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#DRF70091 - Soviet Infantry Officer (Junior Lieutenant), 193rd Rifle Division, Byelorussia, 1944 - "Pavel Nikolaievich Chernov" (1:6 Scale)

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Red Army Scout, Austria, Spring 1945 - Vladimir Soviet NKVD Officer Internal Security Berlin 1945 (Captain) - Alexei Petrovich Komarov Red Army DPM Gunner (Corporal), 2nd Guards Infantry Division, Sevastopol, May 1944 - Sergei Ivanovich Kozlov
Red Army Scout, Austria, Spring 1945 - "Vladimir" (1:6 Scale)
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Soviet NKVD Officer Internal Security, Berlin, 1945 (Captain) - "Alexei Petrovich Komarov" (1:6 Scale)
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Red Army DPM Gunner (Corporal), 2nd Guards Infantry Division, Sevastopol, May 1944 - "Sergei Ivanovich Kozlov" (1:6 Scale)
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Red Army Scout "Vladimir" represents the vanguard WWII Soviet infantryman on the verge of victory. With the Eastern Front crumbling and the capture of Vienna in March 1945, very little separated the Red Army from bulling its way to the heart of Berlin. In the first part of World War II, the Red Army fielded weaponry of mixed quality. It had excellent artillery, but it did not have enough trucks to maneuver and supply it; as a result the Wehrmacht (which rated it highly) captured much of it. In the first part of World War II, the Red Army fielded weaponry of mixed quality. It had excellent artillery, but it did not have enough trucks to maneuver and supply it; as a result the Wehrmacht (which rated it highly) captured much of it.
Red Army Infantry w/ Wading Gear, 65th Army, Dnieper, 1943 - Nikita Petrovich Savin Red Army Tank Crewman, 159th Soviet Tank Brigade, Upper Don, 1942 Oleg Grigorievich Titov Soviet Naval Infantryman, Red Banner Baltic Fleet, 1944 - Fyodor Nikitin
Red Army Infantry w/ Wading Gear, 65th Army, Dnieper, 1943 - "Nikita Petrovich Savin" (1:6 Scale)
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Red Army Tank Crewman, 159th Soviet Tank Brigade, Upper Don, 1942 "Oleg Grigorievich Titov" (1:6 Scale)
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Soviet Naval Infantryman, Red Banner Baltic Fleet, 1944 - "Fyodor Nikitin" (1:6 Scale)
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In the first part of World War II, the Red Army fielded weaponry of mixed quality. It had excellent artillery, but it did not have enough trucks to maneuver and supply it; as a result the Wehrmacht (which rated it highly) captured much of it. In the first part of World War II, the Red Army fielded weaponry of mixed quality. It had excellent artillery, but it did not have enough trucks to maneuver and supply it; as a result the Wehrmacht (which rated it highly) captured much of it. In the first part of World War II, the Red Army fielded weaponry of mixed quality. It had excellent artillery, but it did not have enough trucks to maneuver and supply it; as a result the Wehrmacht (which rated it highly) captured much of it.
Soviet Naval Infantry Medical Aid Man (Sanitarniy), Black Sea Fleet, Sevastopol, 1942 - Lev Vassilievich Pavlov Soviet Infantry Officer (Junior Lieutenant), 193rd Rifle Division, Byelorussia, 1944 - Pavel Nikolaievich Chernov Soviet Armoured Crewman w/DT Machine gun (Private), 133 Red Army Tank Brigade, Stalingrad, 1942 - Volodya Antonovich Bukayev
Soviet Naval Infantry Medical Aid Man (Sanitarniy), Black Sea Fleet, Sevastopol, 1942 - "Lev Vassilievich Pavlov" (1:6 Scale)
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Soviet Infantry Officer (Junior Lieutenant), 193rd Rifle Division, Byelorussia, 1944 - "Pavel Nikolaievich Chernov" (1:6 Scale)
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Soviet Armoured Crewman w/DT Machine gun (Private), 133 Red Army Tank Brigade, Stalingrad, 1942 - "Volodya Antonovich Bukayev" (1:6 Scale)
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In the first part of World War II, the Red Army fielded weaponry of mixed quality. It had excellent artillery, but it did not have enough trucks to maneuver and supply it; as a result the Wehrmacht (which rated it highly) captured much of it. In the first part of World War II, the Red Army fielded weaponry of mixed quality. It had excellent artillery, but it did not have enough trucks to maneuver and supply it; as a result the Wehrmacht (which rated it highly) captured much of it. In the first part of World War II, the Red Army fielded weaponry of mixed quality. It had excellent artillery, but it did not have enough trucks to maneuver and supply it; as a result the Wehrmacht (which rated it highly) captured much of it.
Soviet Infantry Scout with Dog, Operation Bagration, Belarus, 1944 - Vadim Antonovich Popov Dragon Expo 2005 Exclusive #6: Soviet Anti-Tank Rifle NCO, Dniepr, 1943 - Ilya Romanovich Mironov
Soviet Infantry Scout with Dog, Operation Bagration, Belarus, 1944 - "Vadim Antonovich Popov" (1:6 Scale)
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Dragon Expo 2005 Exclusive #6: Soviet Anti-Tank Rifle NCO, Dniepr, 1943 - "Ilya Romanovich Mironov" (1:6 Scale)
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In the first part of World War II, the Red Army fielded weaponry of mixed quality. It had excellent artillery, but it did not have enough trucks to maneuver and supply it; as a result the Wehrmacht (which rated it highly) captured much of it. Dragon Hobby Expo Exclusive #6: Soviet Anti-Tank Rifle NCO, form the Red Army Rifles Division, which saw action at the River Dniepr during the winter of 1943 - "Ilya Romanovich Mironov."
   
 
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