includes five plastic Panzer III tanks, three plastic Panzer IV tanks, one plastic Tank Commander sprue, two plastic 8.8cm Heavy AA guns, two plastic Gun Crew sprues, one mini 4th Flames Of War rulebook, two Decal sheets and nine Unit cards
BP44 Armoured Train Infantry Car
includes one Armoured Infantry Car.
With captured Polish and Russian trains as templates the Germans went about creating a standard model of armoured train in 1941. This was known as the BP42, and with later additions, the BP44. These new trains borrowed from the captured designs’ increased artillery capability over the existing German trains. They also overcame some of the perceived design flaws in the captured trains by splitting the artillery car in two, leaving only one gun on each car and thereby reducing loss of firepower if an artillery car was knocked out. Modern anti-aircraft guns and tank-hunter cars were also added making a formidable self-contained fighting unit.
includes one Königtiger (Late Production), five Fallschirmjäger Tank Rider figures, two Tiger Ace dice, one Decal sheet and two Rare-earth magnets
includes four plastic Sd Kfz 251 Half-track sprues, four plastic Crew sprues, two plastic Panzergrenadier sprues, one Half-track decal sheet, one Small three-hole base, three Medium four-hole bases & three Medium five-hole bases
includes four plastic Grenadier sprues, two plastic Grenadier Command sprues, four Small three-hole bases, one Medium four-hole base, twelve Medium five-hole bases & two plastic hole plug sprues
10.5cm Artillery Battery
includes four plastic 10.5cm guns, four plastic Gun Crew sprues, four large six-hole bases, one plastic base plug sprue and two Unit cards.
The 10.5cm leFH18 light field howitzer is the standard German artillery piece, supporting their attacks and helping drive off enemy counterattacks. Firing a heavier shell than the British 25 pdr gun, it is correspondingly more effective, although less versatile in the anti-tank role.