This is a resin-cast figure or figure set for use with military dioramas or individual display.
The German Imperial Railway was at the mercy of conflicts between nations. In World War I, it repaid compensation to the victorious nations, and in World War II, it supported Nazi Germany in military terms and transported Jews to concentration camps. In 1945, just before Germany's defeat, there were no trains to operate, so German Imperial Railway staff were driven to the front line as soldiers and died in the war. This unpainted resin figure from D-Day Miniature Studio depicts a German Imperial Railway worker taking a hit. Vehicles shown are not included. Order yours now!