WW2 Romanian Army Rifleman592
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Romania joined the Axis powers on 23 November 1940. As a member of the Axis, Romania joined the invasion of the Soviet Union (Operation Barbarossa) on 22 June 1941, providing equipment and oil to Nazi Germany as well as committing more troops to the Eastern Front than all the other allies of Germany combined. Romanian forces played a large role during fighting in Ukraine, Bessarabia, Stalingrad and elsewhere. Romania controlled the third Axis army in Europe and the fourth Axis army in the world, only behind the three principal Axis powers of Germany, Japan, and Italy.
As the tide of war turned against the Axis, the Allies bombed Romania from 1943 onwards, and advancing Soviet armies invaded the country in 1944. With popular support for Romania's participation in the war faltering and German-Romanian fronts collapsing under the Soviet onslaught, King Michael of Romania led a coup d'état that deposed the Antonescu regime (August 1944) and put Romania on the side of the Allies for the remainder of the war.
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. This Minifigure features a fully printed 360 torso and legs, along with a printed head. It also comes with Brickarms SSH Helmet and KAR Rifle.
This product is not a toy. Not intended for use by persons 14 years of age or younger.
Im so HAPPY they made this!
I love "United Brick's" and im soooo happy they made romanian's .
Arad Ball | Arad | November 2022
Some optional adding's
So, I like this Minifigure, but, in WW2, Romanian soldiers used to volunteer for Germany, they used to have an SS symbol with a Romanian flag underneath it, on the right hand. I may change the review if the Romanian-German Comando Lego hands are going to be added. Thanks!
Ayan luca | Bucharest, Romania | November 2022