Wednesday, December 28, 2016

May '40 Miniatures: New 28mm World War Two Dutch Army Range Released

May '40 Miniatures: The Battle of the Netherlands saw one of the first major uses of paratroopers to occupy crucial targets prior to ground troops reaching the area. The German Luftwaffe utilised paratroopers in the capture of several major airfields in the Netherlands in and around key cities such as Rotterdam and The Hague in order to quickly overrun the nation and immobilise Dutch forces.

The battle ended soon after the devastating bombing of Rotterdam by the German Luftwaffe and the subsequent threat by the Germans to bomb other large Dutch cities if Dutch forces refused to surrender. The Dutch General Staff knew it could not stop the bombers and surrendered in order to prevent other cities from suffering the same fate. The Netherlands remained under German occupation until 1945, when the last Dutch territory was liberated.

Our mission is to bring you 28mm miniatures that are excellent for wargaming but can also be used for diorama's or in exhibitions in musea. The miniatures are made as historically accurate as possible in this scale. Check the full range of May '40 Miniatures here

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