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DID 1/6 SCALE WWII GERMAN CAPTAIN WILLI HEROLD BOXED ACTION FIGURE, LUFTWAFFE OFFICER, CHARACTER FROM THE MOVIE 'THE CAPTAIN', D80147

DID 1/6 SCALE WWII GERMAN CAPTAIN WILLI HEROLD BOXED ACTION FIGURE, LUFTWAFFE OFFICER, CHARACTER FROM THE MOVIE 'THE CAPTAIN', D80147


 
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Product Description
DID 1/6 SCALE WWII GERMAN CAPTAIN WILLI ACTION FIGURE
LUFTWAFFE OFFICER, CHARACTER FROM THE MOVIE 'THE CAPTAIN'
PRODUCT NUMBER D80147
COMPLETE FIGURE BOXED/UNOPENED
BOX IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION
NOTES: No Notes.

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D80147 part list
Base:
1 Super realistic headsculpt
2 Body
3 Open palms
4 Relax palms
5 Palms for holding Pistol
Outfits
6 WWII German Luftwaffe helmet
7 WWII Luftwaffe officer visor cap
8 WWII German Luftwaffe officer uniform
9 Breeches
10 WWII German Luftwaffe named reserve officer gala tunic
11 Trousers
12 Luftwaffe officer overcoat
13 Wathet shirt with black tie
14 White shirt
15 Luftwaffe officer's belt
16 Luftwaffe parade belt
17 White waistcoat with bow tie
18 Grey gloves
19 White gloves
20 Shoes
21 Jackboots (genuine leather)
Accessories
22 Sword hanger in genuine leather
23 Adjutant's aiguillette
24 Bottle of champagne with glass
25 Watch
Weapon
26 Luftwaffe officer's sword with scabbard
27 P38 pistol with holster(genuine leather)
Insignia
28 Luftwaffe pilot captain collar tab X 2
29 Luftwaffe officer's Bevo breast eagle X2
30 Luftwaffe KRETA cuff title X2
31 Narvik shield in silver X1
32 Iron Cross 1st class X2
33 WWII Luftwaffe paratrooper badge X2
34 German general assault badge X2
35 Wound badge in silver X 2
36 Ribbon bar X 1
37 1939 Iron Cross second class
38 War Merit Cross 2nd Class With Swords 1939
39 4 Years of Service in Wehrmacht Medal
40 Sudetenland Annexation medal

More on Willi Herold:

Willi Herold (11 September 1925 – 14 November 1946), also known as "the Executioner of Emsland," was a German war criminal. Near the end of WWII in Europe, Herold deserted from the German Army and, posing as a Luftwaffe captain, organized the mass execution of deserters held at a German prison camp. Herold was arrested by British forces and executed for war crimes on 14 November 1946 at Wolfenbuttel prison.
On 30 September 1943, Herold was called up for military service. After basic training with a parachute regiment in Tangermunde he was sent to Italy and fought at Nettuno and Monte Cassino, where he was promoted to the rank of corporal and awarded the Iron Cross First Class for the destruction of two British tanks on the beach of Salerno.
In March 1945, Herold's unit was relocated to Germany. In the chaos of the retreating German army, Herold became separated from his unit in early April 1945. Near Gronau and Bad Bentheim, Herold came across an abandoned car containing the luggage of a Luftwaffe captain. Herold put on this uniform and pretended to be the officer, gathering around him a number of equally lost soldiers.
On 11 April 1945, Herold's group arrived at the Aschendorfermoor prison camp (containing German army deserters), one of the Emslandlager camps. Herold told the German authorities at the camp that he was acting under the direct orders of Adolf Hitler and took command. Herold and his men then began to murder inmates guilty of any transgression (for example, a group who had recently attempted to escape). Within the next eight days, Herold had 90 camp inmates murdered. Following an air raid on the camp, most of the surviving inmates managed to escape. Herold's group left the camp and committed several further war crimes; they hanged (possible shot but German law said being hanged was the intended punishment) a farmer in Leer, East Frisia, who had hoisted the white flag, and also murdered five Dutchmen for alleged espionage.
Retreating from the advancing Allies, Herold's group arrived in Aurich where they were arrested by the local German commander. Herold confessed to his crimes and was transferred to Norden for trial by the Kriegsmarine. In the chaos of the last days of the war, Herold was released by mistake.


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