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The blade is cleverly produced from multiple parts in order to accurately render its form. With this kit, no obstacles remain in the way for modelers to produce a stunning Israeli AFV!

Dragon has now obliged by creating a special DAK configuration of the Pz. This specialized command tank containing long-range radios was created based on a standard Ausf.

However, on the Pz. H kit in some noticeable ways. For example, it bears a large storage box on the engine deck, plus a smaller storage box on the front left of the fender.

Another modification is a spare-track rack on the glacis plate. The sprockets and idler wheels are also different to that on the predecessor.

And unchanged, is the characteristic large frame antenna for the long-range radio. Plus the vehicle looks most impressive when the turret-mounted telescopic antenna is shown extended.

A Early Production Item No. With the arrival of this command tank, modelers now have even more options for creating a North African diorama. Detailierter Plastikmodellbausatz des Modells 1: As the Luftwaffe was progressively swept from the air as WWII wore on, German tanks became vulnerable to enemy fighters.

G with this interesting set of add-on antiaircraft armor. The armor is reproduced using photo-etched metal, including the prominent double layer that was mounted on top of the turret.

The four plates used to protect vulnerable parts of the engine deck are also made from photo-etched metal. The plastic studs upon which the armor plates were mounted are new as well.

The final result is a unique-looking version of the Panther, which would look perfect in a late-war diorama or as a standalone item.

One interesting field modification of the tank destroyer StuG. G, in an effort to improve protection levels against enemy anti-tank guns, was to add a layer of concrete over the front of the casemate.

While this practice may have brought psychological comfort to German crewmen, its ballistic protection qualities were questionable.

G variant with such a layer of poured concrete armor. As such, the two halves of the casemate front are completely new to mimic this applique concrete, the rounded elements made as convenient separate pieces.

This concrete armor gives the vehicle a novel appearance that really makes it stand out from other StuG.

There are other new parts as well, such as tiedown hoops on the front hull made from photo-etched metal. Another special aspect to this kit is the incorporation of Zimmerit.

III kit from Dragon! However, Dragon wanted to add upgraded items and to make parts even more accurate. Modelers will thus find that the front of the upper hull has been reworked with the most accurate details available, and Magic Tracks have been added for greater ease of assembly.

The mesh screens of the turret top are realistically recreated in photo-etched metal too. Modelers will definitely need to scout out this revamped recce vehicle that saw service on both the Eastern and Western Fronts.

Indeed, it bears absolutely no relation to the old kit. The turret looks rather futuristic, and it creates an innovative-looking German combat vehicle from late in WWII.

The kit comes with radio sets and photo-etched racks in which to mount them. Newly tooled parts are the antenna mount.

It also comes with a bonus driver figure as well. This tank operated with 8. It is unclear what the name refers to, whether a girlfriend of a crewmember or a contraction of "Tiger Kind" i.

This company was formed in November and its first mission was Kharkov. This new kit inherits existing components from other Tigers but, where necessary, new parts have been specifically created too.

These include the gun mantlet, the storage bin on the back of the turret and the spare-track bracket. Some parts of its on-vehicle materiel are new too.

To ease assembly, the tank includes convenient DS tracks as well. This is truly a masterpiece, with "TiKi" the Tiger ready to foray into the Russian city of Kharkov to do battle straight from the box.

There were a great many variants of well-known Sd. One of the rarer ones was the Sd. Armed with Zwillingssockel 36 dual-mount machine guns, it was envisioned as a mobile antiaircraft vehicle.

The weapons were operated by a single soldier on an integrated seat. Dragon has expanded its formidable Sd. While this halftrack variant never saw battle, it was field-tested, offering modelers ample scope if they elect to put it into a suitable diorama.

The Zwillingssockel 36 is newly tooled with highly detailed plastic injection and photo-etched parts. The front armored shield is also newly tooled.

To create this Sd. This halftrack type has not appeared as a plastic kit before, so it offers modelers something different. These were known as the Tauchpanzer III, and they had the ability to drive along the seafloor totally submerged thanks to a breathing apparatus.

F, of which German industry produced units between September and July They had a 3. This new kit comes with special enhancement for the benefit of modelers.

These cameramen are in much demand because no other such cameraman figure combination exists in injection-molded plastic. If modelers have never built a diving tnak before, now is the perfect time to get their feet wet!

Detaillierter Plastikmodellbausatz des Modells Pz. Its combat debut occurred during the titanic Battle of Kursk. Operated by a crew of six, the SPH could also carry 18 rounds for the main armament.

Now it has been revamped yet again, and what sets the newest release apart is the inclusion of Winterketten tracks. The Winterketten were extended track links to improve traction in icy and snowy conditions.

And to make it as easy as possible for modelers, Dragon has produced the Winterketten as Magic Track. Since this Magic Track line is not always easily obtainable today, this is a perfect opportunity for folk to get hold of these again.

This allows interior fittings to be accurately sized and shaped. The flight of the bumble bee has soared to new heights thanks to this wintry Hummel!

Detailierter Plastikbausatz des Modells Sd. This is obvious with the newest member of the family — a Pz. Production of the Ausf. D commenced in October , with some tanks produced altogether through till May Like its predecessors, the Ausf.

D mounted a short-barreled 7. Major improvements on this mark were thicker armor on the sides and rear upgraded from 15mm to 20mm and the fitting of an external mantlet.

A hull machine gun was reintroduced in front of the radio operator. The tank weighed 20 tons and it was operated by a crew of five.

Dragon has offered kits of the Ausf. D before, but this latest model is a brand new item that utilizes completely new toolings. Furthermore, the highly experienced design team has sought to minimize the number of parts wherever possible so that model-makers are spared the ardor of repetitive assembly.

This kit fits together with ease, and it now offers even more assembly pleasure thanks to the clever engineering.

Indeed, the early-war Panzer IV D has been given a new lease of life! Detailierter Plastikmodellbausatz des Modells Pz. D has been given a new lease of life!

Boasting a 57mm main gun and two Type 97 machine guns, this tank was intended to serve as an up-scaled version of the Type 95 for infantry support.

A total of 2, tanks were produced from , most of which had the low-velocity 57mm gun. The kit was thoroughly researched by a Japanese design team, based on investigations and measurements of several surviving tanks.

This level of research ensures that it will be undeniably the most accurate and precise Chi-Ha available on the market. The engine deck layout, toolbox, shovel, rear-plate brackets and distinctive flaps on the engine deck are all correctly depicted for an early-production tank.

The kit resorts widely to slide molds so that fewer parts are needed. Naturally, this leads to a perfect balance of easy assembly and accuracy, which is what Smart Kits are all about!

Dragon has come up with extremely exciting combination for Item No. It features a Tiger I Mid-Production tank, a famous vehicle that needs no introduction.

What makes the kit special is the accompanying Borgward IV Ausf. A heavy demolition vehicle, which could drop off a kg explosive charge.

It was introduced in , with of the 3. There were three companies that operated the Borgward IV. One of these, Panzer Kompanie Fkl , was subordinated to s.

It had 14 Tiger Is, and its first combat was at Anzio in early The Tiger I has Zimmerit, in keeping with that period of the war and for s.

This includes a new antenna and base on the right side of the turret, with this antenna being used to communicate with the demolition charge-carrying vehicle.

The well-detailed Borgward IV has not been on the market for a considerable period of time, so its release is much anticipated.

Of course, its inclusion with the Tiger I to represent a combination used by C Company of s. Detailierter Plastikbausatz des Modells Pz.

A Heavy Demolition Vehicle s. A heavy demonlition charge vehicle. Operated via radio by its crew, the remotely controlled Borgward IV could drop off a kg explosive charge.

Both tracked vehicles are well detailed and beautifully engineered. Together, they permit modelers to create a fascinating diorama straight from the box.

Either way, these two vehicles in one box represent good value for money. One family member was the Sd. C Flammpanzerwagen, which, as its name suggests, carried flamethrowers.

Indeed, there were two 14mm projectors mounted on each hull side. These were supplied by two fuel tanks totaling liters of flammable mixture.

This was enough to fuel 80 bursts lasting up to two seconds each. A total of such halftrack flamethrowers were built from January onwards.

The newest kit portrays such a flammpanzerwagen with a welded hull and there is an impressive level of detail visible in the open-topped fighting compartment, including the projectors, spray tubes and fuel tanks.

Indeed, two sets of projectors are offered with or without covers to ensure modelers can display the kit precisely as they wish.

