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Militär 1:35

1:35 Ger.Machin.Gunn.+Luftw.

Art.-Nr.: 300089641

1:35 US Panzerbesatzung (6)

Art.-Nr.: 300035347

1:35 PzKpfw. Panther Ausf. D

Art.-Nr.: 300035345

Art.Nr.: 300035345 Art.bezeichnung: 1:35 PzKpfw. Panther G Ausf. D

The latest addition to the 1/35 Military Miniature Series depicts the German Panther, a WWII AFV developed by Germany to combat the mighty Russian T-34. Given the importance of stopping the T-34 as the Russians turned the tide in WWII, the Panther was a priority and this was emphasized by armored warfare guru Heinz Guderian's role in the design process. The Panther packed a powerful L/70 7.5cm gun (rumored to have taken out a T-34 at 3km) and combined it with excellent mobility and a 55km/h top speed. Just as importantly, it made great use of T-34-inspired 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 1943. Despite that, it proved offensively and defensively highly capable. The Ausf.D was the initial variant of the Panther; 842 were manufactured between January and September 1943.

About the Model • This is a 1/35 scale plastic model assembly kit. • This completely newly-tooled kit captures the form of the Panther Ausf.D with sloped armor, and long 7.5cm gun. Tamiya designers studied a real Panther in the Netherlands to ensure stunning accuracy. • Ausf.D-specific features such as smoke dischargers and rear panel layout are authentically depicted. • Advanced slide molding techniques ensure that turret details are accurately rendered. • Belt type tracks give an effective finish and make for a smooth assembly process. • Commander torso figure plus full body crew figure included. 3 marking options include Battle of Kursk unit. • Three detail-up parts sets are available to further enhance the realism of your model.


1:35 U.S. M1A2 SEP Abrams TUSK II

Art.-Nr.: 300035326

Art.Nr.: 300035326 Artikelbezeichnung: 1:35 U.S. M1A2 SEP Abrams TUSK II

During the 2003 Invasion of Iraq, the U.S. deployed its latest M1A2 Abrams main battle tanks and these continued to be used in Iraq during the subsequent occupation period. Due to the threats posed by RPGs and improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in the urban environments, the tanks were upgraded with more protection in the form of Tank Urban Survival Kits (TUSK I) in 2004. 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.

About the Model • 1/35 scale plastic assembly model kit of the latest M1A2 SEP Abrams. • Includes parts to depict both TUSK I and TUSK II features. • Detailed parts such as the armored shields for the commander and loader and barrel-mounted M2 machine gun are included. • Intricate curves of the reactive armor tiles are accurately reproduced. • Comes with one commander and one loader figure, both depicted with body armor. • Two marking options for TUSK I and one marking option for TUSK II-equipped tanks included.

1:35 Iraqi Kampfpanzer T-55 Enigma

Art.-Nr.: 300035324

Art.Nr.: 300035324 Artikelbezeichnung: 1:35 Iraqi Kampfpanzer T-55 Enigma

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

Iraq's T-54/55 Tanks

Iraq was a major operator of T-54/55 series tanks and ordered their first 250 T-54s from the former Soviet Union in 1958, followed by 50 more in 1965. Many of these were lost during the Yom Kippur War so 300 T-55s were ordered in 1973. Other purchases followed: 50 and 400 T-55s from the surplus stocks of East Germany and Poland respectively in 1980; 250 T-55s and 150 TR-580s (Romanian version of the T-55) from Egypt and Romania respectively in 1981; another 400 T-55s, including some Czech-built examples, from the former Soviet Union in 1981; and about 1,500 Type 59 and Type 69 tanks were bought from China during the 1980s.

Iraq 'Enigma"

Since the T-54/55s were introduced ill the period after WWII, the basic design was becoming obsolete by the 1980s. Many countries thus developed upgrades in order to modernize the T-55 and Iraq was no exception. Although the official Iraqi designation is not known, their upgraded variant was called T-55 "Enigma" by Coalition forces during the 1991 Gulf War. This Iraqi variant focused on armor upgrades and was likely modeled after the T-55AM, 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. Two large blocks with holes to allow access to the tow hooks were bolted to the glacis, with the left block positioned lower to aid the driver's field of vision. 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

