In Stock 3-5 days
by Ultima Ratio
This item is limited to 1 per person.
This is an injection-plastic figure set for use with military dioramas or individual display.
When the Civil War broke out in 1861, Irish people, who made up about one million Americans at the time, established the Irish Brigade and served in the Union Army. The Irish Brigade formed the 66th, 69th, and 88th New York Infantry Regiments, the 116th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment and the 28th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment. They participated in the Battle of Gettysburg, suffering numerous casualties, and a monument has been erected there in their honor.
This set of 14 unpainted 1/72-scale figures is ideal for dioramas and historical miniature wargames. Order yours today!