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#ALT95893 - German Sd. Kfz. 181 PzKpfw VI Tiger I Ausf. E Heavy Tank - schwere Panzer Abteilung 506, Lukanjowka, Russia, 1943 (1:72 Scale)







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British Challenger 2 Main Battle Tank - Unidentified Unit, England, 1984 German Sd. Kfz. 222 Light Armored Car - 10.Panzer Division, Deutsches Afrika Korps, Tunis, Tunisia, 1943 German Sd. Kfz. 186 Jagdpanzer VI Jagdtiger Heavy Tank Destroyer
British Challenger 2 Main Battle Tank - Unidentified Unit, England, 1984 (1:72 Scale)
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German Sd. Kfz. 222 Light Armored Car - 10.Panzer Division, Deutsches Afrika Korps, Tunis, Tunisia, 1943 (1:72 Scale)
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German Sd. Kfz. 186 Jagdpanzer VI Jagdtiger Heavy Tank Destroyer (1:72 Scale)
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The Challenger 2 is the current main battle tank of the British Army. The hull is similar to that of the Challenger I, as is the powerpack, but the turret has been redesigned to fit updated armament, and the tank is in many ways a coompletely new tank. The Leichter Panzerspahwagen (roughly "Light Armored Reconnaissance Vehicle") were a series of light 4 x 4 armored cars produced by Nazi Germany from 1935 to 1944. Early in 1943, orders were given to design a heavy, self-propelled anti-tank gun, which would mate a 12.8cm gun with a Tiger II chassis. On October 20th, 1943 a wooden mock-up of the enormous vehicle was shown to the OKH planners who authorized that a prototype be finished by April 1944.
German Sd. Kfz. 231 8 Wheeled Armored Car - Unidentified Unit, Russia, 1943 German leFH 18(Sf) 105mm Gun auf Geschutzwagen 39H(f) Self-Propelled Anti-Tank Gun - 21.Panzer Division, Normandy, France, 1944 German Landwasserschlepper I Amphibious Tractor - Pi.Ldgs.Ausb.Btl., Esbjerg, Denmark, 1944
German Sd. Kfz. 231 8 Wheeled Armored Car - Unidentified Unit, Russia, 1943 (1:72 Scale)
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German leFH 18(Sf) 105mm Gun auf Geschutzwagen 39H(f) Self-Propelled Anti-Tank Gun - 21.Panzer Division, Normandy, France, 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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German Landwasserschlepper I Amphibious Tractor - Pi.Ldgs.Ausb.Btl., Esbjerg, Denmark, 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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The Leichter Panzerspahwagen (roughly "Light Armored Reconnaissance Vehicle") were a series of light 4 x 4 armored cars produced by Nazi Germany from 1935 to 1944. The leFH 18(Sf) 105mm Gun auf Geschutzwagen 39H(f) self-propelled anti-tank gun was built to the same specifications as the Sd. Kfz. 135 Lorraine Schlepper, but were fitted with an armored superstructure of greater thickness. The Landwasserschlepper was an unarmed amphibious tractor produced in Germany during World War II. Ordered by the Heereswaffenamt in 1935 for use by German Army engineers, the Landwasserschlepper (or LWS) was intended as a lightweight river tug with some capacity to operate on land.
