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Fow-ge114PaK40 auf RSO8.55Eine Pak40 mit Base und Besatzung. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge5013.7cm PaK36 gun13.05Known also as the German armies "doorknocker". It is the standard anti-tank gun of the German army and has seen action in all theatres of war - 2 Medium Bases, 1 Small Base, 2 Anti tank Guns, 8 Crew and 3 Command figures. Range 24"/60cm; ROF 3; Anti-tank 6; Firepower 4+ When firing Stielgranate Range 8"/20cm; ROF 1; Anti-tank 12; Firepower 5+BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge502Anti-tank Gun Platoon (FJ)13.05Early/Mid/Late War3.7cm PaK 36 & 4.2cm PJK 41(FJ x2); Two 3.7cm gun (includes 2 4.2cm PJK 41 options), 8 crew, drop canister, 2 medium base, command team (3 miniatures, 1 small base). BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge5033.7cm PaK36 gun (SS)13.05The 3.7cm PaK36 was Germany standard anti-tank weapon at the outbreak of war in 1939. Contains one Command SMG team, two 3.7cm PaK36 gun with crew, one Small base & two Medium bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge5097.5cm IG37 gun (x2)13.05Two 7.5cm IG37 guns with crew, one Command SMG team, one Observer Rifle team, one Small three-hole base, one Small two-hole base & two Medium bases. Introduced in 1944, the 7.5cm Infanteriegeschütz (meaning Infantry Gun or IG for short) 37 was based on the gun carriage of 3.7cm PaK36 anti-tank gun which by this late stage of the war was effectually redundant. The gun was originally designated the 7.5cm PaK37, however this caused confusion since the weapon’s primary role was not intended as a anti-tank gun. Therefore, the designation was changed to 7.5cm IG37. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge5105cm PaK38 gun14.85Where the German army went, the PaK38 was there. Firing tungsten-cored ammunition, it can destroy all but the most protected enemy tank - pack contains 2 Medium Bases, 1 Small Base, 2 Anti tank Guns, 8 Crew and 3 Command figures. The PaK38 has a range of 24”/60cm, ROF 3, Anti-tank 9 with a 4+ Firepower.BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge5125cm PaK38 gun20.70Issued to the German Army in April 1941, the 5cm PaK38 was the successor of the 3.7cm PaK36 anti-tank gun. Developed in the late 1930s by Rheinmetall-Borsig, the 5cm Pak38 soon proved its worth during the early campaigns and into Operation Barbarossa. Includes three 5cm PaK38 guns with crew, Command SMG team, one Small base & three Medium bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge5167.5cm PaK50 Gun14.85Two 7.5cm PaK50 guns with crew, one Command SMG team, one Observer Rifle team, two Large bases, one Small three-hole base & one Small two-hole base. The design of the PaK50 melds the chassis of a 5cm PaK38 with a cut-down gun from a 7.5cm PaK40, using a large muzzle brake to stop the recoil tearing the combination apart. Its anti-tank capability is better than the older infantry gun designs, while the longer barrel gives it considerably greater range. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge5207.5cm PaK40 gun14.85The PaK 40 was the main German Anti-tank gun of the mid to late war. It defended the Grenadier Battalions from Allied tank attacks extremely well. Pack contains 2 Large Bases, 1 Small Base, 2 Anti tank Guns, 8 Crew and 3 Command figures. The PaK 40 is and answer to most enemy armour, is has Range 32”/80cm, ROF 2, Anti-tank 12, FP 3+, a gun shield, and it’s advantage over the larger 8.8cm FlaK 36, it’s a Small gun, making it hard to spot when it leys low.BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge5217.5cm PaK40 Crew 17.10three 7.5cm PaK40 Anti-tank guns with crew, one Command SMG team, one Small base & three Large bases. The development of the 7.5cm PaK40 came about as a direct result of the experiences had by the Wehrmacht during Operation Barbarossa when they encountered the heavy Soviet KV-1 series of tanks. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge5257.62 Pak36(r) gun14.40Ever adaptable the German Army pressed many of the captured excellent Soviet 76mm Anti-Tank guns back into service against their previous owners. Pack contains 2 Large Bases, 1 Small Base, 2 Anti tank Guns, 8 Crew and 3 Command figures. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge5308.8cm PaK43/41 gun14.858.8 cm Panzerabwehrkanone 43 - A deadly weapon. With a low silhouette and protected by a well sloped shield, the PaK43 can destroy every armoured foe that comes into its sights. Pack contains 2 Large Bases, 1 Small Base, 2 Anti tank Guns, 8 Crew and 3 Command figures. It has Range 40”/100cm, ROF 2, Anti-tank 16, Firepower 3+ and the crew are protected by a gun shield.BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge5318.8cm PaK43 Cruciform Mount14.85Contains two 8.8cm PaK43 Cruciform Mount guns and command team. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge537FJ 2cm Quad FlaK Gun Platoon15.75with 3 guns and Command Team Falllschirmjägerkompanie BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge543Anti-aircraft Gun Platoon (FJ)13.05Early/Mid/Late War2cm Flak38 gun (FJ x2); In the hands of the veteran Fallschirmjager this rapid firing anti-aircraft weapon proved highly destructive in the ground support role. Contains: two 2cm FlaK38 gun, 2 trailers, and 8 crew, a command team (3), 1 drop canister, 2 medium and 1 small bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge5463.7cm Flakzwilling 4315.75Includes a Luftwaffe Light Anti-Aircraft Gun Platoon with three 3.7cm Flakzwilling 43 guns and command SMG team, three medium bases and one small base. The Luftwaffe is responsible for defending our troops from enemy aircraft. To do this, they have stationed anti-aircraft batteries all along the front line and created flak strongpoints covering most of the vital areas. Protecting the defenders of Berlin from airborne threats is the utmost priority of the anti-aircraft platoons. