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#EM36156 - French Char B-1 Heavy Tank - 3e DCR, May 1940 (1:72 Scale)

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French Char B-1 Heavy Tank - 3e DCR, May 1940
French Char B-1 Heavy Tank - 3e DCR, May 1940 (1:72 Scale)
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The Char B1 had its origins in the concept of a Char de Bataille conceived by General Jean-Baptiste Eugene Estienne in the twenties. On January 27th, 1926 it was decided to build three prototypes of a Char B, based on four earlier experimental vehicles (a FAMH-model, the FCM 21, the SRA and the SRB). Finished in 1930 these prototypes were again extensively altered to meet changes in specifications, outlining the concept of a Char de Manoeuvre.
Free French Char B-1 Flammpanzerwerfer Tank French Forces of the Interior, August 1944
Free French Char B-1 Flammpanzerwerfer Tank - French Forces of the Interior, August 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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The Char B1 had its origins in the concept of a Char de Bataille conceived by General Jean-Baptiste Eugene Estienne in the twenties. On January 27th, 1926 it was decided to build three prototypes of a Char B, based on four earlier experimental vehicles (a FAMH-model, the FCM 21, the SRA and the SRB). Finished in 1930 these prototypes were again extensively altered to meet changes in specifications, outlining the concept of a Char de Manoeuvre.
French Char B-1 Heavy Tank - 2nd Company, June 1940
French Char B-1 Heavy Tank - 2nd Company, June 1940 (1:72 Scale)
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The Char B1 had its origins in the concept of a Char de Bataille conceived by General Jean-Baptiste Eugene Estienne in the twenties. On January 27th, 1926 it was decided to build three prototypes of a Char B, based on four earlier experimental vehicles (a FAMH-model, the FCM 21, the SRA and the SRB). Finished in 1930 these prototypes were again extensively altered to meet changes in specifications, outlining the concept of a Char de Manoeuvre.
French Char B-1 Heavy Tank - 'Tunisie', 3rd Company, June 1940
French Char B-1 Heavy Tank - "Tunisie", 3rd Company, June 1940 (1:72 Scale)
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The Char B1 had its origins in the concept of a Char de Bataille conceived by General Jean-Baptiste Eugene Estienne in the twenties. On January 27th, 1926 it was decided to build three prototypes of a Char B, based on four earlier experimental vehicles (a FAMH-model, the FCM 21, the SRA and the SRB). Finished in 1930 these prototypes were again extensively altered to meet changes in specifications, outlining the concept of a Char de Manoeuvre.
French Char B-1 Heavy Tank - Flandres, Saumur Museum, France
French Char B-1 Heavy Tank - "Flandres", Saumur Museum, France (1:72 Scale)
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The Char B1 had its origins in the concept of a Char de Bataille conceived by General Jean-Baptiste Eugene Estienne in the twenties. On January 27th, 1926 it was decided to build three prototypes of a Char B, based on four earlier experimental vehicles (a FAMH-model, the FCM 21, the SRA and the SRB). Finished in 1930 these prototypes were again extensively altered to meet changes in specifications, outlining the concept of a Char de Manoeuvre.
   
 
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