BRITISH INFANTRY (TROPICAL)

The main focus of Britain’s efforts during the Great War was on the Western Front (and, to an extent, on the Royal Navy), but her soldiers also fought on many other fronts and made their contribution to the eventual victory. Such men served in places as far flung as India, China, Italy, Salonika, Gallipoli, Egypt, Palestine, Mesopotamia, Africa and southern Russia, and while their experience was very different from those in the mud of Flanders, they had to face such hazards as disease and extreme heat as well as enemy action, while being less well supplied and supported. In conjunction with allies and Dominion/Imperial forces, such men destroyed the German Empire and would do the same to that of the Ottomans, while suffering disasters such as Kut before achieving victory.

1/72 Scale Hat figures

 

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