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1:35 US Mar.MBT M60A1 w/Reacti. Armor(3)

U.S.Marine M60A1
€39.99
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1:35 US Marine AAVP 7A1 w/ UGWS Turret

Article number: 300035159 Product: 1/35 US Marine AAVP 7A1 w/ UGWS Turret This is a re-issue of the 1/35 scale model kit of the AAVP7A1 amphibious troop transport. First introduced in 1972 under the name of LVTP-7, this venerable vehicle has seen a number of upgrades and refits, and is still deployed by the U.S. Marine Corps today. It has seen action in a number of conflicts including the 1983 invasion of Grenada, the Gulf War and 2003 invasion of Iraq. Newer variants were fitted with the Up-Gunned Weapon Station (UGWS), a turret mounted with an MK19 40mm grenade launcher and M2 heavy barrel .50 caliber machine gun. Amphibious operations (the landing of personnel, equipment and supplies from ships onto a hostile shore) are considered by military tacticians to be the most complex and difficult of all military operations. The U.S. Marine Corps is the military organization in America charged with this responsibility. Formerly known as the LVTP7A1, the FMC manufactured AAVP7A1 now has the role of an Assault Amphibious Vehicle, Personnel, to counter any hostile threat during landing operations. This versatile vehicle can navigate in the ocean waves 3 meters high while carrying 25 fully equipped Marines and can even withstand total immersion without sinking. It is a very large tracked vehicle, being almost the same length as the U.S. M1A1 Abrams main battle tank. The latest version is equipped with a newly designed turret known as the "Upgunned Weapons station", which is manufactured by the Cadillac Gage firm, in America. The turret is a one man armament station mounting the MK 19 Model-3 40mm (grenade) machine gun and a coaxially mounted M2 heavy barrel .50 caliber machine gun. The primary mode of operation for the armament station is manual. However, in azimuth the system incorporates a Power Assist Travers (PAT) mechanism. The PAT enables the gunner to quick slew under power at a minimum rate of 45 deg./sec., and then manually fine lay his weapons on the target. This highly formidable weapon station replaces t
€40.49
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1:35 US MBT M1A1 Abrams (2)

U.S.M1A1 Abrams
€40.49
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1:35 US MBT M1A1 Abrams w/Mine Plow(2)

M1A1 Abrams w/Mine Plow
€47.99
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1:35 US MBT M1A2 Abrams Iraqi Freedom(2)

Article number: 300035269 Product: 1/35 US MBT M1A2 Abrams Iraqi Freedom(2) U.S. M1A2 Abrams 120mm Gun Main Battle Tank The M1 Abrams, the worlds' strongest tank, has undergone step-by-step modification since its commission by the US military in 1980. The M1A2 evolved from the M1A1HA, and features Intervehicular Information System (IVIS) and Commander's Independent Thermal Viewer (CITV). Kit features A2 turret comes with CITV and new style vision block. About the M1A2 Abrams The M1 Abrams, officially commissioned by the US military in 1980, was designed totally different from previous post-WWII US military tanks. Although fitted with the same 105mm cannon as the M60, the M1 was powered by a gas turbine engine and was fitted with spaced armor. Planned to be commissioned by the US military over a long period, the M1 was designed with future reforms in mind. In 1984, the M1A1 was developed with a 120mm smooth bore cannon, and a further variant the M1A1HA was later developed featuring depleted uranium armor. This then led to the M1A2, which was fitted with Intervehicular Information System (IVIS), Commander's Independent Thermal Viewer (CITV) turret and new style vision block. The M1A1HA and the M1A2 both played significant roles in Operation Iraqi Freedom, being deployed by land forces as well as the Marine Corps as they moved toward Baghdad. M1A2 Abrams OIF
€52.99
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1:35 US Med.MBT M48A3 Patton (2)

U.S. M48A3 Patton
€24.99
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1:35 US Navy PBR 31 MK.II Pibber Vietnam

PBR31MkII PIBBER
€45.99
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1:35 USA Modern Infantry (Iraq)

Article number: 300032406 Product: 1:35 USA Modern Infantry (Iraq) This model figure assembly kit set comes in 1/35 scale. The soldiers depicted are from the U.S. Infantry as deployed in the Iraq War.
€26.49
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1:35 WWI Brit. Tank Mk. IV Male (mot.)