Two flame operator figures and a driver figure are included, and the former even come with alternate heads wearing field caps or flame proof hoods.

Detailierter Plastikbausatz des Modells 1: It has been some time since Dragon issued a member of the Sd.

The Wurfrahmen 40, literally "launch frame 40", was introduced in late to give units more firepower. The launch frames for 28cm high-explosive HE or 32cm incendiary rockets could be fitted to a variety of vehicle chassis, and in the Sd.

D family, and as such the kit comes with an impressive level of detail visible in the open-topped fighting compartment.

Of course, what sets this kit apart is the three projector frames attached to each side of the armored hull, these giving the model a fearsome appearance.

These crates are well detailed, and they can be filled with either 32cm WK Flammgranate rockets or 28cm Sprengranate HE rockets. Detailierter Plastikmodellbausatz des Modells Sd.

A during Operation Barbarossa on the Eastern Front in At that time he fought with the elite LAH Division. A was the first variant of the Stug.

The type mounted a short-barreled 7. We have previously introduced high-quality kits of the StuG. E, so this kit of the Ausf.

Not only does it allow modelers to build a stunning Ausf. This kit is superbly detailed, featuring a brand new upper hull and superstructure roof.

There are also two new storage boxes on the rear. There were a great many variants in Sd. One was the Sd. In the rear compartment was an 8cm GrW34 mortar.

A crew of five operated the vehicle and its mounted mortar within the platoons of light armored reconnaissance companies.

It is far more than the sum of its components that were previously available from Dragon — an Sd. The one-piece upper hull from the hood to the rear plate is completely new, for example, in order to replicate the correct shape and details of this mortar variant.

The vehicle interior has received a makeover too, including new mortar base, ammo boxes, seats, engine and full interiors to match the mortar version.

There is ample ammunition storage as well. This is a new halftrack variant from Dragon, and it does look different from others that have gone before.

For modelers seeking extra firepower and impact, this Sd. This newest Grille kit comes with a generous selection of photo-etched parts to complement the high-quality plastic components.

As a special addition to celebrate this release, Dragon is including a complementary figure set of self-propelled artillery crewmen to populate the vehicle.

It was essentially a hybrid combining the hull of a Type 95 Ha-Go light tank with a turret from the Type 97 Chi-Ha medium tank. When the Type 97 was up-gunned with a higher-velocity 47mm gun, turrets with the original low-velocity 57mm tank gun became surplus and were installed onto the obsolete Type It was operated by a crew of three.

Most tanks were retained on the Japanese mainland in anticipation of an Allied invasion, but some saw combat against the Soviets in Korea and Manchuria.

The team conducted research on the real tank, produced highly accurate technical drawings, created the stunning box art and supervised the whole project to a successful conclusion.

There are numerous new kit parts such as the turret with the characteristic ring antenna. A total of 50 of these armed command tanks were produced between December and February M chassis, and a star antenna was used instead of the previously favored frame antenna.

The turret, adopted from a Panzer IV Ausf. F, featured a shorter mantlet, while the coaxial machine gun was deleted and an extra visor was added to the turret front.

Dragon previously released a Pz. Besides, the horizontal upper-hull plate is new to fit the larger Panzer IV turret that was installed, plus the turret frontal armor, truncated gun mantlet and visor are new.

Also new is the superstructure frontal armor plate plus three spare antennas stowed on the right-hand fender. Modelers seeking something a little different from a run-of-the-mill Panzer III need look no farther than this well-armed command tank.

A number of Panther Ausf. G vehicles, in fact, were converted into command tanks from May to February These were known in German as the Panzerbefehlswagen, and they were used as battalion and regimental command vehicles, as well as for ground-to-air liaison.

These command tanks still retained the 7. The Befehls-Panther added an additional radio, which caused a corresponding reduction in ammunition stowage.

As the name indicates, this command tank is based on a Panther Ausf. For example, there is a star antenna on the engine deck and the correct mantlet for a command Panther is present.

DS tracks are included for easy assembly. It was 11m long and operated by a crew of five. It came about from Japanese experience in the Solomon Islands, where it was difficult to resupply troops by sea.

In fact, the only parts in common with previous Dragon releases are its wheels and tracks. The slide-molded hull is made from one piece, which eases construction and ensures accuracy.

Details on the top of the hull are finely reproduced, as is the cabin at the front of the hull. The T28 Super Heavy Tank is one of the most astonishing kits to emerge from Dragon in recent times!

The T28 was designed to breach the defenses of the Siegfried Line during the latter part of WWII, but the ton monstrosity arrived too late to participate in the war.

Its name was altered to mm Gun Motor Carriage T95 in March since the armament was hull-mounted rather than in a turret. Dragon has overhauled its T28 kit and assigned it a new mm T7 main gun of the type used on the developmental T30 Heavy Tank.

Thankfully for these many fans, Dragon now allows them to produce and own such a mighty armored vehicle! The size of the model is simply overwhelming — the lower hull is more than mm long!

The double track runs are made from DS tracks, and the outer tracks can be detached just like the real ones should a modeler decide to opt for this configuration.

The impressive mm gun barrel is newly produced. As a special bonus, modelers can either choice to build the T28 with parts provided in the box as well.

A several years ago. A was obviously the grandfather, with 35 tanks produced from October to March It stemmed from a development contract issued to Krupp in The design featured a short-barreled 7.

As befitting what was essentially a pre-series design, the maximum armor thickness on the With the Panzer IV Ausf.

A slated to see service in the campaigns in Poland, Norway and France, there was obviously a need to improve the thickness of its armor.

Thus, a number of Panzer IV Ausf. A tanks were up-armored by adding extra armor plates on the front hull and glacis.

This particular variant has been created by supplying the relevant additional armor plates that fit onto the front end of the tank. Indeed, the kit has been up-armored in precisely the same way as the original was!

Additionally, the front inspection hatches have been newly made by photo-etched parts with different details compared to the previously provided ones.

This kit offers greater protection to the crew…and more variety for the modeler! Development work of Sd. The production variant of this 8-wheeled vehicle boasted a 7.

Only 89 vehicles were produced between December and March , and that particular vehicle is represented by Item No. Interestingly, an improved Sd. However, this novel platform can now be had by model-makers thanks to Dragon!

It thus boasts handy features such as driveshafts and tie rods that allow the wheels to be angled. However, the kit has also been outfitted with the proposed more powerful anti-tank weapon.

So just what is this newest technological leap forward? In other words, no master figure is produced or needed.

There are three figures in this new set depicting soldiers fighting in the Battle of Smolensk and Roslavl in After enormous success during the invasion of Russia, German forces were delayed at Smolensk from 10 July to 10 September Although a Russian counterattack there failed, this defensive battle was critical to Russia as it slowed the German advance and made reaching Moscow that much more difficult.

The poses of these three soldiers are designed to be universally versatile. The trio is standing in relatively relaxed poses.

A close examination of these molded plastic figures reveals how impeccable all the computer-generated detail is. These are all bonus items in addition to the hi-tech figures themselves.

While these German soldiers might be just standing around, the technology that Dragon used to create them has leapt forward by a generation! The new kit represents a 4x2 ambulance based on the famous German 3-ton truck range, which was used for myriad purposes by German soldiers during WWII.

Indeed, underscoring its importance, by some 70, 4x2 trucks had been produced, along with at least 25, additional 4x4 trucks. The ambulance version featured a box body installed behind the standard cab to carry lying or seated casualties for medical evacuation.

Likewise, the rear ambulance body is borrowed from the Maultier Ambulance kit. It includes a delicate access ladder on the rear, while the rear door opens to reveal an outfitted ambulance interior.

New parts added to the mix are stowage boxes located under the box body. Furthermore, the widely used German ambulance can be depicted in any theater and time period of WWII, giving modelers unlimited options for painting and weathering.

Germany produced a number of tank destroyers in an effort to resist the tide of armor pushing against it from all sides.

As indicated by its name, this vehicle was based on an unchanged Panzer IV chassis specifically an Ausf.

J and it was produced by Alkett as an interim design. The suspension features three return rollers per side, plus there are other detail differences appropriate to a Late-Production vehicle.

There are Schurzen side skirts and of special interest is the mounted MP44 Vorsatz "P", a weapon with a curved barrel to protect blind-spots not covered by the mounted MG42 machine gun.

The gun breech is fully represented, and it can be viewed through the open roof hatches. Welcome to the new family addition!

