Stug III ausf G or StuH-42 plastic box set
The Sturmgeschütz (StuG) III was a well-armed and armoured vehicle based on the tried and tested Pz.Kpfw III chassis. Manned by the artillery originally, as it was considered a mobile howitzer, it went through many variants during WWII, and indeed...
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Panzer 35(t)
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Panzer 35(t)
Originally produced as a light cavalry tank for the Czech Army and also supplied to Afghanistan, Romania and Bulgari, the Wermacht used 218 captured Czechoslovakian from March 1939 onwards. It saw plenty of use in the German Army being used...
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Jagdpanzer IV L70(V) tank destroyer
The Jagdpanzer IV, Sd.Kfz. 162, was a tank destroyer based on the Panzer IV chassis built in three main variants. Minor modifications and improvements were made throughout the production runs of all variants, as well as several field improvements, the...
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Panzer 38(t)
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Panzer 38(t)
Most commonly known as the Panzer 38(t), this light tank was originally a Czech design – the LT vz. 38 – which fell under the Third Reich's control when Germany occupied Czechoslovakia in 1938. The 't' in its designation relates...
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Panzer IV Ausf D
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Panzer IV Ausf D
The Panzer IV was also developed before the start of the war, as a 20 tonne chassis to carry a 75mm howitzer for close infantry support. It was the largest German tank at the onset of war, and the earliest...
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