WW2

The following is a list of all the manufacturers of 28mm World War 2 figures that I could find.

I have listed them as the makers describe them. Some figures may have other uses. The Canadian army for example, used British-type uniforms and kit. So British figures can also be used as Canadians.

For clickable links to the manufacturers, please go to the 'Directory' tab.



  • Australian - Artizan Designs, Askari Miniatures, Brigade Games, Gaddis Gaming,
  • Belgian - Warlord Games,
  • British - Artizan Designs, Baker Company, Black Tree Design, Company B, Crusader Miniatures, Depot Battalion, Dixon Miniatures, Ebob Miniatures, Foundry Miniatures, Gaddis Gaming, Gorgon Studios, Matchlock Miniatures, Perry Miniatures, Pulp Figures, Regiment Games, Rubicon Models, SHQ Miniatures, The Assault Group, Victory Force Miniatures, Warlord Games, Warm Acre Games, West Wind Productions,
  • British Airborne - Artizan Designs, Black Tree Design, Crusader Miniatures, First Corps, Foundry Miniatures, Gaddis Gaming, Warlord Games, Warm Acre Games, West Wind Productions, 
  • British Commandos - Artizan Designs, Black Tree Design, Dixon Miniatures, Foundry Miniatures, Gaddis Gaming, Warlord Games, Warm Acre Games, West Wind Productions, 
  • British 8th Army - Artizan Designs, Askari Miniatures, Black Tree Design, Brigade Games, Company B, Crucible Crush, Dixon Miniatures, Gaddis Gaming, Offensive Miniatures, Perry Miniatures, SHQ Miniatures, West Wind Productions, 
  • Chinese - Brigade Games, 
  • Civilians and Others - Bad Squiddo Games, Brigade Games, Company B, CP Models, Depot Battalion, Dixon Miniatures, First Corps, Foundry Miniatures, Gothic Line, Perry Miniatures, Warlord Games, Warm Acre Games, 
  • Dutch - Gothic Line,
  • Finnish - Baker Company, Brigade Games, Gaddis Gaming, Parkfield Miniatures, Warlord Games,
  • French - Artizan Designs, Askari Miniatures, Baker Company, Black Tree Design, Crusader Miniatures, Gaddis Gaming, Gorgon Studios, Perry Miniatures, Warlord Games, 
  • German - Artizan Designs, Baker Company, Black Hussar Miniatures, Black Tree Design, Brigade Games, Company B, Crusader Miniatures, Depot Battalion, Dixon Miniatures, Ebob Miniatures, Elite Wargames And Models, First Corps, Foundry Miniatures, Gaddis Gaming, Gorgon Studios, Gothic Line, Great Escape Games, Heer 46, Iron Cross Miniatures, Neo-Forge, Rubicon Models, SHQ Miniatures, The Assault Group, Victory Force Miniatures, Wargames Factory, Warlord Games, Warm Acre Games, West Wind Productions, 
  • German Afrika Korps - Artizan Designs, Askari Miniatures, Black Tree Design, Brigade Games, Company B, Gaddis Gaming, Gothic Line, Offensive Miniatures, Perry Miniatures, SHQ Miniatures, Warlord Games, West Wind Productions, 
  • German Fallschirmjager - Artizan Designs, Black Tree Design, Crusader Miniatures, First Corps, Foundry Miniatures, Gaddis Gaming, Neo-Forge, Offensive Miniatures, Victory Force Miniatures, Warlord Games, Warm Acre Games,
  • Greek - Rif Raf Miniatures,
  • Hungarian - Great Escape Games,
  • Indian - Artizan Designs, Askari Miniatures, Gaddis Gaming, Perry Miniatures, Pulp Figures, West Wind Productions, 
  • Italian - Black Tree Design, Company B, Dog Tag Miniatures, Gaddis Gaming, Great Escape Games, Offensive Miniatures, Perry Miniatures, Warlord Games, West Wind Productions, 
  • Italian (Africa) - Artizan Designs, Askari Miniatures, Company B, Dog Tag Miniatures, Perry Miniatures, Warlord Games, 
  • Japanese - Brigade Games, Company B, Dixon Miniatures, First Corps, Foundry Miniatures, Gaddis Gaming, Gothic Line, Pulp Figures, The Assault Group, Warlord Games, West Wind Productions, 
  • Norwegian - Gorgon Studios, 
  • Polish - Black Tree Design, Gorgon Studios, Kromlech Historical, Matchlock Miniatures, Warlord Games, 
  • Resistance and Partizans - Artizan Designs, Black Tree Design, Crusader Miniatures, Depot Battalion, Dixon Miniatures, Elite Wargames And Models, Foundry Miniatures, Gaddis Gaming, Matchlock Miniatures, Parkfield Miniatures, Victory Force Miniatures, Warlord Games, West Wind Productions, 
  • Romanian - Great Escape Games, Outpost Wargame Services, Tsuba Miniatures,
  • Soviet Union - Artizan Designs, Bad Squiddo Games, Baker Company, Black Tree Design, Crusader Miniatures, Depot Battalion, Dog Tag Miniatures, First Corps, Gaddis Gaming, Great Escape Games, Heer 46, Neo-Forge, Parkfield Miniatures, Plastic Soldier Company, Rubicon Models, SHQ Miniatures, Siberia Miniatures, The Assault Group, Victory Force Miniatures, Wargames Factory, Warlord Games, West Wind Productions, 
  • United States - Acheson Creations, Artizan Designs, Black Tree Design, Brigade Games, Company B, Crusader Miniatures, Gaddis Gaming, Gothic Line, Neo-Forge, Pulp Figures, Rubicon Models, Victory Force Miniatures, Wargames Factory, Warlord Games, West Wind Productions, 
  • United States Airborne - Artizan Designs, Black Tree Design, Gaddis Gaming, Offensive Miniatures, Victory Force Miniatures, Warlord Games, West Wind Productions, 
  • United States Marines - Brigade Games, Company B, First Corps, Gaddis Gaming, Pulp Figures, The Assault Group, Warlord Games, West Wind Productions, 

8 comments:

  1. What a great list. I recommend adding Askari to the suggestions for WWII Italians (Africa)
    http://www.askari-minis.com/

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  2. Renegade Miniatures also make British/Germans

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  3. Templar Wargames & Scenery supply Greeks in 28mm.

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  4. Stoessi's Heroes has some character figures for WW2: http://sh-store.blogspot.com/

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  6. May '40 Miniatures has Dutch including Marines. Tiger Miniatures has the Dutch East Indies army (KNIL).

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  7. I should have some comparison pictures from the article I did on 28mm WWII figures and 1/43-1/50 WWII vehicles in THE COURIER MAGAZINE (2 issues). How do I send them? The number of companies making WWII in 28mm has really expanded. Vehicle resources in 1/56 and 1/48 has also expanded while 1/50 and 1/43 (loss of SOLIDO models) has dropped. Westwind vehicles, by the way, are 1/64 as are some of their heavy weapons like the M1A2 105mm field howitzer. Unless they have corrected that.
    Pictures are located on https://www.flickr.com/photos/69768863@N00/collections/ and my blog is http://tankershaven.blogspot.com/

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