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Dragon Armor Churchill Mk. III Specialized Tanks

Dragon Armor Churchill Mk. III Specialized Tanks

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#DRR60669 - British Churchill Mk. III Infantry Tank with Deep Wading Devices - 14th Canadian Army Tank Regiment (Calgary Regiment), Operation Jubilee, Dieppe, 1942 (1:72 Scale)

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British Churchill Mk. III Infantry Tank with Extended Exhaust Pipes - "Beefy", 14th Canadian Army Tank Regiment (Calgary Regiment), Operation Jubilee, Dieppe, 1942
British Churchill Mk. III Infantry Tank with Extended Exhaust Pipes - "Beefy", 14th Canadian Army Tank Regiment (Calgary Regiment), Operation Jubilee, Dieppe, 1942 (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.
British Churchill Mk. III Infantry Tank with Deep Wading Devices - "Betty", 14th Canadian Army Tank Regiment (Calgary Regiment), Operation Jubilee, Dieppe, 1942
British Churchill Mk. III Infantry Tank with Deep Wading Devices - "Betty", 14th Canadian Army Tank Regiment (Calgary Regiment), Operation Jubilee, Dieppe, 1942 (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.
   
 
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