|Fow-br500||2 pdr gun (8th Army)||10.35||The 2pdr anti tank gun was a superb peice of engineering. Once the gun was deployed it could maintain a high rate of accurate fire form any direction.
Pack contains 2 Medium bases, 1 Small bases, 2 Anti Tank Guns, 8 Crew figures and 3 Command figures. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br501||British AT Platoon w/ 2 2pdr platoon||13.05||Two 2 pdr guns with crew & Command Rifle team
Each division in the BEF has its own Anti-tank Regiment from the Royal Artillery. These have four batteries, each with twelve anti-tank guns in three platoons. These were positioned across the divisional front to prevent armoured breakthroughs. The anti-tank gun used was the excellent Ordnance QF 2 pdr, a high-velocity 40mm weapon capable of penetrating any German tank at combat ranges. Once emplaced, the 2 pdr gun’s uniquely-designed three-legged carriage allowed it a 360-degree traverse and provided excellent stability. The OQF 2 pounder was considered one of the best anti-armour weapons of its day, easily outperforming its German counterpart, the 3.7cm PaK36 gun.||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br505xx||Hotchkiss 25mm Gun x3||19.00||Blister mit drei Modellen.
Three Hotchkiss 25mm guns, three gun crews, Command Rifle team, three Medium bases & one Small base.
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|Fow-br510||6 pdr gun (8th Army)||14.85||The British 8th Army used this anti tank piece to reclaim the battlefield back from Germany's Panzers one tank at a time.
Pack contains 2 Medium Bases, 1 Small Base, 2 Anti tank guns, 8 Crew and 3 Command figures. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br520xx||17/25 pdr gun||16.00||2 Large Bases, 1 Small Base, 2 Anti tank Guns, 8 Crew and 3 Command figures. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br522||17 pdr gun (Para) ||14.85||two 17 pdr gun with crew, one Command Rifle Team, two Large bases & one Small base.
As early as March 1941 the British recognised a need for a 3-inch calibre anti-tank gun to replace those existing in service at the time. A rapid development program was entered into and by August 1942 the first of the new 17pdr guns were sent to the front. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br530||20mm Polsten AA Gun (Para)||14.85||Two 20mm Polsten Anti-aircraft guns with Para crew & two Medium four-hole bases.
While the Polsten saw extensive use in the British army during the latter years of the Second World War, its design was of Polish origin. Before the Germans invaded in September 1939, the Poles were working on a simplified version of the highly effective Oerlikon anti-aircraft gun that would be cheaper to manufacture. Work on the design was virtually complete when the Germans invasions forced the design team to flee to England.
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|Fow-br540||Bofors 40mm gun||14.85||Designed by the Swedes for air defence. It's high rate of fire and explosive shells ensured it saw extensive use throughout WWII.
Pack Contains 2 Bofors guns, 8 early/late Crew, 2 large bases, 1 small base and 3 Command figures ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br541||Bofors 40mm gun (8th Army)||14.85||Used extensively in the desert, the Bofors was on occasion used at zero elevation in last ditch defence vs German armour attacks.
Pack contains 2 40mm Bofors guns with 8 crew, 3 command figures, 2 large bases and 1 small base ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br550||OQF 3.7inch Anti-aircraft gun||10.35||Used in the desert and Western Europe as an improvised AT gun, the 3.7inch AA gun could stop enemy Panzers in their tracks. Contains 1 3.7inch gun and 8 crew. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br573||25 pdr gun||14.85||OQF 25pdr Gun MkII - The 25pdr was a quick to put into action and devsatating to anyone on the receivign end! Used on all battefields by the British during and after WW2.
Pack contains 2 Large Bases, 2 guns, 2 Limbers and 10 Crew figures. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br574||25 pdr gun (8th Army)||14.85||The 25pdr was quick to put into action and devastating to anyone on the receiving end! This version was used in the desert.
The 25pdr was the mainstay of British artillery forces in the desert. Despite its primary role as an artillery piece it quite often found itself in the anti-tank role when the little 2pdr couldn’t hold off the up-armoured Panzers.
Contains 2 large bases, 2 guns, 2 limbers and 10 crew. The 25pdr in Flames of War
The OQF 25pdr is able to serve as both and artillery piece and an Anti-tank gun.
