British The 8th Army

     
 
British The 8th Army
 
     

Taking The Fight To The Enemy

Taking The Fight To The Enemy
CSM John Osborn V.C. leads 3 of his Winnipeg Grenadiers into battle. In one hand he holds his ‘Tommy-Gun’, in the other a grenade. All 3 infantrymen carry the standard British .303 Lee Enfield Rifle.
154,66 EUR

LRDG Attack Jeep

LRDG Attack Jeep
This is the first of 2 “Attack Jeeps” K&C are producing. This one mounts a heavy .50 calibre machine gun opposite the front passenger seat and a pair of Vickers .303 machine guns on the back. Plentiful supplies of water and petrol are also carried as well extra ammunition. A 2-man crew completes the set.
173,33 EUR

The Humber MK.II Armoured Car, British 8th army

The Humber MK.II Armoured Car, British 8th army
.After the success of the “Normandy” version of this British Armoured Car we had quite a few requests to produce an 8th Army Humber... and here it is! This one has the normal ‘desert sand’ colour oversprayed with a ‘stone grey’ camouflage pattern. The vehicle includes a commander in the open turret hatch. Our model is in 7th Armoured Division, “The Desert Rats” markings. - See more at: http://www.kingandcountry.com/humber-mkii-armoured-british-eighth-army-p-10260.html#sthash.iVnvwx1d.dpuf
186,66 EUR

Double Trouble

Double Trouble
The men of the LRDG were definitely not “Parade Ground” soldiers. They included in their number many individualists who operated best in small unit operations. Here, an LRDG officer consults his map while his “dismounted” driver examines a captured MP40 “Schmeisser” machine pistol ... Their casual and comfortable style of mixed uniforms would give any Regimental Sergeant Major a heart attack!
89,33 EUR

Lieut Col John "Jack" Easonsmith

Lieut Col John "Jack" Easonsmith
.John R. Easonsmith, known to his friends as “Jack”, was born in Bristol, England in 1909. He joined his local Territorial Army unit in 1939 as a Private and by 1940 had been promoted to Sergeant and recommended for a commission. In December 1940 he was posted to the Middle East and volunteered for the Long Range Desert Group. As a Lieutenant he first commanded the New Zealand ‘R1’ Patrol before being promoted to Captain in August 1941. He led the highly successful BARCE RAID which disrupted German and Italian communications as well as putting out of action an Axis airfield there and destroying over 30 enemy aircraft parked around the airstrip. In October 1942 “Jack” Easonsmith was awarded the Distinguished Service Order in addition to a Military Cross given to him earlier ... and promoted to Major. One year later, by now a Lieutenant Colonel, he commanded the entire LRDG during an ill-fated campaign in the Dodacanese Islands off Greece. Here, he was killed in action on November, 1943
46,66 EUR

M3 Stuart "Honey" Desert Tank

M3 Stuart "Honey" Desert Tank
In support of our 4th Indian Division Sikh infantry is this iconic tracked desert warrior...the American-built, British M3 Stuart (also known as the “Honey”). Our model is in the markings of the 7th Armoured Division, the famous “Desert Rats” and comes with a sitting, full-body vehicle commander in the open top turret hatch.
186,66 EUR

Sikh Charge!

Sikh Charge!
Ninety of these 105mm-armed assault guns were dispatch to North Africa early in 1942. many of these were modified by the British with side skirts. some were not. this is one of the latter. Our vehicle includes a commander figure.
79,99 EUR

Sikh Sergeant

Sikh Sergeant
Ninety of these 105mm-armed assault guns were dispatch to North Africa early in 1942. many of these were modified by the British with side skirts. some were not. this is one of the latter. Our vehicle includes a commander figure.
39,99 EUR

Sikh Motar Team

Sikh Motar Team
Ninety of these 105mm-armed assault guns were dispatch to North Africa early in 1942. many of these were modified by the British with side skirts. some were not. this is one of the latter. Our vehicle includes a commander figure.
89,33 EUR

Sikh Fire Team

Sikh Fire Team
Ninety of these 105mm-armed assault guns were dispatch to North Africa early in 1942. many of these were modified by the British with side skirts. some were not. this is one of the latter. Our vehicle includes a commander figure.
79,99 EUR

Sikh Grenadier

Sikh Grenadier
Ninety of these 105mm-armed assault guns were dispatch to North Africa early in 1942. many of these were modified by the British with side skirts. some were not. this is one of the latter. Our vehicle includes a commander figure.
37,33 EUR

Valentine MK III Tank

Valentine MK III Tank
The Valentine was the most produced of any British-designed tank during WW2. More than 8,000 were built in 11 different marks. They accounted for over one quarter of all British tank production between 1940 and 1944. In addition to serving with both British and Canadian army units large numbers were supplied to Soviet Russia under lend-lease... This is the first K&C Valentine (two more are planned) and is in the markings of the 1st. Army Tank Brigade, stationed in Tobruk, Libya in 1942. Our model “HECTOR” wears the unique “splinter” three-colour camouflage and comes with a vehicle commander.
186,66 EUR

Attacking Officer

Attacking Officer
Webley Service Revolver in hand this young Lieutenant leads his men forward.
35,99 EUR

The M7 Priest, incl. 1 Tank Commander

The M7 Priest, incl. 1 Tank Commander
Ninety of these 105mm-armed assault guns were dispatch to North Africa early in 1942. many of these were modified by the British with side skirts. some were not. this is one of the latter. Our vehicle includes a commander figure.
213,33 EUR
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