The Polish have bolstered their defences against the approaching Blitzkrieg with new units!
Polish 10th Motorized Brigade motorcycle combination
The Polish 10th Motorised Cavalry Brigade was called the Black Brigade because of the black leather jackets worn by officers and NCOs.
It was the only fully motorised infantry unit available to the Polish Army in 1939 and was one of few Polish units (brigade size or larger) not to have been decisively defeated during the invasion of Poland.
Polish Army Lazik Field car
A Fiat car made under license by PZInz and adapted for military use with a large amount a variants. Comonly seen in German forces on the Eastern front.
|Cost:||30pts (Regular), 36pts (Veteran).|
|Damage value:||6+ (soft skin).|
|Transport:||Up to 3 men.|
|Options:||May have pintle-mounted MMG for +10pts (but loses transport capability)|
|Found in:||Germany Strikes: Early War in Europe – Page 24|
Polish Army Bofors AA gun
One of the most popular and recognisable anti-aircraft guns of WWII, the Bofors was used by many Allied and Axis forces. Often firing over open sights at ground targets as well as it’s intended role as an anti-craft gun, the Bofors was the most common anti-aircraft gun of the war. The Bofors saw action in every theatre, and provided a reliable anti-aircraft mount that is still in use to this day!
|Cost:||48pts (Inexperienced), 60pts (Regular), 72pts (Veteran).|
|Weapons:||1 Heavy automatic cannon.|
|Special Rules:||Team Weapon
|Found in:||Armies of France and her Allies – Page 82|
More Polish Forces!
Prepare for action and the next Bolt Action tournament with a strikingly themed army!