Italy: Soft Underbelly (Bolt Action campaign book)
With the Axis Powers ejected from North Africa, the Western Allies look to take the fight to the “soft underbelly” of Europe – Italy. This campaign supplement for Bolt Action focuses on Operation Husky, the airborne and naval invasion of...
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Armies of Italy and the Axis
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Armies of Italy and the Axis
 While many nations flocked to the side of the Allies, others joined forces with Germany as part of the Axis. This volume is the definitive guide to the armies of Italy, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania and Finland. Fight the Winter War...
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Italian Army & Blackshirts Starter Army
These highly detailed plastic and metal figures represent soldiers of several arms of the Italian military - the regular army (the Regio Esercito) as well as specialists like the Carabinieri, Granatieri, or the fascist Camicie Nere (the Blackshirts) with their...
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Bolt Action: Italian Bersaglieri Starter Army
This Bolt Action starter army provides a great value core to your new Bersaglieri army. Whether you wish to build your light infantry to fight in the Battle of France, the campaigns in Africa and Sicily or the brutal fighting...
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Italian Army & Blackshirts
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Italian Army & Blackshirts
Mussolini famously boasted that the Italian army had eight million bayonets standing at the ready. In actuality, the standing Italian army was far smaller than that, with huge numbers of troops conscripted into a war they neither believed in nor...
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Bolt Action: Italian Bersaglieri
Highly trained marksmen and superbly fit soldiers, the Bersaglieri (sharpshooter) were easily identified by their helmets, sporting large black capercaillie feathers. As light infantry troops they were encouraged to have a greater level of independence and initiative than the regular...
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Bolt Action: Italian Bersaglieri Support Group
With typical Italian panache the Bersaglieri, with their helmets sporting the distinctive black capercaillie feathers, were easy to identify on the battlefield. These were no popinjays, however, as these elite marksmen were a tough proposition to face on the field...
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San Marco Marines Infantry Section
Under Mussolini, the lone battalion of San Marco marines would take part in the Abyssinian and Albanian campaigns, eventually incorporating a second battalion to form the Reggimento San Marco. The Marines formed the assault backbone of the Forza Navale da...
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Italian X Arditi Section
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Italian X Arditi Section
Formed in May of 1942, the Arditi X Regiment were named after the famed Italian assault units of the Great War and tasked with competing against the British LRDG and SAS units in the Western Desert. Initially formed up of...
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Italian Colonial Troops Infantry Squad
Italy, seeking to secure its place amongst the powers of Europe, began colonization of a number of African countries in the late 19th century, amongst these being Eritrea. Eritrean Ascari battalions became a permanent fixture of Italian East African colonization,...
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Italian Army Support Group
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Italian Army Support Group
One of the largest ground forces of the war, the Regio Esercito (Royal Italian Army) was hardened by its experiences in Albania, Ethiopia and the Spanish Civil War prior to its entry to the Second World War. The Italian Army...
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Italian Army Guastatori Destruction Group
At the start of Italy’s war, the Italian Army had no assault engineering units designed to take on enemy fortifications. The performance of pioneer units in the German blitzkrieg demonstrated to the Italians the need for such units, leading to...
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Italian Army HQ
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Italian Army HQ
Platoons were typically commanded by a first or second Tenente (Lieutenant). Lieutenants in the Royal Italian Army were committed to restoring Italy to international prominence, despite being unprepared for the realities of a modern war. An officer unit consists of...
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Italian Bersaglieri HQ
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Italian Bersaglieri HQ
Platoons were typically commanded by a first or second Tenente (Lieutenant). Lieutenants in the Royal Italian Army were committed to restoring Italy to international prominence, despite being unprepared for the realities of a modern war. An officer unit consists of...
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Italian Army Forward Observer Team
Whether it is an artillery battery miles away from the battlefield, a naval gunship out to sea, or a ground attack aircraft high above the fighting, such weapons systems would be much less effective without the services of well-trained forward...
