Italian Army & Blackshirts
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Italian Army & Blackshirts
Mussolini famously boasted that the Italian army had eight million bayonets standing at the ready. In actuality, the standing Italian army was far smaller than that, with huge numbers of troops conscripted into a war they neither believed in nor...
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Italy: Soft Underbelly (Bolt Action campaign book)
With the Axis Powers ejected from North Africa, the Western Allies look to take the fight to the “soft underbelly” of Europe – Italy. This campaign supplement for Bolt Action focuses on Operation Husky, the airborne and naval invasion of...
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Carro Armato/Semovente
£24.00
Carro Armato/Semovente
Produced by Fiat Ansaldo, the M13/40 was the main battle tank of the Italian army in World War II and served throughout the war following its introduction in 1940. Although designated as a medium tank it was more in line with the...
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Italian Army Breda 2cm AA gun
The Breda 20/65 Model 1935 was developed in Italy and widely used throughout the war. The weapon was diverse, capable as both an anti-aircraft weapon and a ground weapon. After Operation Compass ended in early 1941, the British captured large...
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Italian Army Forward Observer Team
Whether it is an artillery battery miles away from the battlefield, a naval gunship out to sea, or a ground attack aircraft high above the fighting, such weapons systems would be much less effective without the services of well-trained forward...
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Italian Army Elefantino 47mm anti-tank gun
The 47/32 was a licensed Austrian light artillery piece that primarily served in an anti-tank role. When firing HEAT [High Explosive Anti-Tank] rounds, the 47/32 was an effective anti-tank platform in the earlier stages of the war. With a low...
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Italian Army Sniper, Light Mortar and Anti-tank Rifle teams
Infantry support teams are a vital component of Bolt Action armies. This pack gives you three such teams with which to add much-needed firepower to your Italian Army or Blackshirt force. The Solothurn anti-tank rifle was a cross between a...
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Italian Paracadutisti flamethrower, sniper & light mortar teams
On paper, every Italian infantry division was to have eight assigned flamethrower teams for digging out entrenched infantry and assaulting fortifications. In practice, of course, these supplies were much more scant. The Italian army had no specialist sniper rifle, and...
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Italian Paracadutisti with German weapons
Italian Paratroopers, like all Italian special forces, established an astonishing reputation for dash and stubborn fighting in all the theatres where they were deployed. Well trained and superbly equipped for their role they shored up the reputation of the Italian...
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Italian Paracadutisti medium mortar team
It has been said that mortars accounted for more casualties in World War II than any other single weapon type. Trained and effective Italian mortar crews certainly added to those numbers in every theatre where they operated. Like their Regio...
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Italian Paracadutisti MMG team
Like their Regio Esercito (Royal Italian Army) counterparts, the airborne divisions relied heavily on the Breda M37 8mm air-cooled medium machine gun, captured examples of which were used by the British SAS, for close fire support. Models supplied unassembled and...
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Italian Paracadutisti HQ
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Italian Paracadutisti HQ
Italian Paratroopers, like all Italian special forces, established an astonishing reputation for dash and stubborn fighting in all the theatres where they were deployed. Well trained and superbly equipped for their role they shored up the reputation of the Italian...
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Italian Paracadutisti paratrooper infantry section 2
Note: This is the second of two Paracadutisti Paratrooper Infantry Sections. Each contains unique sculpts so are ideal to mix and match to lend your army greater variety in poses. You can find the first here The Italian paratroopers were...
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Italian Paracadutisti paratrooper infantry section
Note: This is the first of two Paracadutisti Paratrooper Infantry Sections. Each contains unique sculpts so are ideal to mix and match to lend your army greater variety in poses. You can find the second here The Italian paratroopers were...
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Italian Paracadutisti support group
Led by tough, experienced officers, the Italian paratroopers were a well-respected foe – during the battle of El Alamein troops of the Folgore (Lightning) Division repelled the British attacks for weeks. The Folgore fought until expending their last round of...
