Spotlight: Hedgehogs

The hedgehog (also known as Czech Hedgehog) is a anti-tank obstacle consisting of three metal steel sections welded together to form its distinctive shape. They were made famous on the beaches of Normandy during the D-Day landings. Later Americans engineers would cut some of them up and fabricate them into a device known as a “hedgecutter” that they attached to the front of tanks.

Victory Force sells their version of the Hedgehog, as well as a few other obstacles in the Terrain section of the Victory Store. Each hedgehog comes in three easy to glue together pieces.

Use them on your beach or wherever tanks threaten your defenses.

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