German - Battle of the Bulge

German - Battle of the Bulge

FRIEDRICH

FRIEDRICH
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! - See more at: http://www.kingandcountry.com/friedrich-p-10678.html#sthash.mEl1miQN.dpuf
51,99 EUR

Hauptmann Stossel

Hauptmann Stossel
This Wehrmacht captain is wearing a non regulation fur cap together with his “Splinter Camo” jacket ... his steel helmet by his side
49,33 EUR

Sd. Kfz. 234/1 Schwerer Panzerspahwagen

Sd. Kfz. 234/1 Schwerer Panzerspahwagen
This really was a “monster” with a very big “bite” in the shape of that mighty ’88 gun in the hull of the Jagdpanther. This “Bulge” version has had a field-applied coat of snow-camouflage whitewash which already is showing signs of “wear and tear” on its “zimmerit” coating. Two great new crew figures add even more character to the model.
199,99 EUR

SKODA Radschlepper Ost

SKODA Radschlepper Ost
On the Eastern Front one of the most urgent German necessities was for a heavy, multi-purpose tractor that could haul supplies and artillery over the very rough Russian road network. In late 1941, famed German designer, Ferdinand Porsche proposed a large, four-wheeled drive tractor mounted on huge metal wheels that he believed could fill the requirement. He proposed that his design could be built at the Skoda Automobile Plant in German controlled Bohemia and Moravia utilizing its Czech workforce. Work began immediately and by mid 1942 the first samples of Porsche’s design were ready to be tested. The results were at best ... mixed. However an order was placed for 200 of the now-called “Radschlepper Ost”. Although originally meant for service on the Eastern Front, only a handful ever went in that direction. The vast majority served in the West particularly Normandy, the Netherlands and even some during the Ardennes campaign. K&C has chosen the snow-camouflaged “winter” version of the ve
233,33 EUR

"Take Some!"

"Take Some!"
An SS Panzergrenadier offers to share some of his captured U.S. "C Rations" with a Volksturm rifleman
62,66 EUR

Prisoner & Escort

Prisoner & Escort
A hapless GI forlornly trudges into captivity followed closely by his German captor
62,66 EUR