Article number: 300030057 Product: 1/35 WWI Brit. Tank Mk. IV Male (mot.) Tamiya is delighted to announce its maiden foray into the world of WWI models, in the year which marks the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of hostilities in what was then known as the Great War. The tanks which appeared in the conflict were the first ever seen on the battlefield, and were the forerunners of a whole line of military vehicles which is still being developed further today. The Mk.IV tank was a successor to the Mk.I, which was drawn up by British designers in attempt to break the stalemate of trench warfare experienced on the Western Front; the rhombus-shaped hull was designed to aid in crossing the extensive network of trenches. The Mk.I, first thrown into live action in September 1916 during the Battle of the Somme, had "male" (fitted with 57mm, 6-pound guns) and "female" (fitted only with machine guns) versions. Around 1,000 Mk.IV tanks were manufactured after 1917, and they inherited their shape and male/female weaponry and classifications from the Mk.I, but with significantly upgraded armor. Around 400 were used en masse in the November 1917 Battle of Cambrai to great effect, and with the world cottoning on to the new vehicle’s potential the maiden tank vs. tank battle was not far behind: in 1918, the Mk.IV faced off against its German counterpart the AV7.
€84.99
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1:35 WWI British Infantry Fig.-Set (5)

Article number: 300035339 Product: 1:35 WWI British Infantrie Fig.-Set (5) This newly-designed and molded set of accurate WWI British infantry figures has been released to coincide with the release of Tamiya's first WWI tank model, Item 30057 British Tank Mk.IV (w/single motor). Why not use the figures and tank model together to create a thrilling diorama of a scene from the First World War? About the Set • This is a 1/35 scale plastic figure assembly kit. • The set includes parts to make 5 realistic figures in a variety of action poses. • A commander is depicted with Webley revolver, whilst 3 gunners are recreated in various firing postures. A machine gunner figure is depicted firing whilst laying on the ground. • The set also comes with a wide range of scale accessories to further liven up your diorama. They include Lee-Enfield weapons, a Lewis light machine gun, helmets, gas mask cases, water canisters, trench-digging tools and more. • The set offers a choice of 2 versions of Lee-Enfield rifles and helmets to depict typical trench and non-trench warfare outfits.
€17.49
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1:35 WWII Brit. Univer. Carrier Mk.II(5)

Bri.Uni.Carrier Mk.?
€20.49
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1:35 WWII Brit.25pdr Field gun w/Veh.(1)

Br. 25 PDR. Gun & Quad Tracto
€25.99
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1:35 WWII Brit.Tank Churchill Mk.VII (6)

British Churchill VII
€37.99
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1:35 WWII Brit.Univers.Carr. Mk.II (3)

Universal Carrier Forced Recon
€22.99
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1:35 WWII Diorama-Set Ger.Weapo.Inf.(24)

Ger.Infantry Weapons
€4.99
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1:35 WWII Dt. Flak-Pz IV Wirbelwind (4)

Ger. Flakpanzer ? Wirbelwind
€38.49
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1:35 WWII Dt. Kingtiger Ardennen Fro.(3)

King Tiger (Ardennes Front)
€57.99
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1:35 WWII Dt. Panzerjäger Nashorn (4)

Article number: 300035335 Product: 1:35 WWII Dt. Panzerjäger Nashorn (4) This is a highly detailed model of the WWII German tank destroyer Nashorn. The full size vehicle featured an 8.8cm gun also known as a PAK 43 and it was fitted to the upper surface of a light turret less chassis. Even though the vehicle was lightly armored, the PAK43 weapon was capable of penetrating 190mm of armor at 1,000 meters. The Nashorn saw action with German heavy antitank battalions fighting Soviet and Allied forces during much of the conflict. Due to its relatively low cost and superior mobility compared to heavier tanks it remained in production until the end of the WWII war. Decals included. Features: • The model accurately recreates the powerful form of the Nashorn, thanks to detailed research performed using an actual example of the vehicle in a museum in Russia. • Features faithful reproductions of the 71-caliber 8.8cm gun and complex fighting compartment. • Metal parts are used to ensure that the gun has authentic movement and weight. • Comes with 3 marking options, including winter and Eastern front versions. • 4 included figures depict driver and 3 crew members in a variety of realistic poses.
€64.99
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1:35 WWII Dt. PzKpfw. III Ausf.L (1)

German Pz. Kpfw. III Ausf. L
€41.49
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1:35 WWII Fig-Set French Infantry (6)

Article number: 300035288 Product: 1:35 WWII Fig-Set French Infantry (6) About the Model •Highly-detailed 1/35 scale assembly kit set of six French infantry figures plus accessories. •Comes with 4 riflemen figures, 1 machine gunner figure, and 1 commander figure, all in realistic combat poses. •French army uniforms, helmets, equipment, and weapons have been painstakingly researched for the utmost accuracy. •In addition to the figure parts, set includes 2 sprues of the following weapons and accessories: •MAS-36 Rifle x2 •MLE 24/29 Light Machine Gun x1 •Helmet x3 •Machine Gun Bipod (Deployed) x1 •Gas Mask Bag x3 •Machine Gun Bipod (Retracted) x1 •Canteen x3 •Ammunition Pouch x4 •Holster x1 •Binocular Case x1 •Kepi x1 •Map Case x1 French Infantry Set
€19.99
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1:35 WWII Fig-Set G. Sol.Field Brief.(5)

