This is an injection-plastic figure set for use with military dioramas or individual display.
At the end of World War II, the Allied Forces aiming to open Rome in Italy clashed with the German garrison in Monte Cassino, Italy. The operation was set up with the aim of breaking through the Gustavline, a defense line set by the German Army, and then opening Rome. The operation began on January 17, 1944 and continued until May 18. The main battlefield was a monastery at the top of Monte Cassino, which was destroyed by an Allied air bomb, and the German Fallschirmjager descended into the abandoned monastery.
This 1/72-scale model kit reproduces this historic battle at the end of World War II, recreating the battle between Allied soldiers and German Fallschirmjager at the abandoned monastery. The set includes figures of soldiers of both armies, as well as guns and vehicles. Laser-cut wooden MDF material is also included to build a replica of the monastery itself. All parts are unpainted and unassembled. Order yours today!