German Sd. Kfz. 186 Jagdpanzer VI Jagdtiger Heavy Tank Destroyer German Sd. Kfz. 181 PzKpfw VI Tiger I Ausf. E Heavy Tank - schwere Panzer Abteilung 506, Lukanjowka, Russia, 1943 German Sd. Kfz. 233 Reconnaissance Car - Pz.Aufkl.Abt. 999, Rhodes, Greece, 1943
German Sd. Kfz. 186 Jagdpanzer VI Jagdtiger Heavy Tank Destroyer (1:72 Scale)
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German Sd. Kfz. 181 PzKpfw VI Tiger I Ausf. E Heavy Tank - schwere Panzer Abteilung 506, Lukanjowka, Russia, 1943 (1:72 Scale)
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German Sd. Kfz. 233 Reconnaissance Car - Pz.Aufkl.Abt. 999, Rhodes, Greece, 1943 (1:72 Scale)
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Early in 1943, orders were given to design a heavy, self-propelled anti-tank gun, which would mate a 12.8cm gun with a Tiger II chassis. On October 20th, 1943 a wooden mock-up of the enormous vehicle was shown to the OKH planners who authorized that a prototype be finished by April 1944. The Ausf. E mounted a huge 8.8cm KwK36 L/56 cannon and featured two MG34 machine guns for close support against enemy infantry. By war's end, 1,354 vehicles had been produced, some rolling off the Wegmann assembly line. The Sd. Kfz. 233 was developed to give the armored reconnaissance squadron a weapon capable of engaging enemy armor and area targets. The Sd. Kfz. 233 reconnaissance car mounted a powerful 7.5cm StuK37 L/24 cannon over the driver's compartment and was capable of attaining cross-country speeds in excess of 80 Km/hr.
German Sd. Kfz. 142 Sturmgeschutz III Ausf. G Assault Gun - StuG.Abt. 911, 11.Panzer Division, Kursk, Russia, 1943 German Sd. Kfz. 166 Sturmpanzer IV Brummbar Assault Gun - Sturmpanzerabteilung 216, Rome, Italy, 1944 German Sd. Kfz. 141 PzKpfw III Ausf. N Medium Tank - schwere Panzer Abteilung 502, Kelkolowo, Russia, 1942
German Sd. Kfz. 142 Sturmgeschutz III Ausf. G Assault Gun - StuG.Abt. 911, 11.Panzer Division, Kursk, Russia, 1943 (1:72 Scale)
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German Sd. Kfz. 166 Sturmpanzer IV Brummbar Assault Gun - Sturmpanzerabteilung 216, Rome, Italy, 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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German Sd. Kfz. 141 PzKpfw III Ausf. N Medium Tank - schwere Panzer Abteilung 502, Kelkolowo, Russia, 1942 (1:72 Scale)
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Five prototype assault guns were built in 1937, mounting the same short-barreled 75mm L/24 howitzer fitted to the PzKpfw IV in a limited traverse mounting on the modified chassis of the PzKpfw III Ausf. B. Constructed of soft steel, these vehicles of the "O" series were unsuitable for combat but helped towards the development of the initial production version, the StuG III Ausf. A. The Sturmpanzer (a.k.a. Brummbar or "Grizzly Bear") was developed by Alkett, who designed the superstructure, and Krupp, who modified their PzKpfw IV chassis to accomodate the design changes. After seeing Alkett's plans on October 20, 1942, Hitler demanded that forty to sixty production models be built as quickly as possible. As early as 1934/35, General Heinz Guderian envisioned two basic types of armor to act as the lead elements of the future German Panzer Divisions. The first vehicle was to be armed with an anti-tank gun and two machine guns while the second one was to be a support vehicle, armed with a larger caliber gun.
German Sd. Kfz. 162/1 Jagdpanzer IV L/70 Tank Destroyer - Panzer Grenadier Division Feldherrnhalle, Budapest, Hungary, 1945 German Sd. Kfz. 173 Jagdpanther Tank Destroyer - schwere Panzer Abteilung 655, Oldenburg, Germany, 1945 German Early Production Sd. Kfz. 165 Hummel Self-Propelled Howitzer - Panzer Division Feldherrnhalle, Budapest, Hungary, 1945
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German Sd. Kfz. 173 Jagdpanther Tank Destroyer - schwere Panzer Abteilung 655, Oldenburg, Germany, 1945 (1:72 Scale)
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German Sd. Kfz. 165 Hummel Self-Propelled Howitzer - Panzer Division Feldherrnhalle, Budapest, Hungary, 1945 (1:72 Scale)
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The Jagdpanzer IV L/70 (A) Zwischenlosung was the last tank to enter service with the Wehrmacht in September 1944. Essentially, German tank designers placed a Jagdpanzer IV turret on a Panzer IV chassis then fitted it with a powerful 75mm L/70(A) gun. The Zwischenlosung proved to be an excellent tank killer even though only 278 vehicles were built by war's end. The Jagdpanther mounted a powerful 8.8cm Pak L/71 cannon within a fixed turret, which was situated atop a standard Panther V chassis. Although production of the tank was begun at MIAG in January 1944, it took another ten months before the larger NMH plant could expand the production run in time for the Wacht am Rhein ("Watch on the Rhine") winter counteroffensive. The Hummel ("Bumble-Bee") was to be a mere 'Zwischenlosung' (interim solution) until a chassis designed specifically as a self-propelled gun platform could be developed and mass produced. By May 12th 1943, 100 Hummel were to be built for use in the planned summer offensive against the Red Army, code-named "Operation Zitadelle".
