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World War II Kits


  • Marder III - SdKfz 139 - WWII German Tank Destroyer

    Marder III - SdKfz 139 - WWII German Tank Destroyer

    About the Marder III - SdKfz 139 - WWII German Tank Destroyer: Designed as a stop-gap measure against Soviet tanks, the Marder (marten) series refers to a long line of lightly-armored tank destroyers. When it was discovered that German anti-tank...

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  • WWII German Staff Car

    WWII German Staff Car

    About the WWII German Staff Car: The use of military staff cars began during the First World War. Before the invention of the automobile (and the radio), commanders had to remain close to the front when directing troops. The invention of the automobile...

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  • Semovente Da 75/18 - Self Propelled Gun

    Semovente Da 75/18 - Self Propelled Gun

    About the Semovente Da 75/18 - Self Propelled Gun: Based on the German StuG design, the Italian Semovente Da 75/18 was a self-propelled gun primarily deployed in North Africa and Sicily during World War II. Although produced in small numbers, the...

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  • M4 Sherman - Allied Medium Tank (2018)

    M4 Sherman - Allied Medium Tank (2018)

    About the M4 Sherman: Perhaps the best known Allied tank during World War II, the M4 Sherman was designed to replace the M3 Lee. Named for the eccentric Union General William T. Sherman, the Sherman medium tank was mass produced to help offset...

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  • Crusader Mk III - World War II Cruiser Tank

    Crusader Mk III - World War II Cruiser Tank

    About Crusader Mk III - World War II Cruiser Tank: Unlike the heavier tanks produced by Germany, America, and the Soviet Union, the British specialized in “cruiser” tanks. As the name might suggest, a cruiser tank was relatively faster than...

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  • B-17G - WWII Heavy Bomber

    B-17G - WWII Heavy Bomber

    About B-17G - WWII Heavy Bomber: Among all the aircraft produced during the Second World War, bombers provided military planners with a new tool to wage war – the destruction of production facilities, cities, and military targets far behind enemy...

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  • Sdkfz 222 - German Light Armored Car

    Sdkfz 222 - German Light Armored Car

    About the Sdkfz 222 - German Light Armored Car: The mechanization of war in the early twentieth century resulted in sweeping changes. The advent of the machine gun rendered the cavalry charge ineffective. Replacing this old tactic was the invention of...

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  • MiG-3 - WWII Russian Fighter Interceptor

    MiG-3 - WWII Russian Fighter Interceptor

    About the MiG-3 - WWII Russian Fighter Interceptor: It is difficult to imagine that the ubiquitous Soviet MiG started as an underperforming aircraft. The MiG-3 was an upgrade from the MiG-1, but the improvements were barely noticeable. Although its top...

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  • SPA TL.37 - WWII Light Artillery Tractor

    SPA TL.37 - WWII Light Artillery Tractor

    About SPA TL.37 - WWII Light Artillery Tractor: Developed by Italy, the SPA TL.37 Light Artillery Tractor was among several variants of trucks produced before and during the Second World War. This model was used to haul smaller artillery pieces, as the...

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  • Cannone Da 75/32 - Modello 37

    Cannone Da 75/32 - Modello 37

    About Cannone Da 75/32 - Modello 37: The Cannone da 75/32 was a towed artillery piece developed by Italy shortly before hostilities broke out in World War II. During the 1930’s, Italy recognized the need to upgrade its military hardware. As a...

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  • M3 Lee - WWII Allied Medium Tank

    M3 Lee - WWII Allied Medium Tank

    About the M3 Lee - WWII Allied Medium Tank: Named after the well-known Civil War General Robert E. Lee. The M3 “Lee” and its variants were some of the first American tanks to enter World War II. Equipped with a reliable 340 horsepower...

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  • Bedford QLC - Fuel Bowser

    Bedford QLC - Fuel Bowser

    About the Bedford QLC - Fuel Bowser: Bedford produced a series of military trucks for the British military during World War II. The QLC version had a large tank mounted on the chassis that allowed it to function both as an aircraft refueling...

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  • P-51B Mustang - Long-Range Bomber Escort

    P-51B Mustang - Long-Range Bomber Escort

    About the P-51B Mustang - Long-Range Bomber Escort: World War II pushed aircraft design to new levels never before seen in history. As one of the better-known aircraft to come out of WWII, the P-51B Mustang is a part of the larger Mustang line of escort...

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  • M8 Scott - 75mm Howitzer Motor Carriage

    M8 Scott - 75mm Howitzer Motor Carriage

    About the M8 Scott - 75mm Howitzer Motor Carriage: The M8 75mm Howitzer Motor Carriage was an American self-propelled howitzer vehicle developed during WWII. To make things relatively easy at the time, the Americans took the chassis and hull of the M5...

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  • Focke-Wulf Fw 190 F-8

    Focke-Wulf Fw 190 F-8

    About the Focke-Wulf Fw 190 F-8: The Focke-Wulf Fw 190 F-8 is a German single-seat, single-engine fighter aircraft designed by Kurt Tank in the late 1930s and widely used during WWII. Along with its well-known counterpart, the Messerschmitt Bf-109, the...

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  • Churchill Crocodile Heavy Tank

    Churchill Crocodile Heavy Tank

    About the Churchill Crocodile Heavy Tank: The Churchill Crocodile was a variant of the Churchill Mark VII tank. The "crocodile" designation was for the flamethrower mounted on the front of the tank. Production began in October of 1943. Early in the war,...

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  • Ju 87 B-2 Stuka

    Ju 87 B-2 Stuka

    About the Ju 87 B-2 Stuka: The Junkers 87, or Stuka, was a German dive bomber and ground-attack aircraft designed by Hermann Pholmann in 1935. It made its first combat debut in 1937 with the Luftwaffe’s Condor Legion during the Spanish Civil War,...

