Thirty Years War Generals
Add six giants of the Thirty Years War to your collection. This set includes: Field Marshal Ake Henriksson Tott Ottavio Piccolomini Johann Georg I, Elector of Saxony Count Gustav Horn Gottfried Heinrich, Graf zu Pappenheim Cardinal-Infante Ferdinand Each one of...
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Cardinal-Infante Ferdinand
Almost all senior commanders in the Thirty Years War were of noble birth but few could claim a higher status than the Cardinal-Infante Ferdinand of Spain. The King of Spain’s intention was to guide his son into a church career...
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Count Gustav Horn
One of Gustavus Adolphus’s most gifted lieutenants, Count Gustav Horn fought with distinction for the Protestant cause before his capture brought a premature end to his military career. Born into Finnish nobility, Horn learned his military trade from the revolutionary...
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Gottfried Heinrich, Graf zu Pappenheim
Pappenheim was a Catholic League cavalry commander and later Imperial Field Marshal. Renowned for his bravery and recklessness, he was usually to be found at the head of his beloved Cuirassier regiment, the Pappenheimers. Pappenheim joined forces with Count Tilly...
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Johann Georg I, Elector of Saxony
Johann Georg was born in Dresden in 1585, and developed a passion for hunting and drinking at an early age. He became Elector of Saxony in 1611 but had no interest in closer ties with the Protestant Union. Although a...
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Ottavio Piccolomini
Embracing the Italian traditions of soldiering, Ottavio was schooled in the art of war in Florence, enlisting in the Spanish army as a pikeman at sixteen. A year later, he was given command of a cavalry regiment in Bohemia, dispatched...
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Field Marshal Ake Henriksson Tott
Orphaned at a young age, Ake Tott spent his youth duelling his fellow students at the university of Uppsalla, where he became better known for his skill with a sword than for his academic studies. At the age of fifteen,...
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Konflikt 47: Zeus-X with heavy rail gun
The Zeus panzermech was built to operate as a tank hunter in difficult terrain or to assist the Thor panzermechs in reaching their urban targets. Unsuited to the urban role, once the Thors were delivered to the target, the Zeus...
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Hungarian 37M medium artillery
Designed and built by Skoda, this howitzer was first fielded by the Austro-Hungarian army during the first world war. The 100mm gun proved to be particularly useful as an infantry support weapon, and over 6,500 would be procured by Austria-Hungary....
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40M Nimrod SPAA Gun
The Nimrod is a Hungarian self-propelled anti-aircraft gun based on the Swedish L-62 Anti II anti-aircraft gun. It was developed independently of the Swedish design, and utilised a new turret design. The chassis was an enlarged version of the Landsverk...
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Sd.Kfz 10 Demag Halftrack + Stowage + Light Howitzer
The smallest (1-tonne rated) of a series of six half-track utility vehicles and prime movers that were in effect the same vehicle, simply scaled up each time. Produced by DeMag, the smaller versions were sometimes used as troop transports as...
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Sd.Kfz 10 Demag Halftrack + Stowage + Light Anti-Tank Gun
The smallest (1-tonne rated) of a series of six half-track utility vehicles and prime movers that were in effect the same vehicle, simply scaled up each time. Produced by DeMag, the smaller versions were sometimes used as troop transports as...
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Sd.KFZ 10 Demag Halftrack
The smallest (1-tonne rated) of a series of six half-track utility vehicles and prime movers that were in effect the same vehicle, simply scaled up each time. Produced by DeMag, the smaller versions were sometimes used as troop transports as...
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Victory at Sea - HMS Hood
At one time, the HMS Hood was the largest and possibly most famous ship in the world, representing the supremacy of British sea power. Though attached to Home Fleet, the Hood took part in the sinking of the French fleet...
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Victory at Sea - Merchant Convoy
Preventing attacks on defenceless merchant ships is the other main role of the navy, and it was her that the war was fought, day in and day out, by the humble corvette, frigate and destroyer escort, and later by escort...
