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World War One

New Series from King & Country
Scale 1:32 / 54mm. Can be used with existing Britain's Matt WWI Collections.

Baden 114th Infantry Regiment of 1914

The first half of this 1914 release shows German infantry taking part in a “fire and movement” exercise sometime in the early summer of 1914. As the Kaiser is watching these infantrymen form a firing line. Although dressed in one of the varieties of “feldgrau” (field grey) their uniforms still bear vestiges of peace time colour – their traditional red collars and cuffs. Just as traditional are their uncovered “Pickelhaub” helmets adorned with the Prussian Eagle.

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March to Paris

Based on the early days of World War I August - December 1914.  Here we start with the Germans March to Paris.

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British Expeditionary Force

The British Expeditionary Force (BEF) consisted of new British Army Divisions sent to the Western Front in France and Belgium at the outbreak of World War I. The BEF was established by Secretary of State for War Richard Haldane following the Second Boer War in case the United Kingdom ever needed to quickly deploy a force to take part in an overseas war. Here we feature the “King’s Own Scottish Borderers” - one of Scotland’s most famous Lowland regiments.

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"L'Armee francaise" August 1914

"L'Armee francaise" and les Poilus march off to battle, August 1914. Resplendent in their colourful uniforms of long blue coats, red pantaloons and scarlet and blue kepis.

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France 1917

Countless British and French attacks came to grief in front of the German trenches and machines guns all along the Western Front which stretched from the Swiss border to the English Channel. A new way forward had to be found… and by 1917 that way had appeared with the appearance a year earlier of the first tanks! This latest “Great War” release portrays one of these “combined arms” assaults on the German front lines.

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Aussies & Kiwis at War

New series of Australians and New Zealanders in WWI. Australia was one of the first to “answer the call” of the Mother Country and send troops to fight, first in Egypt, then Gallipoli and on to France.

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Gallipoli

On this the 100th. Anniversary of the ill-fated but brave attempt to capture the Gallipoli Peninsula in the Turkish Dardanelles and force Turkey out of the First World War K&C present the first of our ANZAC fighting men…

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Australian Light Horse - Updated September 3, 2019!

Australian Light Horse were mounted troops with characteristics of both cavalry and mounted infantry. They served during the Second Boer War and World War I. The Australian 4th Light Horse Brigade at the Battle of Beersheba in 1917 made what is the most well known successful cavalry charge in the Great War.

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Imperial Russian Army

In late July 1914 when the Imperial Russian Army mobilized it was the largest in the world…over 5,000,000 men!

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Lawrence of Arabia - Updated September 3, 2019!

"Only two kinds of creature get fun in the desert Lawrence – Bedouins and Gods and you’re neither!" To complement our other WWI Middle Eastern series on the Australian Light Horse K&C is proud to present the first two very special figures.

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Middle East

New series featuring British Infantry, Kiwis and Turks in WWI. Egypt, Gallipoli and Palestine.

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Flight Of Eagles

New series featuring German World War One Aircraft and Pilots.

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