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Dragon Combat Dioramas

Dragon Combat Dioramas

This line features static pre-assembled, pre-painted models made of both diecast and plastic set within a realistic vignette. Each item is fully detailed and historically accurate.

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German PzKpfw VIII Super Heavy Tank Maus with Testbed at Boblingen - Ready to Test
German PzKpfw VIII Super Heavy Tank Maus with Testbed at Boblingen - 'Ready to Test' (1:72 Scale)
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In June 1942, Porsche of Stuttgart was ordered by Hitler to start designing a super heavy tank, mounting a 12.8cm gun, and having maximum possible armor. Trials were to commence in May 1943, however, many difficulties arose. For example, the air-cooled motor never materialized, and the V1 vehicle had to be fitted with a modified MB509 aircraft engine, the V2 with a MB517 diesel.
German 60cm Heavy Mortar w/Railway Transporter and Embankment - Summer Camouflage
German 60cm Heavy Mortar w/Railway Transporter and Embankment - Summer Camouflage (1:144 Scale)
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In June 1937, the Waffenamt ordered a self-propelled version of the 60cm siege mortar to be built. General Karl Becker of the Artillery was heavily involved in its development, hence the sobriquet "Karl" used to describe it. The driving trials were held at Unterlass in May 1940, and delivery of six production vehicles occurred between November 1940 and August 1941.
German 60cm Heavy Mortar w/Railway Transporter and Embankment - Grey
German 60cm Heavy Mortar w/Railway Transporter and Embankment - Grey (1:144 Scale)
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In June 1937, the Waffenamt ordered a self-propelled version of the 60cm siege mortar to be built. General Karl Becker of the Artillery was heavily involved in its development, hence the sobriquet "Karl" used to describe it. The driving trials were held at Unterlass in May 1940, and delivery of six production vehicles occurred between November 1940 and August 1941.
German 60cm Heavy Mortar w/Ammunition Carrier, Grassland Diorama, Shell, 2cm Flak Gun and Six Figures - Grey
German 60cm Heavy Mortar w/Ammunition Carrier, Grassland Diorama, Shell, 2cm Flak Gun and Six Figures - Grey (1:144 Scale)
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In June 1937, the Waffenamt ordered a self-propelled version of the 60cm siege mortar to be built. General Karl Becker of the Artillery was heavily involved in its development, hence the sobriquet "Karl" used to describe it. The driving trials were held at Unterlass in May 1940, and delivery of six production vehicles occurred between November 1940 and August 1941.
German 60cm Heavy Mortar w/Ammunition Carrier, Grassland Diorama, Shell, 2cm Flak Gun and Six Figures - Summer Camouflage
German 60cm Heavy Mortar w/Ammunition Carrier, Grassland Diorama, Shell, 2cm Flak Gun and Six Figures - Summer Camouflage (1:144 Scale)
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In June 1937, the Waffenamt ordered a self-propelled version of the 60cm siege mortar to be built. General Karl Becker of the Artillery was heavily involved in its development, hence the sobriquet "Karl" used to describe it. The driving trials were held at Unterlüss in May 1940, and delivery of six production vehicles occurred between November 1940 and August 1941.
German Sd. Kfz. 164 Elefant Tank Destroyer w/Red Army Anti-Tank Rifleman - David and Goliath
'David and Goliath' German Sd. Kfz. 164 Elefant Tank Destroyer w/Red Army Anti-Tank Rifleman (1:72 Scale)
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The Elefant (Elephant) stemmed from the Porsche design for the PzKpfw VI Tiger. Henschel was awarded the contract for the new tank, but it was decided to use the Porsche design as a tank destroyer. Hitler demanded that the new vehicle be ready for the 1943 offensive on the Russian front, so development was rather hurried.
Ready for the Front German Sd. Kfz. 184 Elefant Tank Destroyer Diorama
'Ready for the Front' German Sd. Kfz. 184 Elefant Tank Destroyer Diorama (1:72 Scale)
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The Elefant (Elephant) stemmed from the Porsche design for the PzKpfw VI Tiger. Henschel was awarded the contract for the new tank, but it was decided to use the Porsche design as a tank destroyer. Hitler demanded that the new vehicle be ready for the 1943 offensive on the Russian front, so development was rather hurried.
Ready for Battle German RW61 Sturmmorser Assault Mortar Diorama
'Ready for Battle' German RW61 Sturmmorser Assault Mortar Diorama (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.
German Sd. Kfz. 184 Ferdinand Heavy Tank Destroyer with Zimmerit and Buildings Diorama - schwere Panzerjager Abteilung 653, Kursk, 1943
German Sd. Kfz. 184 Ferdinand Heavy Tank Destroyer with Zimmerit and Buildings Diorama - schwere Panzerjager Abteilung 653, Kursk, 1943 (1:72 Scale)
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During the development of the Tiger(P) and Tiger(H), Hitler had agitated for a turret design which would be large enough to mount the 8.8cm KwK L/71 gun. This had not materialized and on September 22nd, 1942, it was decided that the StuG with 200mm frontal armor and the long 8.8cm gun should be immediately designed, with the Tiger(P) as the basis, and part of the Tiger(P) production diverted for the vehicle.
German RW61 Sturmtiger Rocket Assault Mortar and Buildings Diorama - Sturmmorser Kompanie 1001, Germany, 1945
German RW61 Sturmtiger Rocket Assault Mortar and Buildings Diorama - Sturmmorser Kompanie 1001, Germany, 1945 (1:72 Scale)
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On August 5th, 1943, a self-propelled vehicle was proposed by senior Army officials based on the Tiger I chassis but mounting a 38cm mortar. Alkett was placed in charge of the design. The Company managed to complete a prototype by October 20th, which was run through a series of field tests for approval.
   
 
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