Ger. Soldiers Field Briefing
€13.19
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1:35 WWII Fig-Set Ger. Fi.Commander (5)

1/35 German Field Commande
€19.49
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1:35 WWII Fig-Set Ger.Front-Line Sold(5)

Ger. Front-Line Infantryman
€11.49
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1:35 WWII Fig-Set Ger.Infant. French (5)

Article number: 300035293 Product: 1:35 Fig-Set Ger. Infant. French (5) During WWII, the German combat uniform included a distinctively-shaped helmet which had a stretched neckline for added protection. The M36 combat uniform was an overall field gray color with a dark green collar, and featured four front pockets. The German soldiers also wore long black boots along with this basic uniform. At parades, the German soldiers would lift their legs high without bending their knees and perform the intensively impressive "Goose Step March." About the Model •Set includes 5 figures to depict German infantry in early-WWII. •A soldier carrying an MP40 in both hands (can also be modeled to hold a rifle). •A soldier in kneeling position preparing to fire his rifle. (can also be modeled to be holding binoculars). •A marching soldier carrying his rifle on his shoulder (can also be modeled to be holding an MP40). •A soldier in prone position with his MG34 machine gun (Accessories that correspond with the MG42 are also included). •The ammo bearer who is feeding the ammunition from the ammunition case. •All five soldier figures come with new helmets (2 of which come with camouflage belts). •Also included are two mounting plates for the figures and a wide array of accessories to enable a variety of poses and Equipment.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€18.49
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1:35 WWII Fig-Set Ger.Infant. Winter (5)

Ger. Assault Infantry (Winter)
€14.29
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1:35 WWII Fig-Set Ger.Tank Crew Rest(6)

Ger.Tank Crew at Rest
€10.39
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1:35 WWII Fig-Set Sov.Infan.Assault (12)

Russian Army Assault Infantry
€17.99
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1:35 WWII Fig-Set Sov.Tank Crew Rest(6)

Russian Army Tank Crew at Rest
€10.39
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1:35 WWII Fig-Set US Infantry Assault(6)

U.S. Army Assault Infantry
€11.19
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1:35 WWII Fig.-Set Ger.Africa Corps Inf.

Article number: 300035314 Product: 1/35 WWII Fig.-Set German Africa Corps Infantry The Elite in North African Desert This set contains 5 figures depicting infantrymen from Field Marshal Rommel's vaunted Africa Coprs, including an officer, an NCO, a rifleman in firing position, a machine gunner, and a loader. Each can be assembled in a realistic pose and all feature superb details such as open-collared jackets, goggles, and long canvas boots. Further enhance the models' realism with Item 12641 1/35 WWII German Military Insignia Decal Set (Africa Corps/Waffen SS). About the Uniform   The Africa Corps uniform was basically the same as the one for Europe, but featured open collars and a specific armband on the right sleeve. The Olive Green cotton shirt and trousers faded into various shades in the desert sun. Leather was not suited for the dry conditions, so canvas belts and boots were worn. This uniform was easy to produce and influenced the design of European Theater uniforms from mid-WWII onwards.
€19.99
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1:35 WWII Fig.-Set Ger.Mortar-Troop (4)

Ger. Infantry Mortar Team
€9.29
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1:35 WWII Fig.-Set Ger.Soldie.at Rest(4)

Article number: 300035129 Product: 1/35 WWII Fig.-Set Ger.Soldie.at Rest(4) This figure model soldier kit recreates a team of four German WWII soldiers taking a rest from the rigors of combat. The accuracy and versatility of these full body figures make them a superb addition to a range of dioramas, or a great partner to one of the many Tamiya WWII German armor kits. 1:35
€8.99
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1:35 WWII Fig.-Set MG-Crew Maneuver (5)

Ger.Machine Gun Crew
€11.49
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1:35 WWII Fig.-Set Schwimmwagen (4)

German Panzer Div. Recon. Team
€10.59
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1:35 WWII Fig.-Set Tank Ammo Load.Cr.(4)

Ger.Tank Ammo-Loading Crew
€11.49
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1:35 WWII Fig.-Set US Gun/Mortar Tro.(8)

U.S. Gun and Mortar Team
€6.39
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1:35 WWII Figure-Set US Army Infant.(4)

U.S. Army Infantry
€5.29
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1:35 WWII Fr.Citroen Traction Sta.Car(1)

Article number: 300035301 Product: 1:35 WWII Fr.Citroen Traction Dienst.(1) This famous French sedan was produced from 1934 to 1957 and featured a lightweight monocoque body with a high performance torsion bar spring suspension. It also had a spacious interior and featured a front-wheel drive system and a low center of gravity. The car proved to be very easy to handle and was used by the French Army, the occupying German Army, and the Free French forces. It was also used by German forces through out the European front and as far away as Russia. •Length: 125mm, Width: 48mm. •This is a 1/35 scale assembly kit model of the Citroen Traction 11CV. •The elegant form of the body and fenders has been accurately reproduced. •For easy assembly of the suspension, the number of parts is kept in check. •You can choose to assemble either open or closed front doors. •By assembling open front doors, you can enjoy viewing the the highly detailed interior. •Set includes one driver figure. •Markings for the German Army x 2, French Army x 1, and Civilian vehicle x 1 are included.(Total 4) •This model will look great in a diorama on its own or with other 1/35 scale models.
€29.99
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1:35 WWII Fren. Tank B1 bis (motor.)

