El Alamein Battle Set
Unassembled plastic model kit
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This model kit requires assembly. Cement, paint and other construction materials not included unless specifically stated in the description.
- El Alamein Railway Station (MDF laser cut)
- Water Tank (MDF laser cut)
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- 50 British 8th Army figures
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- Morris Quad Tractor w/ 25 pdr Gun and 7 crew
- 30cm of rail tracks
Buildings are not plastic, but MDF laser cut with etched details. Please use vinyl glue ("White Glue") for assembly.
Kit does NOT include terrain elements or defensive details. Kit only includes buildings, vehicles and soldiers.
El Alamein is one of the most famous battles in the Second World War fought between the British forces, led by Lieutenant-General Bernard Law Montgomery, and the Axis forces, led by Field Marshall Erwin Rommel. After the penetration of the German and Italian Forces in Egypt, based on the precise goal to advance up to the Suez Canal, the British Army started to adopt a strategic plan based on the prevention of further enemy advancing toward the cities of Alexandria and Cairo. The Axis long supply lines and the lack of reinforcements, joined to the 8th Army superiority in men and vehicles, were the assumptions for the Montgomery's great offensive successfully launched on 23rd October 1942 (codename Lightfoot). El Alamein was a turning point of the North African campaign bringing, in May 1943, to the Italian-German forces capitulation in Tunisia.