News Revell mar 2011: Infantry


Scottish Infantry, 8th Army, WWII Plastic Model Kit

Product ID: 80-2512

Scale: 1:72
Parts: 50

Command your own Highlanders.

Scottish regiments serving in the British Army weren’t new to WWII. In fact, they had been serving with the British ever since the two countries were united in 1706. Although the troops had to do without their trademark kilts (as they wouldn’t have been suitable for desert combat), Highlanders who served in the 8th Army insisted on marching toward their enemies to the strains of bagpipes. Kit features 50 unpainted, unassembled soldier figures in various action poses.


German Infantry, Africa Corps WWII Plastic Model Kit

Product ID: 80-2513

Scale: 1:72
Parts: 56

Fight off Allied advancements.

The Africa Corps was dispatched in early 1941 to help Italian troops that were stationed in Libya to fight off the British. By the following summer, this well-armed alliance had pushed the British soldiers back into Egypt. This fact is all the more impressive when you consider that the British greatly outnumbered the German and Italian troops. Although the Africa Corps proved its tenacity throughout these early battles, it eventually surrendered to the Allies following the Battle of El Alamein. Kit features 50 unassembled, unpainted soldier figures in various action poses.