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge5473.7cm FlaK4314.85Contains 2 Medium Bases, 1 Small Base, 2 AA Guns, 8 Crew and 3 Command figures. The 3.7cm FlaK43 gun is Immobile and has Range 24”/60cm, ROF 4, AT 6, FP 4+, is Anti-aircraft, has a Gun shield and a Turntable.BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge5483.7cm FlaK43 Anti-aircraft gun15.75he 3.7cm FlaK43 gun can be fielded in the Anti-aircraft Gun Platoon supporting any company from Cobra. Like the 2cm FlaK38 gun they are also ideal multi-role weapons filling the light anti-tank and anti-infantry requirements as well as their normal anti-aircraft role. However, it excels at anti-aircraft fire combining a high rate of fire with excellent firepower. The net result is that very few attacking aircraft make through the fire to strike their targets. The 3.7cm FlaK43 gun is Immobile and has Range 24”/60cm, ROF 4, AT 6, FP 4+, is Anti-aircraft, has a Gun shield and a Turntable. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge5493.7cm FlaK43 Platoon (Winter) 15.75includes three 3.7cm FlaK43 Anti-aircraft gun with crew, one Command SMG team, one Small three-hole base & three Medium bases. During the pre-war and early period of the war medium anti-aircraft guns (3.7cm and 4cm calibres) were relegated to a relatively minor role in Germany’s air defence. Instead emphasis was placed on the light 2cm calibre weapons such as the FlaK30, FlaK38 and Flakvierling 38 (Quad 2cm). BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge5508.8cm FlaK36 gun10.35Early/Mid/Late War, The most famous gun of the war. Equally good at destroying aircraft or tanks, the 88 has a high rate of fire and excellent armour penetration - Pack contains 1 large base, 1 Anti Aircraft gun (with cruciform and trailer unit) and 8 crew figures. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge5518.8cm FlaK4110.35Includes one 8.8cm FlaK41 anti-aircraft gun, ammunition limber, eight crew figures, one medium base and one large base. The German 8.8cm Flugabwehrkanone (flight defence cannon, or FlaK) gun is one of the most famous guns in the world. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge55210.5cm FlaK3910.35Includes one 10.5cm FlaK39 gun with additional loading crew, trailer and large base. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge556xx7.5cm leIG18 gun16.00Blister mit zwei Geschützen und Besatzung aus Zinn. Two 7.5cm leIG18 guns with crew, one Command SMG team, one Observer Rifle team, two Small bases & two Medium bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge557xx15cm sIG33 gun16.00The 15cm schweres InfanterieGeschutz 33 (sIG33) was designed and built to fulfil the requirement for a powerful, close support gun for the infantry. The German Army preferred infantry support guns rather than the mortar that most other countries tended to favor for this kind of role. Includes two 15cm sIG33 guns with crew, one Command SMG team, one Observer Rifle team, two Small bases & two Medium Bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge5607.5cm LeIG18 gun14.857.5cm leichtes Infantriegeschütz 18 Normally horse drawn, this support artillery was easily light enough to be man-handled into position. Quick into action and flexible - Pack contains 2 Medium Bases bases, 2 Artillery peices and 8 Gunner figures, and command figures. It is also a handy last-ditch anti-tank weapon with AT9, but its short range means the tanks are getting rather close! (Range 16”/40cm). It has a FP 3+ and ROF 2. Complete the platoon by adding a command SMG team and an Observer Rifle teamBattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge5617.5cm LG40 (FJ), Remastered8.55Contains: 2 7.5cm LG 40 guns, 8 crew, and a command team, 2 medium and 1 small base. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge563Light Artillery Battery (FJ)15.75Early/Mid/Late War7.5cm GebG36 gun & 10.5cm LG40: These were ideal for Diving Eagles operations. Giving greater range than the recoiless guns and greaking down into 7 pieces to enable air transport. Contains: 2 7.5cm GebG35 guns, 2 10.5cm LG40 guns, 1 command team (3 miniatures) and 10 crew. 2 Large Base, 1 small base. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge5647.5cm leIG 18 (x2) (late)14.85The light 7.5cm LeIG18 infantry gun is a great piece of support equipment for your troops. It offers a front-line artillery element to your grenadiers, providing valuable pins before an assault. Their direct-fire Firepower of 3+ is very helpful picking out heavy weapons and blasting them with a reasonable ROF of 2. They are also a handy platoon for its Anti-tank of 9, allowing it to smack an unsuspecting tank or halftrack! Pack includes: 2x 7.5cm LeIG18 infantry gun teams 1x Command team 1x Observer team 1x Motorcycle sidecar BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge565xx15cm sIG33 gun (x2)16.00Early/Mid/Late War, A powerful and capable weapon. The versatility of this weapon with its wide range of ammunition types means it can perform any infantry fire support mission - Pack contains 2 medium bases, 2 guns and 10 crew figures. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge566xx15cm siG33 Gun LW (x2)17.00Blister mit 2 Geschützen. The 15cm siG33 infantry gun is a powerful addition to German infantry companies. With Anti-tank 13 and Firepower 1+, it will devestate hapless enemy tanks. It it also a Bunker Buster and will help clear enemy bunkers and fortified buildings. The gun can also deliver a template that will inflict an Anti-tank 4, Firepower 2+ bombardment. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge56812cm sGW43 Heavy Mortar (FJ)15.75Full platoon - four mortars, command, observers Heavy Mortar Platoon BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge574xx10.5cm leFH18 howitzer, Africa16.0010.5cm Le FH18 Field Howitzer - The main weapon of the German Field Artillery throughout WW2. Used extensively to support the Infantry Battalions. Often horse drawn. Contains: 2 large bases, 2 guns and 10 DAK crew. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge59128cm sWG41 rocket launchers8.5515cm Nebelwerfer 41 - The launch of these terrifying rockets can be heard by enemy units, the screaming sound provokes fear and dread as explosive death rains down - Pack contains 3 large bases, 3 Nebelwerfers and 15 crew figures. early, mid, lat BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge59221cm NW42 Rocket Launcher15.753 launchers, Observer team & Command team In Flames Of War A battery of 21cm NW42 launchers provides a cheaper option when compared to traditional artillery pieces with improved performance compared to the 15cm NW41. Range: 72”/180cm; Anti-tank 3; Firepower 3+ BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge59530cm NW42 Rocket Launcher15.75Three 30cm NW42 Rocket Launchers with crew, one Command SMG team, one Observer Rifle team one Small three-hole base, one Small two-hole base & three Large bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge59710.5cm NbW4015.75includes one Command SMG team, one Observer Rifle team, three 10.5cm NbW40 heavy mortars with crew, one Small three-hole base, one Small two-hole base, three Large six-hole bases, & one Base plug sprue. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge660Skorzeny Commando Group10.35two Skorzeny Commando teams, two one-piece resin jeeps, two sign posts & one barrel. The role of Skorzeny’s commandos is the sew the seeds of panic and confusion amongst the ranks of the American defenders during the opening stages of the Ardennes offensive. This would allow the hard-hitting panzers to then smash through the line of the disorganised enemy. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge670German Stowage8.55Early/Mid/Late War, Make your vehicles look battle worn and well used, by adding camouflage nets, Jerry cans and boxes. Your tanks can also add track links for extra armour. Contains 6 Stowage Sprues BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge680xxPantherturm I9.00Blister mit 1 Bunkerbase und einem Turm. One Panther turret and turret base plate. Manned by a specially trained crew of three; a commander, loader and gunner the Panther turrets were employed as part of the fortified positions known as the Hitler Line overlooking the Liri Valley during the Cassino campaign. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge681xxTurret Bunkers11.00Blister mit 2 Bunkerbases und 3 Türmen. One R-35 turret, one APX turret, one Panzer II turret and two turret base plates. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge682xxT-34/76 Turret Bunker9.00Blister mit 1 Bunkerbases. One T-34 obr 1941 turret and turret base plate. After invading the Soviet Union, the Germans were keen to make use of the spoils of war left behind by the Red Army. Thousands of Soviet tanks littered the battlefield during the summer of 1941 and the Germans were keen to salvage whatever they could; however, many of these tanks proved beyond repair. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge683xxP40 Turret9.00includes one P40 Turret & Resin Scenic Turret Base. When the Germans began constructing Fortress Europe they quickly realised that they simply did not have the time or the resources to fortify their empire with conventional bunkers. Tank turret bunkers were developed to counter this problem. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge684Panzer IV Turret Bunker8.55Includes one Panzer IV Turret & resin scenic turret base. The concept of utilising tank turrets in fixed fortified positions had become standard practice within the German Army. Initially the turrets used for these purposes were either from captured enemy tanks or obsolete designs. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge701Company HQ8.55Early/Mid War, German Officers lead from the front as an example to their Panzergrenadiers. This leadership style makes them tactically decisive in the close battles of France and Russia - Pack contains 2 small bases, 2 medium bases, 2 Officer, 4 NCO, 3 AT Rifle Gunner, 2 Rifleman, 2 Panzerknackers, 2 Gun crew, 1 2.8cm AT rifle, 1 8.8cm RW43 Püppchen. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge702Grenadier Platoon15.75Early/Mid War, Grenadiers are the mainstay of the victorious German army. Fighting on foot, these soldiers are well armed and confident in their training ~ Pack contains 2 small bases, 8 medium bases, 1 Officer, 5 NCO, 1 Panzerknacker, 1 50mm Mortar Gunner, 1 50mm Mortar Loader, 4 MG Gunner, 4 MG Loader and 29 Riflemen figures. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge703Panzergrenadier Platoon15.75Early/Mid War, Panzergrenadiers spearhead attacks in close cooperation with the Panzers. They are always at the forfront of the Blitzkrieg. - Pack contains 2 small bases, 6 medium bases, 1 Officer, 4 NCO, 1 Panzerknacker, 1 50mm Mortar Gunner, 1 50mm Mortar Loader, 6 MG Gunner, 6 MG Loader and 16 Riflemen figures. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge704Machine-gun Platoon8.55Early/Mid War, Firing 850 rounds of 7.92mm a munite, these deadly machine guns can halt an infantry attack in its tracks. The distinctive ripping sound it makes is an infantrymans nightmare come true - Pack contains 1 small base, 4 medium bases, 1 Officer, 1 NCO, 1 Rifleman, 4 MG34s, 4 MG34 Gunner and 8 MG34 Loader figures. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge705Mortar Platoon8.55Early/Mid War, German crews are alert and efficient, they can bracket an area with uncanny accuracy and target it to ensure that survival is made...difficult - Pack contains 3 small bases, 4 medium bases, 1 Officer, 1 NCO, 3 Riflemen, 2 Observer, 4 Medium Mortars, 4 Gunner and 8 Loader figures. