Obstacle, painted and cut into strips.
An array of antitank obstacles made of crossed steel girders. This type of tank trap was first used in the 1930's in Czechoslovakia for their frontier fortifications. Hence their nickname "Czech Hedgehog"
. Easy to make and set up, they became a common feature of WWII battlefields from the gates of Moscow to the beaches of Normandy.
This item consists of an array of 12 * 6 obstacles, which can be cut apart and arranged to suit your game setup. In a 2-deep strip, they can cover a 30 cm front.
The Tiger tanks in the photographs are not included. They are GHQ models.
More about the illustrated Normandy diorama can be found on the Swordbeach 1944 blog
. Many of the vehicles are 3d printed, from Master of Military
4.66 w x
9.88 d x
1.835 w x
3.89 d x