Article number: 300030058 Product: 1/35 WWII French Tank B1 bis (motorized) This is a "motorized" version of the previously released model kit of the French Battle Tank B1 bis. The motorized version allows the modeler to enjoy and experience the excitement of seeing this detailed model kit in motion! Upon the outbreak of WWII, B1 bis tanks stood in the way of German armies determined to strike a crushing blow against France on her own soil. The B1 bis entered production in 1937 and was an upgraded version of the original 1920s-designed Char B1. The rivet-joined hull mounted a short-barreled 75mm howitzer, while a small, one man turret carried a longer-barreled 47mm tank gun. The B1 bis was one of the most heavily armored tanks of its time, with plating that was 60mm thick in places, amply capable of defending it against anti-tank fire such as that from 37mm Pak guns. It could more than hold its own against individual German tanks, and was greatly feared by enemy soldiers who encountered it.     Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€89.99
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1:35 WWII French Arm. Carrier w/Trai.(4)

Article number: 300032284 Product: 1:35 WWII French Arm. Carrier w/Trai.(4) Always looking for interesting subjects to add to our world-famous 1/35 scale Military Miniatures lineup, we now proudly announce the release of the unique French Armored Carrier UE. Display it with the B1 bis (ITEM 35282) to create an exhibit of early WWII French AFVs. About the Armored Carrier UE Originally developed in the early 1930s, this light armored carrier was capable of towing light artillery and was also designed for use in supplying infantry units at the front lines. Its compact design meant that the heads of the two crew members protruded from the chassis, so distinctive semi-spherical hatches were created to give them a little protection. The initial production of 60 vehicles was soon supplemented by larger orders as France sought to re-equip its army to face the growing threat of Germany. By 1940, approximately 4,800 had been built, including an improved version featuring 4-step gearbox and towing shackles. It was used in the early days of WWII by the French army until its surrender, after which the German army used captured vehicles until the end of the war, modifying some of them into self-propelled guns. About the Model •High-quality 1/35 scale assembly kit model of the Armored Carrier UE. •Headlight and tow hook parts included to depict UE Series 2 and Series 3 variants. •Fine details such as movable cargo compartment (planned), semi-spherical hatches, and towed trailer all accurately reproduced. •Full set of accessories, such as 6 wooden crates, 2 fuel drums, 2 each of both large and small canvas bundles, are included for realistic depiction of cargo loads. •2 crew member torso figures and 2 new French soldier figures with MAS36 rifles in standing poses included for increased diorama possibilities. •3 different types of markings planned.
€42.49
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1:35 WWII French MBT B1 bis (1)

Article number: 300035282 Product: 1:35 WWII French MBT B1 bis (1) About the model •Completely original model, offered for the first time by any maker as 1/35 plastic injection kit. •Newly designed tracks require no cement for assembly and are extremely easy to complete; yet another Tamiya first! •1-piece upper hull made from slide molding realistically depicts hex bolts. •Choice of two types of fenders and exhausts & 4 sets of markings allow you to make each possible combination. •Includes 1 commander figure, Tamiya's first WWII French military figure. •Comes with color guide to painting 3 different camouflage patterns. •Tow-chain made of metal. Turret hatch may be depicted open or closed. 75mm gun is moveable. French Battle Tank B1 bis
€78.99
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1:35 WWII Ger. Cargo Truck 3to (2)

Article number: 300035291 Product: 1:35 WWII Ger. Cargo Truck 3to (2) About the 3Ton 4x2 Cargo Truck The German army in WWII used a wide variety of wheeled vehicles as part of their overall strategy of fast mechanized warfare. Among the most widely used was the 3Ton 4x2 Cargo Truck, a truck design that was first produced in the 1930s. Featuring a dependable 6-cylinder gasoline engine,the 3Ton 4x2 Cargo Truck could take on a very large payload disproportionate to its size. They proved to be not only extremely reliable, but also very versatile, and were employed in a wide variety of roles, including fuel truck, ambulance, radio truck, as well as general-purpose cargo truck. About the Model •High-quality 1/35 scale assembly model kit of the 3Ton 4x2 Cargo Truck. •This kit is an all-new molding, and is much more accurate than kits current on the market. •The actual trucks chassis had a forward slant (designed to balance the cargos weight), and this unique feature has been accurately reproduced. •Suspension features a reasonable number of parts for easy assembly without sacrificing detail.- Driver and navigator figures included. •Accessory set of fuel drums and jerry cans also included for a full cargo load. •Comes with 4 types of markings, including both German army and Luftwaffe units. •To aid with painting, window masks will be included for the first time in a military model. •The actual truck served from the 1930s to the end of the war on all battle fronts, so this model can be displayed together with a wide range of other Tamiya 1/35 scale vehicles and figures such as Sturmgeschutz III Ausf. B and King Tiger. German 3ton 4x2 Cargo Truck
€42.49
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1:35 WWII Ger. Flak-Pz IV Möbelwagen (4)

