Academy 1:35 - US Tank Crew Vietnam - Plastic Figure Model Kit #35005
This kit represents four US tankmen and one Vietnamese civilian. Includes optional heads and accessories.
Academy 1:35 - German Tank Crew (Replaces ACA01371) - Plastic Figure Model Kit #13253
The kit includes parts for the assembly of four figures. Glue and paint are not included.
Black Dog Models 1:35 British Sniper WWI N°1 Resin Figure #F35216
This kit features one resin 1:35 scale model British soldier holding a 1914 Enfield rifle and a dummy 'Tommy' (these were often made from papier-mâché. The Germans employed snipers first in WWI, often sniper kills were believed to be accidental stray shots until scopes were discovered on the battlefield. A notable figure on the British side was Major Hesketh Hesketh-Prichard, he noticed that some British units were losing up to 5 men a day to enemy sniper fire. He took action at first by using his own money to buy in rifle optics to conduct tests and went on to set up the First Army School of Sniping, Observation, and Scouting in France.
Kit contains 1x figure. Requires some assembly.
Black Dog Models 1:35 British Sniper WWI N°2 Resin Figure #F35217
This kit features one resin 1:35 scale model British soldier holding a Lee–Enfield SMLE Mk III rifle. The Germans employed snipers first in WWI, often sniper kills were believed to be accidental stray shots until scopes were discovered on the battlefield. A notable figure on the British side was Major Hesketh Hesketh-Prichard, he noticed that some British units were losing up to 5 men a day to enemy sniper fire. He took action at first by using his own money to buy in rifle optics to conduct tests and went on to set up the First Army School of Sniping, Observation, and Scouting in France.
Kit contains 1x figure. Requires some assembly.
Royal Marine Mountain Leader / SBS / SAS Resin 1/35 scale figure
This figure represents a Mountain leader of the Royal Marines or British Special Forces soldier from the Falklands War conflict of 1982.
When Argentina invaded the Falklands in 1982, the Mountain and Arctic Warfare Cadre (M&AWC) was re-tasked from their training role to a combat role. Patrols were created for 3 Commando Brigade. Following the main amphibious landings on May 21st, 4-man patrols were inserted onto the islands where they carried out reconnaissance missions, adding to the capability that SAS and SBS patrols who already operating provided to the task force. Their operations were not limited to reconnaissance, however. Ten days after the main landings, the M&AWC engaged in a successful direct assault with Argentine Special Forces at Top Malo House.
Kit contains 1 x figure. Requires some assembly.
Black Dog Models 1:35 US Snipers Set - Resin kit #F35117
This kit features one resin 1:35 scale model US soldier, dressed in a Ghillie suit and carrying an M24 rifle. The sculptor has done a good job creating the Ghillie suit as it reflects mixed sizes of hessian strips and overall disrupt the shape of the sniper. The suits also have padding on the front for extended periods of crawling. The spotter (US Sniper with Binoculars) available separately is also using a sniper rifle. The M24 has been gradually replaced by other weapon systems in the few years before 2014.
Kit contains 1x figure. Requires some assembly.
Black Dog Models 1:35 US Snipers Set - Resin kit #F35118
This kit features one resin 1:35 scale model US soldier, dressed in a Ghillie suit and carrying binoculars and an M24 rifle. The sculptor has done a good job creating the Ghillie suit as it reflects mixed sizes of hessian strips and overall disrupt the shape of the sniper. The suits also have padding on the front for extended periods of crawling. The M24 has been gradually replaced by other weapon systems in the few years before 2014.
Kit contains 1x figure. Requires some assembly.
Black Dog Models 1:35 US Snipers Set - Resin kit #F35119
This kit features two resin 1:35 scale model US soldiers, both dressed in Ghillie suits and carrying M24 rifles. The sculptor has done a good job creating the Ghillie suits as they reflect mixed sizes of hessian strips and overall disrupt the shape of the sniper. The suits also have padding on the front for extended periods of crawling. The spotter in this kit is also using a sniper rifle which is less common for US Sniper teams. The M24 has been gradually replaced by other weapon systems in the few years before 2014.