On 6 April , Germany invaded the nation of Greece. It was forced to do so by the failure of the earlier Italian invasion to conquer Greece in October The Germans codenamed this invasion Operation Marita.

When the German assault kicked off, most Greek troops were on the Albanian border fighting the Italians.

Therefore, the German second front striking from Bulgaria immediately put Greek forces, as well as a small contingent of British Commonwealth troops, on the back foot.

Greek forces on the Albanian border were quickly outflanked, forcing their surrender, while Commonwealth troops performed a tactical retreat with an eye to evacuation.

Athens fell on 27 April within three weeks of the campaign beginning. Operation Marita ended three days later with the complete conquest of the Greek mainland.

The four newly tooled figures are beautifully sculpted in lifelike poses. Even the badges on their jackets are sharply molded.

As WWII progressed, Germany was forced to desperately cobble together whatever armored vehicles it could to get them onto the field of battle. B light tank and mounting a 7.

This vehicle is believed to be a one-off field conversion that appeared late in the war, with photographic evidence placing it in the vicinity of Berlin.

Additionally, the vehicle has a full interior in fighting compartment. The ultra-slim small gun shield is made to accurate dimensions, and there is judicious provision of photo-etched metal parts to represent more delicate elements.

It was planned that Germany would conduct an amphibious invasion of Great Britain under the codename Operation Sea Lion, and to this end a number of Panzer IIIs were especially converted into diving tanks.

In the end these tanks were not used to cross the English Channel as it was decided to bring Britain to its knees via the Luftwaffe instead.

The box contains all necessary parts to make the diving tank, including waterproofing items for the gun shield and turret ring. There is an array of photo-etched components for adding extra detail too.

Furthermore, this tank assembles easily thanks to the inclusion of brand new DS tracks. Of course, this opens up modeling opportunities.

Based on actual measurements from surviving tanks, that particular kit Item No. Now Dragon has released another Type 95 plastic kit, this time depicting one with Late-Production features.

Indeed, it was the most common light tank used by the IJA in the Pacific, with about 2, units manufactured by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. It had a crew of three, and the main armament was a Type 94 37mm gun.

The kit has received many new parts so it can accurately depict a Late-Production "Ha-Go". The frontal armor and glacis plate are suitably modified too, plus the towing hook on the front is new.

Meanwhile, the turret and one-piece upper hull and lower hull remain unchanged. In fact, every single sprue in the kit employs slide molds, which is an astounding achievement!

The road wheels, idlers, sprockets and return rollers are slide-molded, whilst the DS slide-molded track links are accurately replicated in miniature so as to incorporate side details.

The "Ha-Go" was used in diverse battlefield locations, so modelers can really go to town by producing any scenario such as jungle-clad terrain or a Pacific tropical island!

This iconic WWII vehicle was produced from , with more than , rolling off American production lines. These small 4x4 vehicles were employed in numerous battlefield tasks, with one role being that of reconnaissance and scouting.

Some vehicles involved in such missions were fitted with steel plates to better protect the occupants, and early efforts soon led to the fitting of specially designed armor kits.

Followed on from a very popular earlier release Item No. Such an improvised weapon installation was observed on scout jeeps during the Battle of the Bulge, for example.

The vehicle features a solid one-piece body tub for accurate assembly and alignment. Under the hood is an extremely realistic-looking engine that assembles from multiple parts; it can be shown off if the modeler chooses to model the hood up.

Atop the hood, the windscreen is depicted wrapped in a canvas cover. The new armor plates are rendered in photo-etched metal to give a true-to-scale appearance, while other metal components provide items such as tool mounting brackets, hood retainers and various straps.

All in all, this is one extremely potent little vehicle! With Allied aircraft increasingly dominating the skies over Europe as WWII progressed, there was a need for more effective self-propelled antiaircraft guns.

In August an order was placed for Ostwind vehicles, with this vehicle featuring a more capable 3. The turret was open-topped to allow fumes to dissipate.

A crew of six operated the tonne Ostwind, and a total of 43 such weapons were produced mostly on rebuilt Panzer IV tank chassis.

Owing to the turret being open-topped, all the relevant details on the gun and inside the turret are well represented. The cannon is particularly well defined and the barrel can be posed in any one of several different angles depending on whether the modeler has an aerial or ground target in view.

The hull also carries a readymade Zimmerit coating that is masterfully represented. Inside the box, modelers will find many slide-molded plastic components.

This latest kit from Dragon allows modelers to create the Flakpanzer IV Ostwind that was used by Flugabwehrzug antiaircraft platoons to protect units from marauding aircraft late in the war.

Dieser erbitterte Kampf fand zwischen Oktober und Januar statt, bevor die sowjetischen Gegenoffensiven das Blatt wendeten.

While M3 Grants featured no alterations to the hull and sponson-mounted 75mm main gun, the British variant had a larger turret for the 37mm gun, and did not feature a coaxial 7.

The M3 had been designed with priority given to speed of delivery to waiting troops; thus, it possessed some limitations such as the restricted horizontal movement of the main gun and a tall silhouette that was easy for opposing forces to spot.

However, it proved a welcome addition for the tank-poor British forces in North Africa, where it helped to turn around a dire situation, knocking out opposing Panzer III and IVs one at a time.

Tamiya announces the re-issue of this veteran model, which was last re-released in The M3 Lee Mk. It used a limited traverse, sponson-based 75mm main gun and a turret-mounted 37mm weapons as its main firepower.

Eventually succeeded by the M4 Sherman, it was also ordered and used by the British military who christened it the "General Lee" after the famous American military figure.

Including tanks produced for the British, production of the M3 Lee Mk. Motorcycles are an important part of Japan Ground Self Defense Force JGSDF reconnaissance units, and to maintain a low profile are usually finished in olive drab with matte black components such as the engine.

They are frequently joined by the High Mobility Vehicle, which boasts excellent off-road ability and can transport up to 10 passengers, or be used for carrying supplies.

Canvas hood is in deployed position. The Type 1 was a modified tank with a 75mm field gun, the only weapon available to Japanese WWII forces that could reliably take out U.

Roughly 4, were manufactured. The gun features depictions of recoil buffer and mount. They can be painted and cemented.

The canvas hood is depicted in retracted position. The Type 90 main battle tank reached units from , with examples manufactured by A mm smoothbore gun put it on the cutting edge at the time of its design.

The Type 73 was adopted back in but served concurrently with the Type 90 until deployment ended around This model kit recreates the U. The kit itself is from the Tamiya-Italeri series.

It further updates the original release from with more molding improvements, brand new parts, and even photo-etched parts included!

Of course, it also includes Tamiya figures, accessories, full instruction manual, and decals, all packaged in a new Tamiya box! About the Paladin Deployed from onwards, the MA6 continued a series of self-propelled howitzers that started in Like other products in the series, it updates the original Italeri kit it has new and updated parts from the Italian maker, plus Tamiya figures, decals and instruction manual, all packaged in a new Tamiya box!

III variant was up gunned with a 6-pounder gun and more reliable engine that made it a force to be reckoned with. This effectiveness made it the most produced tank in the Crusader family.

This model takes the classic Italeri model of the Sd. Based on a civilian vehicle chassis, they utilized sloped armor and a 20mm cannon.

Even though these vehicles were replaced by 8-wheeled counterparts during that time, they still saw action in Poland and France during WWII.

Commander der den M im Einsatz fuhr. This kit variant includes new parts! Army in the Korean War from It is a classic model from within the Tamiya catalogue, but this version includes updated parts and new marking options for vehicles that fought on the Italian front.

Originally designed as a stopgap, with a production run of , this Pz. II chassis-based howitzer exceeded German expectations. Intended mainly for infantry support, the Pz.

While the crew of 5 were not blessed with overwhelming protection, their vehicle was a mobile threat to Allied forces nonetheless. It was a diminutive tracked vehicle about 1.

Some 7, were produced in all, split between 12V battery and gas engine-powered variants. They were largely deployed by assault pioneer Sturmpionier units, and were hoped to give the advantage of surprise.

They were used on all fronts including German counters to the allied invasions in Normandy. As WWII progressed, British troops found that their 2-pounder and 6-pounder guns were being rendered obsolete by German armor, and planners decided to develop a vehicle using the powerful pounder The vehicle chosen to mount the gun on was the Valentine; the turret was removed and replaced with a fighting compartment — this would be known as the Archer.

