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Oryon Collection WWII Soldiers Figure Sets

Oryon Collection WWII Soldiers Figure Sets


In 2004, after exhaustive marketing research, the founding members of the Armour Collection range decided to produce a new line called Oryon. Their new undertaking consists of hand painted 1:35 scale metal soldiers from WWII, and 1:32 scale Napoleonic figures. The sculptures are prepared by some of the most famous Italian artists, whose aim it is to reproduce even the smallest details on each figure, which are then hand painted or, where applicable, tampo-printed.
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WWII Soldiers 4-Figure Set - 9th Australian Division
WWII Soldiers 4-Figure Set - 9th Australian Division (1:35 Scale)
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The 9th Division of the Australian Army was formed to serve in World War II, as part of the Second Australian Imperial Force (AIF). The division was raised from regular army units and volunteer infantry brigades, from October 1940 onwards.
WWII Soldiers 4-Figure Set - US 1st Infantry Division (Big Red One)
WWII Soldiers 4-Figure Set - US 1st Infantry Division ("Big Red One") (1:35 Scale)
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In World War II, the 1st Infantry Division landed in Oran, Algeria as part of Operation Torch. Elements then took part in combat at Maktar, Medjez el Bab, Kasserine Pass, Gafsa, El Guettar, Baja, and Mateur, January 21st - May 9th, 1943, helping secure Tunisia.
WWII Soldiers 4-Figure Set - German 2.Fallschirmjager Division Ramke
WWII Soldiers 4-Figure Set - German 2.Fallschirmjager Division "Ramke" (1:35 Scale)
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In January 1943 the OKW decided to raise a second elite German parachute division. The formation commenced in March and would include the veteran 2nd Parachute Regiment, recently detached from the 1st Parachute division.
WWII Soldiers 4-Figure Set - British 1st Special Service Brigade Commandos
WWII Soldiers 4-Figure Set - British 1st Special Service Brigade Commandos (1:35 Scale)
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In 1940, volunteers were called for from serving Army soldiers within certain formations still in Britain and men of the disbanding Divisional Independent Companies originally raised from Territorial Army Divisions and who had seen service in Norway. Some later recruiting was conducted in the various theatres and among foreign nationals joining the Allies.
WWII Soldiers 4-Figure Set - Russian 1st Assault Infantry Division
WWII Soldiers 4-Figure Set - Russian 1st Assault Infantry Division (1:35 Scale)
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The Soviet government adopted a number of measures to improve the state and morale of the retreating Red Army in 1941. Soviet propaganda turned away from political notions of class struggle, and instead invoked the deeper-rooted patriotic feelings of the population, embracing pre-revolutionary Russian history.
WWII Soldiers 4-Figure Set - German 1.SS Panzer Division LSSAH
WWII Soldiers 4-Figure Set - German 1.SS Panzer Division 'LSSAH' (1:35 Scale)
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The 1. Panzer Division was formed October 15th, 1935 from the 3. Kavallerie Division, and was headquartered in Weimar. Initially it consisted of two panzer regiments organized into brigades, a motorized infantry brigade, a reconnaissance battalion, a divisional artillery regiment, and supporting ancillary formations.
WWII Soldiers 4-Figure Set - German 79.Infanterie Division
WWII Soldiers 4-Figure Set - German 79.Infanterie Division (1:35 Scale)
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The 79.Infanterie Division was formed on August 26th, 1939, as part of the mobilization of the German Army that occurred in the summer of 1939. When the Second World War began on September 1st, 1939, the 79.Infanterie Divison was on the French-German border in the Saar, training and working on the West Wall defenses.
WWII Soldiers 4-Figure Set - German Panzer Division Hermann Goering
WWII Soldiers 4-Figure Set - German Panzer Division "Hermann Goering" (1:35 Scale)
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The Fallschirm-Panzer-Division Hermann Goering (1st Paratroop Panzer Division Hermann Goering - abbreviated Fallschirm-Panzer-Div 1 HG) was an elite German Luftwaffe armoured division. The HG saw action in North Africa, Sicily, Italy and in the East.
WWII Soldiers 4-Figure Set - German Ramke Brigade
WWII Soldiers 4-Figure Set - German "Ramke" Brigade (1:35 Scale)
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In January 1943 the OKW decided to raise a second elite German parachute division. The formation commenced in March and would include the veteran 2nd Parachute Regiment, recently detached from the 1st Parachute division. The division would also incorporate troops from the remnants of several other airborne units that had suffered heavy losses in recent battles.
WWII Soldiers 4-Figure Set - British 1st Airborne (Red Devils)
WWII Soldiers 4-Figure Set - British 1st Airborne ("Red Devils") (1:35 Scale)
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The British 1st Airborne was formed on October 31st, 1941, placed under the command of Major General Frederick Browning. At first, it consisted of the 1st Parachute Brigade and the 1st Airlanding Brigade, but in July of 1942, it received the 2nd Parachute Brigade, bringing its strength to a full division.
   
 
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