Kit contains 2x figures. Requires some assembly.
Division Miniatures 1:35 German Gebirgsjäger, Mountain Infantry, WWII - Resin Figure #35-053
The light infantry section of German and Austrian alpine troops are called Gebirgsjäger (Jäger - 'hunter'). The Gebirgsjäger, along with German paratroopers, are considered the elite infantry units of the German Army.
During the Second World War, the Gebirgsjäger units were lightly equipped and often used mules as their transport. Mountain infantry men carried fewer automatic weapons than regular infantry and could be identified by the edelweiss insignia on their sleeves and caps. Machine gunners usually had more ammunition than the regular infantry.
The Gebirgsjäger troops took part in a number of WWII battles, including the Gothic Line, the invasion of Crete, the operations in the Caucasus and others.
The kit includes one unpainted resin figure of a German soldier.
Division Miniatures 1:35 German SS Tank Crew 1944 WWII - Resin Figure #DT35-036 - 3EA (2 Heads)
The Waffen SS had three Panzer Battalions: the 101st, 102nd and 103rd SS Heavy Panzer Battalion. These were renamed in 1944 as SS Heavy Panzer Battalion 501, 502 and 503 respectively (in German Schwere SS-Panzer-Abteilung 503). Each Battalion employed Tiger I and Tiger II tanks at varying stages of the war, the latter was introduced in 1944.
The kit includes one unpainted resin figure of a German SS Tank Crew soldier and comes with 2 head variants as pictured, one wearing the M1943 field cap and the other an overseas cap. Either were worn by Officers or Enlisted men, with variations to the silver piping on the overseas cap often being the only marked difference. See here for more useful details on getting the uniforms right.
Division Miniatures 1:35 Resin Figure - Modern US Sniper .50 Cal - Resin Figure #35-093
US Army and Marine Snipers normally operate in small teams. This can consist of a Sniper/Spotter or a Sniper, Spotter and Flanker. The Sniper carries out the long range shooting with the support and shot assessment from the Spotter, while the Flanker provides security.
The kit includes one unpainted resin figure of a US Army/Marine Sniper with a Barrett .50 cal long range rifle.
Division Miniatures 1:35 Resin Figure - Modern US Spotter - Resin Figure #35-094
A spotter assists his partner in observing of targets, judging weather/atmospheric conditions and conducts supporting tasks such as security of the location, comms; calling for artillery and close air support.
The kit includes one unpainted resin figure of an American Spotter, also included is a silenced M4 Carbine, Backpack and Camera/Optics bag, a Spotting Scope and a piece of wall scenery for use on the base/diorama.
Division Miniatures 1:35 Resin Figure - U.S. 101st Airborne Division, Normandy 1944 - Resin Figure #35-062
During the Second World War, the 101st Airborne Division was renowned for its role in the D-Day airborne landings on June 6, 1944 in Normandy. The division's objectives included securing the four causeway exits behind Utah Beach, destroying a German coastal artillery battery at Saint-Martin-de-Varreville, capturing a number of buildings, footbridges, destroying highway bridges and more. The 101st Airborne Division managed to secure the beach exits, which was its most important mission, as well as disrupt German communications and establish roadblocks to impede the movement of German reinforcements.
The kit includes one unassembled unpainted resin figure of a U.S. Army soldier from the 101st Airborne Division during the Operation Overlord in 1944.
