Naked Army "Bardia" - Infantry Sgt 2nd AIF LIBYA 1941
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Naked Army’s early WW2 portrayal shows an infantryman during the dawn attack on established Italian perimeter defences at Bardia, Libya, 3 January, 1941.
Rugged up against the bitter cold in greatcoat, leather jerkin and home-made balaclava, he carries the venerable Short Magazine Lee Enfield (SMLE) rifle & 18 inch bayonet, and is portrayed during the opening stages of Australia’s first full engagement against enemy troops in the Second World War.
- 1:6 SCALE / APPROX 315mm HEIGHT
Naked Army 1:6 scale (12 inch) Military cold cast bronze figurines and resin model kits are as individual as the Australian soldiers they portray. They convey a wide range of military theatres including the First and Second World Wars, Vietnam, Timor, Iraq and Afghanistan. They are limited edition and finely sculpted collectables finished one at a time so you are assured of receiving a unique replica of the soldier of your choice.
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