Flakpanzer Mobelwagen
€28.99
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1:35 WWII Ger. Halftrack 250/9 Arm. (1)

German Sd. Kfz. 250/9
€24.99
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1:35 WWII Ger. Horch 4x4 Type1A Veh.(1)

Ger. HORCH TYPE 1A
€16.99
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1:35 WWII Ger. Infantery mounted (2)

German Mounted Infantry
€6.89
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1:35 WWII Ger. Jagdpanzer IV/70 (V) Lang

Article number: 300035340 Product: 1:35 WWII Dt. Jagdpanzer IV/70 (V) Lang This is a completely new model of the fearsome German tank destroyer Jagdpanzer IV Lang. It is designed from the ground up to be part of the long catalog of models offered in the Tamiya 1/35 scale line up of model kits. The original Jagdpanzer IV tank destroyer was based upon the Panzer IV vehicle and used extensive sloped armor with the 48-caliber 7.5cm gun that had already proven its worth on other vehicles. In January 1944, it was decided to upgrade the Jagdpanzer IV, with the powerful 70-caliber 7.5cm anti-tank gun installed in place of the original 48-caliber weapon. This bigger gun was fitted to the Jadgpanzer IV with the intention of giving it the ability to destroy Allied tanks without even entering their weapons range. It was also the origin of the name Lang, which translates into English as "long". The (V) was applied to vehicles manufactured by the German company Vomag. 930 Jagdpanzer IV /70(V) Lang vehicles were manufactured between August 1944 and March 1945, with German forces taking advantage of the exceptional range of the gun, employing it in both defensive and ambush roles even as their military situation worsened. December 2014 marks 70 years since the Battle of the Bulge, which was effectively the final German offensive of WWII. This model is perfect and right on time to liven up late Second World War dioramas.
€54.99
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1:35 WWII Ger. PzKpfw. IV Ausf. D (3)

German Pzkpw IV Ausf. D
€20.99
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1:35 WWII Ger. S Tank Brummbaer (2)

Article number: 300035077 Product: 1/35 WWII Ger. S Tank Brummbaer (2) The Panzerkampfwagen IV has been described most aptly as the "workhorse" of the German armoured forces in World War 2; with continuous development throughout the war as a fighting tank, the chassis and running gear formed the basis of a number of very important self propelled weapons. In 1942 the fighting on the Eastern Front was making even greater demands on German armoured resources, as the Soviet Army overcame the setbacks of the successful German campaign in Russia in 1941. At this time, divisional armour consisted predominantly of the Pz Kpfw III and the Stug III, the later being armed mainly with either the short 7.5 cm gun, 10.5 cm howitzer. The need was for a heavier calibre weapon mounted in an armured chassis, sufficiently powerful for the demolition of big city buildings in the street fighting now bein experienced. In September 1942 the German Ordnance Dept considered how the problem could best be overcome as rapidly as possible. The 15 cm heavy infantry gun, Model 1933 was a readily available weapon, and some limited experience of it in an armoured role had been gained in 1940 when a small number of Sig 33's were mounted on the tiny Pz Kpfw I chassis. The original success of this limited conversion had led, in 1941, to the decision to build a self propelled version of the Sig 33 on the Pz Kpfw III chassis. This was like a much heavier version of the original Stug III, except that the superstructure was very much higher to accept the greater bulk of the 15 cm howitzer. By the time of the Stalingrad fighting a first pre-production run of 12 of these vehicles was available. By this time, however, the Pz Kpfw IV was rapidly becoming the most numerous and most important of the German combat tanks, due to its ability to carry the long 7.5 cm high velocity gun. In October 1942, the deliberations about the heavy assault vehicle attracted Hitler's personal attention. He ordered that the Sig 33 gun be fitted
€24.99
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1:35 WWII Ger. Steyr 1500A/01 Africa (4)

