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King And Country
Crimea Campaign 1854-1856
Pike & Musket
Remember the Alamo
The Real West
Lawrence of Arabia
-Americans - Battle of the Bulge
-Americans Battle of Pacific
-British Market Garden
-British RAF - Royal Air Force
-British The 8th Army
-German - Afrika Corps
-German - Battle of the Bulge
German - Cossacks
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The Red Army
DIE KÖNIGLICHE LEIBGARDE
Galloping past a group of the hated “Long knives” this Northern Cheyenne dog soldier turns in the saddle to fire his Winchester at one of the enemy.
A white-faced Lakota Sioux charges past some more of the beleaguered “Bluecoats” fighting for their lives against the thousands of attacking Indians.
Riding his favorite war pony this Arapaho warrior brandishes his stone club about to bring it down on the head of some unfortunate 7th Cavalry trooper.
This Northern Cheyenne was well-known for his accuracy with a bow and arrow and was reputed to have killed Tom Custer, the General’s younger brother. - See more at: http://www.kingandcountry.com/black-hawk-p-9011.html#sthash.ONz0z8cJ.dpuf
Fight to the Death
The Cut-Throat Duel
A relative of the great Sioux leader “Sitting Bull” carries his “coup stick” as he prepares to “count coup” on his bluecoat enemies.
“Hawk Man” (casualty)
This Hunkpapa Sioux warrior is shot off his horse by…
The Plains Warrior
A mounted Arapaho ally of the Sioux and Cheyenne at the battle he gallops forward eager to come to grips with the hated “Long Knives”. - See more at: http://www.kingandcountry.com/shield-p-9010.html#sthash.9ZOte5wb.dpuf
"Rain in the Face"
Red Stripe - Cheyenne “Dog Soldier”
War Bonnet w/Guidon
"To the Death"
Another mounted Sioux warrior firing his carbine at a dismounted cavalry trooper.
One of the most famous Cheyenne war chiefs. Here he is resplendent with a magnificent war bonnet riding his favorite pony.
This well armed Cheyenne warrior carries both bow and arrows….and a captured U.S. Army carbine.
Proudly wearing a buffalo head dress (complete with horns) this running Sioux brave carries his war shield, club and….a U.S. Army revolver.
Appropriately this well-armed Sioux warrior is wearing a deerskin complete with deer’s head and antlers to frighten the rapidly retreating “Longknives”.
A Cheyenne "Dog Soldier" well-known for his accuracy with bow and arrow.
Chief Gall was another Lakota Sioux war chief who has been credited with being instrumental in the Indians’ victory over Custer. He anticipated a typical Custer “two-pronged” attack on the Indian village….First he helped repulse Major Reno’s assault on the southeast of the Indian encampment… Then he moved his forces north towards the center to halt Custer’s attack across the Little Bighorn river. Finally he chased the cavalrymen back up and onto the bluffs where many made their last stand. Gall is simply dressed and armed with tomahawk.
Another of the great Lakota Sioux war chiefs and a close friend of “Sitting Bull”. In the spring of 1876 he joined sitting sitting Bull’s band and traveled with them to the Little Bighorn River. During the battle itself it is said he shot several troopers with his Winchester repeating rifle while riding in the saddle. It is also rumoured that he personally cut out the heart of Tom Custer the general’s brother. In addition to his rifle Rain-In-The-Face also carries a Colt revolver.
Buffalo Calf Road Woman
Illustrates one of the many females who took part in the battle. A Northern Cheyenne she fought alongside her husband at the Little Bighorn and is said to have knocked Custer himself off his horse during the fight. Here she fires her revolver at a dismounted “Long Knife”…..
Next to “Sitting Bull”, probably the most famous of the Sioux war chiefs was Crazy Horse. An Oglala Lakota he took up arms against the U.S. government because of their many broken treaties and constant encroachment on Indian lands. A skilled leader and a brave warrior, it is said that he led the attack that out-flanked Custer and his men at the Little Bighorn and sealed their fate. Our figure shows him carrying his Winchester repeating rifle and charging his pony towards the battle.
‘The Combined Buffalo Set’
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