M13/40 Italian Light Tank
The M13/40 series was Italy's most-produced tank of the war, it was a conventional light tank of the early war period, similar in capability to other Vickers-derived designs such as the Polish 7TP and Soviet T-26.
Having a 47mm long barrelled gun made it more than a match for the British tanks of 1940-41. In April 1941, at the time of the arrival of the Afrika Korps, the Italians had a good number of M13 in first-line service.
28mm, Pack contains 1 metal and resin vehicle.
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Italian Breda Light Machine Gunners - Steel Helmets
These could be used in Sicily, Italy, Greece and Russia. An Italian Platoon was divided into 2 squads of 20 men. Each squad was made up of 2 Breda light machine gun groups of a corporal gunner, assistant gunner and 2 ammuntion bearers, all commanded by a sergeant. The other 11 were riflemen.