Right on schedule are six new figures from Tommy’s War;
|TW32CP18||Oberleutnant, 3rd Light Infantry Reg, Udine October 1917|
|TW32CP19||Musketier 48 Infantry Regiment, Mons 1914|
|TW32CP20||Unteroffizier, Motor Transport Column, Macedonia 1916|
|TW32CP21||Shutze, 27 Light Infantry, Battle of Helsinki, April 1918|
|TW32CP22||Private (1), 15 Infanterie Regiment, Amiens 1918|
|TW32CP23||Private (2), 15 Infanterie Regiment, Amiens 1918|
TW32CP18 Oberleutnant, 3rd Light Infantry Reg, Udine October 1917
Taken from The German Army in WW1 (3) by Osprey Publishing, this figure is a subaltern in the 4th Bn Bavarian Bn and wears a grey-green M1916 Bavarian field tunic and retained the “S” pattern collar badges. He is wearing enlisted mens reinforced trousers with puttees and mountain boots. His equipment includes the mountain rucksack, P08 pistol and M98/05 bayonet.
TW32CP19 Musketier 48 Infantry Regiment, Mons 1914
From book 1 of the same series as TW32CP18, this figure is shown in typical early-wear uniform and is armed with a Newer 98 rifle. As a member of the 48th Infantry Regiment “Von Stupagnel” (5th Brandenburg) his helmet cover would have the regimental number painted in rd, his tunic has Brandenburg cuffs and piping. The bayonet knot is white, yellow and red (10th Company, 3rd Bn).
TW32CP20 Unteroffizier, Motor Transport Column, Macedonia 1916
From Book 3 of the series, this Prussian Transport driver wears black leather M1916 calfskin Litewka (uniform jacket) with M1912 blue cloth collar, M1912 calfskin breeches, M1912 leggings and M1914 boots.
This figure includes an alternative head with Stahlhelm
TW32CP21 Shutze, 27 Light Infantry, Battle of Helsinki, April 1918
This Finnish soldier wears the 1916 steel helmet, M1915 green-grey tunic and his equipment includes the M1917 mess tin, M1898 bayonet, M1916 gas mask bag, M1914 bread bag and M1917 water bottle.
Fought in 1918 between the White Finland and the Finnish Socialist Workers Party during the transition of the nation from a Grand Duchy of the Russian Empire to an independent state.
This figure depicts a Jager, these troops had seen action on the Eastern Front and those loyal to the white forces were used during The Battle of Tampere in February 1918 and The Battle of Helsinki in April 1918.
TW32CP22 and 23 Privates (1 and 2), 15 Infanterie Regiment, Amiens 1918
These two figures show late-war German infantry from the Western Front. Both wear standard infantry uniform and equipment, note the Stahlhelm M1918 with ear cut-outs which were designed to help soldiers hear and allow them to use field telephones without removing their helmets.