As an artillery piece, the 25pdr has a range of 80"/200cm and has an Anti-tank rating of 4 and Firepower 5+. It also has the ability to fire Smoke Bombardments.
As an Anti-tank gun, the 25pdr has ROF 2, Anti-tank 9 and Firepower 3+ with a range of 24"/60cm.||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br580||BL 5.5inch gun||10.35||Contains a BL 5.5" gun with crew. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br590||Land Mattress Rocket Launcher||14.85||Blister mit zwei Geschützen uns Besatzung.
includes two Land Mattress Rocket Launchers with crew, one Command Rifle team, one Observer Rifle team, two Large bases, one Small three-hole base & one Small two hole base.
The Land Mattress rocket launcher system was developed from the Royal Navy Mattress project. It didn’t take long for the Canadian Royal Artillery to adopt them by converting otherwise idle light anti-aircraft batteries into rocket launcher units. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br701xx||British Company HQ w/ 3 inch mortars||9.00||Company Command Rifle team, 2iC Rifle Command Rifle team & two 3" mortars with crew
British infantry divisions are unique in the world, being the only army with fully-motorised infantry - they don’t have a single horse on strength. Initially, all battalions were pre-war regulars made up almost entirely of long-service volunteers, including a brigade of Guards in Montgomery’s 3rd Division. Since then, battalions of territorials, part-time volunteers, have completed their training and joined them in the lines. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br702||British Infantry Platoon 3 squads and ATR and Mortar||13.05||Command team, three squads, Anti-tank Rifle team & Light mortar team
The rifle squads (or sections as they are termed in the British Army) are eight men strong, with a corporal, Bren gunner, and six riflemen. The Lee Enfield Mk III rifle they use is much the same weapon as their fathers were armed with at the end of the Great War, but the first-rate Bren light machinegun has replaced the old Lewis gun. Two new weapons that would be unfamiliar to their fathers are the 2” light mortar and the Boys anti-tank rifle. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br704||British HMG Platoon w/ 4 Vickers HMGs||8.55||Command Rifle Team & 4 Vickers HMG teams with crew
The Vickers machine-gun is the perfect weapon for the indirect-fire tactics perfected during the Great War. It has proven its reputation for foolproof reliability, and being water-cooled will fire for hours without jamming. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br710||British Artillery HQ||15.75||The Artillery HQ pack is designed to fit out a whole eight gun battery with its staff. You get three Command Rifle teams (one for each Gun Troop and one for the HQ Troop), a Staff team, two Observer Rifle teams, two OP Carriers and a Jeep. All you have to do is add the eight 25 pdrs. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br721||Company HQ||8.55||Late War
Pack contains 2 Small Bases and 3 Medium Bases, 1 Officer, 3 NCO's, 3 LMG Gunners and 11 Riflemen figures. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br722||Rifle Platoon||15.75||3 squads, Rifle Company. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br723||Motor/Pioneer Platoon||8.55||Late War ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br724||Machine-Gun Platoon||8.55||2 sections, Rifle & Motor Company ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br725||Mortar Platoon||15.75||3 Mortar sections, Rifle & Motor Company ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br726||Heavy Mortar Platoon||13.05||The British Heavy Mortar Platoon can support British Rifle Companies, Recce Squadrons and Commando Troops.
These excellent weapons have a range of 48”/120cm, AT 1 and FP 4+ and can fire Smoke bombardments.
It is a Light gun and can be moved about to keep pace with the infantry. Like their smaller brothers the 4.2” still gets to re-roll its first ranging in attempt if they fail.
