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Cyber Hobby Stug.III Ausf.C/D
w/7,5cm L48 1:35

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Panzergrenadiers,Wiking Division 1945

Operation Barbarossa, the German invasion of Russia, was the world’s largest ever military operation both in terms of its scale and the price paid in casualties. On June 22, 1941, more than 4.5 million German and Axis troops attacked Russia along a 2,900km front. As well as these soldiers, the enormous military undertaking involved 600,000 vehicles and 750,000 horses. Barbarossa continued into the winter of December 1941, by which time the attack had faltered at the very gates of Moscow. Russia committed 3.2 million soldiers against the initial assault, and later fed in 5 million further soldiers. One of the armored fighting vehicles that Germany made good use of at that time was the Sturmgeschu"tz III assault gun. Based on the chassis of the Panzer III tank, this successful vehicle eventually became Germany’s most-produced AFV. One of the StuG.III variants employed during Operation Barbarossa was the Ausf.B, which mounted a short-barreled 7.5cm gun. A total of 300 StuG.III Ausf.B vehicles were built as close-support vehicles for the infantry

Cyber-Hobby announces another fantastic Orange Box combo featuring WWII German items from its popular 1/35 scale series. The set features a Jagdpanzer IV L/48 tank destroyer along with a suitable set of infantrymen. The first prototype of the Jagdpanzer IV was presented to the German Fuhrer in October 1943, with production eventually commencing the following January. Based on the chassis, running gear and drive train of the Panzer IV, this specialist tank hunter was low-slung and had well-sloped armor. Earlier models mounted a 7.5cm PaK39 L/48 gun. Dragon’s Jagdpanzer IV L/48 disappeared from retailers’ shelves a long time ago, so this release should be most welcome. The kit has been enhanced with DS Tracks, and decal markings are available for vehicles fighting on both the Western and Eastern Fronts.

The accompanying figure set represents Kampfgruppe von Luck. Oberst Hans von Luck of the 21st Panzer Division was involved in resisting the invasion of Normandy in June 1944. On 9 June, his command was designated Kampfgruppe von Luck and its first co

Cyber-Hobby announces another fantastic Orange Box combo featuring WWII German items from its popular 1/35 scale series. The set features a Jagdpanzer IV L/48 tank destroyer along with a suitable set of infantrymen. The first prototype of the Jagdpanzer IV was presented to the German Fuhrer in October 1943, with production eventually commencing the following January. Based on the chassis, running gear and drive train of the Panzer IV, this specialist tank hunter was low-slung and had well-sloped armor. Earlier models mounted a 7.5cm PaK39 L/48 gun. Dragon’s Jagdpanzer IV L/48 disappeared from retailers’ shelves a long time ago, so this release should be most welcome. The kit has been enhanced with DS Tracks, and decal markings

Cyber-Hobby announces another fantastic Orange Box combo featuring WWII German items from its popular 1/35 scale series. The set features a Jagdpanzer IV L/48 tank destroyer along with a suitable set of infantrymen. The first prototype of the Jagdpanzer IV was presented to the German Fuhrer in October 1943, with production eventually commencing the following January. Based on the chassis, running gear and drive train of the Panzer IV, this specialist tank hunter was low-slung and had well-sloped armor. Earlier models mounted a 7.5cm PaK39 L/48 gun. Dragon’s Jagdpanzer IV L/48 disappeared from retailers’ shelves a long time ago, so this release should be most welcome. The kit has been enhanced with DS Tracks, and decal markings are available for vehicles fighting on both the Western and Eastern Fronts.

The accompanying figure set represents Kampfgruppe von Luck. Oberst Hans von Luck of the 21st Panzer Division was involved in resisting the invasion of Normandy in June 1944. On 9 June, his command was designated Kampfgruppe von Luck and its first combat was against British paratroopers. His task force succeeded in stopping British and Canadian troops from advancing further inla

are available for vehicles fighting on both the Western and Eastern Fronts.

The accompanying figure set represents Kampfgruppe von Luck. Oberst Hans von Luck of the 21st Panzer Division was involved in resisting the invasion of Normandy in June 1944. On 9 June, his command was designated Kampfgruppe von Luck and its first combat was against British paratroopers. His task force succeeded in stopping British and Canadian troops from advancing further inland until the Allies launched Operations Epsom and later Goodwood. His unit was instrumental in stopping the British 11th Armoured Division, before it was eventually consumed in the Falaise Pocket. The Jagdpanzer IV saw action with Kampfgruppe von Luck in the Normandy fighting, and so these four soldiers The accompanying figure set represents Kampfgruppe von Luck. Oberst Hans von Luck of the 21st Panzer Division was involved in resisting the invasion of Normandy in June 1944. On 9 June, his command was designated Kampfgruppe von Luck and its first combat was against British paratroopers. His task force succeeded in stopping British and Canadian troops from advancing further inland until the Allies launched Operations Epsom and later Goodwood. His unit was instrumental in stopping the British 11th Armoured Division, before it was eventually consumed in the Falaise Pocket. The Jagdpanzer IV saw action with Kampfgruppe von Luck in the Normandy fighting, and so these four soldiers are a perfect accompanimentare a perfect accompaniment

mbat was against British paratroopers. His task force succeeded in stopping British and Canadian troops from advancing further inland until the Allies launched Operations Epsom and later Goodwood. His unit was instrumental in stopping the British 11th Armoured Division, before it was eventually consumed in the Falaise Pocket. The Jagdpanzer IV saw action with Kampfgruppe von Luck in the Normandy fighting, and so these four soldiers are a perfect accompaniment

 

 








 

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