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Trench Mortar Platoon (GFR715)

GFR715 Trench Mortars

Trench Mortar Platoon (GFR715)
Contains four 76mm Stokes mortar or 58mm Type 2 mortar teams.

German machine-gun nests and pillboxes are not the obstacle they once were due to our excellent collection of trench mortars. The British 76mm Stokes mortar can knock out strong points up close in the attack. The heavier 58mm Type 2 mortars will stay in our trench line or close behind it to knock out the most difficult of enemy positions. 

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1918 saw great changes in the warfare of the Western Front. Russia pulled out of the war, freeing thousands more German troops to push the Allies back huge distances. The Allied counteroffensives, with the new tanks, evolving tactics, and the arrival of the Americans, forced the Germans back towards their own borders and defeat.

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Great War: World War One Battles of 1918
Designed by Evan Allen
Painted by Aaron Mathie
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Contents & Assembly Guide of Trench Mortar Platoon (GFR715) 

Assembling Trench Mortar Platoon (GFR705)

a. x4 58mm Type 2 mortars
b. x3 Prone crewmen facing left
c. x3 Prone crewmen facing right

d. x3 Kneeling crewmen
e. x3 Kneeling NCOs gesturing
f.  x4 76mm stokes mortars

g. x3 Mortar bipod
h. x4 Bases
i.  x1 Base plug sprues

Each Mortar team has three crew figures (b. to e. above) and either a Type 2 or Stokes mortar, according to which type of weapon you have chosen for your army list.
Below: To assemble your 76mm Stokes mortar, simply glue the bipod with the side that has the details facing outwards just below the ring on the mortar tube.
Assembling Trench Mortar Platoon (GFR705) Assembling Trench Mortar Platoon (GFR705)

Last Updated On Friday, December 1, 2023