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WWII Soldiers Germans & Americans

Dramascape Miniatures Volume 04

WWII Soldiers Germans & Americans Miniatures is a set of over 100 fold up paper tokens.

World War II German and American Soldiers Miniatures Pack.


Page 1: The first four miniatures are German solders in black SS field uniforms and two of them are using karabiner 98 K rifles, one has a radio backpack, and the other has both hands up. The next one is a German soldier in a blue gray uniform wearing a field cap with a karabiner 98 K rifle slung over the shoulder. The last seven miniatures are German snipers in splittertarn camouflage for autumn forests using scoped karabiner 98 K rifles.


Page 2: All of the German soldiers on this page are in field gray uniforms and the first ten have karabiner 98 K rifles. One of these soldiers is tossing a Model 24 Stielhandgranate “potato masher” grenade. The eleventh soldier is carrying a MG42 machine gun with a bipod for rapid deployment. The twelfth soldier is holding a panzerfaust anti-tank bazooka.


Page 3: The top six miniatures are German soldiers dressed in sand-colored clothes and using karabiner 98 K rifles suitable for Afrika Korps soldiers. The bottom six miniatures are of a German NSKK traffic policeman complete with a MP 40 sub-machine gun and a small stop/slow paddle on three of the panels.


Page 4: All of the German soldiers on this page are SS Waffen in field gray uniforms using MP 40 sub-machine guns. The eighth miniature appears to have been shot and is dropping his gun.


Page 5: The first three German soldiers on this page are using Sumpftarnmuster camouflage for swamps and MP 40 sub-machine guns. The next three German soldiers are using Flecktarn camouflage for summer forests and MP 40 sub-machine guns with one throwing a model 24 Stielhandgranate “stick grenade”. The next three German soldiers have white uniforms on for snow camouflage and MP 40 sub-machine guns with one throwing a model 24 grenade. The last three are German soldiers in field gray uniforms equipped with karabiner 98 K rifles.


Page 6: This page features twelve American soldiers of the 101st wielding M1 garand rifles with helmets camouflaged with leaves. Two of the bottom soldiers are tossing Mk 2 “pineapple” grenades.


Page 7: This page features twelve more American soldiers of the 2nd Division wielding M1 garand rifles with a standard helmet. One of the bottom soldiers is tossing a Mk 2 “pineapple” grenade.


Page 8: The first five and twelfth miniatures are American soldiers are using Thompson sub-machine guns. The next three miniatures are American Military Police soldiers using Thompson sub-machine guns. The final three miniatures on the page are American medics.


Page 9: This page includes sandbags, fences, and barbed wire that can be used as cover or obstacles to be avoided. One of the sandbags has a German soldier using it as cover. There is also a stretcher with two German soldiers carrying a wounded German soldier.

 
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Do they seriously have no Americans with BARs?
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