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DiD WWII German Herbert Zeller Action Figure, 7.SS-Freewilligen-Gebirgs Division, Prince Eugen, D80041

DiD 1/6 Scale 12" WWII German Herbert Zeller Action Figure, 7.SS-Freewilligen-Gebirgs Division, Prince Eugen, D80041


 
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Product Description
  • DID 1/6 SCALE 12" WWII GERMAN HERBERT ZELLER ACTION FIGURE
  • 7.SS-FREIWILLIGEN-GEBIRGS DIVISION PRINCE EUGEN
  • PRODUCT NUMBER D80041
  • COMPLETE FIGURE BOXED/UNOPENED
  • BOX IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION
  • NOTES: All metal machine gun as well as the tripod.

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    More on the 7th SS Gebirgs Division 'Prince Eugen':

    The 7th SS Volunteer Mountain Division "Prinz Eugen" (7. SS-Freiwilligen Gebirgs-Division "Prinz Eugen") was a German mountain infantry division of the Waffen-SS, the armed wing of the German Nazi Party that served alongside but was never formally part of the Wehrmacht during WWII in Yugoslavia. Formed in 1941 from Volkdeutsche (ethnic German) volunteers and conscripts from the Banat, Croatia, Hungary and Romania, it fought a counter-insurgency campaign against communist-led Yugoslav Partisan resistance forces in Serbia, Croatia and Montenegro. It was given the title Prinz Eugen after Prince Eugene of Savoy, an outstanding military leader of the Habsburg Empire who liberated Banat and Belgrade from the Ottoman Empire in the Austro-Turkish war of 1716-18. It was initially named the SS-Freiwilligen-Division Prinz Eugen (SS-Volunteer Division Prinz Eugen).

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