German Sd. Kfz. 167 Sturmgeschutz IV Assault Gun - Fallschirm Panzer Division Hermann Goering, Anzio-Nettuno, Italy, 1944 German Sd. Kfz. 11 3-Ton Personnel Carrier / Prime Mover - 15.Panzer Division, El Alamein, Egypt, 1942 German Sd. Kfz. 185 Bergetiger Recovery Vehicle - schwere Panzerjager Abteilung 653, Anzio-Nettuno, Italy, 1944
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German Sd. Kfz. 11 3-Ton Personnel Carrier / Prime Mover - 15.Panzer Division, El Alamein, Egypt, 1942 (1:72 Scale)
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German Sd. Kfz. 185 Bergetiger Recovery Vehicle - schwere Panzerjager Abteilung 653, Anzio-Nettuno, Italy, 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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The German Sturmgeschutz (StuG) was one of the most successful armored fighting vehicles of the Second World War. It arose from an original concept of the pre-war panzer divisions, whereby a special vehicle for infantry support work was planned. The Sd.Kfz. 11 (Sonderkraftfahrzeug - special motorized vehicle) was a German half-track that saw very widespread use in World War II. Its main role was as a prime mover for medium towed guns ranging from the 3.7 cm FlaK 43 anti-aircraft gun up to the 10.5 cm leFH 18 field howitzer. It could carry eight troops in addition to towing a gun or trailer. In 1944, three Tiger I tanks were field converted by the sPzAbt 509 to recovery vehicles and redesignated Bergepanzer Tiger. In November of 1944, all three were transferred to the sPzAbt 501.
German Sd. Kfz. 181 PzKpfw VI Tiger I Ausf. E Heavy Tank - 13./Panzer Regiment Grossdeutschland, Neuhammer, Germany, January 1943 Italian Ariete Main Battle Tank - 132 Brigata Corazzata "Ariete", Novara, Italy, 2002 German Kampfpanzer Leopard 2A5 Main Battle Tank - AR Einsatzbataillon, 1 Mechanisiertes Batterie, Kosovo Force (KFOR), Orahovas, Kosovo, 2000
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Italian Ariete Main Battle Tank - 132 Brigata Corazzata "Ariete", Novara, Italy, 2002 (1:72 Scale)
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The Ausf. E mounted a huge 8.8cm KwK36 L/56 cannon and featured two MG34 machine guns for close support against enemy infantry. By war's end, 1,354 vehicles had been produced, some rolling off the Wegmann assembly line. The Ariete is a main battle tank developed for the Italian Army to meet the needs of the 21st Century, by providing a credible indigenous tank design capable of competing with other current tanks on the battlefield and in the export market. Iveco Fiat and Oto Melara combined forces to develop a new tank utilizing modern firepower, mobility, and protection technologies. The Leopard 2 was an offshoot of the MBT-70 -- a cancelled joint development project between the USA and West Germany undertaken in the late 1960s. Even though the US had withdrawn from the project, the West Germans, under the auspices of Krauss-Maffei,  continued research and development on the renamed Leopard 2 project.
