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Italeri 1: 72 510006076 – WW2 German Afrika Troop Family

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  • Italeri Plastic Model Soldier Kit 1:72
  • German Afrika Korps Second World War
  • 50 Figures (15 Poses)
  • Please note that the figures are supplied UNPAINTED
  • Glue and Paint NOT included.
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Technical Details
Item Weight82 g
Product Dimensions22.5 x 15.5 x 3.2 cm
Our recommended age:14 years and up
Manufacturer recommended age:14 years and up
Item model number806076
Number of Puzzle Pieces50
Assembly RequiredYes
Scale1:72
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
Material Type(s)plastic
Remote Control Included?No
Radio Control SuitabilityIndoor
  
Additional Information
ASINB000H43O48
Best Sellers Rank 133,416 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight82 g
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Date First Available27 Dec. 2006
  
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This product is subject to specific safety warnings
  • Warning: To be used under the direct supervision of an adult
  • Warning: Toy inside. Adult supervision recommended

Product description

Italeri 1/72 WWII German Afrika Korps # 6076 50 figures per box (15 poses)

Manufacturers Description:
After the loss of Cyrenaica, Italy requested a German intervention, and in February 1941 the first troops of what was to become the famous Deutsche Afrika Korps led by General Erwin Rommel were sent to North Africa. The troops of the Axis in a few months took back Cyrenaica and Tobruk, and advanced into Egypt. Constantly short on supplies, they were defeated by the 8th British Army at El Alamein. The additional pressure caused by the American arrival in Morocco forced the Afrika Korps to gradually retreat in Tunisia during 1943.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS A PLASTIC SOLDIER MODEL KIT AND IS SUPPLIED UNPAINTED. PAINT NOT INCLUDED.

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By Sussman TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 20 Feb. 2014
In terms of attention to detail the military uniform has been suitably done, with all the men wearing the usual ankle boots. The men mostly wear the steel helmet, as might be expected in combat situations; however, there is also the peaked field cap on some the selection. The military kit is equally light, but is correctly modelled as far as it goes. Both riflemen and those carrying machine guns have the correct ammunition pouches for their weapons. With the weapons mentioned above there is the mortar group already mentioned, a heavier machine gun (an MG34) and a flame-thrower. There is also a man carrying a land mine, of which a great many were laid during the desert campaign.

Just about all Italeri figures are in the same style, which may be because they all had the same sculptor, or perhaps there was just a unbending set of criteria set by the company. Consequently these figures look very similar to the German Soldiers set, with the inclusion of the field cap and shorts being the only way of telling these apart. The poses are OK but a little stiff, but they cannot be faulted in the standard of detail. In short, perfectly solid effort that any war gamer or any toy soldier war painter could be happy with.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Fairly good (4.3 Stars) 24 Feb. 2014
By Sussman - Published on Amazon.com
In terms of attention to detail the military uniform has been suitably done, with all the men wearing the usual ankle boots. The men mostly wear the steel helmet, as might be expected in combat situations; however, there is also the peaked field cap on some the selection. The military kit is equally light, but is correctly modelled as far as it goes. Both riflemen and those carrying machine guns have the correct ammunition pouches for their weapons. With the weapons mentioned above there is the mortar group already mentioned, a heavier machine gun (an MG34) and a flame-thrower. There is also a man carrying a land mine, of which a great many were laid during the desert campaign.

Just about all Italeri figures are in the same style, which may be because they all had the same sculptor, or perhaps there was just a unbending set of criteria set by the company. Consequently these figures look very similar to the German Soldiers set, with the inclusion of the field cap and shorts being the only way of telling these apart. The poses are OK but a little stiff, but they cannot be faulted in the standard of detail. In short, perfectly solid effort that any war gamer or any toy soldier war painter could be happy with.
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