Interestingly, as there was little time to re-organize the cramped layout, the pounder had to be mounted pointing rearwards to fit it in.

As a result, the Archer moved and fired in opposite directions. The British continued using it until the early s.

This kit updates the popular British Matilda Item with parts to recreate a Soviet-spec Matilda. The tank itself was a durable, heavy design with 2-pounder gun that was well-suited to the slower infantry tank role in British armor doctrine.

Eventually, the Matilda was replaced by the Valentine. Like the Valentine, it was supplied to Soviet forces under a lend-lease scheme.

Around 1, were provided; they were generally given new tracks and simplified suspension with bogie skids, re-designed side skirts, and other modifications.

This is a German tank crew figure set. The last German figure set was designed way back in This comprehensive set features 8 figures in highly realistic pose, that are adaptable to use with a multitude of WWII German armor kits.

It was built on the reliable and versatile Pz. It was ordered by Hitler himself, and produced in various incarnations from April to March The most numerous was the late production variant depicted by this model.

It used the Pz. J chassis and had a simplified boxy fighting compartment with an extrusion on the top-left to house a machine gun. In a losing battle, its dedicated Assault Tank Battalions fought in Hungary and the former Czechoslovakia.

British armor doctrine in the s up to the outbreak of WWII called for 2 types of tank - more mobile cruiser tanks and heavy, slow infantry tanks.

It was based upon existing cruiser tank designs and relatively easy to manufacture, a critical point for the British military after it had lost so much material during the Dunkirk evacuation in The Valentine would see extensive action in North Africa, particularly the Mk.

IV variants they had different engines depicted by this kit. Over 4, were also handed over to the Soviet Union under the lend-lease agreement, the Red Army using them mainly for recon work.

This is an assembly model of the U. The kit uses all new tooling with the exception of the suspension parts as they are from the M4A3E8 Sherman "Easy Eight" model kit.

The M40 was a significant step in U. Army artillery mechanization, pairing the M1 mm gun with the proven M4 Sherman chassis. Armor was light given its intended use as a long range weapon they were effective up to It was fitted with smooth horizontal volute spring suspension HVSS.

Over were produced before the end of WWII; although they never fought in the conflict, one example of their T83 prototype did.

The M40 served in the Korean War, and was eventually replaced by the M Based upon the T light tank chassis, it was production-friendly and some 11, were manufactured between and Superior mobility was its calling card, and the SUM was also able to operate in close unison with infantry units.

Just as importantly, it made great use of Tinspired sloped armor, up to 80mm in places. As things turned out, development of the Panther was rushed as the German situation worsened, and this led to severe reliability problems in engagements such as the Battle of Kursk in July Despite that, it proved offensively and defensively highly capable.

D was the initial variant of the Panther; were manufactured between January and September D with sloped armor, and long 7.

Tamiya designers studied a real Panther in the Netherlands to ensure stunning accuracy. D-specific features such as smoke dischargers and rear panel layout are authentically depicted.

It was manufactured from until to equip armored divisions of the Cavalry. For its day it was a relatively agile medium-weight tank, superior in armor and armament to both its French and foreign competitors, such as the contemporary versions of the German Panzerkampfwagen III.

It was constructed from well-sloped, mainly cast, armor sections, that however made it expensive to produce and time-consuming to maintain.

While not given a chance to show its full effectiveness during the Battle of France in , the SOMUA showed up strongly in a number of battles with German forces and indeed was used by German forces after the French defeat and even by the Allies after the liberation of France in It was among the first French tanks developed for use as a cavalry tank, as opposed to the previous infantry roles the tank was largely restricted to under French military doctrine.

A cast metal body with armor up to 56mm thick gave excellent protection from German guns, and offensively it could rely on a powerful 47mm gun that repeatedly tore through German tanks.

The original Jagdpanzer IV tank destroyer was based upon the Panzer IV vehicle and used extensive sloped armor with the caliber 7.

In January , it was decided to upgrade the Jagdpanzer IV, with the powerful caliber 7. 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.

This model is perfect and right on time to liven up late Second World War dioramas. Why not use the figures and tank model together to create a thrilling diorama of a scene from the First World War?

A machine gunner figure is depicted firing whilst laying on the ground. They include Lee-Enfield weapons, a Lewis light machine gun, helmets, gas mask cases, water canisters, trench-digging tools and more.

It was often called a "seep" an abbreviation of "seagoing jeep" on account of its amphibious nature. Around 12, units were produced by This kit includes a variety of new parts to update Item U.

The full size vehicle featured an 8. Even though the vehicle was lightly armored, the PAK43 weapon was capable of penetrating mm of armor at 1, 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.

The MA1 was a variant of the M, a military utility truck which was used by the U. Army and Marine Corps from to the early s.

It was first released to troops in , and compared to the original, it had modified rear suspension and also received turn signals on its front fender.

Some variants of the MA1 were equipped with a mm rifle, and some even revamped to serve as ambulances. The vehicle also served in the Vietnam War.

New parts include front grille with separate headlight parts, rear panel and swing-arm suspension. The MA2 was a variant of the M, a military utility truck which was used by the U.

The MA2 variant was first deployed in and featured modifications such as upgraded rear suspension, larger turn signals on the front, and an M2 heavy machine gun in place of the previous M It includes a total of 3 figures.

Accessories such as folding bed, bags, ammunition and M2 mount are also new parts. The Type 1 Self-Propelled Gun was produced from , and around were manufactured.

Due to severe damage suffered during their transportation to the front line in the Phillipines, a large number of Type 1s never actually made it into battle, but those that did are said to have been rated highly by the opposing U.

The M Gama Goat was seven years in development until production of the vehicle began in Its unique name was derived from the creator of its articulated joint, Roger Gamaunt, and its mountain goat-like climbing ability.

Its excellent rough-terrain mobility was tempered somewhat by problems with tricky handling and maintenance, as well as its being rather noisy, but the Gama Goat continued in service until it was effectively replaced by the HMMWV in the late s.

Among the many advances from the previous Type 90 model are a Japanese-made mm smoothbore main gun, and the so-called C4I system.

This state-of-the-art computerized system allows the Type 10 to be connected to a computer network and share information with other tanks, enabling co-ordinated actions.

Constantly modified throughout its service, many were fitted with the mm M68 gun. Even after it was retired from IDF service, the Tiran 5 continued to see action in various guises in a number of countries across the world.

During the Invasion of Iraq, the U. The upgrade included features such as reactive armor on the hull sides, hull underside armor to protect against land mines, an M2 machine gun mounted above the main gun barrel, infrared cameras for the crew, and an external telephone for communication with accompanying infantry.

A further development called TUSK II added features such as tile-shaped reactive armor to the turret and hull sides, armored shield for the commander, and a rear-view camera.

These kits could be installed in field depots in about 12 hours and different tanks had different features equipped.

The above images are test shots of the sprues for this kit. Once the kit becomes production, we will update these pictures.

Many of these were lost during the Yom Kippur War so Ts were ordered in Many countries thus developed upgrades in order to modernize the T and Iraq was no exception.

Although the official Iraqi designation is not known, their upgraded variant was called T "Enigma" by Coalition forces during the Gulf War.

This Iraqi variant focused on armor upgrades and was likely modeled after the TAM, which featured extra armor blocks on the glacis and turret.

The Enigma expanded on this to also include armor blocks on the sides of the hull and the rear of the turret. These blocks were made up of armor plates welded into boxes to create a sort of spaced armor and they were then attached to the hull and turret.

A smaller armor block was installed on the front section of each mudguard and eight other blocks were mounted along each side of the hull.

Two sets of four armor blocks curved along the front and sides of the turret, with the fo. Weltkrieg nicht ausreichend war. The Simca 5 was a small passenger car which debuted in March It was almost identical to the Fiat 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 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 brought inexpensive private motoring to the masses in Germany and Italy respectively.

It was also very fuel efficient. These were pressed into military service as staff cars for transporting personnel and liaison duties.

Over 46, Simca 5s were built by the time production ended in 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.

It was to be a replacement for the M4 Sherman, which was the standard U. Army tank at the time, and features such as a lower profile hull and cast turret were incorporated during the development process of the various prototypes.

This eventually culminated in the T26E1 prototype armed with the 90mm M3 gun, and from that stemmed the production version which was called the T26E3.

