During the early stages of the Battle large number of GI's surrendered or were captured by the advancing Germans. This set shows 3 unfortunates with their Volksgrenadier guard. For them...
One great-coated German officer reports to his superior on the tactical situation...
Another excellent 2-man set of Mountain Troopers... one carrying his skis the other with an ice pick.
And doing just that are these 3 Volksgrenadiers making an attack on an American position. All are in heavy winter greatcoats with, in two cases, camouflage smocks on top. ...
A mighty beast of a reconnaissance vehicle. This 8-wheeled behemoth has been snow-camouflaged" and comes with a seated, full-body vehicle commander in the turret which mounts a 20mm cannon as...
With all this heavy-metal" on the roads someone's got to keep the traffic moving… The familiar "chained-dog" of the Feldgendarmerie could be seen all German battlefields."
This soldier is carrying the brand-new German Assault Weapon… Only a few thousand were available for front-line troops fighting in the Ardennes. Our model looks like he’s just heard something...
A pair of greatcoat-clad soldaten" perfect for guarding a strong-point, a bridge crossing or anything you like. One carries the obsolete (but still used) Bergmann submachine gun ."
Looking straight ahead, left leg forward, and ready for battle...
Looking to the left, right leg forward, going into action...
This officer is urging his men to speed up and stay together... despite the terrible weather conditions.
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Carrying his MG34 machine gun over his shoulder plus an extra box of ammunition.
Rifle slung over the shoulder and other hand thrust deep into his greatcoat pocket this soldier seems to say I wish I was anywhere but here!""
This soldier is doing his best to stay warm and alert... all at the same time.
Machine Pistol at the ready this NCO knows some enemy might be in the vicinity.
This is a great winterized version of the Panzer IV…This battle-weary Panzer already has its white-washed camouflage fading in places and its mud-smeared wheels and tracks provide evidence of its...
2cm.Flak38 Gun & Seated Gunner
If you get the “gun and gunner” you definitely need the “loader” and “spotter”...All well-wrapped up against the worst of the winter weather...either on the Eastern or Western Fronts!
This greatcoat-clad soldaten is carrying an MG42 machine gun and should stand easily on any of our “winter” armoured vehicles.
Crouching Tank Rider w/Rifle
This late-war Hausser saw more than his fair share of action...even losing an eye in the process. Here, map in hand, he studies the terrain.
This gunner cradles his MG42 as he awaits orders.
This Italian-made vehicle had been due to appear in March but also with Chinese New Year a few items were delayed... But, here it is now... A small batch of...
Clad in padded field jacket and trousers this German paratrooper has discarded his distinctive “FJ” helmet for the more common “coal scuttle” version.
Italy’s Alpine regiments were among the best trained and led in Mussolini’s army. This “Alpini” wears the Italian snow-camouflage “Winter suit” and carries a rifle and his pair of skis....
Similar to the BBG102 but wearing a German-style fur cap.
Listening into his “man pack” field radio this soldier is armed with both pistol and “Gewehr 43” semi-automatic rifle.
Another German para also with the “G43”, this time fitted with a sniper scope. All of these “winter” FJ’s are well-wrapped up in their padded field smocks and trousers against...
This Fallschirmjager NCO is indicating to his men where he wants them to reposition to…
One Fallschirmjager assists his wounded comrade back to a safe location.
A Waffen SS “Chained Dog” (military policeman) indicates the way to some of his advancing comrades. Like Skorzeny, he wears the reversible SS Autumn / Winter Camo Jacket and carries...
This Wehrmacht captain is wearing a non regulation fur cap together with his “Splinter Camo” jacket ... his steel helmet by his side.
As many collectors know the Sturmgeschutz Ⅲ more commonly referred to as the StuGⅢ was Germany’s second most-produced armoured fighting vehicle during World War 2. Built on the chassis of...
Our last infantryman of this release has found himself a white “Snow Smock” and carries his K98 with bayonet fixed! He’s also obtained a nice pair of captured binoculars!