WW2 German Volunteer Conversion Pack (Croatian)volcr
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Several Non-Germans served in the German armed forces during World War II as volunteers, conscripts, or otherwise induced to join. In German war-time propaganda those who volunteered for service were referred to as Freiwillige ("volunteers"). At the same time, many non-Germans in the German armed forces were conscripts or recruited from prisoner-of-war camps.
The Independent State of Croatia emerged as a puppet state of the Axis powers after the invasion of Yugoslavia. Many Croatians chose to serve in the German Armed Forces, with the 269th Croatian Infantry Division, 373rd Croatian Infantry Division, 292nd Croatian Infantry Division, and the 369th Croatian Reinforced Infantry Regiment of the Wehrmacht being created. Many would serve on the Eastern Front, as well as performing anti-partisan duties in the Balkans.
These conversion packs are intended to be used with our WW2 German minifigures in order to add some variation to your scenes. Simply switch the arms and helmet and you can have an entirely new minifigure!
Minifigure is for diplay purposes only. Pack contains one pair of custom printed arms and one custom printed helmet.
CUSTOM PRINTING AT UNITED BRICKS
United Bricks is proud to announce this custom printed helmet and pair of arms. This designs are made exclusively by United Bricks and are printed using the high quality UV Printing method. They are all printed here in the UK to the highest quality which will allow them to be treasured for years to come.
Disclaimer - Please take care when removing and attaching arms. We cannot replace minifigures that are damaged as a result of this.
This product is not a toy. Not intended for use by persons 14 years of age or younger.