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Soviet Peoples Militia squad
‘Popular regimentation’ or the ‘people’s militia’ (Narodnoe Opolcheniye or Opolchenie) is a Russian tradition dating back to the 16th century and a powerful part of the national heritage. In times of emergency, a militia was selected from volunteers to serve...
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Soviet Army (Winter) starter army
Hitler was confident of a short campaign as his German army crashed over the Russian border in 1941. Heroic defence by the massive Soviet armies slowed the Nazi advance. The brave, solid, and loyal Soviet soldiers endured dreadful battle conditions...
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Korean War: British Medium Mortar Team (Summer)
The 3-inch mortar was used to provide support from up to 3,000 yards dependent upon the projectile used. The 3-inch mortar was operated by a crew of three and was often transported in a Universal ‘Bren’ Carrier. Models supplied unassembled...
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Korean War: British MMG Team (Summer)
A .303 Vickers water-cooled machine gun offered fire support to infantry units. This was another weapon of World War I vintage to soldier on through World War II and into Korea. It proved extremely effective at laying down continuous fire...
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Korean War: Chinese PVA ZIS-3 Anti-tank gun
Late in the war the Soviets began sending surplus equipment and munitions to communist forces in northern China in preparation for a Soviet attack on Japan. The Zis-3 76.2mm rapid-firing semi-automatic anti-tank gun fired 25 rounds a minute and was...
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Lockheed F-80C Shooting Star Squadron
A single seat fighter-bomber, the Lockheed F-80C was a later production version of the P-80, the original designation denoting pursuit. However, with changes to the American system of designation in 1947, the Shooting Star would be re-designated as a ‘F’,...
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Grumman F9F Panther Squadron
The F9F Panther was Grumman’s first production jet fighter, used extensively during the Korean War. It proved one of the United States Navy’s first successful carrier-born jet fighters and was the first jet fighter to be used by the Blue...
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Warlord of Erehwon: Armoured Onna-bugeisha
The Onna-bugeisha (female martial artist) are members of the samurai Class of fierce warriors. They are as adept at both campaigning and defending their households and families, Though trained with all weapons, these honourable warriors favour the heavy-bladed naginata Clad...
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Victory at Sea Mogami 1939
Mogami was the lead ship of her class, which consisted of four heavy cruisers which served in the Imperial Japanese Navy. These were exceptionally large for light cruisers, but were constructed in such a manner as to obey the Washington...
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Polish Army 100mm medium artillery
At the outbreak of World War Two, Poland possessed many artillery weapons that had been developed many years before. They would be called upon to break apart the encroaching German formations and attempt to slow the aggressors. One of these...
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Victory at Sea Fubuki-class Destroyers
Described as the world’s first “modern” destroyer, twenty-four of the class served in the Imperial Japanese Navy. They were built between 1926 and 1933, and despite being decidedly older than some of their adversaries, they remained formidable opponents until the...
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Victory at Sea Furutaka 1939
Furutaka was the lead of her two-ship class of heavy cruiser. She was named for the mountain located on the island of Etajima, off Hiroshima bay, directly behind the Imperial Japanese Navy Academy. She participated in the Battle of the...
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Victory at Sea Kumano 1944
Kumano was of the Mogami-class, which consisted of four heavy cruisers which served in the Imperial Japanese Navy. These were exceptionally large for light cruisers, but were constructed in such a manner as to obey the Washington Naval Treaty of...
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Victory at Sea Fletcher-class Destroyers
Designed in 1939, some 175 Fletcher-class destroyers were commissioned between 1942 and 1944, more than any other class of destroyer. They performed every task expected of a destroyer, including anti-aircraft, anti-submarine and more traditional surface-based actions. They served almost exclusively...
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Victory at Sea USS Chicago 1942
A Northampton-class vessel, Chicago served in the Pacific during the early years of World War Two. Though surviving attacks by midget submarines in Sydney Harbour and serving in the battle of the Coral Sea and Savo Island in 1942, it...
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