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Italian Bersaglieri FOO team
Whether it is an artillery battery miles away from the battlefield, a naval gunship out to sea, or a ground attack aircraft high above the fighting, such weapons systems would be much less effective without the services of well-trained forward...
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Italian Army Sniper, Light Mortar and Anti-tank Rifle teams
Infantry support teams are a vital component of Bolt Action armies. This pack gives you three such teams with which to add much-needed firepower to your Italian Army or Blackshirt force. The Solothurn anti-tank rifle was a cross between a...
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Italian Army medium mortar team
Like so many nations, the Italian Army made good use of mortars such as the Mortaio da 81/14 Modello 35 which was nearly identical to the 81mm mortar fielded by the United States. It has been said that mortars accounted...
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Italian Bersaglieri medium mortar team
The Italian Army made good use of mortars in its arsenal, as did many nations of the period. The Mortaio da 81/14 Modello 35 was nearly identical to the 81mm mortar fielded by the United States of America. It has...
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Italian Army MMG team
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Italian Army MMG team
Italians used a variety of weapons from various manufacturers, but all tended towards over-complex designs and unreliability. The most successful and most commonly used machine gun was the Breda M37 8mm air-cooled weapon, captured examples of which were used by...
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Italian Bersaglieri MMG team
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Italian Bersaglieri MMG team
The Italian ground forces utilised weapons from a variety of manufacturers – all of which all tended to be over-complex and unreliable designs. The most successful and most commonly used machine gun was the Breda M37 8mm air-cooled weapon, captured...
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Italian Army 100/17 Modello 14 medium artillery
The 100/17 Modello 14 was a Skoda-designed medium howitzer that made up the bulk of the Italians’ artillery strength. As a whole, Italian artillery was a piecemeal collection from a previous era, although crewmen were well trained and made the...
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Italian Bersaglieri 100/17 Modello 14 medium artillery
The Skoda-designed 100/17 Modello 14 was medium howitzer that contributed to much of the Italians’ artillery strength. As a whole, Italian artillery was a piecemeal collection from a previous era, although crewmen were well trained and made the most of...
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Italian Army Elefantino 47mm anti-tank gun
The 47/32 was a licensed Austrian light artillery piece that primarily served in an anti-tank role. When firing HEAT [High Explosive Anti-Tank] rounds, the 47/32 was an effective anti-tank platform in the earlier stages of the war. With a low...
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Italian Bersaglieri Elefantino 47mm anti-tank gun
The 47/32 was a licensed Austrian light artillery piece that primarily served in an anti-tank role. When firing HEAT [High Explosive Anti-Tank] rounds, the 47/32 was an effective anti-tank platform in the earlier stages of the war. With a low...
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Italian Army Breda 2cm AA gun
The Breda 20/65 Model 1935 was developed in Italy and widely used throughout the war. The weapon was diverse, capable as both an anti-aircraft weapon and a ground weapon. After Operation Compass ended in early 1941, the British captured large...
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Italian Bersaglieri Breda 2cm AA gun
Developed in Italy and widely used throughout the war, the Breda 20/65 Model 1935 was capable as both an anti-aircraft weapon and a ground weapon. After Operation Compass ended in early 1941, the British captured large numbers of Breda 2cm...
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Carro Armato M13 Platoon
£59.00
Carro Armato M13 Platoon
Produced by Fiat Ansaldo, the M13/40 was the main battle tank of the Italian army in World War II and served throughout the war following its introduction in 1940. Although designated as a medium tank it was more in line...
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Carro Armato/Semovente
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Carro Armato/Semovente
Produced by Fiat Ansaldo, the M13/40 was the main battle tank of the Italian army in World War II and served throughout the war following its introduction in 1940. Although designated as a medium tank it was more in line with the...
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M11/39 medium tank
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M11/39 medium tank
Heavily influenced by the design of the British 6-tonne tank the M11/39 the resultant M11/39 was the first modern gun armed Italian tank and would replace the numerous outdated L3 tankettes in the Italian Regio Esercito. A medium tank with...
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