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  • IS-3 Pike - Russian Heavy Tank

    IS-3 Pike - Russian Heavy Tank

    About the IS-3 Pike - Russian Heavy Tank: Among the Soviet prototype tanks, the Object 244 and Object 703 (IS-3) came late in the war. Object 244 was an IS-2 rearmed with the long-barreled 85mm cannon and was never produced for service. Object 703 was...

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  • Messerschmitt Me-262 Swallow

    Messerschmitt Me-262 Swallow

    About the Messerschmitt Me-262 Swallow: The Messerschmitt Me 262 was the world’s first operational jet-powered fighter aircraft. The Me 262 was faster and more heavily armed than the Allied fighter, including the British jet-powered Gloster Meteor...

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  • Panzer VIII Maus

    Panzer VIII Maus

    About the Panzer VIII Maus: The Panzer VIII Maus was a super-heavy tank completed in late 1944. Five were originally ordered, but only two hulls and one turret were completed before the testing grounds were captured by the advancing Soviet forces...

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  • 3.7cm Flak 37

    3.7cm Flak 37

    About the 3.7cm Flak 37: The 3.7cm Flak was a series of anti-aircraft cannons produced by Germany that saw extensive use during World War II. The cannon was fully automatic, firing around 150 rounds per minute, making it effective against aircraft up to...

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  • Opel Blitz

    Opel Blitz

    About the Opel Blitz: The Opel Blitz was the name given to various German light and middle-weight trucks built by the German Opel automobile manufacturer during 1930-1975. During the years preceding WWII, Opel was a subsidiary of General Motors. By...

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  • M1A1 155mm Howitzer

    M1A1 155mm Howitzer

    About the M1A1 155mm Howitzer: The M1 155mm Howitzer was one of the main "heavy" guns used by the US Army during World War II (M1A1 specifically refers to the most common carriage type mated to the M1 Howitzer). This powerful weapon was to destroy...

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  • Panzer III - German Medium Tank

    Panzer III - German Medium Tank

    About the Panzer III Designed to be Germany's tank for engaging enemy armor, the Panzer III saw it's successful battlefield debut during the invasion of Poland. It proved to be a reliable and winning design and was continually upgraded and refined...

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  • A27M Cromwell IV - British Cruiser Tank

    A27M Cromwell IV - British Cruiser Tank

    The A27M “Cromwell” Cruiser Tank, named for English Civil War leader Oliver Cromwell, was the first tank put into service by the British to combining a dual-purpose gun, reliable Meteor engine, and reasonable armor in a...

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  • Flak 36 8.8 cm Anti-Aircraft Gun

    Flak 36 8.8 cm Anti-Aircraft Gun

    The Flak 36 8.8cm Anti-Aircraft Cannon, popularly known as the "88," was one of Germany's most lethal weapons of World War II. Originally designed for high-altitude anti-aircraft fire, the deadly effects of the gun's high velocity shells versus ground...

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  • 10.5cm leFH 18 Light Field Howitzer

    10.5cm leFH 18 Light Field Howitzer

    The LeFH 18 was the standard divisional field howitzer used by the Wehrmacht in WWII.  In 1941 the original design was fitted with a muzzle break allowing for greater range, this model was known as the leFH 18M. In March 1942 a requirement was...

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  • Tiger I Ausf H - Premium Black Box Kit

    Tiger I Ausf H - Premium Black Box Kit

    The Legendary Tiger Of all the tank designs to reach the twentieth century battlefield, no other vehicle has attained such legendary and mythical status as the German Tiger heavy tank. Backed up by undeniable battlefield effectiveness, the Tiger’s...

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  • Pak 38 5cm Anti-Tank Gun

    Pak 38 5cm Anti-Tank Gun

    The Pak 38 5cm Anti-Tank Gun was developed as a response to shortcomings found in the Pak 36 3.7cm AT Gun used during the Spanish Civil War. It was put into mass production in 1939 for the Wehrmacht and proved to be one of the few anti-tank weapons...

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  • WWII Jeep

    WWII Jeep

    The 1/4 ton 4x4 General Purpose Utility Car (aka "Jeep") is an American legend born during WWII. Hundreds of thousands of the jeeps were produced in during WWII and remained one of the US military's main general purpose vehicles until the late 1980's...

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  • Panzer IV Ausf F

    Panzer IV Ausf F

    The Panzer IV was the workhorse of the German armored forces during World War II. It saw action on all fronts and was continually upgraded throughout the war. Responding to developments in Allied armor, the Panzer IV Ausf F2 variant was the first to...

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  • M1 81mm Mortar Pack

    M1 81mm Mortar Pack

    The mortar has been an essential piece of artillery equipment in combat situations. The use of indirect fire provides support to advancing troops. As warfare has become more fluid and mobile, the need for squad-portable mobile artillery increased...

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  • WC54 Ambulance

    WC54 Ambulance

    About the WC54 Ambulance: Deployed primarily during World War II and the Korean War, the WC54 Ambulance served as the primary transport vehicle for battlefield causalities. Although produced by American factories, the WC54 was deployed worldwide...

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  • Nebelwerfer 41

    Nebelwerfer 41

    The Nebelwerfer, which means “smoke thrower”, was a rocket launcher used by the Nebeltruppen. The launcher was portable and had a range of 6,900 metres (7,500 yd). Its six barrels could be fired simultaneously. The Nebeltruppen functioned...

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  • Flak 38 2cm Automatic Cannon

    Flak 38 2cm Automatic Cannon

    The FlaK 38 was a 20mm automatic cannon used by German anti-aircraft units throughout World War II. It was the primary German light anti-aircraft gun and the most produced German artillery piece throughout the war. While designed for anti-aircraft use,...

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