1:35 Israel. Panzer M1 Super Sherman

Art.-Nr.: 300035322

Art.Nr.: 300035322 Artikelbezeichnung: 1:35 Israel. Panzer M1 Super Sherman

Der erste schwere Kampfpanzer der IDF Die Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) wurden 12 Tage nach der Unabhängigkeitserklärung von Israel gegründet. Zu dieser Zeit gehörten fast ausschließlich Infanteriewaffen zu deren Bestand. Ihre ersten Panzer wie zum Beispiel der französische Hotchkiss H-39s, der amerikanische M4 Sherman und der britische Cromwell wurden während des Arabisch-Israelischen Krieges im Jahr 1948 beschafft und der Sherman wurde aus dieser Auswahl zu dem ersten schweren Kampfpanzer der IDF gewählt. Der Sherman bot eine gute Kombination aus Bewaffnung, Panzerung, Mobilität und mechanischer Verlässlichkeit und da während des zweiten Weltkrieges 50 000 Exemplare produziert wurden, waren zu Nachkriegszeiten viele Restfahrzeuge erhältlich. Die IDF erstand bis zum Ende des Jahres 1953 um die 200 Shermans aller Varianten, der Großteil davon war mit einer originalen 75 mm Kanone oder einer 105 mm Haubitze ausgestattet. Entwicklung des M1 Super Sherman Neben seinen zahlreichen Vorzügen, war die eine große Schwäche des Sherman seine Bewaffnung. Die meisten von der IDF beschafften Shermans waren mit einer 75mm Kanone bewaffnet die schon gegenüber den deutschen Panzern im 2. Weltkrieg nicht ausreichend war. Außerdem konnte die Kanone auch gegen den T-34-85 nichts ausrichten, der zu dieser Zeit von den meisten arabischen Armeen benutzt wurde. Zum Glück für Israel brachte eine internationale Politikentwicklung eine Lösung. Ein Machtwechsel in Ägypten führte zu einer verstärkten West-Feindlichkeit in den arabischen Ländern und als Ergebnis dessen bauten Großbritannien und Frankreich ihre Beziehung zu Israel weiter aus. Besonders Frankreich erklärte sich bereit einige seiner Shermans an Israel zu verkaufen. Diese waren mit einer 76 mm M1A1/A2 Kanone ausgestattet, die 82 mm dicke Panzerungen mit Standardmunition und 116mm dicke Panzerungen in einem Offset von 30° mit Hochgeschwindigkeits-Panzermunition (HVAP) aus einer Entfernung von 1400

1:35 WWII US Panzer T26E4 Super Pershing

Art.-Nr.: 300035319

Art.Nr.: 300035319 Artikelbezeichnung: 1:35 WWII US Panzer T26E4 Super Pershing

About the M26 Pershing Development of what would become the M26 Pershing began in 1942. It was to be a replacement for the M4 Sherman, which was the standard U.S. 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 1944, and as they were deployed to the battlefield, they were re-designated M26. Although over 300 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.

About the T26E4 "Super Pershing" Although the standard M26 Pershing's 90mm M3 gun was powerful, it was not on par with the German King Tiger heavy tank's gun. 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. This pre-production T26E4 "Super Pershing" was not sent to Europe. 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

1:35 Russ. Kampfpanzer BT-7 Model 1935

Art.-Nr.: 300035309

Art.Nr.: 300035309 Artikelbezeichnung: 1:35 Russ. Kampfpanzer BT-7 Model 1935

In 1935, the last of the Soviet cavalry tanks, the BT-7, were produced. This Russian tank incorporated features from tanks designed by the American engineer, Walter Christie. The "BT" in the name stands for "Bystrokhodny Tank" which means fast tank. The coil spring suspension system, which was designed by Walter Christie, and powerful engine allowed this tank to reach an on-road speed of 31mph. To enhance speed and mobility, the tracks could be removed so that the vehicle would operate on-road with only the wheels. The BT-7 featured a 47mm gun, 7.62mm DT machine gun, sloped frontal armor, and a Model M-17T (V-2 at BT-7m engine. The sloped armor was used in later tanks such as the T-34l. An estimated 4,700 BT-7 tanks were produced from 1935 to 1939. The tanks were used during the Spanish Civil War, in battles against the Japanese forces in Mongolia and on the Eastern Fronts.

The large-pitch simple tracks are reproduced as link-type assembly tracks which include one-piece straight sections. Suspension features a realistic finish.

Headlight lens and vision guard on the driver's hatch are made from clear parts to enhance realism.

•Length: 161mm, Width: 65mm. •Distinct style of the tank including sloped armor on the front section and dynamic road wheels have been realistically reproduced. •Double-layered structure of the hull sides and the mechanically-complicated suspension feature a rich finish. •A tank equipped with a frame antenna can also be assembled. •Photo-etched parts and realistic metal towing chain included. A convenient jig to bend the parts is also included. •A commander and tank crew figure holding a premission briefing with a map are included to provide a sense of tension. (Total 2) •Markings to depict BT-7 tanks seen at the Eastern front lines and in Mongolia included.(Total 5)

1:35 WWII Brit. Pz. Matilda Mk.III/IV(3)

Art.-Nr.: 300035300

Art.Nr.: 300035300 Artikelbezeichnung: 1:35 WWII Brit. Pz. Matilda Mk.III/IV(3)

At the beginning of 1930, the British army made the decision to produce tanks for different roles, with production of the A12 "Matilda" beginning in 1936. At that time, the Matilda had the thickest armor at 60mm, came armed with a 2-pounder cannon, and had thick side skirts which protected the "Japanese type" bogies. Powered by two diesel engines, the Matilda had a top speed of 24km/hr which was deemed appropriate as it matched the walking speed of infantry. At the North African front, thanks to its impenetrable armor, the Matilda completely defeated the opposing Italian forces. Because of the strength of their armor, the Germans began to use 88mm guns which were the only weapons that could penetrate the Matilda. The Matilda was used throughout WWII and was also used by Soviet, Australian, and Allied forces under the Lend-Lease Act.

