|Aeronautica Imperialis||Batman Miniature Game||Blood Bowl||Bushido||Dust Tactics-Warfare|
|Flames of War||Flames of War (OLD)||Hordes||Infinity||Malifaux|
|Mantic Games||Marvel Universe Miniature Game||Middle-Earth||Necromunda||Runewars Miniatures Game|
|Spartan Games||Star Wars X-Wing||Tanks||The Hobbit||The Horus Heresy Adeptus Titanicus|
|The Lord of the Rings||Warcry||Warhammer 40,000||Warhammer 40,000 Apocalypse||Warhammer 40,000 Kill Team|
|Warhammer Age of Sigmar||Warhammer Fantasy||Warhammer Quest||Warhammer The Horus Heresy||Warhammer Underworlds|
|Warmachine||World of Tanks||Övriga Spelsystem|
with one Autocanon de 75mm, vehicle crew & Large base.
When the Germany invaded France in 1940, the French Army were forced to bring back into service many vehicles of World War One vintage; included amongst these were the Autocanon de 75mm.
The Autocanon de 75mm predated even the First World War, designed in 1913. It consisted of a 75mm mle 1913/34 gun mounted on the chassis of a De Dion Bouton truck. The fire control system on the 75mm mle 1913 gun was updated in 1934 but despite their age, they had been well maintained in the army depots during the interwar years.
When thrown into action against the Germans in the summer of 1940, the Autocanon de 75mm performed admirably on the battlefield both as an anti-aircraft gun and an improvised anti-tank weapon.