WORLD WAR ONE - 1914-1918 - EARLY WAR - (28mm)

EARLY WAR

GERMAN - BRITISH - FRENCH - AUSTRIAN

LATE WAR

GERMAN - BRITISH

BLISTER PACKS
CLICK  TO VIEW WW1G01 GERMANS SKIRMISHING A (8)
CLICK  TO VIEW WW1G02 GERMANS SKIRMISHING B (8)
CLICK  TO VIEW WW1G03 GERMANS SKIRMISHING C (8)
CLICK  TO VIEW WW1G04 GERMANS COMMAND (8)
CLICK  TO VIEW WW1G05 GERMAN HMGs A (3)
CLICK  TO VIEW WW1G06 GERMANS WITH GRENADES (8)
CLICK  TO VIEW WW1G07 GERMANS WITH GAS MASKS (8)
CLICK  TO VIEW WW1G08 GERMANS IN FIELD CAPS (8)
CLICK  TO VIEW WW1G09 GERMAN JAGERS SKIRMISHING A (8)
CLICK  TO VIEW WW1G10 GERMAN JAGERS SKIRMISHING B (8)
WW1G11 GERMAN HMGs B (3)
WW1G12 GERMAN MOUNTED COMMAND (3)
CLICK  TO VIEW WW1G13 GERMAN CAVALRY LANCERS (3)
CLICK  TO VIEW WW1G14 GERMAN FIELD ARTILLERY (1)

The Early Imperial German Army
Dr. Gavin Hughes

A brief guide and background to the regiments of 'field-greys', which will
hopefully give you a few ideas of how to use them on your wargames table.

German Jager Battalions in the Great War 1914- 1918
Dr. Gavin Hughes

The Jagers of the Imperial German Army are sometimes an overlooked troop
type, yet these fast moving, sharpshooting, troops fought tenaciously
on every front, from the mountainous passes of Macedonia to the bloody
quagmire of Verdun. By the very nature of their duties and organisation,
they were ideal light infantry.

German Cavalry Units 1914 - 1918
Dr. Gavin Hughes

In the early period of the Western Front, the role of German cavalry
was, arguably, at its highest profile. In the swift war of movement
dictated by the Schlieffen Plan, the German cavalry became the literal
spearhead of the thrust into Belgium. In the dying summer days of 1914,
the cavalry regiments symbolised all that Imperial Germany held dear.


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