg, where the biggest battle ever to be fought on American soil took place. After three days of desperate struggle, the Confederates had to admit their defeat. At Gettysburg, the Potomac army Union artillery contributed to contain the Confederate advance, affecting the outcome of the battle. Contains: 3 riders 10 figures 8 horses 1 covered wagon cannon
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1:72 Union Cavalry 1863 The blue jackets

The battle of Appomattox Courthouse, during the American Civil War, was the final effort of General Robert E. Lee's Confederate army of North Virginia before his surrender to General Ulysses S. Grant, commander-in-chief of the Union army. General Sheridan's Union cavalry played a decisive role. The soldiers in this kit are represented with the typical cavalry short jacket without epaulettes, the Mc Clellan or chasseur hat, and the typical Sharps & Smith carbines. Contains: 15 riders 2 figures 2 horses
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1:72 Union Infantry and Zuaves

Article number: 510006012 Product: 1/72 Union Infantry and Zouaves The Union infantry has held, during the Civil War period, the weight of the most famous battles (Bull Run, Antietam, Gettysburg) suffering a very high number of losses. The uniform was characterized by the typical blue jacket. The officers often wore a tailor-made longer coat (redingote). Many infantry units adopted uniforms similar to those of the French Zouaves, who became famous during the campaigns in Crimea and Italy, with dark blue tunics decorated in red, white spats and the typical large red trousers. The uniform was completed with the red fez with tassel. Contents 50 figures.
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1:72 Vietnam War - Vietn. Army/Vietcong

Article number: 510006079 Product: 1/72 Vietnam War - Vietn. Army/Vietcong The armed forces of the National Liberation Front (NLF) were composed both by regular units of the North Vietnam army and by irregulars. The term "vietcong" was used as a generic term for NLF soldiers, but in common iconography it represents the irregular guerrillas. The vietcong were armed with Soviet-produced weapons like the ubiquitous AK-47 Kalašnikov assault rifle, or the semi-automatic SKS carbine. In January 1968, they took part in the massive Tet Offensive during the night of the Vietnamese New Year.
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1:72 WW2 - British Infantry

Article number: 510006056 Product: 1/72 WW2 British Infantry On June 6th,1944, General Dempsey's troops of the British Expeditionary Force, composed by the 3rd and 50th English Division and by the Canadian 3rd Division, landed on the beaches of Normandy codenamed Sword, Juno, and Gold. The D-Day had thus come. The British Expeditionary Force was to land and quickly take over the town of Caen. Americans, landing at Omaha and Utha in the West, were to seize control of the Cotenin peninsula and the Cherbourg port. Contents 42 figures.
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1:72 WW2 - Russ. Infantry (Winter Unif.)

In February 1943, the VI German Army led by General Von Paulus surrendered at Stalingrad. The victory of the Red Army, an important turning point of World War II, became a symbol or Soviet resistance but also of the horrors of war. Street fighting in Stalingrad in the month of December and January took place with temperatures close to -40 C. The Red Army's winter equipment, remarkably better than the Wehrmacht's, was decisive during the battle. Contains 48 figures.
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1:72 WW2 - Russian Infantry

Article number: 510006057 Product: 1/72 WW2 - Russian Infantry During World War II, the Red Army counted more than 11 millions of men including troopers, NCOs and officers. The huge mobilization ordered by Stalin as a reaction to the German invasion in June 1941 (Operation Barbarossa) made of the Red Army the largest army in history. The models in this kit are represented with the characteristic individual equipment of the Soviet trooper: the already obsolete Mosin-Nagant rifles, the Svt-40 semiautomatic rifles, and the P.P.Sh submachineguns with drum magazine. Contents 46 figures and 2 horses.
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1:72 WW2 - US Paratroopers

Article number: 510006063 Product: 1/72 WW2 - US Paratroopers The 101st Airborne Division is the most famous paratroopers unit that served in World War II. It was nicknamed "screming eagle" because of the insignia (an eagle with an open beak) the soldiers carried on the shoulder. The 101st Airborne took part in the military operations of D-Day with many drops on strategical objectives behind enemy lines. The 101st Airborne also took part in Operation Market Garden and especially in the battle of the Ardennes, at the siege of Bastogne, where they strenuously resisted the last counterattack of the German troops.
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1:72 WWII German Afrika Korps

THE BOX CONTAINS 48 FIGURES + SOME ACCESSORIES After the loss of Cyrenaica, Italy requested a German intervention, and in February 1941 the first troops of what was to become the famous Deutsche Afrika Korps led by General Erwin Rommel were sent to North Africa. The troops of the Axis in a few months took back Cyrenaica and Tobruk, and advanced into Egypt. Constantly short on supplies, they were defeated by the 8th British Army at El Alamein. The additional pressure caused by the American arrival in Morocco forced the Afrika Korps to gradually retreat in Tunisia during 1943.
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1:72 WWII German PAK40 AT Gun w/servants

Article number: 510006096 Product: 1/72 WWII German PAK40 AT Gun w/servants The 75mm Panzerabwehrkanone Pak 40 was brought in service at the beginning of 1941 and became the standard anti-tank gun of the German army. Despite being less powerful than the more famous "88", it was employed on all the fronts with excellent results. A light and easy to handle weapon, it weighed only 1500 kg and it was able to penetrate a 70mm plate at a range of 2000 meters. Slightly modified, it was also used on tank destroyers like the Marder, the Stug III and the Hetzer.
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1:72 2nd WW German Paratroopers

