The figures were cast in a rubbery plastic, much like a rubber eraser and were actually bigger in scale than the model included in the kit. Sculpted in rather stiff poses, the Germans were kitted with smart uniforms and marching boots, dating these to the early years of World War 2, probably during the invasion and occupation of France.
All the figures were equipped with the appropriate ammo pounches, the cylindrical German gas-mask cannister, the slung bread bag and canteen. Some were also kitted out with the rolled shelter and a few have the entrenching tool and bayonet combination.
Some have either the Maschinenpistole --literally "Machine Pistol -- MP 34 or the MP 40 while the riflemen carry what looks like the Mauser Kar 98 rifle -- officially designated as Karabiner 98 Kurz, the primary rifle of th German forces during WW2 -- with one (used by the kneeling soldier) fitted with a scope.
One figure is sculpted firing the Raketenpanzerbüchse (abbreviated to RPzB) with shield. This shoulder-launched lightweight infantry anti-tank weapon fired a fin-stabilized rocket with a shaped charge warhead.
Some of the figures have the easily recognized German Model 24 stick grenades aka "potato mashers" tucked in their boot, a touch I quite like.