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Italian Army medium mortar team
Like so many nations, the Italian Army made good use of mortars such as the Mortaio da 81/14 Modello 35 which was nearly identical to the 81mm mortar fielded by the United States. It has been said that mortars accounted...
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Italian Army MMG team
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Italian Army MMG team
Italians used a variety of weapons from various manufacturers, but all tended towards over-complex designs and unreliability. The most successful and most commonly used machine gun was the Breda M37 8mm air-cooled weapon, captured examples of which were used by...
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Italian Army HQ
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Italian Army HQ
Platoons were typically commanded by a first or second Tenente (Lieutenant). Lieutenants in the Royal Italian Army were committed to restoring Italy to international prominence, despite being unprepared for the realities of a modern war. An officer unit consists of...
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Italian Army Guastatori Destruction Group
At the start of Italy’s war, the Italian Army had no assault engineering units designed to take on enemy fortifications. The performance of pioneer units in the German blitzkrieg demonstrated to the Italians the need for such units, leading to...
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Italian Army Support Group
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Italian Army Support Group
One of the largest ground forces of the war, the Regio Esercito (Royal Italian Army) was hardened by its experiences in Albania, Ethiopia and the Spanish Civil War prior to its entry to the Second World War. The Italian Army...
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Digital Italy: Soft Underbelly (Bolt Action campaign book) eBook
With the Axis Powers ejected from North Africa, the Western Allies look to take the fight to the “soft underbelly” of Europe – Italy. This campaign supplement for Bolt Action focuses on Operation Husky, the airborne and naval invasion of...
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Digital Italy: Soft Underbelly (Bolt Action campaign book) PDF
With the Axis Powers ejected from North Africa, the Western Allies look to take the fight to the “soft underbelly” of Europe – Italy. This campaign supplement for Bolt Action focuses on Operation Husky, the airborne and naval invasion of...
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Autoblinda AB40 armoured car
£28.50
Autoblinda AB40 armoured car
Predecessor to the later, and more numerous, AB41 armoured car, the AB40 was largely identical bar the low profile turret mounting two 8mm machine guns. Built in small numbers in 1940, several AB40s would later be upgraded to the AB41...
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L6 Lanciaflamme flame tank
£23.00
L6 Lanciaflamme flame tank
The FIAT L6/40 was the final light tank design in widespread use by the Italian army. By the time the first L6/40 rolled off the assembly line, it was already obsolete and so was used as a battle tank only...
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M11/39 medium tank
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M11/39 medium tank
Heavily influenced by the design of the British 6-tonne tank the M11/39 the resultant M11/39 was the first modern gun armed Italian tank and would replace the numerous outdated L3 tankettes in the Italian Regio Esercito. A medium tank with...
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Italian Stuart-T Tesla Tank
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Italian Stuart-T Tesla Tank
Italy’s demands for armoured vehicles was both passionate and excessive, but the Allies quickly recognised that if they were to release forces from Italy, they needed to arm the Italians. Numerous M3 Stuarts were available to transfer to Italy, and...
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Italian Falco Paratroopers
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Italian Falco Paratroopers
The flamboyant and well-trained paratroopers of the Italian army largely sided with the National Republican Army (ENR) when they were forced to choose a side in the Italian campaign. Whilst some units retained their traditional parachute role, the core of...
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Italian Firefly Paracadutisti Infantry Squad
As the Allies pumped money and resources into the newly formed Italian forces, the more experienced Italian paratrooper formations demanded the best equipment the Allies could provide, including the Firefly jump packs. Each squad of these elite troops is well...
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Heuschrecke (Locust) medium panzermech
With further developments of the Rift-tech walker technology, Germany has been able to enhance its panzermech programme with the addition of a bipedal jump-capable walker, able to compete with the versatility of the US Grizzly and Mudskipper chassis... Germany’s Rift-tech...
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Konflikt 47: Legio Aquila squad
The most fanatical and loyal soldiers within the ENR forces are trained and equipped along the same lines as the German SS Shocktroopers. They receive the best equipment and training but are expected to spearhead any counter-attacks against an Allied...
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