Polish TKS Tankette
Like so many other of the world's armies in the 1930's Poland flirted with small tanks, unable to afford larger gun-armed tanks in quantity. When the Germans crashed over their borders in September 1939, they too arrived, we should remember,...
Polish Army wz.30 MMG team
Just what the infantry and cavalry need; the reassuring tap, tap, tap of a heavy machine gun covering their front! The WZ30 was the rugged and standard medium machine gun of the Polish army. Solid and dependable it was in...
Polish Army infantry section
The Polish infantry section was a powerful fighting force, comprising of up to 19 men. The riflemen were equipped with Mauser bolt-action rifles and the squad support weapon was the well proven Polish-made Browning automatic rifle, or RKM WZ.28. This...
Polish Army medium mortar team
The classic infantry support weapon. As with most armies of the period the Poles adopted the 81mm medium mortar. Capable of laying down a rain of shells in short time, this is the weapon you want to either smother the...
Polish Army Bofors 37mm anti-tank gun
Early War Polish 37mm anti tank gun, more than capable of taking out Soviet and German tanks from all angles! This set contains 3 metal miniatures and a metal gun. Models are supplied unpainted.
Polish Army 75mm light artillery
The 75mm Gun was also exported to Poland who used it with its old spoked wheels rather than the more modern pneumatic wheels on the French gun. This set contains 3 metal miniatures and metal gun. Models are supplied...
Polish 7TP Tank
A development of the British Vickers 6-ton light tank the Polish 7TP saw combat in the Defence of Poland in 1939. Although significantly better armed than the German’s Panzer I and Panzer II the 7TP was never fielded in enough...
Polish wz.29 Ursus heavy armoured car
Designed in 1929, the Samochd Pancerny wzr 29('armoured car 1929 pattern'), was more commonly known as Ursus or CWS. Based on the chassis of a 2-ton truck, the Ursus mounted a 37mm anti-tank gun and multiple machine guns. Although adequately...
Polish 10th Motorised Brigade Squad
The 10th Motorised Division is one of the most famous units of the Polish Army during World War II. Officers, NCOs and motorcycle troops wore distinctive black leather jackets along with the German-style stahlhelm, leading to their nickname The Black...
Twin-turreted Polish 7TP tank
The 7TP - 7 ton Polish - tank (an odd choice for name seeing as the weight increased to 9 tons after the prototype stage!) was the mainstay of the Polish armoured formations. This variant of the 7TP has two...
Polish Infantry Squad in greatcoats
Despite facing the double invasion of their homeland in 1939 by both Germany and the Soviet Union, the vastly outnumbered Polish military fought with bravery and tenacity. The Polish army in 1939 was large, well-officered and relatively well-equipped. It fought...
Dunkirk Defence Force
To commemorate Dunkirk, 26 May - 4 June 1940, and in preparation for the Bolt Action Summer Campaign 'Invasion Of Britain' we bring you a series of Bolt Action Armies flavoured to depict these heroic men, of all nationalities, that...
Polish 10th Motorized Brigade motorcycle combination
The Polish 10th Motorised Cavalry Brigade was called the Black Brigade because of the black leather jackets worn by officers and NCOs. It was the only fully motorised infantry unit available to the Polish Army in 1939 and was one...
Polish Army Polski Fiat 508 Lazik field car
A Fiat car made under license by PZInz and adapted for military use with a large amount a variants. Comonly seen in German forces on the Eastern front. Cost: 30pts (Regular), 36pts (Veteran). Weapons: None. Damage value: 6+ (soft skin)....
Polish Army Bofors AA gun
One of the most popular and recognisable anti-aircraft guns of WWII, the Bofors was used by many Allied and Axis forces. Often firing over open sights at ground targets as well as it's intended role as an anti-craft gun, the...
Polish Army support group
Polish HQ Considering the country’s location and involvement in major European conflicts for centuries, Polish officers came from a society that valued a proud military tradition. After the end of World War I, having freshly wrested its independence from neighboring...
Renault R40 Tank
The Renault R40 or Char léger modèle 1935 R modifié 1939 was a French light infantry tank that was used early in World War II, an improvement of the Renault R35, of which it is often considered a variant. One...
Belgian Vickers Utility Tractor
Looking like something straight out of a Wallace& Gromit adventure is this gun tractor. Used to pull field pieces around the Vickers Utility fulfilled a vital role for the Belgian army. Metal and resin vehicle. Model supplied unassembled and unpainted - contents...
Renault R39 Tank
The R39 is a variant of the R35 but armed with the heavier 37mm SA38 L/33 gun allowing it to operate in an anti-tank capacity. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Belgian Infantry Squad (Bonnets de Police)
This pack contains: - 1 NCO with LMG2-man LMG team7 riflemenContains 10x metal miniatures. Model supplied unassembled and unpainted - contents may vary.
AMC Schneider P16 Half-track
Mounting a 3.7cm gun and a co-axial 7.5mm machine gun this armoured half track was in use by the French military long before the start of the Second World War. As the war began the French army was in the...