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Gaso.Line Military Fortifications and Other Equipment

Gaso.Line Military Fortifications and Other Equipment


Gaso.Line has developed an extensive line of diecast and resin military vehicles that, in many instances, marries a chassis from the Solido/Verem line with specially designed resin parts produced by Gaso.Line. All of the vehicles you see here are produced in limited runs, sometimes numbering only a few dozen pieces, making them valuable additions to any military enthusiast's collection. These vehicles are built and imported directly from France, making them hard to come by in the North American marketplace.
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German BP42 Armored Train - Tank Carrier Wagen
German BP42 Armored Train - Tank Carrier Wagen (1:50 Scale)
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Armored trains were used by both sides on the Eastern Front during WWII. In fact their use began at the end of WWI and was further developed between the wars in the conflicts in Eastern Europe. Both the "Reds" and "Whites" factions fighting for control of Russia used armored trains in considerable numbers during the Russian Civil War, as did Poland at the beginning stages of WWII.
German Widerstandsnest - Concrete Gun Emplacement with 50mm KwK L/60 Anti-Tank Gun
German Widerstandsnest - Concrete Gun Emplacement with 50mm KwK L/60 Anti-Tank Gun (1:50 Scale)
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Set atop a small earthen mound, a German Widerstandsnest containing a 50mm KwK L/60 anti-tank cannon was a vital component of Hitler's "Atlantikwall" (Atlantic Wall). Oftentimes protected by concrete walls and set low into the ground to make them as invisible as possible to enemy fire, the 50mm cannon was capable of sinking a landing barge or stopping a tank from disembarking on the beach.
US 32-Ton Floating Treadway Bridge Used During the Crossing of the Rhine
US 32-Ton Floating Treadway Bridge Used During the Crossing of the Rhine (1:50 Scale)
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The Central Europe Campaign is the name given by the Allied Forces in World War II to the military operations conducted in central Europe from March 22nd to May 11th, 1945. It led to the surrender of Germany.
German BP42 Armored Train - BR 57 Tender
German BP42 Armored Train - BR 57 Tender (1:50 Scale)
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Armored trains were used by both sides on the Eastern Front during WWII. In fact their use began at the end of WWI and was further developed between the wars in the conflicts in Eastern Europe. Both the "Reds" and "Whites" factions fighting for control of Russia used armored trains in considerable numbers during the Russian Civil War, as did Poland at the beginning stages of WWII.
German V-1 Flying Buzz Bomb and Launching Ramp
German V-1 Flying Buzz Bomb and Launching Ramp (1:50 Scale)
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Known alternatively as the FZG 76 (Flakzielgerat: anti-aircraft aiming device 76) or Vergeltungswaffe Eins (Reprisal Weapon 1), or more simply as the V-1, the Fi 103 flying bomb had an airframe designed by Dipl-Ing Robert Liisser of Fieseler, and a Siemens guidance system.
German BP42 Armored Train - Assault Wagen
German BP42 Armored Train - Assault Wagen (1:50 Scale)
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Armored trains were used by both sides on the Eastern Front during WWII. In fact their use began at the end of WWI and was further developed between the wars in the conflicts in Eastern Europe. Both the "Reds" and "Whites" factions fighting for control of Russia used armored trains in considerable numbers during the Russian Civil War, as did Poland at the beginning stages of WWII.
German BP42 Armored Train - Commandement Wagen
German BP42 Armored Train - Commandement Wagen (1:50 Scale)
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Armored trains were used by both sides on the Eastern Front during WWII. In fact their use began at the end of WWI and was further developed between the wars in the conflicts in Eastern Europe. Both the "Reds" and "Whites" factions fighting for control of Russia used armored trains in considerable numbers during the Russian Civil War, as did Poland at the beginning stages of WWII.
Russian OB-3 Armored Train
Russian OB-3 Armored Train (1:50 Scale)
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Each OB-3 armored train consisted of one armored locomotive (usually OV or OK series steam locomotives with 30-50mm armour) with an AAMG turret, and 4 armored wagons. Armoured wagons had 30-80mm armour (often laminated or concrete-filled as described above) positioned at an angle of 30 degrees.
US Landing Craft Mechanized
US Landing Craft Mechanized (1:50 Scale)
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In the 1930s the U.S. Marine Corps and Navy, anticipating the need for amphibious assaults, experimented with small landing boats. Private firms were contracted to develop boats based on criteria outlined by the Navy.
US Landing Craft Vehicles and Personnel
US Landing Craft Vehicles and Personnel (1:50 Scale)
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Officially designated as a Landing Craft, Vehicles and Personnel (LCVP), this small craft was more commonly known by the name of its inventor, New Orleans businessman Andrew Jackson Higgins. A modification of Higgins' Eureka workboat, the LCVP was highly maneuverable and ideal for landing troops on beaches.
   
 
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