German Late Production Sd. Kfz. 173 Jagdpanther Tank Destroyer - schwere Panzerjager Abteilung 559, Luxembourg, 1944 Japanese Ground Self-Defense Forces Type 61 Main Battle Tank - 10th Tank Battalion, 8th Division, Japan, 1993 Russian T-55 Heavy Tank  - #4130, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1968
German Late Production Sd. Kfz. 173 Jagdpanther Tank Destroyer - schwere Panzerjager Abteilung 559, Luxembourg, 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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Japanese Ground Self-Defense Forces Type 61 Main Battle Tank - 10th Tank Battalion, 8th Division, Japan, 1993 (1:72 Scale)
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Russian T-55 Heavy Tank - #4130, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1968 (1:72 Scale)
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The Jagdpanther mounted a powerful 8.8cm Pak L/71 cannon within a fixed turret, which was situated atop a standard Panther V chassis. Although production of the tank was begun at MIAG in January 1944, it took another ten months before the larger NMH plant could expand the production run in time for the Wacht am Rhein ("Watch on the Rhine") winter counteroffensive. The Type 61 was a main battle tank (MBT) developed and used by the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF), built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. Development started in 1955 and the vehicle was first deployed in April 1961. The T-54 and T-55 main battle tanks were the Soviet Union's replacements for the World War II era T-34 tank. The T-54/55 tank series is the most produced in the world, and very widely employed, especially by former client states of the Soviet Union.
British Churchill Mk. VII Infantry Tank - 6th Guards Tank Brigade, Normandy, 1944 USMC M1A1HA Abrams Main Battle Tank - Maniaco, 1st Marine Tank Battalion, 1st Marine Division, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Iraq, 2003 USMC M48A3 Patton Medium Tank - 1st Tank Battalion, Danang, Vietnam, 1968
British Churchill Mk. VII Infantry Tank - 6th Guards Tank Brigade, Normandy, 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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USMC M1A1HA Abrams Main Battle Tank - "Maniaco", 1st Marine Tank Battalion, 1st Marine Division, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Iraq, 2003 (1:72 Scale)
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USMC M48A3 Patton Medium Tank - 1st Tank Battalion, Danang, Vietnam, 1968 (1:72 Scale)
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The "Churchill" began life as a 1939 requirement that envisaged a return to trench-warfare, and was therefore slow and heavily armored like the Russian KV-1 series. That said, the final Churchill prototype was much lighter than had first been thought acceptable, although it still resembled a World War I tank in appearance. The M1 Abrams was the next stage in American tank development after the M60 series. Chrysler completed the prototype in 1978 and the first production vehicles appeared in 1980 with 30 tanks a month being built in the years that followed by General Dynamics, then a division of Chrysler Motors. When the Korean War began, the US military had no medium tanks in production. The M47 appeared as an interim measure but work immediately began on the M48. The first 'Pattons' were completed in July 1952.
German Sd. Kfz. 171 PzKpfw V Panther Ausf. G Medium Tank - R02, 1.SS Panzer Division LSSAH, Normandy, France, 1944 German Sd. Kfz. 161 PzKpfw IV Ausf. G Medium Tank - 19.Panzer Division, Sgfonovo, Russia, 1942 German Sd. Kfz. 181 PzKpfw VI King Tiger Ausf. B Heavy Tank - #332, schwere SS Panzer Abteilung  501, Ardennes, Belgium, December 1944
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German Sd. Kfz. 161 PzKpfw IV Ausf. G Medium Tank - 19.Panzer Division, Sgfonovo, Russia, 1942 (1:72 Scale)
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German Sd. Kfz. 181 PzKpfw VI King Tiger Ausf. B Heavy Tank - "#332", schwere SS Panzer Abteilung 501, Ardennes, Belgium, December 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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In many respects, the Panther tank was viewed as the finest armored fighting vehicle of the Second World War. Based in large part upon the Soviet's highly successful T-34 medium tank, the PzKpfw V Ausfuhrung G was built by several manufacturers including MAN, Daimler-Benz and MNH. Just one month prior to the commencement of "Operation Typhoon" (the German assault on Moscow) the Waffenamt was scheduled to begin installing the long-barreled 7.5cm KwK gun on its new Mark IV Ausf G tanks. In January 1943, a new Tiger tank was ordered by the Waffenamt, this time with a turret large enough to mount the fearsome 8.8cm L/71 gun. Besides improving its tank killing capabilities, the new Tiger was also intended to be more survivable on the battlefield.
   
 
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