- Napoleonic Wars series
- 1/32 scale (54 mm)
- 16 Highly detailed plastic figures
- Unpainted figures, painting required
- Box dimensions: 8.25” L x 6.0” W x 1.2” H
- Molded in gray
After the escaped prisoner from the Isle of Elba had been proclaimed an outlaw on 13th March, almost 800,000 men threatened the French Frontiers, including an Anglo-Spanish Corps on the frontier of the Pyrenees.
Napoleon had at his disposal a striking force of only 125,000 fighting men. Because of the enormous imbalance of the forces face to face, and on the assumption that the Coalition army would not march on Paris before 15th July, the Emperor decide to forestall the invasion of France by himself launching an attack on Belgium. He hoped that in fighting Wellington and Blucher separately, beofe they had time to join forces, their defeat would result in the liberation of a large part of Belgium and the fall of the British Government.
This A Call To Arms 1/32 scale set of 16 plastic figures represents French Line Infantry during the Battle of Waterloo.