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DeAgostini Publishing USA was launched in January 2012. Based in a historic building in the heart of the Flatiron District in New York City, DeAgostini Publishing USA is proud to bring its successful publishing model to the United States for the first time.

With a combination of strong licenses, unique publishing concepts, exclusive value-added collectibles and innovative digital content, DeAgostini's publishing program is perfectly positioned to capture the imagination of the American public.

Each diecast vehicle features a rotating turret, elevating gun, static tracks and authentic markings, plus an etched display based with the vehicle's name stenciled in the Cyrillic alphabet.

#DATW12 - Soviet ISU-152 Self-Propelled Gun - "Liberate Kirovograd" (1:43 Scale)

-- Updated August 10th, 2022 --

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One of the nice things about our new site is that it now allows us to highlight some of the more noteworthy items being released by each manufacturer. In the case of DeAgostini, what follows is a list of some of the more intriguing products that are scheduled to come out shortly which we feel would be of interest to the savvy collector.

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Soviet Object 279 Kotin Heavy Tank Soviet Object 279 Kotin Heavy Tank (1:43 Scale)

The Object 279 Kotin was a Soviet experimental heavy tank developed at the end of 1959. The tank was developed at the Kirov Plant in Leningrad by a group headed by the engineer L. Troyanov.

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Soviet Kliment Vorishilov KV-1 Model 1941 Heavy Tank Soviet Kliment Vorishilov KV-1 Model 1941 Heavy Tank (1:43 Scale)

During 1938, the Soviet design bureau began working on a heavy tank intended to replace the T-35. All the designs were of the multi-turreted type except for one, which it's designers named after Kliment Voroshilov, the defense commissar then in power. Known as the KV-1, this design was far more mobile than the other submissions. It was eventually field tested in the Finnish Winter War of 1940 and was accepted for mass production that summer.

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Soviet T-64 Main Battle Tank Soviet T-64B Main Battle Tank (1:43 Scale)

The T-64 is a Soviet main battle tank introduced in the early 1960s. It was a more advanced counterpart to the T-62: the T-64 served tank divisions, while the T-62 supported infantry in motor rifle divisions. Although the T-62 and the famous T-72 would see much wider use and generally more development, it was the T-64 that formed the basis of more modern Soviet tank designs, such as the T-80.

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Soviet Kliment Voroshilov KV-2 Model 1941 Heavy Tank - For Stalin!, Russia, Autumn 1941 Soviet Kliment Voroshilov KV-2 Model 1941 Heavy Tank (1:43 Scale)

Design on the KV-1 heavy tank began in 1938, with the intention that it should be the successor to the T-35 heavy tank. The first models of the KV-1 were field-tested during the Red Army's disastrous 1940 campaign in Finland.

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Soviet IS-2 Model 1943 Stalin Heavy Tank Soviet IS-2 Model 1943 Stalin Heavy Tank (1:43 Scale)

The Iosif Vissarionovich tank (or IS tank, also known as the Joseph Stalin tank), was a heavy tank developed by the Soviet Union during World War II and first used in the Kursk area in September 1943. The tanks in the series are also sometimes called JS or ИС tanks.

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Soviet IS-2 Stalin Heavy Tank - "Forward to Berlin" Soviet IS-2 Stalin Heavy Tank - "Forward to Berlin" (1:43 Scale)

The Iosif Vissarionovich tank (or IS tank, also known as the Joseph Stalin tank), was a heavy tank developed by the Soviet Union during World War II and first used in the Kursk area in September 1943. The tanks in the series are also sometimes called JS or ИС tanks.

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Soviet ISU-152 Self-Propelled Gun - "Liberate Kirovograd" Soviet ISU-152 Self-Propelled Gun - "Liberate Kirovograd" (1:43 Scale)

The ISU-152 was the first of the Soviet heavy self-propelled artillery carriages of World War II, entering service in 1943, just in time to take part in the Battle of Kursk in July. It was intended for a dual role as an antitank weapon and heavy assault gun.

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Soviet T-34/85 Model 1944 Medium Tank - 95th Guards Tank Brigade, 9th Tank Corps, Berlin, 1945 [Bonus Model V-2 Diesel-Fueled 12-Cylinder Engine] Soviet T-34/76 Medium Tank - 1942 (1:43 Scale)

The first generation T-34 medium tank made its debut in combat during the summer of 1941, when the Wehrmacht launched its invasion of the Soviet Union. The T-34 easily outclassed the German PzKpfw III and IV models, thanks to its hard-hitting 76.2mm main gun, thick frontal armor, wide tracks, and overall superior mobility.

