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.