New Release: Normandy Bunker – German WWII Atlantic Wall Defensive Position

Normandy Bunker - German WWII Atlantic Wall Defensive Position

About the Normandy Bunker:
Used in the German defense of Normandy, France, on June 6, 1944, these structures are a permanent reminder of the carnage of D-Day. Though few remain completely intact now, back in their time the bunkers offered a strong defensive position and elevation that gave German machine gunners an immense advantage while attempting to stop the oncoming Allied invasion. They also provided protection from Allied bombers prior to the invasion. Similar bunkers were located on Omaha, Sword, Juno, Gold and Utah beaches.

Additional Information:
The Brickmania Normandy Bunker kit features a fully detailed multilevel interior with crew quarters and a dual MG42 nest, and it easily separates for added playability. The expertly designed base even allows you to link multiple bunkers together. The kit also includes brick-built battle damage on the exterior, along with a rugged surrounding terrain.

Model Statistics:

  • Designed by John Canepa
  • 613 LEGO® and Brickmania™ Elements
  • 2x BrickArms® MG42s, with monopods and ammo chain with brass tab
  • Printed elements for added detail
  • Full-color printed building instructions
  • 1/35th scale to match other Brickmania kits
  • Intermediate Skill Level (4–6 years building experience recommended)

All Brickmania™ model kits are made of new-condition LEGO® bricks. This model comes disassembled and includes complete printed building instructions and comes packaged in a sealed box. This is a limited edition kit and production may be discontinued at any time.

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