U.S. Infantry, July, 1944 /3521/

U.S. Infantry, July, 1944 /3521/

Scale: 1:35

Barcode: 3521

Series: World War II era

Box size:  mm

On July 3rd 1944, the U.S. First Army initiated an attack near St. Lo. The battle was extremely difficult due to marshy ground with numerous shallow rivers and streams. The situation was complicated by the fact that the territory through which the G.I.s were advancing was crisscrossed with hedgerows. As a result, the U.S. forces suffered 40 thousand casualties in 17 exhausting days of combat. The kit includes 4 figures of U.S. soldiers hit by German troops. They are trying to pull out their wounded comrade by shooting back and using a smoke grenade as a screen.

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Author - Alessandro Arienti, Italy Author - Jiří Topol, Czech Republic Author - Abdrahmanov Serik, the Republic of Kazakhstan Author - BachtiarRifai, Indonesia Author - Allan Su, Taiwan Author - Pedro Azevedo, Portugal Author - Michael Gallagher, USA Author - Martin Guertler, Germany Author - Petr Khodunov, Russia Author Abolonskiy Andrey Yevgen'yevich, Volgograd, Russia

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John McFee
It would be nice if you included the suggested paint colors in the images so that I could order everything at one time. Todays interest is MBL 3521.