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    • Germany 1939-45New releases

      StuH 42

      StuH 42 assault gun, based on the Panzer III chassis with a 105mm gun to provide support to infantry units. These had limited AT ability using a HEAT shell. They served on all fronts from late 1942 approximately 1300 built.

    • Arab States 1948-1991Germany 1939-45

      Stug III G

      Stug III G assault gun, based on the Panzer III chassis, this combination of the Panzer III hull and long 75mm gun created a deadly defensive weapon able to destroy allied tanks from a distance while hidden. These served on all fronts from late 1942-45. Post war the Stug III went on to be used by Czechs upto the …

    • Germany 1939-45New releases

      Panzer 3 ausf N

      Panzer III medium tank, the Ausf N was a last production version with the L24 75mm infantry gun. These served through to the end of the war in decreasing numbers as production stopped in late 43

    • Germany 1939-45New releases

      Panzer 3 ausf J/L/M

      Panzer III medium tank, the Ausf L/M was a late production version with the L60 50mm AT gun. These served in N. Africa, Italy and Russia from 1941-4.

    • Germany 1939-45New releases

      PAK-40 75mm gun and crew (1x gun deployed, 1x gun on tow)

      PAK-40 75mm anti-tank gun, this robust and effect gun entered service in 1943. Light, simple and able to penetrate almost any Allied armour it could be towed by lorry or half-track. 23000 built. It continued in used post WW2 with Eastern bloc Nations, Austria, Portugal and North Vietnam

    • Germany 1939-45New releases

      Hannomag SdKfz 251/22 Pak40

      The Hannomag 251/22 late production ausf D fitted with a Pak40 anti-tank gun. Apparently not a popular vehicle, because of the limit traverse of the gun, the extra weight and severe recoil

    • Germany 1939-45New releases

      Hannomag SdKfz 251/6 Command

      The Hannomag 251/6 ausf D late war command and communications vehicle. These came in 4 sub types depending on the command level and radio fit. This shows the awning partly deployed to shelter the radios from the weather, often seen in photos.

    • Germany 1939-45New releases

      Tiger 1 (late version – Wittman)

      Late model Tiger 1 modelled on 101st SS Heavy Tank Battalion vehicles encountered in Normandy. The tank ace Michael Wittman commanded one in 1944. Steel wheels, extra track armour and low profile cupola. Can be modelled with commander or closed down.

    • Germany 1939-45New releases

      Tiger 1 (mid)

      The legendary German heavy tank, this model represents a mid-production version with “dustbin” cupola and rubber road wheels. Suitable for 1942-3. Can be modelled with commander or closed down

    • AccessoriesGermany 1939-45

      Tobruk bunker (x2)

      These simple prefabricted MG bunkers where developed by Germany in WW2 and used throughout the middle-east and european campaigns

      For games or dioramas (x2)

    • Germany 1939-45

      Hannomag SdKfz 251/1 Rocket launcher

      251/1 halftrack fitted with wurframen rocket launcher racks able to fire a devistating if inaccurate barrage of 6x 40cm  rockets. This was a simple addition to the basic APC half track. Nicknamed “stuka zu fuss” or walking stuka

       

    • Germany 1939-45

      Hannomag SdKfz 251/9 ausf D, 75mm gun halftrack

      The Hannomag 251/9 ausf D, 75mm gun half track, nicknamed “Stummel” used by the heavy weapons company to give supporting artillery fire.

    • Germany 1939-45

      Hannomag SdKfz 251/7 ausf D, Pioneer Halftrack

      The Hannomag 251/7 ausf D half track designed to transport engineers forward under fire to overcome obstacles and fortifications. The D model was produced in quantity from 1943-5.

      Model comes with crew and bridges

    • Germany 1939-45

      Hannomag SdKfz 251/1 ausf D Half track and passengers

      The Hannomag 251/1 ausf D half track was a mid war development, designed to reduce production time and costs while still transporting a 10 man Panzer Grenadier squad into battle protected against bullets and shell splinters.

      This model represents the standard 251/1 troop transport. There where 22 variants built to cover many specialist roles such as anti tank, artillery and engineering. …

    • Germany 1939-45

      SdKfz 250/1 Neu Light Half track – leaders vehicle

      The Sdkfz 250/11 replaced the 37mm “door knocker” with the high velocity 28mm AT gun and was used by platoon leaders

       

    • Germany 1939-45

      SdKfz 250/8 Neu Light Half track “stummel”

      The Sdkfz 250/8  light half track with short 75mm gun, developed as a support vehicle for recconaisance units.

       

    • Germany 1939-45

      SdKfz 250/9 20mm cannon recce.

      The Sdkfz 250/10 Recce light half track Panzer Recce companies. This version was designed as a more mobile replacement for the Sdkfz 222 armoured car. The Neu version was manufactured from 1943 and used a simpler armour configuration that was much easer to manufacture and provided more space in the vehicle.

    • Germany 1939-45

      SdKfz 250/7 Mortar

      The Sdkfz 250/8 light half track designed to transport a 8cm Mortar team for Panzer Recce companies, the mortar could be fired from inside the vehicle or set up seperately. Many versions were produced of this useful and versatile vehicle. The Neu version was manufactured from 1943 and used a simpler armour configuration that was much easer to manufacture and …

    • Germany 1939-45

      SdKfz 250/1 Neu Light Half track

      The Sdkfz 250/1 light half track designed to transport a recconaisance team for Panzer divisions. This useful vehicle was developed into many varients and over 6000 built. The Neu version was manufactured from 1943 and used a simpler armour configuration that was  easer to manufacture and provided more space. Crew 2+3

    • Germany 1939-45

      Hannomag SdKfz 251/1 ausf C Half track and passengers

      The Hannomag 251/1 half track designed to transport a 10 man Panzer Grenadier squad into battle protected against bullets and shell splinters.

      This model represents the standard 251/1 troop transport. There where 22 variants built to cover many specialist roles such as anti tank, artillery and engineering. The basic platform went through several improvements this is the C model, produced in …

    • Germany 1939-45

      Opel Blitz 3t with Flak 38 20mm cannon AA

      General purpose 3t truck used as light AA protection. Mounting light AA guns “portee” increased mobilty and saved wear and tear towing them.

    • Germany 1939-45

      Panzer IV 2F

      The Panzer IV German medium tank was designed in 1930s with a functional layout still found on many tanks today. In service 1941-5, some examples still found on the battlefield in 1970s

    • Germany 1939-45

      Panzer IV H Shurtzen

      Medium tank developed in 1930s, this 1944 version with distinctive spaced armour was still in service in some countries until 1970s

    • Germany 1939-45

      Mercedes G4 staff car

      Substantial 6 wheel Staff Car, transport for senior officers and officials