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|Fow-br741||Company HQ 8th Army||8.55||Early/Mid War, Rifle and Motor Rifle CHQ - The guidance of Montgomery gave 8th Army Coomanders confidence in their battle plans to rout Rommels Afrika Korps from the Desert once and for all. Pack contains 5 Small and 2 Large Bases, 2 Officer, 2 Radio Op, 2 NCO, 4 Riflemen, 2 Piats, and2 3 inch Mortars and 6 Mortarmen figures. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br742||Rifle Platoon 8th Army||15.75||Early/Mid War, Rifle and Motor Rifle Platoon - Under Montgomery the 8th Army became hardened veterans of Desert fighting. Use the troops for ANZAC, Indian and South African troops also. Pack contains 5 Small and 6 Medium Bases, 1 Officer, 1 Radio Op, 3 NCO, 1 2inch Mortar, 3 Boyes AT Rifles, 3 Bren Gunners and 29 Riflemen. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br743||Motorised Rifle Platoon 8th Army||13.05||Early/Mid War, Under Montgomery the 8th Army became hardened veterans of dsert fighting. Well equiped & mobile to dealwith the attack & counter-attack against Rommels Afrikakorps. Contains 1 Officer, 5 NCOs 3 Boys AT rifles, 1 PIAT team (2 miniatures), 1 Light mortar team (2 miniatures), 4 Bren gunners, 16 Riflemen, 6 small and 4 medium bases. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br744||Machine-gun Platoon 8th Army||8.55||Early/Mid War, 8th Army MG Platoon - The backbone of the defence against Rommels Afrika Korps, the men of the MG Platoon stand ready. Pack contains 1 Small and 4 Medium Bases, 1 Officer, 1 Radio Operator, 3 NCO, and 10 MG Gunner Crew figures. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br745||Mortar Platoon 8th Army||15.75||Early/Mid War, 8th Army Mortar Platoon - Pack contains 1x Command (1x Officer, 1x NCO, 1x Rifleman), 3x Observers (3x Observer, 3x Radio), 6x Mortar Teams (6x loader, 6x ammo, 6x commander, 6x mortar tubes, 6x bipods). Plus 6x med & 4x sml bases ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br746xx||Australian Company HQ (with John Jack Edmondson)||9.00||Blister mit Zinnfiguren.
One Company Command Rifle team, one Company 2iC Rifle team, two 3" mortars with crew, two optional captured Italian 81/14 mortars, one Corporal John 'Jack' Edmondson figure, three Small bases & two Medium bases. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br747||ANZAC Platoon||15.75||Early/Mid War, Australian infantry wore their distinctive slouch hats at every opportunity. These hard-fighting veterans were the bane of Rommels DAK! Contains: 1 officer, 4 NCOs, 3 Bren gunners, 1 Boys ATR gunner, 2 Mortar team (2 miniatures), 26 Riflemen (mix of helmets and slouch hats), 3 small and 6 medium bases. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br749||Artillery HQ 8th Army||8.55||Early/Mid War, The artillery headquarters is highly skilled at directing the hard-hitting 25pdr batteries. British artillery was feared as its over-sized gun batteries could deliver devastating fire-power. Contains: 1 Staff team (4 miniatures, table and stool), 3 command teams (3 miniatures), 2 observer teams (2 miniatures), 5 small and 1 medium base. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br756||LRDG Patrol||8.10||Early/Mid War, The LRDG were an elite group of desert raiders, first formed with resourceful kiwi troops they excelled in gathering intelligence and conducting raids. Contains 2 LRDG Patrols (20 miniatures). ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br757||SAS Patrol||8.10||Early/Mid War, The SAS in their well armed jeeps, forayed deep into enemy territory to raid vital airfields, HQs and communication centres, disrupting German war efforts. Contains 2 SAS patrols (24 miniatures) ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br758||LRDG / SAS Dismounted Patrols||8.55||Blister mit 10 Bases eines 20 Mann starken Infanterietrupps aus Zinn.
Zen Dismounted LRDG/SAS teams & ten Small bases.
The British were the first to organise proper deep desert raiding forces beginning with the Long Range Desert Group, also known as the LRDG. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br761xx||Inf HQ Italy||9.00||Mid/Late War, Blister contains 1 Company Command Team, 2 IC team & 3 Mortar team ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br762xx||Inf Platoon Italy||17.00||Mid/Late War, Blister mit 9 Rifle/MG teams ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br763xx||Motor Platoon Italy||14.00||Mid/Late War, Organised in either lorried or trucked motor platoons, these veteran troops lead the way for your army from North Africa through Sicily and on to victory in Italy. Contains: 1 officer, 5 NCOs, 4 Bren gunners, 1 PIAT gunner, 1 2 Mortar team (2 miniatures), 3 Boys ATR gunners, 17 Riflemen, 6 Small and 4 Medium bases. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br764xx||Machine-gun Platoon Italy||9.00||Mid/Late War, Blister mit 3 HMG teams und 1 Command team ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br765xx||Mortar Platoon Italy||9.00||Mid/Late War, Blister mit 4 Mortar teams, 1 Command team, 2 Observer teams. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br766xx||Royal Engineers||9.00||Mid/Late War ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br767||Gurkha Rifle Platoon||15.75||includes HQ Section & three Rifle Squads.