•This is a 1/35 assembly kit model of the British Infantry Tank Matilda which saw action atthe North African Front during WWII. •Length: 174mm, Width: 72mm. •The Matilda's mechanical form has been accurately reproduced. •The number of parts required for the assembly of the gun turret, hull, and the complicated suspension has been minimized for ease of assembly. •Tall and short cupolas and two types of antennas are included in the kit. •Assembly and belt type tracks are included. •Full-size commander figure, as well as a loader and driver torso figures are included.(Total 3) •3 kinds of decals for the North African front are included. •The Matilda would look fantastic alongside other 1/35 vehicles from the North African front such as German Armored Car Sd.Kfz.223 (Item 35268), German Kubelwagen Type82 (Item 35238), German Armored Car Sd.Kfz.222 (Item 35286), Italian Medium TankCarro Armato M13/40 (Item 35296).

British Infan. Panze

1:35 WWII Dt. Pz-Jäger Jagdtiger Frü.(2)

Art.-Nr.: 300035295

1:35 WWII Dt. Transport LKW 3to (2)

Art.-Nr.: 300035291

Art.Nr.: 300035291 Artikelbezeichnung: 1:35 WWII Dt. Transport LKW 3to (2)

About the 3Ton 4x2 Cargo Truck

The German army in WWII used a wide variety of wheeled vehicles as part of their overall strategy of fast mechanized warfare. Among the most widely used was the 3Ton 4x2 Cargo Truck, a truck design that was first produced in the 1930s. Featuring a dependable 6-cylinder gasoline engine,the 3Ton 4x2 Cargo Truck could take on a very large payload disproportionate to its size. They proved to be not only extremely reliable, but also very versatile, and were employed in a wide variety of roles, including fuel truck, ambulance, radio truck, as well as general-purpose cargo truck.

About the Model

•High-quality 1/35 scale assembly model kit of the 3Ton 4x2 Cargo Truck. •This kit is an all-new molding, and is much more accurate than kits current on the market. •The actual trucks chassis had a forward slant (designed to balance the cargos weight), and this unique feature has been accurately reproduced. •Suspension features a reasonable number of parts for easy assembly without sacrificing detail.- Driver and navigator figures included. •Accessory set of fuel drums and jerry cans also included for a full cargo load. •Comes with 4 types of markings, including both German army and Luftwaffe units. •To aid with painting, window masks will be included for the first time in a military model. •The actual truck served from the 1930s to the end of the war on all battle fronts, so this model can be displayed together with a wide range of other Tamiya 1/35 scale vehicles and figures such as Sturmgeschutz III Ausf. B and King Tiger.

1:35 WWII Franz. Transport. gep.m.An.(4)

Art.-Nr.: 300035284

Art.Nr.: 300032284 Artikelbezeichnung: 1:35 WWII Franz. Transport. gep.m.An.(4)

Always looking for interesting subjects to add to our world-famous 1/35 scale Military Miniatures lineup, we now proudly announce the release of the unique French Armored Carrier UE. Display it with the B1 bis (ITEM 35282) to create an exhibit of early WWII French AFVs.

About the Armored Carrier UE

Originally developed in the early 1930s, this light armored carrier was capable of towing light artillery and was also designed for use in supplying infantry units at the front lines. Its compact design meant that the heads of the two crew members protruded from the chassis, so distinctive semi-spherical hatches were created to give them a little protection. The initial production of 60 vehicles was soon supplemented by larger orders as France sought to re-equip its army to face the growing threat of Germany. By 1940, approximately 4,800 had been built, including an improved version featuring 4-step gearbox and towing shackles. It was used in the early days of WWII by the French army until its surrender, after which the German army used captured vehicles until the end of the war, modifying some of them into self-propelled guns.

About the Model

•High-quality 1/35 scale assembly kit model of the Armored Carrier UE. •Headlight and tow hook parts included to depict UE Series 2 and Series 3 variants. •Fine details such as movable cargo compartment (planned), semi-spherical hatches, and towed trailer all accurately reproduced. •Full set of accessories, such as 6 wooden crates, 2 fuel drums, 2 each of both large and small canvas bundles, are included for realistic depiction of cargo loads. •2 crew member torso figures and 2 new French soldier figures with MAS36 rifles in standing poses included for increased diorama possibilities. •3 different types of markings planned.

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