British airborne paratroopers with 75mm pack howitzer. One gun and three crew. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
The British Expeditionary Force (BEF) was the British force in Europe from 1939
The AZW Zulu casualty markers pack contains 45 assegai and Zulu shields.
These are the Native Horse; well-motivated men on wiry ponies and eager to have a go at their traditional enemies, the Zulus. Armed with breech loading carbines and a sheath full of assegais they are perfect for scouting ahead of the main Briti
A unit dressed similarly to the Carbineers, the Natal Mounted Police fought in many actions in the Cape and Zulu Wars proving them to be a tough unit to fight. They could fight from horseback or dismount to use their carbines.
The Natal Carbineers were an elite unit of mounted Colonials who turned out a few times a year to drill and serve her Majesty in her African campaigns. They fought well at Isandlwana. Contents may vary from those sh
The Boers were in constant dispute with all peoples they came across, British, Swazi or Zulu. They fought two bitter wars with Britain and innumerable raids battles and skirmishes with the mighty Zulu Nation. Crack shots and superb horsemen they are