The Gurkhas of Nepal have a superb reputation as first-class fighting men. They are recruited from hardy hill tribes in the Himalayan mountains. Their ferociousness when using their heavy-bladed Khukuri knives in close combat is legendary. So too is their determination not to abandon their weapon while still alive. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br768||Commonwealth Rifle Platoon (with Company HQ)||20.70||Three Rifle Squads, one Light Mortar team, one PIAT team, one Platoon Command team & one Rifle Company HQ.
No matter what higher headquarters or the papers say, the real fighting is done by the infantry soldier. With little fanfare they are the ones that slog through the terrain regardless of weather and overcome the enemy in their bunkers.
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|Fow-br769xx||4.2 Inch Mortar Platoon||17.00||Blister mit einem Platoon aus Zinn.
The British Heavy Mortar Platoon can support British Rifle Companies, Recce Squadrons and Commando Troops.
These excellent weapons have a range of 48”/120cm, AT -/1 and FP 2+/4+ and can fire Smoke. The Man-packed special rule means they are not slowed by rough terrain just like infantry. Like their smaller brothers the 4.2” still gets to re-roll its first ranging in attempt if they fail. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br781xx||Company HQ Indian||9.00||Mid War, the Indian army fought along side the British army throughout the war. Their skill and bravery became legendary. Contains: 2 British officers, 3 Indian officers, 5 NCOs, 4 Rifleman, 2 Blacker Bombards, 4 crew, 5 small and 2 medium bases. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br782||Rifle Platoon Indian||15.75||Mid War, The Sikhs of the Indian army wore turbans in battle as a mark of their fighting prowess. It is a mark of shame fo a Sikh to turn their back on an enemy. Contains: 1 officer, 4 NCOs, 3 Bren gunners, 1 PIAT gunner, 1 Boys gunner, 1 Light mortar team (2 miniatures), 27 riflemen, 4 small and 6 medium bases. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br784xx||Machine-gun Platoon Indian||9.00||Mid War, The turbaned Sikhs of the Indian army used their water-cooled vickers machine-guns with deadly effect against both German and Italian. Contains: 1 officer, 1 NCO, 1 rifleman, 4 gunners, 4 loaders, 4 spotters, 4 Vickers MGs, 1 small and 4 medium bases. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br785||Mortar Platoon Indian||13.05||Mid War, The Indians were skilled mortarmen, shelling the enemy remorselessly at every opportunity. Contains: 1 Officer, 1 NCO, 1 Rifleman, 3 Observer teams (2 miniatures each), 6 3 Mortars, 18 crew, 4 small and 6 medium bases. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br790||7th Armoured Division Motor Platoon||15.75||Also includes enough miniatures and bases to field a Rifle Platoon.
Inside the pack you will find enough miniatures and bases to make a Motor Platoon from page 56 of Villers-Bocage or a Rifle Platoon from page 59 of Villers-Bocage.
The Motor Platoon is mounted in M5 half-tracks (BR201) has four MG teams, a PIAT team and a Light Mortar team. The MG teams provide plenty of firepower (a total of 12 dice if stationary), a PIAT for anti-tank defence, and a light mortar for smoke. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br793||Commando Platoon||15.75|| The Commando Platoon pack contains enough miniatures to make six Commando Rifle/MG teams, one Command Rifle/MG team, one Command Rifle team for the Company HQ, one PIAT team and one Light Mortar team. It also includes SMG armed miniatures for upgrading a section. The Commando Platoon can be used to support a number of British companies from Festung Europa and D Minus 1, but also make a devastating light infantry force of their own.