Article number: 300035305 Product: 1:35 WWII Ger. Steyr 1500A/01 Africa (4) After WWI, the German military discovered the importance of combined land and air assaults to maximize the damage of the enemy's forces. This strategy, known as the "Blitzkrieg" strategy, amplified the need for reliable transport vehicles. The "Schell Programme" was introduced, in 1940, to increase the ease of production of land vehicles for the German Army. The Austrian-made, 1.5ton, all wheel drive, Steyr 1500A/01 was an 8 passenger vehicle used in a variety of roles such as staff car, HQ transport, artillery tow truck and ambulance. The vehicle was equipped with a front torsion bar, lead spring rear suspension, four speed transmission, air-cooled 8-cylinder 85hp engine, and had a top speed of 100km/h. Towards the end of WWII, some of the vehicles were produced with bulletproof windows, and reinforced steel plate doors.
€42.49
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1:35 WWII Ger.20mm Flakvierling 38

Ger. 2cm Flakvierling 38
€7.39
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1:35 WWII Ger.88mm Flak36 North Afri.(8)

Article number: 300035283 Product: 1:35 Ger. 88mm Flak36 North Africa (8) One of the most well-known stories of WWII involved an interrogation of a captured British tank crewman after the battle at Halfaya Pass. "In my opinion," he said, "it is unfair to use flak against our tanks." A German artilleryman nearby responded "Fine, but I think it most unfair of you to attack with tanks whose armor nothing but an 88 will penetrate." Starting life as an anti-aircraft artillery piece, the superb anti-tank capabilities of the gun became legendary when they were used to defeat the heavily armored British Matilda tanks in the North African desert. About the 88mm Flak 36 The German 88mm Flak is one of the most famous artillery pieces of WWII. Designed to combat high-altitude aircraft, it was first pressed into the anti-tank role during the invasion of France in 1940, and proved to be extremely capable. The gun went on to strike fear into the hearts of Allied tank crews in Russia and North Africa.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€47.99
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1:35 WWII Ger.Car.Truck Krupp Protze(3)

Article number: 300035317 Product: 1/35 WWII Ger.Car.Truck Krupp Protze(3) Supporting the German army's mechanized Blitzkrieg during the early stages of WWII was the 6X4 Krupp Protze light truck. Popularly known as the "boxer" due to its air-cooled flat-4 engine, this vehicle provided valuable support for the rapidly moving army by towing artillery pieces and carrying troops and supplies. It's unique sloped engine cover offered excellent forward visibility and the truck was well-liked for its reliability and ease of maintenance
€32.99
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1:35 WWII Ger.Jerry Can Set (12) Early

Article number: 300035315 Product: 1:35 WWII Ger.Jerry Can Set (12) Early Originally conceived for use by German forces during WWII, the Jerry Can's design proved to be so good that it was reverse-engineered for use by the Allies. The 20-liter container was tough and compact, allowing them to be easily stowed aboard vehicles. It had a simple but effective lid mechanism with three handles. The early type featured a simple cross-shaped indentation for strength while later types had more complex indentation designs. Set contains 12 early type Jerry Cans, 2 types of storage boxes, a notek light, and a jack with its base.
€6.59
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1:35 WWII Ger.Krupp Protze m.37mmPAK (4)

Krupp Towing Truck w/37mm Pak
€36.99
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1:35 WWII Ger.Kübelwagen T82 Africa(1)

Kuebelwagen Type82 (Africa)
€18.29
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1:35 WWII Ger.Milit.Insignia Decal Vol.2

Article number: 300012641 Product: 1/35 WWII Ger.Milit.Insignia Decal Vol.2 Add further fine details to your 1/35 scale German WWII Infantry figures with this easy-to-use decal set. These are designed with the modeler in mind to save time and stress allowing for a more realistic finish. 1:35
€10.89
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1:35 WWII Ger.SdKfz.171 Panther A (2)

Article number: 300035065 Product: 1/35 WWII Dt. SdKfz.171 Panther A (2) In the beginning of 1942, in order to fight against the T-34, the German military ordered a new tank from Dymler-Benz and M.A.N. companies with the following specifications: Weight- 35 tons; speed- 60 km/h; armament 75mm long gun and armour, 60mm thick in front hull, 35mm thick in the rear and 100 mm at the front of the gun turret. Lastly, it was specified that the tank be equipped with a Maiback HL210, water-cooled, V-type 12 cylinder engine. In May of the same year, M.A.N.'s model was chosen without waiting for completion of a prototype tank. However, there were 2 important modifications. First, in order to meet the military's demand, considerably more than the original 35 ton weight was needed. Second, the military ordered a change in the thickness of the frontal armour from 60mm to 80mm. Because of these changes, the engine type had to be chanded from HL210 to HL230. Then, in order to accommodate this engine, a much better gear was needed, but mass production began without this last change, which resulted in frequent gear malfunctions and related trouble. This became the Panther's greatest defect. In the same year, Dymler-Benz and Henschel were ordered to produce the Panther. Therefore, production was greatly increased and a total of 6283 Panther Tanks were produced, second only to P2KW-4 in number. The first mass produced Panther type D was not equipped with a machine gun but after the experience of close battle. A 7.92mm MG 34 was added to the Panther's right front hull armament beginning with its type A. The special feature of the Panther was the left and right driving mechanism. This created an interchangeability of movements, using the torsion bar system. By 1944, the Panther was further improved from Type A to Type G with a change in its side shape. The Panther continued its activities against the Allied Forces throughout the latter half of the war. One of the famed battles it waged during Ger. Panther Med. Tank
€20.99
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1:35 WWII Ger.SdKfz.232 Scout C.Afr.(2)