Division Miniatures 1:35 US Army/Marine L.R.R.P. (Vietnam) - Resin Figure #35-048
L.R.R.P. or Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol units were first used during the Vietnam war by the 101st Airborne Division in 1965. Various Infantry Divisions followed suit and by 1966 all Infantry Divisions had been authorised to establish their own L.R.R.P. unit. Training to become a L.R.R.P. soldier was strenuous and training staff were often Special Forces trained soldiers that had graduated from the infamous 'Recondo School' in Nha Trang. The USMC also used Force Recon and Battalion Recon teams to conduct long ranged recon operations. USMC Recon teams were normally larger in size and more heavily armed, unlike their Army and SF counterparts, Marine Recon did not commonly use indigenous Montagnards as scouts.
In 1969 all Army 'Lurps' were merged into the 75th Infantry Regiment (Ranger).
The kit includes one unpainted resin figure of an American L.R.R.P. soldier with Alice pack and Colt Carbine.
Division Miniatures 1:35 US Marine Sniper (Vietnam) - Resin Figure #35-046
US Marine Corps infantrymen and reconnaissance Marines graduated from the US Marine Corps Scout Sniper School are known as Scout Snipers. In order to get this designation, the snipers must be conferred the rank of Lance Corporal, be selected to enter the scout-sniper platoon, and finish a special training course.
The main skills of a USMC Scout Sniper include fieldcraft, marksmanship and map-reading. The primary battlefield role of the sniper is to support the infantry battalion by executing aimed fire on selected targets as well as to perform reconnaissance and surveillance tasks.
The kit is based on a photo of Lance Corporal Dalton Gunderson 3rd Marine Division scanning the area for VC snipers with a Winchester Model 70 during Operation Virginia in 1966. This picture is often misattributed as being Carlos Hathcock, a legendary sniper of the US Marine Corps. During the Vietnam War, Hathcock killed at least 93 Vietnamese soldiers. At that time an officer had to witness the kills to confirm them. That made the confirmation difficult as officers could not be present every time a sniper shot the enemy. Hathcock asserted that he had killed over 300 men in Vietnam.
The kit includes one unpainted resin figure of an American USMC sniper and a Winchester Model 70 sporting rifle (unofficially issued in Vietnam and used by Hathcock and others during his first tour).
Dragon 1:35 - British SBS with Kayak, World's Elite Force Series - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3023
The SBS, or Special Boat Service is a special forces unit of the Royal Navy. The SBS recruits mainly from the ranks of Royal Marine Commandos. The main tasks of SBS soldiers include intelligence gathering, counter-terrorism operations, disruption of enemy infrastructure, reconnaissance and direct action in foreign territory.
The kit includes parts for the assembly of two SBS soldiers and a Klepper canoe with accessories. The soldiers carry equipment that matches 1980's to 1990's era operations (e.g. Northern Ireland, Gulf War) including a silenced M16A2 assault rifle with a starlight night vision scope and an L96 sniper rifle. This kit is good for customisation and the military Klepper canoe is the only of its kind in 1/35 scale that we know of.
Dragon 1:35 - Commanders Conference, Kharkov 1943 - Plastic Model Kit #6144
On the 19th of February 1943, the II SS Panzer Corps and two panzer armies under the command of Field Marshal Erich von Manstein launched their counterstrike on the Eastern Front, aimed to recapture Kharkov and Belgorod. With extensive air support from Luftflotte 4, in two weeks the German Army defeated the Red Army south of Kharkov and was able to directly engage the city on the 11th of March. After four days of house-to-house fighting, Kharkov was recaptured by the 1st SS Panzer Division on March the 15th. This series of battles is known as the Third Battle of Kharkov, which cost the Red Army over 80,000 casualties. Bevin Alexander, a military historian, called the Third Battle of Kharkov "the last great victory of German arms in the Eastern Front".
This kit contains over 35 parts for the assembly of four figures of German officers in winter uniforms.
