Motorised Panzergrenadierkompanie Army Box for Mid War
Though always outnumbered, the veterans of the Afrikakorps excelled at combined-arms tactics.
|Using tanks, infantry, anti-tank guns and artillery together, they repeatedly defeated stronger forces. When the tanks encountered strong enemy tank forces, they fell back behind infantry and heavy anti-tank guns.|
When the infantry faced entrenched infantry the artillery engaged the enemy anti-tank guns, while the tanks led the way covering the infantry advance. Together their combined tactics made them a fearsome foe.
|This boxed set contains all the models shown in the organisational diagrams above. Also included is a sheet of decals containing divisional symbols and tank numbers. Vehicles and guns have individual assembly diagrams.|
As an additional bonus, two unique army-specific objective markers are also included. The Flames Of War Quartermasters Set and the paint set for North Africa contain all the paints needed to complete your Afrikakorps army are available separately.
|Afrika, The Intelligence Handbook for forces in Afrika and the Mediterranean, has detailed company options, historical details, and painting guides. Available from all good hobby stores or from this site.|
Models and miniatures designed by Evan Allen
Guns designed by Karl Cederman
Painted by Evan Allen, Richard Carlisle, Dion Holswich and Jeremy Painter
|Models supplied unpainted and require assembly. Scenery, glue and paint not included, contents may vary from those shown.|
In Flames Of War, from Afrika