Article number: 300035297 Product: 1:35 WWII Ger.SdKfz.232 Scout C.Afr.(2) In the early stages of WWII, the German military often used the Sd.Kfz.231 series vehicles for reconnaissance missions. One of these heavy armored cars was the Sk.Kfz.232, which was equipped with a long distance wireless radio with a large antenna protruding from the top of the upper hull. In the turret was a 2cm gun and a MG34 machine gun. The 8- wheeled, Sk.Kfz.232 had an on-road top speed of 90km/h, front and rear driving positions, and a superb 8 wheel drive system. The Sd.Kfz.232 performed extremely well and proved its worth in a number of roles on many fronts from Europe to North Africa to Russia. •Various kinds of equipment like early type jerry cans and tools are included adding further realism. •Comes in a newly designed package with desert themed artwork. •Enhancing the impression of the North African front is a German officer figure wearing a tropical uniform. •A soldier figure for the turret is also included. •Photo-etched parts such as light protecting net s and an aluminum barrel for the 2cm gun are included. •Comes with decals for the North African front (2), Balkans front (1), & Kursk front (1). •Displaying this armored car with other 1/35 scale models such as Item 35286 German Armored Car Sd.Kfz.222 would be an interesting diorama. Sd.Kfz.232 Africa-Corps
€59.99
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1:35 WWII Ger.Steyr Typ1500A/01 GL (2)

German Steyr Type 1500A/01
€32.99
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1:35 WWII Ger.Sturmgeschütz III B (1)

Article number: 300035281 Product: 1/35 WWII Ger.Sturmgeschütz III B (1) Germanys versatile Stug III was originally designed as an assault weapon, however also came to be used as a weapon of defense as the war progressed, providing both assault gun and anti-tank support. Based on the durable Panzer III chassis, the Stug III featured a monoblock structure with an L24 75mm short barreled gun mounted directly to the hull, eliminating the revolving turret and reducing overall height. The Ausf. B was the first truly mass produced Stug III with 250 produced from June 1940. Featuring wide tracks and powered by a 230hp Maybach HL 120 TRM engine the Ausf. B boasted a top speed of 40km/h. The Ausf. B saw action during the Balkans campaign in April 1941 and Operation Barbarossa in June, 1941. The simple construction leading to low costs and easy mass production made the Stug III one of Germanys most produced armored vehicles with over 10,000 produced during WWII. Sturmgeschutz III Ausf. B
€49.99
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1:35 WWII Ger.Tank Dest.Marder III M (1)

Ger. Tank Destroyer Marder ? M
€42.49
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1:35 WWII Ger.Tank Destr.Jagdtiger Ea(2)

Article number: 300035295 Product: 1:35 Ger.Tank Destroyer Jagdtiger Ea(2) During the later stages of WWII, the heavy tank destroyer Jadgtiger (which weighed in excess of 70 tons and had an impressive 12.8cm gun and thick armor) was the heaviest tank seen on both the eastern and western fronts. Tamiya is releasing this 1/35 scale Jagdtiger after its first release 33 years ago in commemoration of the 40th year anniversary of the 1/35 Military Miniature series. Lining this Jagdtiger up with other 1/35 scale tanks like the German King Tiger Production Turret (35164), German King Tiger Porsche Turret (35169), German Tank Destroyer Jagdpanther Late Version (35203), German King Tiger (Ardennes Front) (35252), and German Tank Destroyer Hetzer Mid Production (35285) would make for an imposing display. •Completely new design. •Interior details such as the gun breach area and the floor boards are reproduced. •Commander and driver torso figures included. •5 kinds of markings for the 653rd Heavy Tank Battalion included. •Along with its extended hull, the spare track link racks and jack are also realistically reproduced. •The separately molded disc parts of the road wheels add extra depth to the model. •Two kinds of tracks are included; easy to assemble belt type and connectible assembly type. •A choice of stowed or extended traveling clamps. •Photo-etched parts for the engine intake protective net included.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€78.99
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1:35 WWII German Field Police Set

Article number: 300035320 Product: 1:35 WWII German Field Police Set Most German Army divisions in WWII usually had their own field military police platoons. These units were tasked with directing traffic along routes of advance and resupply, manning checkpoints, handling prisoners as well as deserters, and maintaining law and order of captured territories. Soldiers in these field military police units were distinguished by insignia on the left sleeves of their uniforms as well as a special gorget on their chest, which led regular soldiers to derisively call them "chain dogs." Set includes 5 field military policemen and a police dog.
€19.49
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1:35 WWII German Simca 5 (1)

