Look familiar? They should--they're the Bersaglieri Infantry without the cock feathers in their sun helmets. So if you wanted more Italian Infantry but not necessarily Bersaglieri, here they are.
In their shorts and short-sleeved shirts, the infantry could just as well be in tropical kit. (I've purposely left off the desert goggles.) In fact, with only a little imagination, they could be almost any khaki-clad troops of the inter-war period: Italians, French in Indochina--even British.
Nine infantry figures--three each of the models shown.
Below, figures painted by Sean Tobin in Western Desert 1940 colors.
NOTE: All figures are sold plain (not primed or painted) and without additional basing.
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 15 April, 2008.