Lasting from August 13, 1937 to November 26, 1937, the Battle of Shanghai was the first of the twenty-two major engagements in the Second Sino-Japanese War between the National Revolutionary Army of the Republic of China and the Imperial Japanese Army of the Empire of Japan. It was a brutal and hard-fought battle, and now War Story presents their 1:6 scale figure representative of a Japanese Army machine gunner during the conflict.
War Story 1/6th scale Japanese Army Machine Gunner (Battle of Shanghai 1937) 12-inch figure Features: Head sculpt, Body, Hands (4 pairs), Military uniform, Army cap, Shirt, Leggings, Fur boots, Kettle, Lunch box, Shovel, Shovel cover, Steel helmet, Leather belt, Tent, Army blanket, Backpack, Mess kit, Crooked handle light machine gun, Clamp pack x2
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