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Bolt Action French Army 25mm Light Anti-Tank Gun Bolt Action French Army 25mm Light Anti-Tank Gun
£13.00
£11.70
1 in stock
The 25mm Hotchkiss was the standard anti-tank gun of the French Army. It was also used by the British Expeditionary Force (BEF), whilst captured examples were used by the Germans and some even found their way into the hands of the Italians. It was widely exported prior to the war. It would generally be towed by the Renault EU Chenillette but could also be pulled by horses in cavalry units or manha…
Bolt Action French Army 47mm Medium Anti-Tank Gun Bolt Action French Army 47mm Medium Anti-Tank Gun
£13.00
£11.70
1 in stock
The 47mm Mle 1937 (SA37 L/50) anti-tank gun was the best purpose-built anti-tank gun fielded by any army at the start of World War II if one discounts the German 88m Flak used in the anti-tank role. It could supposedly penetrate up to 72mm of armour at 1,000 metres. It sufficiently impressed the Germans that they immediately made use of examples that fell into their hands. After the fall of France…
Bolt Action French Army Cavalry A Bolt Action French Army Cavalry A
£15.00
£13.50
1 in stock
The French cavalry was not entirely mechanised by 1940 and still included horse-mounted troops such as the chasseurs a Chevel and North African Spahis and Chasseurs D'Afrique. Mounted formations were amongst the elite of the French army. Calvary sections comprised thirteen men. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Bolt Action French Army Cavalry B Bolt Action French Army Cavalry B
£15.00
£13.50
1 in stock
The French cavalry was not entirely mechanised by 1940 and still included horse-mounted troops such as the chasseurs a Chevel and North African Spahis and Chasseurs D'Afrique. Mounted formations were amongst the elite of the French army. Calvary sections comprised thirteen men. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Bolt Action French Army HQ Bolt Action French Army HQ
£7.00
1 in stock
Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Bolt Action French Army Infantry Section Box Bolt Action French Army Infantry Section Box
£15.00
£13.50
1 in stock
Declaring war on Germany in 1939, the French armed forces were superior to the Germans in tanks and ships but suffered from outdated tactical and strategic doctrine at the highest level. Fighting alongside their British allies, the French army performed a brave rearguard action culminating in the remarkable withdrawal from Europe at Dunkirk. With the British heading back to England, the French for…
Bolt Action Maison Forte Terrain Set Bolt Action Maison Forte Terrain Set
£35.00
£31.50
1 in stock
As part of the defensive effort against the Axis forces, the French often fortified houses and turned them into a makeshift bunker. Usually seen apart of the Maginot Line, it took dedicated bunker clearing weaponry and tactics to deal with them proving how effective they were at slowing the German assault. This set contains: An MDF Maison Forte MF-10 A small MDF House A barrier and small guard pos…
Bolt Action Panhard 178 Armoured Car Bolt Action Panhard 178 Armoured Car
£19.00
£18.00
2 in stock
The Panhard 178 or "Pan-Pan" was an advanced French reconnaissance 4x4 armoured car that was designed for the French Cavalry before World War II. It had a crew of four and was equipped with an effective 25mm main armament and a 7.5mm coaxial machine gun. A number of these vehicles were taken over by the Germans after the Fall of France in 1940, so it makes a good addition to Wehrmacht armies too.…
Bolt Action Renault R35 Tank Box Set Bolt Action Renault R35 Tank Box Set
£18.00
£17.00
1 in stock
Designed in 1933 and produced from 1936, the Renault R35 was intended as a light infantry support tank, equipping autonomous tank battalions, that would be allocated to individual infantry divisions to assist them in executing offensive operations. It was relatively well-armoured but slow and lacking a good antitank-capacity, fitted with a short 37 mm gun. At the outbreak of the war, the anti-tank…
Bolt Action Senegalese Tirailleurs Infantry Section Box Bolt Action Senegalese Tirailleurs Infantry Section Box
£15.00
1 in stock
West African troops from France,s colonies provided fierce and loyal troops to the French army in two World Wars. Though raised across France's territories in west, central and east Africa, they took the title Senegalese in honour of the first black Tirailleur regiments formed in Senegal. Ever since the 1850s France had recruited troops from Senegal and other West African countries in her Empire.…

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The 25mm Hotchkiss was the standard anti-tank gun of the French Army. It was also used by the British Expeditionary Force (BEF), whilst captured examples were used by the Germans and some even found their way into the hands of the Italians. It was widely exported prior to the war. It would generally be towed by the Renault EU Chenillette but could also be pulled by horses in cavalry units or manha…
The 47mm Mle 1937 (SA37 L/50) anti-tank gun was the best purpose-built anti-tank gun fielded by any army at the start of World War II if one discounts the German 88m Flak used in the anti-tank role. It could supposedly penetrate up to 72mm of armour at 1,000 metres. It sufficiently impressed the Germans that they immediately made use of examples that fell into their hands. After the fall of France…
The French cavalry was not entirely mechanised by 1940 and still included horse-mounted troops such as the chasseurs a Chevel and North African Spahis and Chasseurs D'Afrique. Mounted formations were amongst the elite of the French army. Calvary sections comprised thirteen men. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
The French cavalry was not entirely mechanised by 1940 and still included horse-mounted troops such as the chasseurs a Chevel and North African Spahis and Chasseurs D'Afrique. Mounted formations were amongst the elite of the French army. Calvary sections comprised thirteen men. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Declaring war on Germany in 1939, the French armed forces were superior to the Germans in tanks and ships but suffered from outdated tactical and strategic doctrine at the highest level. Fighting alongside their British allies, the French army performed a brave rearguard action culminating in the remarkable withdrawal from Europe at Dunkirk. With the British heading back to England, the French for…
As part of the defensive effort against the Axis forces, the French often fortified houses and turned them into a makeshift bunker. Usually seen apart of the Maginot Line, it took dedicated bunker clearing weaponry and tactics to deal with them proving how effective they were at slowing the German assault. This set contains: An MDF Maison Forte MF-10 A small MDF House A barrier and small guard pos…
The Panhard 178 or "Pan-Pan" was an advanced French reconnaissance 4x4 armoured car that was designed for the French Cavalry before World War II. It had a crew of four and was equipped with an effective 25mm main armament and a 7.5mm coaxial machine gun. A number of these vehicles were taken over by the Germans after the Fall of France in 1940, so it makes a good addition to Wehrmacht armies too.…
Designed in 1933 and produced from 1936, the Renault R35 was intended as a light infantry support tank, equipping autonomous tank battalions, that would be allocated to individual infantry divisions to assist them in executing offensive operations. It was relatively well-armoured but slow and lacking a good antitank-capacity, fitted with a short 37 mm gun. At the outbreak of the war, the anti-tank…
West African troops from France,s colonies provided fierce and loyal troops to the French army in two World Wars. Though raised across France's territories in west, central and east Africa, they took the title Senegalese in honour of the first black Tirailleur regiments formed in Senegal. Ever since the 1850s France had recruited troops from Senegal and other West African countries in her Empire.…