Leading his men forward this young British officer is armed with his .455 Webley service revolver... and a whistle!
On the night of the 6th August 1918, 17 tanks were moved to the orchard which lay on the northern outskirts of the town of Villes-Betonneux. These...
The first prototype was ready to participate in the Tank Trials Day at Oldbury on 3 March 1917. An order of fifty vehicles was given to Kitson &...
The Medium Mark C Hornet was a British tank developed during the First World War, but produced too late to see any fighting.
Lt. C. B Arnold was the commander of the British Whippet tank 344, known as "Musical Box".
Availability: RETIRED & SOLD OUT The standard heavy machine gun of the Kaiser’s Army in action during WWI with its kneeling gunner and a...
Two abandoned “ Maschinengewehr 08 ” or MG08’s were the German Army’s standard machine gun during World War One. ...
In the midst of battle one “Poilu” stops to carry his wounded “copain” (mate) to safety...
This action pose was suggested by a very famous French Poster of WW1.
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Turning in the saddle this officer raises his binoculars to observe the progress of his men.
NO SHIPPING, sold at the store only - Notice: 150 of each model have been produced
NO SHIPPING, sold at the store only - Availability: RETIRED - Notice: 150 of each model have been produced
Availability: RETIRED & SOLD OUT One of the leading German aces and an influential tactician of the early years of air combat. Boelcke is...