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American Civil War - W Britains Collection

Scale 54mm / 1:32.

American Civil War - Updated March 6, 2019!

A new series of Civil War Confederate and Union Infantry figures.

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Battle of Fredericksburg

Battle of Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862

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Civil War Artillery - Updated January 5, 2019!

As a follow up to there first Union Artillery set with Napoleon gun the new set for 2010 depicts a crew loading canister into the gun. Britain's popular 12 Pound Napoleon and 10 Pound Parrott Guns are now available as single pieces that can be used alone or with our new series of individual artillery crewman that are suitable as either Union or Confederate troops.

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Civil War Cavalry

Making their debut in this release is Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer and his troopers and Colonel John Singleton Mosby and his Rangers, who were the only organized Confederate military force in Northern Virginia.

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Civil War Leaders - Updated January 5, 2019!

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Union Musicians

Through the ages, music has been used in the military to issue commands in the camp and on the battlefield, without the metronomic sound of the drums on the march or the plaintive call of the bugle at taps many a soldier would be unsure of what to do next.

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Medical Series

At the start of the American Civil War there were not even 100 surgeons in all of the Union Army. The ambulance did not even exist. Care of the wounded on the battlefield was often an afterthought with the weakest and least disciplined soldiers tasked with clearing the wounded.

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114th Pennsylvania Zouaves

At Gettysburg on July 2, 1863 General Daniel Sickles ordered his men to move out ahead of the main Union line into what he felt was better ground. This action left the Union line broken at the exact moment rebels under General John Bell Hood slammed into them, putting the entire Union position in peril. In the midst of this could be found the 114th Pennsylvania Zouaves near the Sherfy house on the Emmitsburg Road.

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Art of War Collection

This is the inaugural set in the new Keith Rocco Art of War Series by W. Britain. The Chosen Ground captures the split second moment right before Reynolds is killed as he turns in the saddle to bring up the 2nd Wisconsin and send them into the wood lot of farmer John Herbst.

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Civil War Tactical Scenes

Tactical Scenes feature replicas of significant landmarks, as well as props, that will enhance the authenticity of your battle dioramas.

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