The first T26E3s were sent to Europe in January , and as they were deployed to the battlefield, they were re-designated M

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Modelers will definitely need to scout out this revamped recce vehicle that saw service on both the Eastern and Western Fronts. Indeed, it bears absolutely no relation to the old kit.

The turret looks rather futuristic, and it creates an innovative-looking German combat vehicle from late in WWII. The kit comes with radio sets and photo-etched racks in which to mount them.

Newly tooled parts are the antenna mount. It also comes with a bonus driver figure as well. This tank operated with 8.

It is unclear what the name refers to, whether a girlfriend of a crewmember or a contraction of "Tiger Kind" i. This company was formed in November and its first mission was Kharkov.

This new kit inherits existing components from other Tigers but, where necessary, new parts have been specifically created too.

These include the gun mantlet, the storage bin on the back of the turret and the spare-track bracket. Some parts of its on-vehicle materiel are new too.

To ease assembly, the tank includes convenient DS tracks as well. This is truly a masterpiece, with "TiKi" the Tiger ready to foray into the Russian city of Kharkov to do battle straight from the box.

There were a great many variants of well-known Sd. One of the rarer ones was the Sd. Armed with Zwillingssockel 36 dual-mount machine guns, it was envisioned as a mobile antiaircraft vehicle.

The weapons were operated by a single soldier on an integrated seat. Dragon has expanded its formidable Sd. While this halftrack variant never saw battle, it was field-tested, offering modelers ample scope if they elect to put it into a suitable diorama.

The Zwillingssockel 36 is newly tooled with highly detailed plastic injection and photo-etched parts. The front armored shield is also newly tooled.

To create this Sd. This halftrack type has not appeared as a plastic kit before, so it offers modelers something different.

These were known as the Tauchpanzer III, and they had the ability to drive along the seafloor totally submerged thanks to a breathing apparatus. F, of which German industry produced units between September and July They had a 3.

This new kit comes with special enhancement for the benefit of modelers. These cameramen are in much demand because no other such cameraman figure combination exists in injection-molded plastic.

If modelers have never built a diving tnak before, now is the perfect time to get their feet wet! Detaillierter Plastikmodellbausatz des Modells Pz.

Its combat debut occurred during the titanic Battle of Kursk. Operated by a crew of six, the SPH could also carry 18 rounds for the main armament.

Now it has been revamped yet again, and what sets the newest release apart is the inclusion of Winterketten tracks. The Winterketten were extended track links to improve traction in icy and snowy conditions.

And to make it as easy as possible for modelers, Dragon has produced the Winterketten as Magic Track. Since this Magic Track line is not always easily obtainable today, this is a perfect opportunity for folk to get hold of these again.

This allows interior fittings to be accurately sized and shaped. The flight of the bumble bee has soared to new heights thanks to this wintry Hummel!

Detailierter Plastikbausatz des Modells Sd. This is obvious with the newest member of the family — a Pz. Production of the Ausf. D commenced in October , with some tanks produced altogether through till May Like its predecessors, the Ausf.

D mounted a short-barreled 7. Major improvements on this mark were thicker armor on the sides and rear upgraded from 15mm to 20mm and the fitting of an external mantlet.

A hull machine gun was reintroduced in front of the radio operator. The tank weighed 20 tons and it was operated by a crew of five.

Dragon has offered kits of the Ausf. D before, but this latest model is a brand new item that utilizes completely new toolings.

Furthermore, the highly experienced design team has sought to minimize the number of parts wherever possible so that model-makers are spared the ardor of repetitive assembly.

This kit fits together with ease, and it now offers even more assembly pleasure thanks to the clever engineering.

Indeed, the early-war Panzer IV D has been given a new lease of life! Detailierter Plastikmodellbausatz des Modells Pz. D has been given a new lease of life!

Boasting a 57mm main gun and two Type 97 machine guns, this tank was intended to serve as an up-scaled version of the Type 95 for infantry support.

A total of 2, tanks were produced from , most of which had the low-velocity 57mm gun. The kit was thoroughly researched by a Japanese design team, based on investigations and measurements of several surviving tanks.

This level of research ensures that it will be undeniably the most accurate and precise Chi-Ha available on the market. The engine deck layout, toolbox, shovel, rear-plate brackets and distinctive flaps on the engine deck are all correctly depicted for an early-production tank.

The kit resorts widely to slide molds so that fewer parts are needed. Naturally, this leads to a perfect balance of easy assembly and accuracy, which is what Smart Kits are all about!

Dragon has come up with extremely exciting combination for Item No. It features a Tiger I Mid-Production tank, a famous vehicle that needs no introduction.

What makes the kit special is the accompanying Borgward IV Ausf. A heavy demolition vehicle, which could drop off a kg explosive charge.

It was introduced in , with of the 3. There were three companies that operated the Borgward IV. One of these, Panzer Kompanie Fkl , was subordinated to s.

It had 14 Tiger Is, and its first combat was at Anzio in early The Tiger I has Zimmerit, in keeping with that period of the war and for s.

This includes a new antenna and base on the right side of the turret, with this antenna being used to communicate with the demolition charge-carrying vehicle.

The well-detailed Borgward IV has not been on the market for a considerable period of time, so its release is much anticipated. Of course, its inclusion with the Tiger I to represent a combination used by C Company of s.

Detailierter Plastikbausatz des Modells Pz. A Heavy Demolition Vehicle s. A heavy demonlition charge vehicle. Operated via radio by its crew, the remotely controlled Borgward IV could drop off a kg explosive charge.

Both tracked vehicles are well detailed and beautifully engineered. Together, they permit modelers to create a fascinating diorama straight from the box.

Either way, these two vehicles in one box represent good value for money. One family member was the Sd. C Flammpanzerwagen, which, as its name suggests, carried flamethrowers.

Indeed, there were two 14mm projectors mounted on each hull side. These were supplied by two fuel tanks totaling liters of flammable mixture.

This was enough to fuel 80 bursts lasting up to two seconds each. A total of such halftrack flamethrowers were built from January onwards.

The newest kit portrays such a flammpanzerwagen with a welded hull and there is an impressive level of detail visible in the open-topped fighting compartment, including the projectors, spray tubes and fuel tanks.

Indeed, two sets of projectors are offered with or without covers to ensure modelers can display the kit precisely as they wish.

Two flame operator figures and a driver figure are included, and the former even come with alternate heads wearing field caps or flame proof hoods.

Detailierter Plastikbausatz des Modells 1: It has been some time since Dragon issued a member of the Sd. The Wurfrahmen 40, literally "launch frame 40", was introduced in late to give units more firepower.

The launch frames for 28cm high-explosive HE or 32cm incendiary rockets could be fitted to a variety of vehicle chassis, and in the Sd.

D family, and as such the kit comes with an impressive level of detail visible in the open-topped fighting compartment.

Of course, what sets this kit apart is the three projector frames attached to each side of the armored hull, these giving the model a fearsome appearance.

These crates are well detailed, and they can be filled with either 32cm WK Flammgranate rockets or 28cm Sprengranate HE rockets.

Detailierter Plastikmodellbausatz des Modells Sd. A during Operation Barbarossa on the Eastern Front in At that time he fought with the elite LAH Division.

A was the first variant of the Stug. The type mounted a short-barreled 7. We have previously introduced high-quality kits of the StuG.

E, so this kit of the Ausf. Not only does it allow modelers to build a stunning Ausf. This kit is superbly detailed, featuring a brand new upper hull and superstructure roof.

There are also two new storage boxes on the rear. There were a great many variants in Sd. One was the Sd. In the rear compartment was an 8cm GrW34 mortar.

A crew of five operated the vehicle and its mounted mortar within the platoons of light armored reconnaissance companies. It is far more than the sum of its components that were previously available from Dragon — an Sd.

The one-piece upper hull from the hood to the rear plate is completely new, for example, in order to replicate the correct shape and details of this mortar variant.

The vehicle interior has received a makeover too, including new mortar base, ammo boxes, seats, engine and full interiors to match the mortar version.

There is ample ammunition storage as well. This is a new halftrack variant from Dragon, and it does look different from others that have gone before.

For modelers seeking extra firepower and impact, this Sd. This newest Grille kit comes with a generous selection of photo-etched parts to complement the high-quality plastic components.

As a special addition to celebrate this release, Dragon is including a complementary figure set of self-propelled artillery crewmen to populate the vehicle.