Article number: 300035321 Product: 1:35 WWII Dt. Simca S5 Dienstwagen (1) The Simca 5 was a small passenger car which debuted in March 1936. It was almost identical to the Fiat 500 Topolino as the car was actually designed by Fiat. The car was equipped with an independent front suspension, a 4-speed transmission, hydraulically-controlled drum brakes, and a 12-volt electrical system. At the time, the car was meant to be affordable for the French public, in the same way that the later Volkswagen Beetle and Fiat 500 brought inexpensive private motoring to the masses in Germany and Italy respectively. It was also very fuel efficient. Many were in use by the time WWII began, and the German Army captured large numbers of them when they occupied France. These were pressed into military service as staff cars for transporting personnel and liaison duties. Over 46,000 Simca 5s were built by the time production ended in 1946. About the Item • 1/35 scale assembly kit model of the Simca 5 staff car. • The elegant silhouette of the car has been accurately reproduced. • Details such as front & rear suspension have been realistically depicted. • Doors can be depicted in either open or closed position. • Comes with a German Army driver figure as well as 3 marking options.
€27.49
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1:35 WWII It. Selfprop.Semovente M40(2)

SP Gun Semovente M40
€41.99
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1:35 WWII It.MTk.Carro Armato M13/40(2)

Article number: 300035296 Product: 1:35 Ital. MTk. Carro Armato M13/40 (2) During WWII, the Italian army used the M13/40 as its main tank. It featured a riveted construction and bogey-style wheels on a leaf spring suspension with a 47mm main gun featuring on Italy's first ever hydraulically operated turret. In addition, the M13/40 was powered by a 125hp V8 liquid-cooled diesel engine which produced a top speed of 30km/h. From July 1940 through to 1943, approximately 800 units were produced. They fought mainly alongside the German African Corps at the North African front. This is a 1/35 scale plastic assembly kit model. - Length: 143mm. The unique riveted form of this tank is faithfully reproduced. - Easy to connect assembly type tracks included. The suspension features a highly realistic finish. - Metal parts for the gun barrel and photo-etched parts for the anti-aircraft gun sight etc are included. - Other highlights of this model are its range of tools and radiator cap. - A standing figure, a sitting tank crewman figure, 3 kinds of decals for the North African front, and a set of badges of rank are included.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€45.99
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1:35 WWII Pkw.K1 Kübelwagen Typ82 (1)

German Kuebelwagen Type 82
€16.99
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1:35 WWII PKW.K2s Schwimmwagen (1) T.166

German Schwimmwagen Type 166
€17.99
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1:35 WWII PzH SdKfz.124 Wespe (2)

Ger.Self-Pro.Howitzer Wespe
€33.99
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1:35 WWII PzKpfw. II Ausf.F/G (5) SK.121

Article number: 300035009 Product: 1/35 WWII PzKpfw. II Ausf.F/G (5) SK.121 In the morning of September 1, 1939, the German forces consisting of the 3rd, 4th, 8th, 10th and the 14th Armies invaded Poland all heading for Warsaw, its capital. This was the beginning of the 2nd World War that had shaken the whole world for six years and the Germans made a good show of their war efforts at the start with this violent surprise offensive by massed air forces and mechanized ground forces in close co-ordination, the so-called "Blitzkrieg". It was none other than the Pzkpfw 11 that had played the key role in this Blitzkrieg which started with the invasion of Poland to be followed by break-through of the Maginot-line 7 months later and ended with the surrender of France. In anticipation of the delay in production of the two main strength tanks of the Pzkpfw III and the Pzkpfw IV then under development, the Ordnance Department decided in 1934 to develop a new tank instead to fill the gap. It gave specifications of the proposed new tank to the following three companies - the Mann, the Krupp and the Henschel. The specifications envisioned a tank weighing less than 10 tons and armed with 2 cm and 7.92 mm machine guns, one each. Among the designs of the rivaling three companies presented, the one by the Mann was selected and the Mann in cooperation with the Daimler-Benz developed a first tank of the a1 type in 1935. When 25 tanks of the same type were produced, the tank was officially named, "Panzer Kampfwagen II". After the first 25, another 25 tanks of the a2 type and 50 of the a3 type were produced in succession by 1936. Tanks of these 3 types thus produced were equipped each with a 6-cylinder, 130HP, May-Bach HL37 engine and credited with a maximum speed of 40km/h. However, it was decried that the horse-power was not enough and the engine was replaced with a May-Bach HL-62 one of 140 HP. The frontal armour, too, was reinforced and a new tank of the b type was produced. In 1937, the Pzkpfw II was further improv
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