One of the most famous fighting unit of World War Two, the German Afrika Korps commanded by Marshal Erwin Rommel fought against the British in Libya and Egypt, and later against the Americans in Tunisia.
Axis Attack Forces
Side by side with the German forces, the Italian fought the British in Africa and the Mediterranean.
Under Rommel's command, Germany's allies fought bravely against the British and would become notorious
during the ill-fated combats at El Alamein.
Commonwealth Tank Troops
Soldiers and officers of the British, Australian and New Zealand tank forces that operated in Africa,
with a captured MG-42 machine gun.
During the battle of Monte Cassino, these units were called 'Green Devils' by the British. Some of them were armed with the FG-42 automatic rifle.
The Infantry Regiment GrossDeutschland was an elite combat unit of the German Army. The regiment served
in the campaigns in France and the Low Countries in 1940 and later it served exclusively on the Eastern
Front until the end of the war, when it was annihilated near Pillau in May 1945.
The PanzerGrenadiere served with legendary effectiveness in the German tank forces in every theater of
the Second World War.
Eight representatives of the massive Soviet Army that slowly would swept away the German Army from the
United States' troubleshooting elite forces, the 'Leathernecks' got their fame during the battles in the
Six paratroopers of the famous crack units, highly detailed down to 'irokese' hair cut look and armed
with the Thompson sub-machine gun.