It was essentially a hybrid combining the hull of a Type 95 Ha-Go light tank with a turret from the Type 97 Chi-Ha medium tank. When the Type 97 was up-gunned with a higher-velocity 47mm gun, turrets with the original low-velocity 57mm tank gun became surplus and were installed onto the obsolete Type It was operated by a crew of three.

Most tanks were retained on the Japanese mainland in anticipation of an Allied invasion, but some saw combat against the Soviets in Korea and Manchuria.

The team conducted research on the real tank, produced highly accurate technical drawings, created the stunning box art and supervised the whole project to a successful conclusion.

There are numerous new kit parts such as the turret with the characteristic ring antenna. A total of 50 of these armed command tanks were produced between December and February M chassis, and a star antenna was used instead of the previously favored frame antenna.

The turret, adopted from a Panzer IV Ausf. F, featured a shorter mantlet, while the coaxial machine gun was deleted and an extra visor was added to the turret front.

Dragon previously released a Pz. Besides, the horizontal upper-hull plate is new to fit the larger Panzer IV turret that was installed, plus the turret frontal armor, truncated gun mantlet and visor are new.

Also new is the superstructure frontal armor plate plus three spare antennas stowed on the right-hand fender. Modelers seeking something a little different from a run-of-the-mill Panzer III need look no farther than this well-armed command tank.

A number of Panther Ausf. G vehicles, in fact, were converted into command tanks from May to February These were known in German as the Panzerbefehlswagen, and they were used as battalion and regimental command vehicles, as well as for ground-to-air liaison.

These command tanks still retained the 7. The Befehls-Panther added an additional radio, which caused a corresponding reduction in ammunition stowage.

As the name indicates, this command tank is based on a Panther Ausf. For example, there is a star antenna on the engine deck and the correct mantlet for a command Panther is present.

DS tracks are included for easy assembly. It was 11m long and operated by a crew of five. It came about from Japanese experience in the Solomon Islands, where it was difficult to resupply troops by sea.

In fact, the only parts in common with previous Dragon releases are its wheels and tracks. The slide-molded hull is made from one piece, which eases construction and ensures accuracy.

Details on the top of the hull are finely reproduced, as is the cabin at the front of the hull. The T28 Super Heavy Tank is one of the most astonishing kits to emerge from Dragon in recent times!

The T28 was designed to breach the defenses of the Siegfried Line during the latter part of WWII, but the ton monstrosity arrived too late to participate in the war.

Its name was altered to mm Gun Motor Carriage T95 in March since the armament was hull-mounted rather than in a turret.

Dragon has overhauled its T28 kit and assigned it a new mm T7 main gun of the type used on the developmental T30 Heavy Tank.

Thankfully for these many fans, Dragon now allows them to produce and own such a mighty armored vehicle! The size of the model is simply overwhelming — the lower hull is more than mm long!

The double track runs are made from DS tracks, and the outer tracks can be detached just like the real ones should a modeler decide to opt for this configuration.

The impressive mm gun barrel is newly produced. As a special bonus, modelers can either choice to build the T28 with parts provided in the box as well.

A several years ago. A was obviously the grandfather, with 35 tanks produced from October to March It stemmed from a development contract issued to Krupp in The design featured a short-barreled 7.

As befitting what was essentially a pre-series design, the maximum armor thickness on the With the Panzer IV Ausf. A slated to see service in the campaigns in Poland, Norway and France, there was obviously a need to improve the thickness of its armor.

Thus, a number of Panzer IV Ausf. A tanks were up-armored by adding extra armor plates on the front hull and glacis. This particular variant has been created by supplying the relevant additional armor plates that fit onto the front end of the tank.

Indeed, the kit has been up-armored in precisely the same way as the original was! Additionally, the front inspection hatches have been newly made by photo-etched parts with different details compared to the previously provided ones.

This kit offers greater protection to the crew…and more variety for the modeler! Development work of Sd. The production variant of this 8-wheeled vehicle boasted a 7.

Only 89 vehicles were produced between December and March , and that particular vehicle is represented by Item No.

Interestingly, an improved Sd. However, this novel platform can now be had by model-makers thanks to Dragon! It thus boasts handy features such as driveshafts and tie rods that allow the wheels to be angled.

However, the kit has also been outfitted with the proposed more powerful anti-tank weapon. So just what is this newest technological leap forward?

In other words, no master figure is produced or needed. There are three figures in this new set depicting soldiers fighting in the Battle of Smolensk and Roslavl in After enormous success during the invasion of Russia, German forces were delayed at Smolensk from 10 July to 10 September Although a Russian counterattack there failed, this defensive battle was critical to Russia as it slowed the German advance and made reaching Moscow that much more difficult.

The poses of these three soldiers are designed to be universally versatile. The trio is standing in relatively relaxed poses.

A close examination of these molded plastic figures reveals how impeccable all the computer-generated detail is.

These are all bonus items in addition to the hi-tech figures themselves. While these German soldiers might be just standing around, the technology that Dragon used to create them has leapt forward by a generation!

The new kit represents a 4x2 ambulance based on the famous German 3-ton truck range, which was used for myriad purposes by German soldiers during WWII.

Indeed, underscoring its importance, by some 70, 4x2 trucks had been produced, along with at least 25, additional 4x4 trucks. The ambulance version featured a box body installed behind the standard cab to carry lying or seated casualties for medical evacuation.

Likewise, the rear ambulance body is borrowed from the Maultier Ambulance kit. It includes a delicate access ladder on the rear, while the rear door opens to reveal an outfitted ambulance interior.

New parts added to the mix are stowage boxes located under the box body. Furthermore, the widely used German ambulance can be depicted in any theater and time period of WWII, giving modelers unlimited options for painting and weathering.

Germany produced a number of tank destroyers in an effort to resist the tide of armor pushing against it from all sides. As indicated by its name, this vehicle was based on an unchanged Panzer IV chassis specifically an Ausf.

J and it was produced by Alkett as an interim design. The suspension features three return rollers per side, plus there are other detail differences appropriate to a Late-Production vehicle.

There are Schurzen side skirts and of special interest is the mounted MP44 Vorsatz "P", a weapon with a curved barrel to protect blind-spots not covered by the mounted MG42 machine gun.

The gun breech is fully represented, and it can be viewed through the open roof hatches. Welcome to the new family addition! On 6 April , Germany invaded the nation of Greece.

It was forced to do so by the failure of the earlier Italian invasion to conquer Greece in October The Germans codenamed this invasion Operation Marita.

When the German assault kicked off, most Greek troops were on the Albanian border fighting the Italians. Therefore, the German second front striking from Bulgaria immediately put Greek forces, as well as a small contingent of British Commonwealth troops, on the back foot.

Greek forces on the Albanian border were quickly outflanked, forcing their surrender, while Commonwealth troops performed a tactical retreat with an eye to evacuation.

Athens fell on 27 April within three weeks of the campaign beginning. Operation Marita ended three days later with the complete conquest of the Greek mainland.

The four newly tooled figures are beautifully sculpted in lifelike poses. Even the badges on their jackets are sharply molded. As WWII progressed, Germany was forced to desperately cobble together whatever armored vehicles it could to get them onto the field of battle.

B light tank and mounting a 7. This vehicle is believed to be a one-off field conversion that appeared late in the war, with photographic evidence placing it in the vicinity of Berlin.

Additionally, the vehicle has a full interior in fighting compartment. The ultra-slim small gun shield is made to accurate dimensions, and there is judicious provision of photo-etched metal parts to represent more delicate elements.

It was planned that Germany would conduct an amphibious invasion of Great Britain under the codename Operation Sea Lion, and to this end a number of Panzer IIIs were especially converted into diving tanks.

In the end these tanks were not used to cross the English Channel as it was decided to bring Britain to its knees via the Luftwaffe instead. The box contains all necessary parts to make the diving tank, including waterproofing items for the gun shield and turret ring.

There is an array of photo-etched components for adding extra detail too. Furthermore, this tank assembles easily thanks to the inclusion of brand new DS tracks.

Of course, this opens up modeling opportunities. Based on actual measurements from surviving tanks, that particular kit Item No. Now Dragon has released another Type 95 plastic kit, this time depicting one with Late-Production features.

Indeed, it was the most common light tank used by the IJA in the Pacific, with about 2, units manufactured by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.

It had a crew of three, and the main armament was a Type 94 37mm gun. The kit has received many new parts so it can accurately depict a Late-Production "Ha-Go".

The frontal armor and glacis plate are suitably modified too, plus the towing hook on the front is new. Meanwhile, the turret and one-piece upper hull and lower hull remain unchanged.