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge709German Artillery HQ8.55Early/Mid/Late War, Artillery is the best way to force the enemy out of a dug-in position. The artillery headquarters co-ordinated the concentrated fire-power of the divisions heavy guns. Contains: 3 Observer teams (2 miniatures each), 3 command teams (3 miniatures each) and 1 Staff team (table, 2 stool and 5 miniatures) (6 small and 1 medium base) BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge71112cm sGW43 Mortar Platoon 14.85The 12cm sGW43 mortar is available as an upgrade to the 8cm GW34 mortar in the Mortar Platoons of the Panzergrenadierkompanie, Gepanzerte Panzergrenadierkompanie, and Grenadierkompanie. The 12cm sGW43 mortar is a major step up from the 8cm mortar, offering substantially more range and hitting power. It has a range of 56”/140cm, a Anti-tank of 3 and a Firepower of 3+. It is a Light gun so is easy to conceal and reasonably manoeuvrable. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge720Grenadier Platoon (Greatcoats, 3 Sections)15.75Early/Mid/Late War BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge721Company HQ (late)8.55Mid/Late War, Grenadier and Panzergrenadier CHQ - Veteran German commanders and leaders have experience in all aspects of warfare. They lead the German army with ferocity, flair and courage - Pack contains 2 small bases, 3 medium bases, 2 Officer, 4 NCO, 2 Panzerschreck Gunner, 2 Loader, 2 HMG, 2 Gunner and 4 Loader figures. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge722Grenadier Platoon (late)15.75Mid/Late War, Grenadier and Panzergrenadier Platoon - Very committed, but often understrength and overstretched. Sections of 8 men carried two MG42s to give the Germans a huge advantage in firepower. Pack contains 1 small base, 6 medium bases, 1 Officer, 4 NCO, 6 MG42 Gunner, 6 MG42 Loader, 4 Panzerfaust armed Riflemen and 13 Riflemen figures. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge723Panzergrenadier Platoon (late)13.05This Panzergrenadier Platoon can be used to build an armoured or unarmoured Panzergrenadier platoon from either Fortress Europe, Monty’s Meatgrinder, or Hammer and Sickle. You get a 3 Squad Panzergrenadier Platoon, which you can then use with half-tracks or trucks. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge725Mortar Platoon (Panzergrenadier- & Grenadierkompanie)15.75Pack Contents: 1 Officer, 1 NCO, 4 Grenadiers, 3 Observers, 6 Medium Mortars, 6 Gunners, 12 Loaders. 4 small bases, 6 medium bases BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge726Pioneer Platoon (2 sections and goliath)10.35Pioneer Platoon - Hardened professionals trained to destroy obstacles that impedes the relentless march of German might. They are well equipped to do that difficult job - Pack contains 2 small base, 4 medium bases, 1 Officer, 2 NCO, 14 Pioneer, 2 MG42 Gunner, 2 MG42 Loader, 2 Flamethrower Gunner figures and 1 Goliath. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge727Pioneer Platoon (late)15.75While the Soviets built up to Operation Bagration German commanders set to organizing their defensive line. The Pioneer battalions all along the front were tasked with designing the intricate lines upon lines of fortifications. When the fight finally did come, the Pioneers were tasked with defending against the heavy assault guns and tanks. When it comes to digging in, no German platoon is better equipped than the Pioneer platoon. Armed with rifles, machine-guns, shovels, picks and plenty of explosives, the Pioneers are ready for their next assignment. In a pinch they are well armed with explosives (Tank Assault 4) and flamethrowers to take on the enemy’s tanks and bunkers. Pack includes: 6x Pioneer teams 1x Pioneer Command team BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge728Tank-Hunters8.55 includes two Panzerschreck teams, twelve Panzerfaust figures & two Medium four-hole bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge732Grenadier Platoon (late) 13.05-6 Rifle/MG teams -1 Command SMG team with optional Panzerfaust. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge734Machine-gun Platoon (late)8.554x MG42 HMG gun team 1x Command SMG team BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge735Mortar Platoon (late)15.75Pack Contains: 6x 8cm GW34 mortar teams 3x Observer Rifle team 1x Command SMG team This pack can be used to field the Mortar Platoon from a variety of German Grenadier and motorised Panzergrenadier companies in late war. Like most mortars the 8cm GW34 mortar can only be fired in a Bombardment. It is Man-packed for easy movement, has a Range of 40”/100cm, Anti-tank 2 and Firepower 6. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge737Assault Rifle Platoon15.75Late War, From the battle of the Bulge onward, sufficient numbers of the new assault weapons were available to equip two squads out of three in most platoons. Contains: 1 officer, 2 SMG NCOs, 2 MG42 gunners, 2 MG42 loaders, 5 Riflemen, 2 StG44 NCOs, 4 StG44 Panzerfaust, 16 StG44 riflemen, 1 small bases, 6 medium bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge738Begleit Assault Platoon10.35• 3x Begleit Teams • 1x Command Team • 12x Begleit Tank Riders StuG G Assault Guns not included BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge741Company HQ (Afrika)8.55Mid/Late War, Afrika Korps Panzergrenadiers - Rommels aggressive leadership of Afrika Korp veterans enabled him to quickly gain the upper hand in the desert. Contains: 2 Officers, 3 NCOs, 1 Panzerknacker, 3 AT Rifles, 2 Riflemen, 3 gun crew, 1 2.8cm AT Rifle, 1 RW43 Puppchen, 2 Small and 2 Medium bases BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge742Schützen Platoon (Afrika)15.75Three Schützen squads, Light mortar team, Anti-tank Rifle team & Command MG team. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge743Panzergrenadier Platoon (Afrika Korps)13.05Afrika Korps Panzergrenadiers - Always short of equipment the well led Afrika Korps inflicted many defeats on the British and Dominion troops up until El Alamein, October 1942. Contains: 1 Officer, 4 NCOs, 1 Panzerknacker, 6 MG gunners, 6 MG loaders, 10 Riflemen, 1 Small and 6 Medium bases BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge744Machine-gun Platoon (Afrika)8.55Mid War, Afrika Korps Panzergrenadiers - Always short of equipment the well lead Afrika Korps inflicted many defeats on the British and Dominion troops up until El Alamein October 1942. Contains 1 small base, 4 medium bases, 1 Officer, 1 NCO, 1 Rifleman, 4 HMGs, 4 HMG Gunner and 8 HMG Loader. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge745Mortar Platoon (Afrika)8.55Mid War, Afrika Korps Panzergrenadiers - Always short of equipment the well lead Afrika Korps inflicted many defeats on the British and Dominion troops up until El Alamein October 1942. Contains 2 small bases, 3 medium bases, 1 Officer, 1 NCO, 1 Rifleman, 1 Observer, 1 Radio operator, 3 Medium Mortars, 9 crew. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge747Pioneer Platoon (Afrika)20.70Drei Pionier-Trupps und eine Kommandoabteilung aus Zinn, enthält ausserdem drei zusätzliche Flammenwerfer. Three Pionier Squads and one Command Rifle team, with optional flamethrowers (x3). BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge749xxDAK Artillery HQ9.00Early/Mid War BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge752xxSchützen Platoon (early)22.00Equipped with the superb MG-34 and transport vehicles, the Schutzen and Panzerschutzen were the forerunners of the Panzergrenadier, providing support to the panzers. Contains Three Squads and Company HQ Schützen BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge754HMG Platoon w/ 4 HMGS8.55Armed with the versatile MG34, the HMG platoons of the German army were able to pour fire into an enemy to either suppress them in attack or pin them down in defence. Capable of firing up to 800 rounds a minute, the MG34 had a unique feature of being able to produce semi-automatic or fully automatic fire depending on which part of the trigger was used. Another important feature of the MG34 was the ability to quickly change barrels due to the overheating associated with prolonged periods of use. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge755xxMortar Platoon w/6 8cm Mortars17.00Contains 3 Mortar sections, Observer team & Command team. Most Schützen battalions have a weak machine-gun platoon in each company and a further company of two machine-gun platoons and a battery of six 8cm sGW34 schwere Granatwerfer heavy mortars. However, some Panzer divisions have a full machine-gun platoon in each Schützenkompanie. These divisions place their mortar platoon in the battalion’s heavy company instead. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge761Fallschirmjäger Company HQ8.55includes one Company Command SMG team, one 2iC Command SMG team, one Anti-tank Rifle team, one Mortar Section with three Light Mortar teams, one Open Drop canister, one Closed Drop canister & seven Small bases. Only the best Officers could lead Fallschirmjager troops. Jumping out of aircraft at 250 feet, into the middle of an opposing Army is not for the faint-hearted.BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge763Fallschirmjager Platoon (Battleworn, 3 Squads)15.75Battleworn veteran infantry in campaign dress for Tunisia and Italy. 3 Squads. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge764Machine-gun Platoon (FJ)8.55Fallschirmjager MG Platoon - MG platoons excelled at breaking up enemy infantry. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge765Mortar Platoon (FJ)13.05Mortar Platoon with 2 Mortar Sections & Heavy Mortar Platoon option The reliable 8cm mortar enabled the lightly armed Fallschirmjäger to respond to attacks with a bombardment before they had the support of other ground forces. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge766Pioneer Platoon (FJ)13.05with two squads. Fallschirmpionier troops are ready to lend it supply trucks to help your paratroopers dig in, or to deploy fortification such as a mine field or barbed wire. Pioneer teams are rated as Tank Assault 4. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge767Glider Assault platoon (Fallschirmjager)13.05One Command Pioneer Rifle/MG team, six Pioneer Rifle/MG teams (three Sturm squads), one Oberstleutnant Walter Koch figure, two Small bases & six Medium bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge773Fallschirmjägerkompanie Tank Hunters and Von Der Heydte13.05This blister contains 1 German Fallschirmjäger von der Heydte's Tank-Hunter Teams. Freiherr von der Heydte volunteered for the Fallschirm-truppen in 1940. He saw action in Crete, Leningrad, El Alamein, Rome and Normandy, winning the Knight’s Cross. Von der Heydte was promoted to Oberstleutnant (Lieutenant Colonel) and given command of the 6. Fallschirmjäger-regiment. After Normandy the regiment was transferred to Germany to receive badly needed reinforcements. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge780Panzer Lehr Panzergrenadier Platoon15.75he Panzer Lehr are featured in Villers-Bocage. This pack contains all the infantry teams you need to field a Panzergrenadier Platoon. All the Panzergrenadiers of the Panzer Lehr are armoured and are thus mounted in the Sd Kfz 251 D half-track (GE241). It can also be used for the Aufklärungs Platoon utilising the Sd Kfz 250 half-track (GE201). The Panzergrenadiers Platoons of the Panzer Lehr can either be fielded as the Combat Platoons of a Gepanzerte Panzergrenadierkompanie or as Support Platoon for a Panzerkompanie. As MG teams they can deliver a tremendous amount of fire onto an enemy platoon. With ROF 3 each the seven MG teams make short work of any enemy platoons caught in the open. As Panzergrenadiers they can also utilise the German Mounted Assault special rule. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge781Panzer Lehr Panzergrenadier Company HQ8.55The pack provides all the infantry teams you need to field a Panzer Lehr Panzergrenadier Company HQ. Includes are a Company Command SMG team, 2iC Command SMG team, and two optional Panzerschreck teams on medium bases. Just add 2 or 3 Sd Kfz 251/1 D half-tracks (GE241) and they are ready to lead your company. Your Company HQ provides vital flexibility in a German force. Your 2iC Command SMG team can lead a Kampfgruppe made up of sections and squads from your Combat and Weapons Platoons. You can also allocate your Panzerschreck teams to your Panzergrenadier Combat Platoons as Combat Attachments. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge791Panzergrenadier Platoon15.30Early/Mid WarBlister mit 3 Squads BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge793xxInfanterie Platoon22.00Blister mit einem Infanteriezug aus Zinn. One Command Rifle/MG team, one Light Mortar team, one Anti-tank Rifle team, four Infanterie Squads (two Rifle/MG teams per squad), three Small bases & eight Medium bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge794xxSS Machine-gun Platoon9.00Armed with the versatile MG34, the HMG platoons of the Waffen-SS were able to pour fire into an enemy to either suppress them in attack or pin them down in defence. Contains one Command SMG team, four MG34 HMG (with MG42 option for Mid-war) with crew, one Small base & four Medium bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge795xxSS Mortar Platoon14.00In the hands of an experienced crew the 8cm GW34 become the single most lethal eapon at the disposal of a German commander. Contains one Command SMG team, six 8cm GW34 mortars with crew, three Observer Rifle teams, four Small bases & six Medium bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge796Pioneer Platoon20.70Blister mit einem Infanteriezug aus Zinn. One Command Pioneer Rifle team, three Pioneer Squads (three Pioneer Rifle teams per squad), three optional Flame-thrower teams, one Small bases & nine Medium bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge801HG Company HQ8.55HG Company HQ with HQ section & 3 Panzerschreck teams. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge803HG Panzergrenadier Platoon13.05HG Panzergrenadier Platoon with 3 squads & platoon command team. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge804HG Heavy Platoon13.05Mortar and machine-gun support is critical on defence. Heavy weapons become crucial in either halting assaulting enemy infantry or in suppressing their defensive fire so you can attack their positions. Contains 4 HMG Teams, 2 Mortar Teams, one Spotter and one Commando Team BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge807xxHG Pioneer Platoon17.00HG Pioneer Platoon with 3 squads, Command team & Goliath The Pioneers of the Hermann Göring Division are the cornerstone of your defence. Always available to dig-in and hold the line against attacking Allied infantry their prowess is critical in successfully holding a key objective. Pioneer teams are rated as Tank Assault 4. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge811Panzergrenadier Command8.55one Company Commander SMG team, one 2iC Command SMG, two Panzerschreck teams, three Sniper teams, five Small bases & two Medium bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge813Panzergrenadier Platoon15.75Dieser Blister enthält 1 Panzergrenadier Platoon. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge814Heavy Machine-gun Platoon8.55one Command SMG team, four MG42 HMG teams, one Small base & four Medium bases. Armed with the versatile MG42, the HMG platoons of the Waffen-SS were able to pour fire into an enemy to either suppress them in attack or pin them down in defence. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge815Mortar Platoon15.75Good light artillery is critical in pinning or blinding enemy positions or strongpoints with smoke. Mortar platoons are excellent in this role due to the speed with which they respond to calls for fire. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge817Panzerpionier Platoon15.75The pack comes with Goliath and Flames-thrower options. All you need to add are the Sd Kfz 251/7 D half-tracks. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge818Heavy Mortar Platoon14.85four 12cm sGW43 mortars with crew, four Transport axles, one Command SMG team, one Observer Rifle team, two Small bases & four Large bases. During Operation Barbarossa in 1941 the Germans encountered the large Soviet 120-PM-38 12cm mortars. The qualities of this weapon were immediately recognised and any captured weapons immediately put into service under the designation 12cm Granatwerfer 378(r) (Literally, grenade thrower). The Germans were so impressed by this weapon that they immediately set about making their own version. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge819Tank Hunter Platoon15.75Tank Hunter Platoon, Scout Platoon, 4 schwimmwagens and 4 tank hunter teams BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge82078th Sturm Platoon15.75The blister comes with six Sturm MG teams and a Command MG team with Panzerfaust figures for each team. The Sturmgrenadiers have been fighting for quite sometime and have earned a reputation for being hard defenders. They fought through Kursk and have found themselves sitting on the critical position at Orsha. Here they will face off with an entire Soviet corps and inflict tremendous casualties.BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge821xx78th Sturm Pioneer Platoon17.00The blister comes with six Sturm Pioneer teams and a Command team with Panzerfaust options. Army Group Centre had plenty of time to prepare for the Soviet assault in the summer of 1944. Across the front German infantry divisions dug-in using trench works, minefields, barbed wire, anti-tank obstacles and such. The industrious pioneers did the majority of the work as they set about sighting gun pits and interlocking fields of fire to stem in the inevitable tide.BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge822German Casualties8.10 The German casualties pack offers some new miniatures to add to any other German platoon to make your bases come alive with action. Add them to your bases to show a desparate fight, or put them on your Allied teams as they overrun a German position. German casualties can also add a bit of realism to objectives and terrain. The pack includes 10 individually sculpted casualties with 20 figures in total. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge823Volkssturm Platoon15.75Blister mit einem Platoon. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge832Gebirgsjäger Platoon (with Company HQ)15.75Blister mit einem Infanterieplatoon. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge834Gebirgsjäger HMG Platoon8.55One Command SMG team, four HMGs with crew (MG34 or MG42 options), one Small base & four Medium bases. Capable of firing up to 800 rounds a minute, the MG34 had a unique feature of being able to produce semi-automatic by pressing the upper segment of the trigger, while fully automatic fire was achieved by pressing the lower segment. Another important feature of the MG34 was the ability to quickly change barrels when necessary due to the overheating. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge835Gebirgsjäger Mortar Platoon13.05Blister mit einem Infanterieplatoon aus Zinn. Six 8cm GW34 mortars with crew, Command SMG tea, Observer Rifle team, two Small bases & six Medium bases. The Bases a. 2x Small bases. b. 6x Medium bases. The Command Team a. 1x Rifleman figure. b. 1x NCO figure. c. 1x Officer figure. The Observer Team a. 1x Radio b. 1x Observer figure. c. 3x Prone Riflemen figures. Note: Any riflemen figure that is included in the blister can be used, the figure shown is just a suggestion. The Mortar Crew a. 1x Crounching riflemen figures. b. 2x Prone SMG figures. c. 1x kneeling SMG figure. d. 6x kneeling mortar gunner figures. e. 6x kneeling mortar loader figures. The Mortar Sprue a. 6x Mortar sprue with mortar tube, mortar stand and ammo box. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge836xxGebirgsjäger Pioneer Platoon22.00One Command SMG team, nine Pioneer Rifle teams (three squads), one Small base & nine Medium bases. The pioneers create pathways for the army to move through by blowing holes in the enemy fortified line or using simple picks and shovels to clear and create obstacles. Either way, the Pioneers continue the tradition of leading assaults with flame-throwers and enough explosives to reduce any fortress to rubble. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge838xxGebirgsjäger Heavy Mortar Platoon19.00includes one Command SMG team, six Heavy Mortar teams, three Observer Rifle teams, four Small three-hole bases & six Large five-hole bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge842Panzergrenadier Platoon (Winter)15.75includes one Command Panzerfaust MG team, three Panzergrenadier Squads, one Panzerschreck team (Schützen option), one Small three-hole base, four Medium four-hole bases & three Medium five-hole bases. Each Panzergrenadier Platoon is equipped with MG42 machine-guns, K98 rifles and Panzerfaust anti-tank rockets.This provides them with amazing firepower, both on attack and defence. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge843Sturm Platoon (Winter)13.05includes one Command Panzerfaust Assault Rifle team, one Panzerschreck team, two Assault Squads, one MG Squad, one Small three-hole base & seven Medium four-hole bases. The Volksgrenadier divisions were formed in the Autumn of 1944 after the destruction of Army Group Centre by the Soviets in the east and of the Fifth Panzer Army in Normandy in the west. The new infantry divisions were designed to economise on personnel and to be primarily focused on defence. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge844HMG Platoon (Winter)8.55one Command SMG team (with optional Panzerfaust upgrade), four MG42 HMG teams, one Small three-hole base & four Medium four-hole bases. Armed with the versatile MG42, the HMG platoons of the Heer (Army), including the Volksgrenadiers and Panzergrenadiers, were able to pour fire into an enemy to either suppress them in attack or pin them down in defence. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge845Mortar Platoon (Winter)15.75six 8cm GW34 mortars with crew, one Command SMG team (with optional Panzerfaust upgrade), three Observer Rifle teams, one Small three-hole base, three Small two-hole bases & six four-hole Medium bases. The 8cm GW34 (Granatwerfer 34, meaning grenade launcher model 1934) was a conventionally designed medium mortar. Mortar crews from other nations would find nothing strange or unusual about it when comparing it with their own weapons of the same type. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge847Pioneer Platoon (Winter)20.70one Command SMG team (with optional Panzerfaust upgrade), nine Pioneer Rifle teams (three squads), one Small three-hole base & nine Medium four-hole bases. The pioneers create pathways for the army to move through by blowing holes in the enemy fortified line or using simple picks and shovels to clear and create obstacles. Either way, the Pioneers continue the tradition of leading assaults with flame-throwers and enough explosives to reduce any fortress to rubble. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge848Panzersturm Platoon13.05Includes one Command Panzerfaust Assault Rifle team and Six Panzerfaust assault rifle teams, one Small three-hole base, one Small two-hole base, & six Medium four-hole bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge862Infanterie Platoon (Greatcoat)15.75Blister mit einem Infanterieplatoon aus Zinn. includes two Commander teams (with optional Panzerknacker upgrade), one Light Mortar team, one optional Anti-tank Rifle team, six Rifle / MG teams (with MG team upgrade), two Small three-hole bases, two Small tow-hole bases, six Medium four-hole bases & one Base plug sprue. