Anglo-Zulu War British Infantry pour le jeu Black Powder de Warlord Games. (Boite - Plastic) Anglo-Zulu War
A casual look at Tommy Atkins of the Victorian period gave little away about his fighting abilities. Standing 5 5" on average, and often shorter, he may or may not be able to read or write. This appearance was deceptive, however. The average British redcoat was the most dangerous animal in Africa, equipped as he was with the Martini-Henry breech-loading rifle which he was capable of firing 15 times a minute out to 1200 yards range in volley fire if needs be.
His legendary discipline, his marching ability enough to traverse all manner of terrain and his determination to fight his enemies, which were legion, all made the British redcoat an implacable foe.
Well led, well-equipped and thoroughly trained in his abilities, he blazed a trail for Empire all over the world. Cheerful and confident the redcoats of the County Regiments served their sovereign well, smashing their enemy with concentrated rifle fire and, if necessary, selling their lives dearly behind the thrust of their wicked long bayonets.
Our Redcoats represent any British unit of the Anglo-Zulu War.
Volley fire, at 200 yards. Present...
Plastic components to make 20 British Infantry with Martini Henry Rifles4 metal Empress Command Figures - Bugler, Sergeant and two officers
The David Rattray Memorial Trust
Warlord Games have taken the opportunity, with the release of our Anglo-Zulu War range, to give something back to the people of KwaZulu Natal in South Africa. We are very proud to support the David Rattray Memorial Trust, and organisation that does outstanding educational and development work in KwaZulu Natal.
Anybody who takes a trip to see Rorke s Drift or Isandlwana battle sites today will see the impact that this charity has on the local population.
You can make a donation to the David Rattray Memorial Trust by selecting a donation amount from the menu below each of our Anglo-Zulu War products. Please take the time to visit the charity s web site for more information at www.davidrattraymemorialtrust.org.
The David Rattray Memorial Trust is a UK registered charity: UK Charity No. 1119353
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The models in this set are supplied unpainted and unassembled.