includes seven German Polizei figures.
From 1939 to 1943, while the German Army spread across Europe, more and more Europeans fell under their control. A number of different formations became responsible for the law enforcement, security, and troop movement throughout the expanding Reich. Some were civilian police units, other were military or SS units. These Security Units originated from a variety of backgrounds but all were essentially organized to keep order and discipline within occupied areas.
Use the Partisans and Polizei miniatures with your Soviet and German infantry to play the small-scale adventures in the Partisans & Polizei mini-game from Firestorm—Bagration. These miniatures can also be used to add variety to any existing force. The German Polizei can also be used in the Partisans & Polizei scenario "Escape From The Gestapo" or used just to add variety to any existing force.
Contents of the German Polizei Pack
Note: The German Polizei pack doesn't contain the extra small bases shown in the photos.
1x Officer figure cocking pistol.
1x Crouching figure throwing grenade.
1x Standing figure with MP40.
3x Dog handler figures.
1x LMG team.
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