WW2 Danish Soldier Minifigure
The Jutland Dragoons wore a khaki uniform, and were one of two Danish cavalry regiments, which by 1940 were mounted on bicycles or the Nimbus motorbike. The khaki uniform was introduced in 1923, but when the invasiion began many of the rank and file of the Danish army were wearing their obsolete uniform, with officers and NCOs being in a better position to be wearing khaki. Danish armed forces engaged their German counterparts in several skirmishes, but due to significant German superiority in numbers and firepower, as well as the flat terrain being perfectly suited for German Pander divisions, defeat was inevitable.
UNITED BRICKS PRINTED FIGURES
United Bricks historical minifigures are printed on genuine brand new LEGO parts using a high quality UV printing method. They make the perfect gift and are a great way for children [and adults] to learn history through building. The WW2 Danish minifigure features a fully printed 360 torso and legs, along with a printed head. It also comes with a Brickarms helmet and Bren LMG.
£10.99 (inc. VAT)£9.16 (exc. VAT)