British Infantry

     
 
British Infantry
 
     

The British Comet Tank

The British Comet Tank
This cruiser tank was a better designed and much improved armoured vehicle than its predecessor, the Cromwell. Mounting a new 77mm High Velocity main gun in a lower profile turret it was hugely effective against all German armour. Following its battlefield success in the last months of the war the Comet saw extensive service post war in Korea and Germany and remained with the British Army until the late 1950’s. It also led directly to the development of the ‘Centurion’ tank, Britain’s finest and most successful tank of the post 1945 period. Our new K&C model is in the markings of a tank belonging to The Fife & Forfar Yeomanry (44 Brigade) of the 11th British Armoured Division. Two small crew figures are included.
226,66 EUR

Bren Gun Carrier

Bren Gun Carrier
This particular Universal Carrier also has a Vickers Machine Gun mounted on top to add some extra firepower. The vehicle includes a driver.
186,66 EUR

The Daimler MK. II Armoured Car

The Daimler MK. II Armoured Car
This was one of the most successful British military designs of WW2. Conceived in parallel development to the Daimler “Dingo”Scout Car this heavier armoured car mounted a 2 pdr. Quick Firing cannon alongside a coaxial Besa 7.92 machine gun in the turret. Occasionally a Bren Gun might also be added atop the turret for anti- aircraft defense. After the success of our “Desert” version K&C decided to produce a second one for Northwest Europe. Produced in typical British olive drab this new version is in the markings of 44 Brigade belonging to XXX Corps which fought all the way from Normandy through France, into Holland and finally all the way up to Northern Germany by war’s end. Our K&C model comes with an NCO vehicle commander belonging to the famous 11TH Hussars.
159,99 EUR

Morris C8 Field Artillery Tractor & Limber

Morris C8 Field Artillery Tractor & Limber
Commonly known as the “Quad” this was the British and Empire’s primary vehicle to haul the 25 pounder gun howitzer and its limber. Originally designed in the late 1930’s as war with Germany approached the Morris C8 Quad came into operational service with the Royal Artillery in October 1939…It stayed in production throughout the war until 1945. During the war (and for many years afterwards) they saw action wherever and whenever British and Empire Forces were engaged. Our K&C model sports typical “Mickey Mouse” camouflage and comes complete with a seated R.A. driver and the artillery limber for the ammunition. - See more at: http://www.kingandcountry.com/morris-field-artillery-tractor-limber-p-7790.html#sthash.XJHl39Uh.dpuf
186,66 EUR

Major "Mad Jack" Churchill

Major "Mad Jack" Churchill
Jack Churchill (1906-1996) was no relation to the more famous Winston but shared the same spirit and thirst for danger and excitement. Originally commissioned into the British Army in 1926 he left the Army 10 years later before rejoining at the outbreak of war in 1939. After the Fall of France in 1940 he joined the newly-formed “Commandos” and rose, by 1942 to be second-in-command of No.3 Commando...A brave and energetic officer he was also a certified military eccentric...playing the bagpipes...using a bow and arrow in combat...and carrying a basket hilted Scottish broadsword into battle!!! He finished the war as a Lieutenant Colonel and was awarded 2 x Distinguished Service Orders. He finally retired from the army in 1959. Here we show him carrying his “Tommy Gun” in one hand...and his famous Scottish Broadsword in the other. - See more at: http://www.kingandcountry.com/major-jack-churchill-p-9311.html#sthash.JSjtismY.dpuf
39,99 EUR

M3A3 “Stuart” Light Tank

M3A3 “Stuart” Light Tank
Named after the famous Confederate Cavalry leader our little “Stuart” is in the markings of the 5th Royal Tank Regiment and belongs to the 22nd Armoured Brigade of the famous British 7th. Armoured Division (The Desert Rats). Apart from its small 37mm main gun it is equipped with 2 x .30 caliber machine guns and a half-body tank commander.
159,99 EUR

Crawling Commando

Crawling Commando
Knife in one hand this Commando is about to take care of the third unfortunate guard…
37,33 EUR

Knife To The Neck

Knife To The Neck
Another knifing technique is the stab to the side of the neck…Extremely painful but the victim will bleed to death in seconds…a bit messy though!
73,33 EUR

Grenadier

Grenadier
This Commando is just about to throw his “Mills” bomb at the enemy.
37,33 EUR

Taking Out The Guard

Taking Out The Guard
This great fighting double…is a little one-sided…the poor German guard never knew what hit him! A Commando dagger thrust in the side of the back was reckoned to be so painful you couldn’t even scream!!!
73,33 EUR

Radio Operator

Radio Operator
Carrying the large British back-pack field radio most operators also carried a side arm…In this case a Browing 9mm Automatic.
39,99 EUR

Firing "Tommy" Gun

Firing "Tommy" Gun
In the early days of the Commandos, the Thompson sub machine gun was one of the main weapons of choice…This NCO takes careful aim with his.
37,33 EUR

Shooting Officer

Shooting Officer
Binos in one hand, .455 Webley Service revolver in the other this officer leads his men into the attack.
37,33 EUR

Major-General Percy Hobart

Major-General Percy Hobart
A fine "personality" figure of one of the "forgotten heroes" of D. Day. Percy Hobart devised and designed many of the specialized armoured vehicles that made the D. Day landings so successful. Here he is dressed in a classic British “duffel coat” and wearing a tank corps black beret. He also commanded the 79th. Armoured Division.
38,66 EUR

Officer with Map Case

Officer with Map Case
"Where exactly are we?" Battlefields are busy and confusing places and in the "fog of war" it's very easy to get lost... This officer is double checking his position.
35,99 EUR

Radio Opereator

Radio Opereator
A radio operator should, whenever possible, stay closeby his officer.
38,66 EUR
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