Dragon 1:35 - German Combat Unit, Waffen SS, Ardennes 1944-45 - Plastic Model Kit #6002
The last major German offensive on the Western Front of WWII, the Battle of the Bulge ('Unternehmen Wacht am Rhein' or the Ardennes Counteroffensive) was launched on the 16th of December 1944 through the dense forest of Ardennes in eastern Belgium. The German plan was to destroy the Allied armies and force them to negotiate a peace treaty in Germany's favour. Germany would then be able to fully concentrate their efforts on the Eastern Front.
The German Army planned this offensive with utmost secrecy, and on 16 December 1944 the surprise attack caught the Allies completely off guard. American forces incurred their highest casualties of any operation during WWII. However fierce resistance on the Elsenborn Ridge and around Bastogne impeded the German advance and allowed the Allies to reinforce their troops. Subsequent Allied air attacks led to the failure of the offensive. The Battle of the Bulge was the second bloodiest battle in American history.
This kit contains over 60 parts for the assembly of four figures of German soldiers.
Dragon 1:35 - German Gebirgsjager, Caucasus 1942 - Plastic Model Kit #6045
During WWII, Germany raised a number of mountain infantry units - Gebirgsjäger. These divisions usually carried fewer automatic weapons than their regular infantry counterparts, although the MG 34 or MG 42 machine gunners had more ammunition compared to regular infantry. Gebirgsjäger wore edelweiss insignia on their sleeves and caps.
German Mountain Divisions took part in many battles over the course of WWII. In 1942, they participated in the offensive in the Caucasus area on the Eastern Front, named Operation Edelweiss. The German plan was to gain control over the Caucasus and to capture the oil fields in Azerbaijan. In August-September 1942, Wehrmacht took the cities of Stavropol, Maykop, Krasnodar, Mozdok and Novorossiysk. On the 21st of August, the 1st Mountain Division planted the flag of Nazi Germany on the summit of Mount Elbrus, the highest mountain in the Caucasus Mountains and in Europe.
This kit contains 63 parts for the assembly of four figures.
Dragon 1:35 - German Nachtjager, Berlin 1945 - Plastic Figure Model Kit #6089
An active infrared device codenamed the Vampir (ZG 1229) was developed for the Wehrmacht for use on rifles and machine guns at night time. The Wehrmacht soldiers started to use Vampir gear at the final stages of WWII. Soldiers who carried the Vampir were known as Nachtjäger - night hunters. Along with the device, they also carried a 13.5 kilogram wooden cased battery for the light, and another battery inside a gas mask container to power the image converter. The sensor operated in the upper infrared spectrum and therefore was not sensitive to body heat.
The kit includes parts for the assembly of four German soldiers, three with night scope rifles (the Vampir mounted on the MP44) and one with an anti-aircraft shoulder fire weapon - the Fliegerfaust.
Dragon 1:35 - German Snipers - Plastic Model Kit #6093
The kit contains 56 parts for the assembly of four German snipers. This includes two pairs of figures - a sniper and an observer in each pair, in winter and spring/autumn uniforms. Suitable for a wide range of WWII dioramas/locations.
Dragon 1:35 - German Sturmpioniere with Assault Raft (Kleiner Floßsack 34) - Plastic Model Kit #6076
During WWII, German Sturmpionier units performed a variety of tasks, primarily breaching enemy fortifications and building bridgeheads. They were usually armed with flame throwers, machine guns and heavy explosives. Sturmpioniere were trained in assault, demolition including destroying enemy bunkers, hand-to-hand combat, and using smoke candles, grenades and explosives.
Sturmpionier units played an important role in the success of the crossing of the Meuse river in May 1940, which enabled Germany to capture Sedan and effectively led to the defeat of France in June 1940.
The kit contains over 60 parts for the assembly of three figures and a Kleiner Floßsack 34 raft.