They are Fearless Veterans, and combined with their You Are Not Alone special rule, it makes them a very hard nut to crack.||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br794||Commando Weapons Platoons||13.05||Commando Machine-gun Platoon and Commando Mortar Platoon
One Machine-gun Platoon and one Mortar Platoon can support each Commando Troop. The three weapon platoons are small, but the reduction in numbers has minimal effect on there ability to support their comrades. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br805||British Mortar Platoon||15.75||Enthält: 1 Befehlsteam, 3 Observierteams und 6 3" Mortarteams. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br808||Glider Pilot Platoon||13.05||Glider Pilot Platoon with 3 squads & Command SMG Team.
Keep them in reserve and commit them where they are needed most to shore up your perimeter defence.
The Gilder Pilot Platoon uses the following special rules as seen on page 25 of A Bridge Too Far:
The Glider Pilot Regiment is composed of officers and NCOs, so is never without a leader.
A Glider Pilot Platoon uses the German Mission Tactics special rule found on page 166 of the rulebook.
All teams in a Glider Pilot Platoon carry Gammon Bombs giving them Tank Assault 3.
The 1st Airborne Division used the majority of the army’s limited number of body armour sets. These were primarily given to the Glider Pilot Regiment to protect them against Flak. The armour would not stop bullets, nor could it afford much protection in closequarter fighting. Instead it was designed to protect the wearer from shrapnel and other flying debris.
All teams in a Glider Pilot Platoon are equipped with body armour. When a team with body armour is hit by an Artillery Bombardment and fails its Infantry Save, immediately roll a die:
On a result of 6, the team’s body armour has saved it from harm and it is not Destroyed.
Otherwise, the team is Destroyed as normal. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br809||Airborne Assault Squads||8.55||includes two Assault squads each with two Motorcycle Pioneer Rifle teams & two Large bases.
The ‘Blitz Troop’, as the assault platoon was commonly known in the regiment, provided the commander with a motorcycle-mounted infantry force able to keep up with the light tanks, and then dismount to clear obstacles and assault troublesome anti-tank guns. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br812||Guards Rifle Platoon||15.75||The Armoured and rifle platoons were imperative to the success of Operation Market Garden. They provided protection to the armoured column as they drove deep into enemy territory. The Foots Guards had a long and distinguished service career in the British army. They take their duty as the Royal Family guard very seriously, in combat they are very committed and are willing to go to extraordinary lengths to achieve victory.
The guardsmen of the infantry battalions supply the tanks with excellent protection. These troops will clear out enemy strong points of anti-tank weapons, keeping the tanks moving forward.
Positioned towards the front of the column, as soon as the enemy is contacted, the infantry dismount and clear out any threats.||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br880||Pip Roberts (Warrior)||8.55||pip Roberts was the British armys leadingtank commander. His use of combined arms and his ability to achieve, led to his rapid promotion. Contains Pip Roberts and his Grant tank. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br882xx||Brigadier Young & Commando Platoon||17.00||Mid War
Peter Young's No.3 Commando was the first into battle and determined to be the best. It fought in Europe, Sicily and Italy. Contains: 1 Young, 2 officers, 6 SMG gunners, 5 Bren gunners, 1 PIAT gunner, 24 riflemen, 4 small and 6 medium bases. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br886||Lt. Colonel Frost and Para Commanders||8.55||Blister mit zahlreichen Charakteren verschiedener Fallschirmtruppen. Enthält ausserdem passende Bitz und Fusstruppen. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br887xx||Major General Montgomery||11.00||Blister mit General Montgomery und einem Einsatzziel für Szenarien.
Major-General Montgomery is a Warrior and a Higher Command Pistol team rated as Confident Veteran.
You may field Montgomery in any Rifle Company for +75 points. Montgomery achieved his successes without the aid of tanks or the French far to the south. A force fielding Montgomery may not contain A11 or A12 Tank Platoons or any allied French platoons. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|
|Fow-br888xx||Brigadier JC -Jock- Campbell||11.00||Blister mit Brigadier JC 'Jock' Campbell in 3 Varianten.
Mounted & dismount Jock Campbell with cut-down Ford Station Wagon, Observer team with Universal Carrier & crew. ||Battlefront||Flames of War|