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge864HMG Platoon (Greatcoat)8.55Blister mit einem Infanterieplatoon aus Zinn. includes one Command SMG team, two Machine-gun Sections, one Small three-hole base, four Medium four-hole bases & one Base Plug sprue. Armed with the versatile MG34, the HMG platoons of the German army were able to pour fire into an enemy to either suppress them in attack or pin them down in defence. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge865Mortar Platoon (Greatcoat)13.05Blister mit einem Infanterieplatoon aus Zinn. includes one Command Rifle team, one Observer Rifle team, three Mortar Sections, one Small three-hole base, one Small two-hole base, six Medium four-hole bases, two plastic hole plug sprues. While the mortar platoons of the Allied armies have just two tubes, the German equivalent has six 8cm GW34 mortars. This gives the commander of a German infantry battalion timely and flexible local artillery support in a way that the Allies can not match. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge881xxGeneralmajor Otto-Ernst Remer9.00Mid War, Pack contains: Remer, 2 Grenadiers, 2 German Casualties, Schwimmwagen BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge883Major Bruno Koenig s Snipers8.55Mid War, Pack Contains: Koenig and scenic base, 3 Snipers, 3 spotters, 4 Soviet casualties and 4 small bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge884xxSchmidt s Assault Platoon9.00Mid War, Hans Wold Schmidt fought bravely in France and won the Iron Cross in southern Russia. He now faces the entrenched Soviets in Stalingrad. Pack contains: 1 Small and 4 medium bases, 1 Schmidt, 8 SMG gunners, 8 Riflemen with Grenades, 2 Riflemen, 1 Pin Marker. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge885SdKfz 2505 GRIEF & Rommel8.55Mid War, The Desert Fox as Rommel was known is a daring and aggresive commander. He always looks to attack. His skill at manoeuvre and hard hitting attacks defeated many superior forces. Contains Rommel, Greif his Sd Kfz 250/5 half-track, 2 crew, table, stool, and 1 Large base. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge886Oberst Rettemeier8.55Mid War, Contains Rettemeier and his Panzer III J BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge887Major Hans von Luck8.55 Major Hans von Luck is a Warrior and a Higher Command SMG team with a Kübelwagen for transport. He is rated as Confident Veteran. Von Luck may join a Gepanzerte Panzergrenadierkompanie or Panzergrenadierkompanie from 21. Panzerdivision for +25 points. Von Luck may be mounted in a Panzer IV H tank instead of being an SMG team for an additional +75 points. If he is mounted in a tank, you may not field one of your Panzer Platoons with more than four Panzer IV H tanks since he has the fifth one. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge888General von Saucken & SdKfz 250 Radio(late)8.55This blister contains General Von Saucken, two bodyguards, a small base and a Sd Kfz 250 half-track. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge889Sturmbannführer Fritz Biermeyer (Command Pz IVH)10.35This blister contains Sturmbannführer Fritz Biermeyer and his Panzer IV H. Biermeyer won his Knight’s Cross for leading his company against Soviet tanks near the city of Krasno Konstantinovka in November 1943. The battle began with him supporting an infantry detachment in repelling a Soviet attack.BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge890xxHauptsturmführer Viktor Graebner14.00Blister mit einem Modell. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge891Oberst Gosewisch8.55Blister mit einem LKW und 5 Infanteriemodellen. n Flames Of War Oberst Gosewisch with his Regimental Command Headquarters is a warrior, a Higher Command team and replaces the Staff team of a Motorised Artillery Battery for +40 points. Oberst Gosewisch is rated Confident Veteran. When Oberst Gosewisch and his team are deployed as part of the Motorised Artillery Battery, they act as a Staff Team and the platoon may re-roll Skill Tests for Digging In. Successful Skill Tests for Digging In for the platoon places all Gun teams the battery in Gun Pits. If the battery starts the game in Prepared Positions then all teams in the battery receive Overhead Camouflage and all Gun teams are in Gun Pits at the start of the game. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge892Erwin Rommel with Pz38(t)8.55Characteristics Generalmajor Erwin Rommel is a Warrior and a Higher Command Tank team rated as Fearless Veteran. Rommel is mounted in a Panzer 38(t) tank. You may field Rommel for +130 points in any Czech Panzerkompanie, Schützenkompanie, or Kradschützenkompanie that includes a Czech Panzer Platoon equipped with Panzer 38(t) tanks. Special Rules Fingertip Feeling Rommel is said to have Fingerspitzengefühl, a fingertip feeling for battle. One German platoon within 8”/20cm of Rommel may make a normal move within its deployment area after both sides have deployed but before any Reconnaissance Deployment moves. Rommel at the Point Rommel leads from the front. Any German platoon that Rommel joins passes all Motivation Tests on a roll of 3+ and may re-roll all failed Skill Tests to make Stormtroopers moves. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ge897Warriors of Market Garden (German)14.85includes one Hauptsturmführer Karl-Heinz Euling, one Major Hans-Peter Knaust, one Sturmbannführer Hans-Georg Sonnenstuhl with Staff team, one optional Sd Kfz 251 half-track with crew, one plastic half-track component sprue, one half-track stowage sprue, two Small two-hole bases & one Large base. BattlefrontFlames of War