Dragon 1:35 - Italian Paratroopers, Anzio 1944 - Plastic Model Kit #6741
The Italian Paratroopers Division "Nembo" was officially formed in November 1942. Following the armistice of September 1943 which stipulated the surrender of Italy to the Allies, violent conflicts arose in the division with some units wishing to comply with the directives of the Italian Government and others refusing to accept the change of alliances. As a result some of the "Nembo" division units became part of the Italian Co-belligerent Army and fought alongside the Allies for the liberation of Italy, while others remained on the German side. The latter participated in the German counterattack at Anzio since February 1944. The Battle of Anzio was part of the Italian Campaign of WWII which started with Operation Shingle, the Allied amphibious landing on the 22nd of January 1944, and ended in June 1944 with the capture of Rome.
This kit contains over 60 parts for the assembly of four figures of Italian paratroopers. The paratroopers are wearing a mix of Italian and German uniforms - German Fallschirmjager smocks and Italian helmets and vests. Weapons and accessories are also a mix of Italian and German.
Dragon 1:35 - SEAL 'Nam' Series - Plastic Model Kit #3302
In 1961-1962 the US Army began to establish guerrilla and counter-guerrilla units from the Navy's Underwater Demolition Teams. These units were able to operate from sea, air and land. The first two teams of US Navy SEALs (Sea, Air, and Land Teams) were formed in January 1962. They were trained in unconventional areas such as high-altitude parachuting, hand-to-hand combat, demolitions, and foreign languages. Their mission was to conduct clandestine operations and counter guerilla warfare in maritime and riverine environments.
The first SEALs were deployed to South Vietnam (in and around Da Nang) in 1962. Initially their purpose was to train the commandos of the Army of the Republic of Vietnam in guerrilla/anti-guerrilla tactics, combat diving and demolitions. Later in the war, the SEALs were positioned in the Rung Sat Special Zone and the Mekong Delta, disrupting the enemy supply and troop movements and fulfilling riverine operations. Eventually there were 8 SEAL platoons in Vietnam on a continuing basis.
By 1970, the US began to remove its presence from the Vietnam War, returning the responsibility of defense back to South Vietnam. The last SEAL platoon left the country in 1971 and the last SEAL advisor left in 1973. In April 1975 South Vietnam fell to the communist forces.
This kit contains over 80 parts for the assembly of four figures of the US Navy SEALs in Vietnam.
Dragon 1:35 - Stalingrad Inferno - Plastic Model Kit #6343
The Battle of Stalingrad was the largest battle of WWII and the bloodiest confrontation in the history of warfare, with almost 2 million people killed, wounded or captured. From August 1942 until February 1943, Germany and its allies fought the Red Army for control of the city of Stalingrad. After over five months of heavy fighting, Axis forces exhausted their ammunition and food and the remaining units surrendered. After the Battle of Stalingrad, the Nazi government for the first time publicly acknowledged a failure in its war effort.
This kit contains over 50 parts for the assembly of four figures of German soldiers during the Battle of Stalingrad in 1942-1943.
ICM 1:35 - British Infantry (1914)
In 1914 the British Army was a relatively small professional force, supported by a Territorial reserve. The six divisions sent to the Western Front, called the British Expeditionary Force, numbered just under 250,000 men.
This kit contains parts for the assembly of four figures; one officer and three enlisted men.
ICM 1:35 - British Infantry in Gas Masks (1917) 4 Figures
British Infantrymen are seen wearing M2 gas masks in 1917 to protect them from phosgene gas.
This kit contains parts for the assembly of four figures and weapons.
ICM 1:35 - Gurkha Rifles (1944) 4 Figures #35563
The Royal Gurkha Rifles (RGR) is a rifle regiment of the British Army, forming part of the Brigade of Gurkhas. Unlike other regiments in the British Army, RGR soldiers are recruited from Nepal, which is neither a dependent territory of the United Kingdom nor a member of the Commonwealth.
Master box 1:32 - Pilots of Luftwaffe, WWII Era - Plastic Figures Model Kit #3202
The Luftwaffe was officially created in 1935, but had existed in the shadows of Germany since the end of WWI. Air superiority was critical to all sides in all theatres during the war and the battles that raged in the skies over Europe were deadly and terrible.
