Wooden fence 6" straight (6 pcs per blister)
The armies of Alexander the Great encountered elephants in the armies of their enemies – the Persians and Indians. The Macedonian King was sufficiently impressed by these exotic beasts to raise an elephant corps for his own army. After Alexander’s death the Successors, who divided his sprawling empire amongst them, continued to make great use of elephants...
In addition to normal Jeeps, the airborne forces at Arnhem were supplied with special Recce Jeeps, fitted with single or twin Vickers machine guns.
Contains 24 figures. Model size : 38mm!
Pike & Shotte Battalia Starter Army Box - 28 mm accessories or figures from Warlord Games The perfect way to start your Pike& Shotte army or add additional units of the bravest Soldiers to your army.
Napoleonic British Starter Army (WATERLOO) - 28 mm accessories or figures from Warlord Games This set contains:
Napoleonic Army Set French - 28 mm accessories or figures from Warlord Games Our Napoleonic French Waterloo Starter Army is packed with proud Frenchmen ready to join the battle to see the Emperor Bonaparte restored to the throne of France. This set is good for battles from 1812 onwards.
The role of the dragoon was still being defined in the wars of the 17th century. Dragoons later went on to become heavy shock cavalry who rarely got off their expensive horses. Our subjects fighting in the English Civil Wars and Thirty Years War are really mounted infantry, musketeers mounted on poorer quality horses. Their role was not glamorous, but was...
Scotland's Covenanter armies fought hard in all of the three civil wars in the British Isles and, indeed, on the Continent as mercenaries for various Protestant states and Kings. The Covenant armies were well-equipped and well-paid unusual for the times. However, they suffered from a lack of good quality cavalry horses.
Thundering across the field of battle, resplendent in their ornate plate armour and pistols held tightly in gauntleted hands the charge of a cuirassier regiment was something to behold!
This box re-uses the popular ECW plastic cavalry, which forms the basis of this box.
The sixteenth and seventeenth centuries saw the rise of the pike-armed infantryman as well as the increased firepower of black powder weapons on the field of battle.