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This book provides Bolt Action players with all of the information they need to field the military forces of Germany. Detailed army lists allow players to construct German armies for any theatre and any year of the war, including the early campaigns in Poland a…
Bolt Action: Assault on Normandy starter set gives you everything you need to pit your tactics and wits against your opponent as you recreate the great battles of World War II on the tabletop! In addition to the glorious Bolt Action rulebook and eight Order…
This Warlord Games Bolt Action German Heer Starter Army box set contains:
2 German Infantry plastic boxed sets
1 German PaK 40 75mm anti-tank gun
1 German 81mm Mortar Team
1 German MG42 HMG Team
1 Hetzer Tank Hunter miniature.
All models are suppl…
This Warlord Games Bolt Action German Panzergrenade Platoon pack contains:
3 plastic German Sd.Kfz 251/1 ausf C half-track
30 plastic Infantry miniatures.
All models are supplied unassembled and require assembly.
Speeding into the thickest…
The world's first paratroopers to be used in large numbers, the German Fallshirmjäger were at the tip of the spear when war broke out in 1939. They led daring assaults on strategic targets, such as the fortress at Eben Emael, enabling the following pan…
Germany's armed forces in World War II were arguably the best-trained, equipped and motivated of all the major powers – understandably so in a nation geared to rearmament and aggression to its neighbours. Within these powerful forces emerged another f…
German infantry were generally well trained, well led and well equipped and were considered the most effective fighting force in Europe.
Normally, the basic German squad was composed of 10 men: a squad leader (generally armed with an MP40 sub-machine gun), …
The officially named Jagdpanzer 38(t) was introduced on the battlefields of Europe and Russia in the late stages of the war. It’s purpose was to give troops a cheaper, mobile and lighter anti-armour capability.
The Jagdpanzer 38(t) succeeded the Marder III ta…
The Sd.Kfz 222 Armoured Car was used a an armoured Scout vehicle issued to the Panzerspähwagen squadrons of the Aufklärungs battalions.
It operated well throughout the conflict and on most theatres. Its 4 wheels drive gave it some versatility but …
The Sd. Kfz (abbreviation for the German word Sonderkraftfahrzeug that means special motor vehicle) 250/1 was a reconnaissance and transport vehicle mainly used by scouts and HQ units.
The vehicle was a shortened version of the Sd Kfz 251 Hanomag and came in ma…
Few names conjour up such images as that of the Tiger 1, Germany's first truly heavy tank. This monstrous 52 ton machine carved out a reputation that even now is still remembered.It featured hugely thick armour and a devastaing 88mm gun that could pick off …
The Sturmgeschutz assault gun was based on the Panzer III Chassis. It saw service at the start of the war. Throughout the war it was up-armed and up-gunned and became the standard German Army Assault Gun. It fought on all battlegrounds and fronts.
By the en…
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