In fact, every single sprue in the kit employs slide molds, which is an astounding achievement! The road wheels, idlers, sprockets and return rollers are slide-molded, whilst the DS slide-molded track links are accurately replicated in miniature so as to incorporate side details.

The "Ha-Go" was used in diverse battlefield locations, so modelers can really go to town by producing any scenario such as jungle-clad terrain or a Pacific tropical island!

This iconic WWII vehicle was produced from , with more than , rolling off American production lines. These small 4x4 vehicles were employed in numerous battlefield tasks, with one role being that of reconnaissance and scouting.

Some vehicles involved in such missions were fitted with steel plates to better protect the occupants, and early efforts soon led to the fitting of specially designed armor kits.

Followed on from a very popular earlier release Item No. Such an improvised weapon installation was observed on scout jeeps during the Battle of the Bulge, for example.

The vehicle features a solid one-piece body tub for accurate assembly and alignment. Under the hood is an extremely realistic-looking engine that assembles from multiple parts; it can be shown off if the modeler chooses to model the hood up.

Atop the hood, the windscreen is depicted wrapped in a canvas cover. The new armor plates are rendered in photo-etched metal to give a true-to-scale appearance, while other metal components provide items such as tool mounting brackets, hood retainers and various straps.

All in all, this is one extremely potent little vehicle! With Allied aircraft increasingly dominating the skies over Europe as WWII progressed, there was a need for more effective self-propelled antiaircraft guns.

In August an order was placed for Ostwind vehicles, with this vehicle featuring a more capable 3. The turret was open-topped to allow fumes to dissipate.

A crew of six operated the tonne Ostwind, and a total of 43 such weapons were produced mostly on rebuilt Panzer IV tank chassis.

Owing to the turret being open-topped, all the relevant details on the gun and inside the turret are well represented. The cannon is particularly well defined and the barrel can be posed in any one of several different angles depending on whether the modeler has an aerial or ground target in view.

The hull also carries a readymade Zimmerit coating that is masterfully represented. Inside the box, modelers will find many slide-molded plastic components.

This latest kit from Dragon allows modelers to create the Flakpanzer IV Ostwind that was used by Flugabwehrzug antiaircraft platoons to protect units from marauding aircraft late in the war.

Dieser erbitterte Kampf fand zwischen Oktober und Januar statt, bevor die sowjetischen Gegenoffensiven das Blatt wendeten. Dies war der erste strenge Winter, dem die deutschen Truppen.

The upcoming kit represents a German design that reached only prototype status, but which is a fascinating subject nonetheless. The vehicle is the Ardelt-Rheinmetall 8.

The conceptual idea behind this weapon system was a self-propelled mount for the powerful but heavy 8. Ardelt and Rheinmetall combined to build the first prototype and tests were conducted on this Ardelt I.

It utilized a 38 t chassis with four road wheels per side. An improved prototype Ardelt II was later produced by Ardelt and Krupp, but the end of the war intervened before production got off the ground.

The open-top fighting compartment is filled with details, and the armor plates surrounding it have been carefully manufactured to achieve the correct scale thickness.

Taking center stage, of course, is the massive 8. This weapon is fully reproduced from the tip of its muzzle brake to the breech.

Detailierter Plastikmodellbausatz des Modells Ardelt-Rheinmetall 8. Germany fielded a wide range of halftracks during WWII. Several specialist vehicles were based on this halftrack design, among them the Sd.

This type had a platform on the rear for carrying an antiaircraft 2cm FlaK 30 cannon. The purpose-built platform had fold-down sides and rear for the seven-man crew to serve and traverse the weapon.

Dragon has now expanded the family with an Sd. Moreover the kit comes with an array of NEW parts like the loading ramps which can be either assembled for dismounting the gun in the rear or put in front of the vehicle.

Besides, it receives new handle on both sides. Designed to hit low-flying Allied aircraft, and with plenty of spare ammo available in the trailer, this vehicle will also be a hit with modelers!

Angesichts ihres komplizierten Namens ist es nicht verwunderlich, dass dieses Fahrzeug so wenig bekannt ist!

Das Tonnen-Fahrzeug war mit einer 10,5 cm le. Die Produktion sollte im Februar beginnen, doch hat nie ein fertiges Fahrzeug das Werk verlassen.

Die in einem Kampfraum mit offenem Dach montierte Haubitze des Typs le. Enthalten sind vier Soldaten aus der Endkriegszeit.

Damit passen sie zum Beispiel an die West- oder auch die Ostfront. War is characterized by long periods of boredom punctuated by frenetic bursts of activity.

The box contains three German Wehrmacht anti-tank crewmen eating their supper. This is such a typical scene on any battlefield, but so few kit manufacturers have bothered to represent it.

This cannon emanates from a previous Dragon release, but the accompanying soldiers certainly bring it to life. The three soldiers are well sculpted in greatcoats and caps, suggesting an autumn or winter scene somewhere on the frontlines.

Two crewmen are digging into the mouthwatering! This domestic-looking set fills a gap in the range of plastic figures currently available on the market.

The canvas hood is depicted in retracted position. The Type 90 main battle tank reached units from , with examples manufactured by A mm smoothbore gun put it on the cutting edge at the time of its design.

The Type 73 was adopted back in but served concurrently with the Type 90 until deployment ended around This model kit recreates the U.

The kit itself is from the Tamiya-Italeri series. It further updates the original release from with more molding improvements, brand new parts, and even photo-etched parts included!

Of course, it also includes Tamiya figures, accessories, full instruction manual, and decals, all packaged in a new Tamiya box! About the Paladin Deployed from onwards, the MA6 continued a series of self-propelled howitzers that started in Like other products in the series, it updates the original Italeri kit it has new and updated parts from the Italian maker, plus Tamiya figures, decals and instruction manual, all packaged in a new Tamiya box!

III variant was up gunned with a 6-pounder gun and more reliable engine that made it a force to be reckoned with. This effectiveness made it the most produced tank in the Crusader family.

This model takes the classic Italeri model of the Sd. Based on a civilian vehicle chassis, they utilized sloped armor and a 20mm cannon.

Even though these vehicles were replaced by 8-wheeled counterparts during that time, they still saw action in Poland and France during WWII.

Commander der den M im Einsatz fuhr. This kit variant includes new parts! Army in the Korean War from It is a classic model from within the Tamiya catalogue, but this version includes updated parts and new marking options for vehicles that fought on the Italian front.

Originally designed as a stopgap, with a production run of , this Pz. II chassis-based howitzer exceeded German expectations. Intended mainly for infantry support, the Pz.

While the crew of 5 were not blessed with overwhelming protection, their vehicle was a mobile threat to Allied forces nonetheless. It was a diminutive tracked vehicle about 1.

Some 7, were produced in all, split between 12V battery and gas engine-powered variants. They were largely deployed by assault pioneer Sturmpionier units, and were hoped to give the advantage of surprise.

They were used on all fronts including German counters to the allied invasions in Normandy. As WWII progressed, British troops found that their 2-pounder and 6-pounder guns were being rendered obsolete by German armor, and planners decided to develop a vehicle using the powerful pounder The vehicle chosen to mount the gun on was the Valentine; the turret was removed and replaced with a fighting compartment — this would be known as the Archer.

Interestingly, as there was little time to re-organize the cramped layout, the pounder had to be mounted pointing rearwards to fit it in.

As a result, the Archer moved and fired in opposite directions. The British continued using it until the early s. This kit updates the popular British Matilda Item with parts to recreate a Soviet-spec Matilda.

The tank itself was a durable, heavy design with 2-pounder gun that was well-suited to the slower infantry tank role in British armor doctrine.

Eventually, the Matilda was replaced by the Valentine. Like the Valentine, it was supplied to Soviet forces under a lend-lease scheme.

Around 1, were provided; they were generally given new tracks and simplified suspension with bogie skids, re-designed side skirts, and other modifications.

This is a German tank crew figure set. The last German figure set was designed way back in This comprehensive set features 8 figures in highly realistic pose, that are adaptable to use with a multitude of WWII German armor kits.

It was built on the reliable and versatile Pz. It was ordered by Hitler himself, and produced in various incarnations from April to March The most numerous was the late production variant depicted by this model.

It used the Pz. J chassis and had a simplified boxy fighting compartment with an extrusion on the top-left to house a machine gun.