The "Fallschirmjäger" were, during the war, merged in the fighting bodies of the Luftwaffe for a better coordination with the air forces. The conquest of Crete during operation Merkur, in May 1941, was one of the biggest successes of German paratroopers. But the casualties were so high that their use was often limited to an elite infantry role more than as airborne troops. In March 1944, General Kurt Student's 1st Division Fallschirmjäger, holding their ground among the ruins of the Monastery of Montecassino, strenuously resisted the advancing Allies. Their resistance was so fierce that they were nicknamed the "Green Devils". Contains 50 figures.
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1:72 Austrian & Russian General Staff

The elite regiment of the Pavlosky Grenadiers parades before the Tzar Alexander 1st of Russia and the Austrian Emperor Francis 2nd. This could be a scene before the battle of Austerlitz in December 1805, when the allies of the third coalition clashed with Napoleon's Grande Armée. Contains 5 riders and 34 figures.
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1:72 Austrian Infantry Nap. Wars

Article number: 510006005 Product: 1/72 Napoleonic Wars: Austrian Infantry The Austrian infantry of the box is represented with the 1798 helmet characterized the light infantry Frei-Corps and Jagers battalions. Later on they have been adopted by most of Austrian riflemen battalions. In the box, the riflemen are flanked by the grenadiers with the distinctive bearskin caps. In July 1809 the Austrian troops, commanded directly by the Archduke Karl himself, were defeated by Napoleon during the Battle of Wagram. The figures may be used for the reproduction of the riflemen regiments or for Grenadiers Corps Reverse commanded by Liechtenstein. The box contains 48 figures and 1 horse.
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1:72 British Heavy Cavalry Napol. Wars

Article number: 510006001 Product: 1/72 British Heavy Cavalry Napol. Wars During the battle of Waterloo the heavy cavalry Regiments of Ponsonby Union Brigade, under the command of the Earl of Uxbridge, was formed by 3 squadrons : the "Royals", the "Scots Grey" and the "Inniskillings." The very famous Union Brigade cavalry charge against the lines of Napoleon, also represented in numerous prints and paintings of the time, contributed significantly to the result of one of the most famous battles of History. Contents 18 horsemen.
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1:72 Fig.-Set Light Cavalry Napol. Wars

14 FIGURES WITH HORSES INCLUDED Light Dragoons and Hussars regiments , including a few units of the "King’s German Legion", part of the third brigade serving under major general Sir W.Dornberg , in June 1815 took part in the famous battle of Waterloo where Napoleon met his definitive defeat. Armed with sabers and Paget model carbines, or with the more common Baker cavalry rifle, they are here represented wearing their typical shako introduced in 1812.
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1:72 French and Indian War 1754-1763

Article number: 510006180 Product: 1:72 French and Indian War 1754-1763 The Seven Years' War took place between 1756 and 1763 and involved all the European Military powers of the time. It was considered, by many historians, as the first world war due to the fact that it spanned several Continents, affecting the Colonies owned by European States. In detail the French and Indian War comprised the North America theater where the Royal French troops, flanked by various indigenous forces allied with them, fought against the British Army and the Thirteen British American Colonies troops. Both armies moved quickly in order to capture and destroy enemy forts and settlements located along the frontiers. The war was very tough due to the severe operational environment and due to the ferocity of the fighting. The war was ended with the signing of the Treaty of Paris, on February 1763, where Britain gained the control of the French Colonies in North America.
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1:72 German Infantry

Wehrmacht was the name used by the German army during the war on all European and North African fronts for almost 6 years, from 1939 to 1945. On September 1st, 1939, two Wehrmacht army groups invaded Poland, thus starting World War II. The models in this kit represent Wehrmacht infantry units with the typical feldgrau-colored uniforms and with individual equipment composed of a Mauser K-98 rifle and a MP40 submachinegun. Contains 50 figures.
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1:72 Union Infantry (Amer. Civil War)

Article number: 510006177 Product: 1/72 Union Infantry (Amer. Civil War) THE BOX INCLUDES 50 FIGURES. The Union infantry has held, during the Civil War period, the weight of the most famous battles (Bull Run, Antietam, Gettysburg) suffering a very high number of losses. The uniform was characterized by the typical blue jacket. The officers often wore a tailor-made longer coat (redingote).
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1:72 WW2 - German Afrika Corps

Article number: 510006076 Product: 1/72 WW2 - German Afrika Corps After the loss of Cyrenaica, Italy requested a German intervention, and in February 1941 the first troops of what was to become the famous Deutsche Afrika Korps led by General Erwin Rommel were sent to North Africa. The troops of the Axis in a few months took back Cyrenaica and Tobruk, and advanced into Egypt. Constantly short on supplies, they were defeated by the 8th British Army at El Alamein. The additional pressure caused by the American arrival in Morocco forced the Afrika Korps to gradually retreat in Tunisia during 1943.
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1:72 WW2 - German Elite Troops (SS)

Article number: 510006068 Product: 1/72 WW2 - German Elite Troops (SS) On 16th December, 1944, the German forces moved through the forests of the Ardennes, in Belgium, to attach the First U.S. Army. This was the Wehrmacht's last offensive on the western front before the final surrender in 1945. The "Wacht am Rhein" plan envisaged, on the part of General Von Rundstedt , the use of many elite units of Wehrmacht and of Waffen SS. The climax of the offensive was the siege of Bastogne, on December 21st, 1944. The town was defended by the 101st Airborne Division. The models in this kit are equipped with the innovative Sturmgewehr 44 which can be considered the precursor of today's assault rifles. Content 48 figures.
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