1 Vehicle 1 Crew Plastic Includes stat card, damage markers and decals Requires Assembly
Another light tank, the 38(t) was a Czech design (the 't' relating to the German word for 'Czech' - 'tschechisch') which was adopted for service with the Wehrmacht after the annexation of Czechoslovakia in March 1939.
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Marrying the obsolete but reliable chassis of the Czech-built Pz 38(t) tank and the captured Soviet 76.2mm PaK 36(r) L/51 anti-tank gun, the Marder (Marten) provided the Wehrmacht with a potent self-propelled gun.
Upgrading the Char B1, the Char B1 bis had thicker armour and an APX4 turret with a longer-barrelled (L/32) 47 mm SA 35 gun, giving it more anti-tank capacity alongside the 75mm hull-mounted howitzer.
Always at the forefront of the fighting, the Waffen-SS were well-equipped, even as the supply of new materials and weapons became more of an issue for the Third Reich as Allied bombing campaigns pummelled German industry.
Scale: 28mm - 1/56th 33 Infantry 2 Vehicles 3 Artillery Pieces/War Machines 10 Crew Plastic Requires Assembly This product is supplied unassembled and unpainted. Glue and paints not included.
Scale: 28mm - 1/56th 1 Artillery Piece/War Machine 3 Crew Metal Requires Assembly
Scale: 28mm - 1/56th 1 Artillery Piece/War Machine 5 Crew Metal Requires Assembly
The German Feldgendarmerie force had its origins in the 19th century, with most German states forming military units for policing duties
Around 100 Wirbelwinds were produced in the latter half of 1944, fulfilling the German requirement for a self-propelled, multi-barrel flak gun capable of engaging targets under 2,000 metres.
An artillery observer unit consists of an artillery officer model and can include a second model as assistant radio operator
10 figuras de metal
1 Vehicle 1 Crew Plastic Requires Assembly This product is supplied unassembled and unpainted. Glue and paints not included.