The kit represents two German pilots and a crewman, preparing for their sorties.
The box contains parts for assembly of three figures.
Master Box 1:32 RAF Pilots, WWII Era - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3206
This kit includes three airmen of the RAF, prepped to take off at short notice. One appears to be demonstrating an aerial manoeuvre to his colleagues while the Squadron dog looks on holding a parachute. Paints and Glue required to assemble.
Master Box 1:35 British and German Cavalrymen WWI Era - Plastic Figure Model Kit #35184
The kit depicts the early period of the First World War when mounted cavalry divisions still took part in battles. It represents a fight between a German Black Hussar and a British Dragoon.
The kit includes parts for the assembly of two Cavalrymen and two horses. Glue and paint are not included.
Master Box 1:35 British and German Infantry, Battles in North Africa - Hand-to-hand fight, Kit 1 - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3592
The kit represents two British and three German soldiers in hand-to-hand combat on the battlefields of Northern Africa during WWII. Includes parts for the assembly of five figures and accessories. Glue and paint are not included.
Master Box 1:35 British and German soldiers, Somme Battle, 1916 - Plastic Figure Model Kit #35158
In July 1916 the allied forces of the British and French armies fought a battle with German troops which lasted almost four months. The offensive took place on both sides of the River Somme in France and was the largest battle of WWI in the Western Theatre. Both British and French forces lost over 600 thousand soldiers. The German casualties were nearly the same. On the whole, more than one million men were injured or killed which makes the Battle of the Somme the most murderous battle of all time. It was also the battle where tanks were first used.
This model figures kit is based on a real photo. It depicts British soldiers and German prisoners. Two Germans are carrying an injured man which can represent either a German or an Englishman depending on the colour of the trousers. Includes parts for the assembly of six figures. Glue and Paints are not included.
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Master Box 1:35 British Infantry in action, Northern Africa, WWII era - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3580
The kit represents British infantrymen attacking the enemy in the African desert. Includes parts for the assembly of five figures. Glue and paint are not included.
Master Box 1:35 British Infantry, Somme Battle period, 1916 - Plastic Figure Model Kit #35146
In July 1916 the allied forces of the British and French armies fought a battle with German troops which lasted almost four months. The offensive took place on both sides of the River Somme in France and was the largest battle of WWI in the Western Theatre. Both British and French forces lost over 600 thousand soldiers. German casualties were nearly the same. On the whole, more than one million men were injured or killed which makes the Battle of the Somme the most murderous battle of all time. It was also the battle where tanks were first used.
This model kit was issued in commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the First World War (1914-1918). It represents British infantrymen preparing for another assault on the Somme battlefield. Includes parts for the assembly of five figures. Glue and paint are not included.
Master Box 1:35 - British Infantry, Western Europe, 1944-45, WWII era - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3585
The kit represents British infantrymen moving through a built up area. Includes parts for the assembly of five figures. Please note the Thompson SMG pictured on the cover art is not included in the set, instead the more historically accurate Sten is included, 5 in total with three variants. There are also other weapons included not pictured on the cover art, see the photo of the reverse of the box. Glue and paint are not included.
Master Box 1:35 Bundeswehr German Military, Present Day - Plastic Figure Model Kit #35195
This kit contains parts for the assembly of five figures of Bundeswehr soldiers with weapons and accessories. The vehicle is not included in the kit.
Three figures of the vehicle crew members in different poses are wearing berets. Two infantrymen in bush hats are next to the vehicle, one is standing with his G36 and the other one is adjusting his backpack.
This kit is versatile and can be a good addition to a diorama featuring modern German vehicles.
Master Box 1:35 Commonwealth AFV Crew - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3564
This kit represents four British Commonwealth soldiers, one of which is a figure of Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, the other three are British tank crew members. They are accompanied by two Bedouins as desert guides. A camel is also included.