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Soviet Su-122 Assault Gun  - Winter 1943 Soviet Su-122 Assault Gun - Winter 1943 (1:43 Scale)

The Su-122 was an assault gun which used the hull of the T-34 tank and was the result of an April 1942 specification for assault guns aimed with guns of 122mm caliber or higher. The Su-122 was designed by the Uralsky Machine Building factory (UZTM). The first production SU-122s were built at the end of 1942, with a total of 25 vehicles being built.

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Soviet Su-122 Assault Gun  - "Glory to Our Tankers!," Summer 1943 Soviet Su-122 Assault Gun - "Glory to Our Tankers!," Summer 1943 (1:43 Scale)

The Su-122 was an assault gun which used the hull of the T-34 tank and was the result of an April 1942 specification for assault guns aimed with guns of 122mm caliber or higher. The Su-122 was designed by the Uralsky Machine Building factory (UZTM). The first production SU-122s were built at the end of 1942, with a total of 25 vehicles being built.

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French Char B1bis Heavy Tank - Battle of France, Spring 1940 French Char B1bis Heavy Tank - Battle of France, Spring 1940 (1:43 Scale)

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).

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British Valentine Mk. III Infantry Tank - "Harry I", 8th Royal Tank Regiment, 7th Armoured Brigade, Libya, November 1941 British Valentine Mk. III Infantry Tank - "Harry I," 8th Royal Tank Regiment, Libya, 1941 (1:43 Scale)

In 1941, the British were searching for a suitable armored vehicle to mount the standard British 25-pounder gun. The Canadians were producing the Ram tank, soon to be replaced by American M3s, and these were altered to accommodate the 25-pounder, becoming known as the Sexton.

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British Churchill Mk. VII Infantry Tank - "Briton," 107th Regiment Royal Armoured Corps (King's Own), 34th Tank Brigade, 1945 British Churchill Mk. VII Infantry Tank - "Briton," 107th Regiment Royal Armoured Corps (King's Own), 34th Tank Brigade, 1945 (1:43 Scale)

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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Czechoslovak Cromwell Mk. VIII Tank - 1st Czechoslovak Independent Armoured Brigade, Dunkirk, December 1944 Czechoslovak Cromwell Mk. VIII Tank - 1st Czechoslovak Independent Armoured Brigade, Dunkirk, December 1944 (1:43 Scale)

The Cromwell tank was used by the British Army during the later stages of World War II. The Cromwell was ordered in 1941 and intended to replace the lightweight Crusader "cruiser" tank by being more heavily armoured, and, it was hoped, more survivable in battle.

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US M4A3 Sherman Medium Tank - Creighton Abrams "Thunderbolt IV", 37th Tank Battalion, 4th Armored Division, Bastogne, Belgium, December 1944 US M4A3 Sherman Medium Tank - Creighton Abrams' "Thunderbolt IV", 37th Tank Battalion, 4th Armored Division, Bastogne, Belgium, December 1944 (1:43 Scale)

By all accounts, the M4 Sherman medium tank was regarded as the workhorse of the US Army during World War II. In fact, virtually all of the Allied armies employed the Sherman in their armed forces, including the British, who developed an upgunned variant called the "Firefly".

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Russian M3 Lee Medium Tank - Eastern Front,  1944 Russian M3 Lee Medium Tank - Eastern Front, 1944 (1:43 Scale)

Designed as a stopgap measure until the M4 Sherman tank could come on line, the M3 General Grant medium tank saw action in the North African campaign with both US and British forces battling the Afrika Korps. The M3 tank was unusual because it mounted two large caliber weapons in the body of the vehicle.

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Soviet ISU-152 Self-Propelled Gun - 374th Guards Heavy Artillery Regiment, 4th Soviet Tank Army, 1943 Soviet ISU-152 Self-Propelled Gun - 374th Guards Heavy Artillery Regiment, 4th Soviet Tank Army, 1943 (1:43 Scale)

The ISU-152 was the first of the Soviet heavy self-propelled artillery carriages of World War II, entering service in 1943, just in time to take part in the Battle of Kursk in July. It was intended for a dual role as an antitank weapon and heavy assault gun.

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French Char FCM 2C Alsace Multi-Turreted Super Heavy Tank - "Alsace", 51e Bataillon de Chars de Combat, France, 1939 French Char FCM 2C Alsace Multi-Turreted Super Heavy Tank - "Alsace", 51e Bataillon de Chars de Combat, France, 1939 (1:43 Scale)

The Char 2C, also known as the FCM 2C, is a French heavy tank, later also seen as a super-heavy tank, developed during World War I but not deployed until after the war. It was, in physical dimensions, the largest operational tank ever made.

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