Caesar Miniatures 1/72 WW2 German Mountain Troops
An entire corps was formed in Norway by 1941. Its divisions were lightly equipped, with much of the transport provided by mules. These mountain infantry were equipped with fewer automatic weapons than regular infantry, however the MG 34 or MG 42 machine gunners were provided with more ammunition than their regular infantry counterparts. Mountain infantry were identified by the edelweiss insignia worn on their sleeves and their caps.
45 Unpainted Figures, 13 poses New in the Box. Set H067 from Caesar Miniatures
World War 2 German Mountain Troops 1/72 Scale
Average Height: 23 mm