Master Box 1:35 Eastern Region Peasants, WWII era - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3588
This set includes parts for the assembly of five figures of Eastern region peasants of the WWII period - two young boys, a young girl, and two elderly people. Also includes an optional head for the older boy, an optional hat for the younger boy, and optional arms for the woman figure that can be assembled in two different variants - pouring a drink or standing still.
Master Box 1:35 France, 1944 - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3578
The Battle of Normandy, codenamed Operation Overlord, was launched by the Allied troops on the 6th of June, 1944. The operation began with the Normandy landings, the largest seaborne invasion in history, when nearly 160,000 Allied troops crossed the English Channel. On the 15th of August the Allies launched Operation Dragoon, the invasion of southern France, and the Liberation of Paris followed on August 25th.
This kit can be used for a vignette or a diorama set in France, 1944. Alternatively, figures can be placed in other settings of WWII Europe.
The kit contains parts for the assembly of three US paratroopers, a child, a young woman, a nun, a farmer's cart, and two horses.
Master Box 1:35 French Resistance 'Maquis' - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3551
The Maquis was a French guerrilla movement fighting on the side of French Resistance during the Vichy regime in occupied France. It began out of small rural bands and consisted of men who were hiding in the mountainous regions of the South of France in order to avoid deportation to German labour camps. Later the bands were organised into larger guerrilla groups. The word "Maquis" can be translated as "thicket" or a "bush". The term is used to name a kind of terrain in the Mediterranean region densely covered by evergreen shrubs.
The kit represents four Maquis guerrillas and a captured German officer.
Master Box 1:35 French Soldier, WWII era - Plastic Figure Model Kit #35173
This kit represents a WWII French soldier with a bicycle. The soldier is armed with a MAS Modèle 36 rifle.
The kit includes parts for the assembly of one bicycle and one figure. Glue and paint are not included.
Master Box 1:35 German Captives, 1944 - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3517
In 1944 Germany suffered great losses on battlefield while Soviet forces grew stronger advancing to the West. Long lines of German soldiers marching to Russia as Soviet prisoners were common for that period. The kit represents five German prisoners of war guided by a Russian infantryman. The German figures are dressed in typical German Filed Grey uniforms. Two of them are wounded having bandages around the injured areas (the head and the arm). The Russian soldier is carrying a knapsack on his back and a bayonet rifle in his arms. He also is wearing a standard Soviet infantry uniform.
The kit includes parts for the assembly of six figures and accessories. Glue and paint are not included.
Master Box 1:35 - "Who's That?" German Mountain Troops & Soviet Marines, Spring 1943 - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3571
The kit includes parts for the assembly of six figures - three Soviet marines and three Wehrmacht Mountain Troops soldiers. The depicted scene takes place in spring 1943.
Master Box 1:35 German Tankmen, WWII era - Plastic Figure Model Kit #35160
The kit includes parts for the assembly of five figures and an oil drum/barrel. Glue and paint are not included.
Master Box 1:35 Hand to Hand Fight, German and British Infantrymen, WWI - Plastic Figure Model Kit #35116
The kit depicts three Germans climbing into a trench to attack two British soldiers.
Includes parts for the assembly of five figures and a trench. Glue and paint are not included.
Master Box 1:35 Operation "Milk Man" - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3565
This kit represents a rural scene with four German infantrymen and cattle. One soldier is milking a cow, two others are helping him, and the last one is drinking milk. Soldiers' weapons and equipment are provided.
Includes parts for the assembly of four figures of German soldiers, two cows and a goat.
Master Box 1:35 - Supplies at last German Soldiers 1944-45 - Plastic Figure Model Kit #3553
The Wehrmacht like any army marched on its stomach, these soldiers are seen carrying water bottles, mess tins and loaves of bread. Ideal for use in a diorama where troops are resupplying between battles.
The kit contains parts for the assembly of two figures.