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Italeri 1/72 Nap Wars Brit Infntry 1815

1-6095
$27.50 inc GST

The steady squares of Wellington's Infantry resisted the countless cavalry charges of Marshal Ney at Waterloo, and dramatically affected the outcome of the most famous battle of the Napoleonic age. The 2nd Regiment Coldstream Guards, one of the most...

Italeri 1/72 Vietnamese Army/Vietkg

1-6079
$18.00 inc GST

The armed forces of the National Liberation Front (NLF) were composed both by regular units of the North Vietnam army and by irregulars. The term vietcong was used as a generic term for NLF soldiers, but in common iconography it represents the irregular...

Italeri 1/72 German Elite Troops

1-6068
$27.50 inc GST

On 16th December, 1944, the German forces moved through the forests of the Ardennes, in Belgium, to attach the First U.S. Army. This was the Wehrmacht's last offensive on the western front before the final surrender in 1945. The Wacht am Rhein plan...

Italeri 1/72 Prussian Infantry

1-6067
$27.50 inc GST

The vanguard of Prussian Infantry breaking in the Plancenoit farm, still defended by the French, is one of the final phases of the battle of Waterloo. Short after that, Wellington and Blucher, sure of their victory, met at La Belle Alliance. The Prussian...

Italeri 1/72 Caesars Rom Infan

1-6047
$23.50 inc GST

The equipment of the 1st Century B.C. legionnaire became the stereotype of Roman infantry. Over his tunic he wore the heavy lorica segmentata, the most advanced form of body armor at the time. The characteristic rectangular scutum often bears the name or...

Italeri 1/72 British Warriors

1-6027
$26.50 inc GST

On October 25th, near Agincourt, Henry V's English army, largely composed of foot troops and a small contingent of noble knights, defeated the army of the Constable of France Charles d'Albret, a much larger force boasting the best heavy cavalry in Europe...

Italeri 1/72 Roman Inf 1-2 Bc

1-6021
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The legion was the basic unit of the Roman army. Each maniple was commanded by a centurion, that could be recognized by his leg guards, the vine-stick and the helmet with a transverse crest. The Legion's equipment after the Marian reform was...