If we come to a minefield, our infantry attacks exactly as it were not there

Georgy Zhukov to Eisenhower, 1945

Zhukov was conscripted into the Russian Imperial Army in 1915 and fought for the Red Army in the Russian Civil War. He fought the Japanese in Mongolia at the Battle of Khalkin-Gol. Stalin placed him on the sidelines during the German attack in June 1941. By October, Zhukov had organised a successful counter-attack. By August 1942, Zhukov was deputy commander-in-chief of the Red Army. He ran the defence of Stalingrad, including the surrender of the German Sixth Army, and coordinated the Battle of Kursk. Zhukov led the final Soviet assault on Germany in 1945, capturing Berlin in April and becoming a world-famous figure.
This is a limited edition 28mm figure. Only 500 will ever be made. Each miniature comes with a numbered gift card.

28mm sized metal figure, supplied unpainted.



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