Free French Fighting Vehicle Decal Sets

...in 1/72, from Star Decals

Free French Fighting Vehicle Decal Sets in 1/72, from Star Decals

Some recent releases from Star Decals, and some really interesting options spread across 4 sets. Thankfully these days there are a good selection of these available in model form, in plastic or resin. so some great options here. Super quality wet-transfers as ever.
These are in 1/72, but worth noting that the same sets are also available in their 1/35 range as well.

72-A 1106 French Fighting Vehicles in Africa, Part 1

A - Somua S-35, 12e RCA, Tunisia in 1943, in a Sand/Dark Earth Brown/Dark Green camouflage
B - Somua S-35, 12e RCA, Senegal 1940-41, in a Dark Green/Dark Earth Brown camouflage
C - Universal Carrier Mk I, Force de Koufa, FFI, in an Olive Drab/Sand/Black camouflage.
D - Hotchkiss H-39, 1e Compagnie de Chars de Combat de la France Libre, Gabon, in October 1940, in a Sand/Dark Earth Brown/Dark Green camouflage
E - Renault FT-17, Pro Vichy unit, Safi, Morocca, in November 1942, in a Sand/Dark Earth Brown/Dark Green camouflage
F - Universal Carrier Mk I, FFI unit in North Africa, in an overall sand finish.

72-A 1107 French Fighting Vehicles in Africa, Part 2

A - Marmon Herrington Mk III, Ier RMSM - Regiment de Marche de Spahis Marocains, Egypt, 1942, in overall Sand.
B - Marmon Herrington Mk III, with 25mm SAL 37 gun, Tunisia, 1943, in a Sand and Dark Earth camouflage.
C - Marmon Herrington Mk III, Ier RMSM - Regiment de Marche de Spahis Marocains, in a Sand and Dark Earth camouflage.

72-A 1108 FFI Captured German Tanks, Part 1

A - Pzkpfw IV Ausf H Late, 1e Escadron Besnier, 1944/45, in a Dunkelgelb, Olivgrun, Rotbraun camouflage
B - Jagdpanzer 38(t), 1e Escadron Besnier, 1945, in a Dunkelgelb, Olivgrun, Rotbraun camouflage
C - Sdkfz 251/1 Ausf D, 1e Escadron Besnier, 1945, in a Dunkelgelb, Olivgrun, Rotbraun camouflage
D - Panzerwerfer 42, 1e Escadron Besnier, 1945, in a Dunkelgelb, Olivgrun, Rotbraun camouflage
E - Tiger I Late Production, ex-s.SS=Pz Abt 102 #114, used by the French (FFI), in a Dunkelgelb, Olivgrun, Rotbraun camouflage

72-A 1109 FFI Re-Captured Beute Panzers, Part 2

A - Flamm-Pz Char B1 Bis, FFI Paris in August 1944, in an overall Dunkelgrau base, with Dunkelgelb sprockets & idlers
B - Somua S-35, FFI in Paris in August 1945, in an overall Dunkelgrau base, with a Dunkelgelb disruptive pattern
Plus - some extra FFI markings for use as you wish.

Thanks to Star Decals for our samples.

Robin