WW1 1/72 HaT US Infantry
When the US declared war on Germany in April 1917 it was by no means ready to participate in the huge industrial conflict then raging in Europe. Another year would elapse before significant numbers of American troops, sufficiently trained and equipped, joined the struggle. With a relatively low body count (around 50,000) compared to their allies (over four million), the cost in human life to the US was relatively small, but the American contribution made all the difference in 1918, and Hindenburg would later write "The American Infantry on the Argonne won the war".
80 Unpainted Figures, 17 poses New in the Box. Set 8112 from HaT Miniatures
Average Height: 24mm