WW2 Polish Soldier Minifigure
Preparations for a defensive war with Germany had been on going for several years when the German army invaded on 1 September 1939, but most plans had assumed fighting would not begin before 1942. The Polish army had approximately a million soldiers, but less than half were mobilised by the outbreak of war. Experiences in the Polish-Soviet war of 1919-1921 had shaped Polish army doctrine to that centring around mobility, but they were unable to invest heavily in the latest developments and inventions. Despite being outnumbered and outgunned Polish forces would fight valiantly against the German forces, but with insufficient aid from France and the UK, and the Soviet invasion in the East, a suitable defence was no longer possible to continue.
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 Polish minifigure features a fully printed 360 torso and legs, along with a printed head. It also comes with a Brickarms Adrian helmet and KAR 98k.
£10.99 (inc. VAT)£9.16 (exc. VAT)