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World War II European Collection - King and Country

D-Day '44

On the morning of June 6, 1944, Allied forces began landing on the beaches of Normandy...

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D-Day '44 - British and Canadian

British Commandos and Canadian Forces as they appeared on the beaches of Normandy, June 6, 1944, and at the Battle for Cain.

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D-Day '44 - French

In the weeks, months and years leading up to D. Day a lonely and often dangerous task was to be a member of any organized resistance group in occupied Europe. As a tribute to Resistance Forces everywhere K&C is proud to honor these brave individuals with this first release of "French Forces of the Interior" better known as the "FFI" or "Maquis".

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British Commandos

Shortly after Dunkirk when the British Army had just escaped, by the skin of its teeth, from the Germans, Prime Minister Winston Churchill was already planning to strike back at the enemy. Although he knew that Britain was incapable of any large-scale offensives against the all-conquering Nazi hordes he did recognize that they were vulnerable to surprise raids and attacks on their now vastly expanded European "Empire"...

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Gang of Heroes

In every army, in every war there are always some individuals who are on the lookout for ways to enrich themselves by one way...or another. The U.S. Army was no exception!.

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Monte Cassino

Wojtek & His Handler - Sierra Toy Soldier Exclusive Edition!

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Poland 1939

On September 1, 1939 Hitler launched his armies on his neighbor Poland in a dazzling and deadly military display of combined arms that came to be known as "Blitzkrieg" or... 'Lightning War'. As vast columns of fast moving German armour smashed across the Polish frontier aerial armadas of 'Stuka' dive bombers, Heinkel, Junkers and Dornier bombers backed up by swarms of Messerschmitt fighters roamed and ruled the skies above.

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Battle of the Bulge - Updated November 14, 2018!

To mark and remember the 60th Anniversary of this famous battle in the Ardennes Forest during December and January of 1944/45. All of these new figures are wearing a typical late-war, cold weather assortment of army great coats, 1943 field jackets, gloves and scarves. They are even partially covered in frost and snow, you almost feel the cold and see their icy breath!

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Montgomery's 8th Army

"Flies in your beer ... Sand in your food ... and then there's the bloody Germans!"

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British Eighth Army - Desert Tour of Inspection

In August 1942, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill paid a surprise visit to see the men of the Eighth Army fighting in North Africa. During his trip Churchill inspected many different units of Britain's Desert Army and met with the newly appointed Commanding General Bernard Montgomery better known as "Monty".

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Afrika Korps - Updated January 2, 2019!

Tripoli... Benghazi... Tobruk... Sidi Barani... Mersa Matruh... El Alamein; names that evoke the vast, searing expanses of North Africa; the hunting ground of Erwin Rommel, the Desert Fox, and his men, the Afrika Korps.

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German Field Hospital - Updated December 22, 2018!

Based on a German television drama series about 5 young Germans during WW2. "Unsere Mutter Unsere Vater" ("Our Mothers Our Fathers") told the stories of what befell these young people during the years 1941-45..

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Fields of Battle

Fields of Battle" is an original new series that will focus on battles and campaigns rarely covered in the world of military miniatures. This first release superbly illustrates our intention --- "Dunkirk" and "The Fall of France".

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Italian Forces - Updated December 22, 2018!

This new series echoes K&C's "BERLIN'38" and begins with a modest release of eight figures and a fighting vehicle. This first release is mostly parade, the inclusion of a small armored assault gun points out it will not be confined to solely a "parade" role.

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Sherman Tank

KnC Plastic and Metal

KnC is an integral part of King & Country and has been set up to provide 1:30 scale figures and vehicles that can complement and supplement our existing all-metal and mixed media soldiers and fighting vehicles.

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Kriegsmarine

Kriegsmarine (German Navy 1939 - 1945), New Series including a Strictly Limited Edition Mini Submarine.

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Luftwaffe - Updated January 2, 2019!

The start of a new series based on the German Luftwaffe.

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Operation Market Garden

Battle for Arnhem, Codenamed Operation Market Garden, the airborne assault took place on September 17, 1944, when 10,000 allied paratroopers filled the skies above Holland. Fewer than 3,000 would return.

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Normandy - Atlantic Wall

Hitler's vaunted "Fortress Europe" was a military propaganda term used by the Germans to describe their occupied areas of Continental Europe. On the "Atlantic Wall" section of their defenses they utilized millions of land mines, thousands of machine guns and many hundreds of artillery guns both in fixed and mobile batteries.

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Normandy '44 - Waffen-SS & Wehrmacht - Updated November 14, 2018!

The Waffen SS initially started out as a small group designed to protect the Fuhrer.  But it quickly grew into one of the most brutal, fanatical and feared military organizations in history.  By the end of World War Two it had grown to an armed force of over 1 million men, spread across 28 divisions.

We have expanded this section to contain other elements of the German Army in Europe between 1939 and 1945.

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German Wehrmacht - Updated December 22 2018!

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Hitler's Final Days

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Balkan Campaign

The 13th Waffen SS Mountain Division "Handschar". Designated a "Mountain" division, it was mostly employed on anti partisan duties in the Balkans.

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Royal Airforce

This first release in a new series primarily focuses on "The Battle of Britain" which was fought in the skies over southern Britain throughout the Summer and into the Autumn of 1940.

In addition we move forward to 1943 and the offensive operations of the RAF's mighty "Bomber Command".

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USAAF _ 8th Airforce

To provide opposition to the German Luftwaffe, K&C introduces the 8th Airforce. More USAAF pilots, ground crew, personalities and military police are expected in 2009!

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Russian Front Winter 1941

On the night of 6/7 November 1941, the first frosts arrived... followed a few days later by early flurries of snow... "General Winter" had struck!

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Russian Cossacks

Russian Cossack cavalry have the distinction of having fought both for and against Stalin's Red Army.

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Russian Front and Berlin 1945 - Updated January 2, 2019!

The destruction of Hitler's Third Reich began on April 16, 1945 when Stalin unleashed 20 armies, 6,300 tanks and 8,500 aircraft with the primary objective of crushing German resistance and capturing Berlin.

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Triumph Of The Will - 1934

This was the 1935 film by Leni Riefenstahl depicting the 1934 Nazi Party Congress held in Nuremberg. In the film Hitler and over 700,000 of his supporters parade through its streets and sports grounds in a spectacular if frightening display of power and propaganda.

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Berlin'38 Leibstandarte - Updated January 2, 2019!  

In 1938 Hitler's Praetorian Guard, was a familiar sight in pre-war Berlin and party rallies at Nuremberg.

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Berlin'38 Leibstandarte Military Band - Updated November 27, 2018!

A full 21-piece marching Regimental Band of the premier SS regiment "Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler". Led by their Drum Major.

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Streets of Berlin!

Throughout the "turbulent Twenties" and even into the "Thirties" the brown-shirted SA (or Sturmabteilung) were the most visible "street presence" of the Nazis. Loud, boisterous and sometimes out-of-control they could be seen all over Germany's cities, towns and even villages campaigning or even threatening on behalf of their Fuhrer Adolf Hitler.

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