WW1 Harlem Hellfighter


The 369th Infantry Regiment consisted of mainly African Americans during World War One, in which it was the first African American regiment to serve with the American Expeditionary Forces during the war. The 369th spent 191 days in the front line trenches, more than any other American unit,and they also suffered the most losses of any American regiment with 1,500 casualties.

The 369th were assigned to the French Army due to many white American soldiers refused to perform combat duty with blacks. The men were issued French weapons, helmets, belts, and pouches, although they retained their U.S. uniforms. The unit was accepted with open arms by the French Army and would serve with distinction through many instances of heavy fighting, including participating in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive. The regiment was nicknamed the Black Rattlers, and the nickname Men of Bronze was given to them by the French. The name Hellfighters was given to them by the Germans.


United Bricks custom printed collectable minifigures are printed on genuine brand new LEGO parts using a high quality UV printing method. They make the perfect gift or addition to a collection, and are a great way to learn history through building and creating scenes. The United Bricks Harlem Hellfighter minifigure is printed on all sides including, the head, legs and torso. Along with this, it features a Brickarms Adrian helmet and Lebel 1886 w/bayonet.

This product is not a toy. Not intended for use by persons 14 years of age or younger.

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Rare figurine américaine de la première guerre mondiale Verified Purchase

Je suis heureux que United bricks est ajouté cette figurine car peu de figurines américaine de la première guerre mondiale sont sortis

Tom Laquerbe | Lezoux | October 2023

Historic Figure Verified Purchase

I am thrilled to have added this figure to my collection! The Harlem Hellfighters were historic and it is fantastic that United Bricks made a minifigure version of them to add to a World War I collection,

Austin W. | Philadelphia | September 2023

Brand United Bricks