In a losing battle, its dedicated Assault Tank Battalions fought in Hungary and the former Czechoslovakia. British armor doctrine in the s up to the outbreak of WWII called for 2 types of tank - more mobile cruiser tanks and heavy, slow infantry tanks.

It was based upon existing cruiser tank designs and relatively easy to manufacture, a critical point for the British military after it had lost so much material during the Dunkirk evacuation in The Valentine would see extensive action in North Africa, particularly the Mk.

IV variants they had different engines depicted by this kit. Over 4, were also handed over to the Soviet Union under the lend-lease agreement, the Red Army using them mainly for recon work.

This is an assembly model of the U. The kit uses all new tooling with the exception of the suspension parts as they are from the M4A3E8 Sherman "Easy Eight" model kit.

The M40 was a significant step in U. Army artillery mechanization, pairing the M1 mm gun with the proven M4 Sherman chassis.

Armor was light given its intended use as a long range weapon they were effective up to It was fitted with smooth horizontal volute spring suspension HVSS.

Over were produced before the end of WWII; although they never fought in the conflict, one example of their T83 prototype did.

The M40 served in the Korean War, and was eventually replaced by the M Based upon the T light tank chassis, it was production-friendly and some 11, were manufactured between and Superior mobility was its calling card, and the SUM was also able to operate in close unison with infantry units.

Just as importantly, it made great use of Tinspired sloped armor, up to 80mm in places. As things turned out, development of the Panther was rushed as the German situation worsened, and this led to severe reliability problems in engagements such as the Battle of Kursk in July Despite that, it proved offensively and defensively highly capable.

D was the initial variant of the Panther; were manufactured between January and September D with sloped armor, and long 7.

Tamiya designers studied a real Panther in the Netherlands to ensure stunning accuracy. D-specific features such as smoke dischargers and rear panel layout are authentically depicted.

It was manufactured from until to equip armored divisions of the Cavalry. For its day it was a relatively agile medium-weight tank, superior in armor and armament to both its French and foreign competitors, such as the contemporary versions of the German Panzerkampfwagen III.

It was constructed from well-sloped, mainly cast, armor sections, that however made it expensive to produce and time-consuming to maintain.

While not given a chance to show its full effectiveness during the Battle of France in , the SOMUA showed up strongly in a number of battles with German forces and indeed was used by German forces after the French defeat and even by the Allies after the liberation of France in It was among the first French tanks developed for use as a cavalry tank, as opposed to the previous infantry roles the tank was largely restricted to under French military doctrine.

A cast metal body with armor up to 56mm thick gave excellent protection from German guns, and offensively it could rely on a powerful 47mm gun that repeatedly tore through German tanks.

The original Jagdpanzer IV tank destroyer was based upon the Panzer IV vehicle and used extensive sloped armor with the caliber 7.

In January , it was decided to upgrade the Jagdpanzer IV, with the powerful caliber 7. 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.

This model is perfect and right on time to liven up late Second World War dioramas. Why not use the figures and tank model together to create a thrilling diorama of a scene from the First World War?

A machine gunner figure is depicted firing whilst laying on the ground. They include Lee-Enfield weapons, a Lewis light machine gun, helmets, gas mask cases, water canisters, trench-digging tools and more.

It was often called a "seep" an abbreviation of "seagoing jeep" on account of its amphibious nature. Around 12, units were produced by This kit includes a variety of new parts to update Item U.

The full size vehicle featured an 8. Even though the vehicle was lightly armored, the PAK43 weapon was capable of penetrating mm of armor at 1, 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.

The MA1 was a variant of the M, a military utility truck which was used by the U. Army and Marine Corps from to the early s.

It was first released to troops in , and compared to the original, it had modified rear suspension and also received turn signals on its front fender.

Some variants of the MA1 were equipped with a mm rifle, and some even revamped to serve as ambulances. The vehicle also served in the Vietnam War.

New parts include front grille with separate headlight parts, rear panel and swing-arm suspension. The MA2 was a variant of the M, a military utility truck which was used by the U.

The MA2 variant was first deployed in and featured modifications such as upgraded rear suspension, larger turn signals on the front, and an M2 heavy machine gun in place of the previous M It includes a total of 3 figures.

Accessories such as folding bed, bags, ammunition and M2 mount are also new parts. The Type 1 Self-Propelled Gun was produced from , and around were manufactured.

Due to severe damage suffered during their transportation to the front line in the Phillipines, a large number of Type 1s never actually made it into battle, but those that did are said to have been rated highly by the opposing U.

The M Gama Goat was seven years in development until production of the vehicle began in Its unique name was derived from the creator of its articulated joint, Roger Gamaunt, and its mountain goat-like climbing ability.

Its excellent rough-terrain mobility was tempered somewhat by problems with tricky handling and maintenance, as well as its being rather noisy, but the Gama Goat continued in service until it was effectively replaced by the HMMWV in the late s.

Among the many advances from the previous Type 90 model are a Japanese-made mm smoothbore main gun, and the so-called C4I system. This state-of-the-art computerized system allows the Type 10 to be connected to a computer network and share information with other tanks, enabling co-ordinated actions.

Constantly modified throughout its service, many were fitted with the mm M68 gun. Even after it was retired from IDF service, the Tiran 5 continued to see action in various guises in a number of countries across the world.

During the Invasion of Iraq, the U. The upgrade included features such as reactive armor on the hull sides, hull underside armor to protect against land mines, an M2 machine gun mounted above the main gun barrel, infrared cameras for the crew, and an external telephone for communication with accompanying infantry.

A further development called TUSK II added features such as tile-shaped reactive armor to the turret and hull sides, armored shield for the commander, and a rear-view camera.

These kits could be installed in field depots in about 12 hours and different tanks had different features equipped.

The above images are test shots of the sprues for this kit. Once the kit becomes production, we will update these pictures. Many of these were lost during the Yom Kippur War so Ts were ordered in Many countries thus developed upgrades in order to modernize the T and Iraq was no exception.

Although the official Iraqi designation is not known, their upgraded variant was called T "Enigma" by Coalition forces during the Gulf War.

This Iraqi variant focused on armor upgrades and was likely modeled after the TAM, which featured extra armor blocks on the glacis and turret.

The Enigma expanded on this to also include armor blocks on the sides of the hull and the rear of the turret. These blocks were made up of armor plates welded into boxes to create a sort of spaced armor and they were then attached to the hull and turret.

A smaller armor block was installed on the front section of each mudguard and eight other blocks were mounted along each side of the hull. Two sets of four armor blocks curved along the front and sides of the turret, with the fo.

Weltkrieg nicht ausreichend war. The Simca 5 was a small passenger car which debuted in March It was almost identical to the Fiat 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 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 brought inexpensive private motoring to the masses in Germany and Italy respectively.

It was also very fuel efficient. These were pressed into military service as staff cars for transporting personnel and liaison duties. Over 46, Simca 5s were built by the time production ended in 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.

It was to be a replacement for the M4 Sherman, which was the standard U. Army tank at the time, and features such as a lower profile hull and cast turret were incorporated during the development process of the various prototypes.

This eventually culminated in the T26E1 prototype armed with the 90mm M3 gun, and from that stemmed the production version which was called the T26E3.

The first T26E3s were sent to Europe in January , and as they were deployed to the battlefield, they were re-designated M Although over reached the theater before the end of the war, only 20 actually saw combat.

In these limited actions, the M26s proved capable of defeating the German Panther and Tiger tanks they were designed to counter. Thus the T15E1 90mm gun, which was larger in caliber and fired a one-piece shell at a higher muzzle velocity, was developed.

This gun was fitted onto a modified T26E1 prototype, and featured cylindrical stabilizers mounted on the turret to cope with the longer length of the gun barrel.

This was the first "Super Pershing" and it was sent to Europe as well, where it was involved in just a handful of engagements against German tanks.

The second "Super Pershing" was created by modifying a T26E3. This was designated T26E4 and was armed with a T15E2 90mm gun that fired a two-piece ammunition and a redesigned gun mount to eliminate the need for the stabilizers.

The modifications that were tested on this pre-production T26E4 were incorporated into the actual production-spec T26E4s, of which 25 were built before production was canceled.

Farben und Klebstoff sind im Bausatz nicht enthalten. Es handelt sich um einen Bausatz, der ungebaut und unlackiert geliefert wird. The 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. The M5A1 light tank which was developed from the M3 Stuart light tank was put into production from January

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