This is a real restored SU-76M from Russian Military History Museum. The SU-76M was main production model of the Soviet SU-70 self-propelled gun. It was based on the T-70 light tank chassis. It mounted the ZiS-3 76.2 mm anti-tank gun. The SU-76M combined three main battlefield roles: light...read more
The Horten Ho 229 was a late-World War II prototype flying wing fighter/bomber. It is the first pure flying wing powered by a turbojet, and has been described by some as the first aircraft designed to incorporate stealth technology. Brothers Reimar and Walter Horten built the world's first jet-...read more
The Renault R35 was a French light infantry tank. This tank should replace the older Renault 17 dating back to the First World War. The R35 never fully replaced the R17 but by 1940 about 1,600 had already been produced.
The R35 was a small tank for two crew. The shield used lot of...read more
Most known as Stuart III, this variant had a new turret with turret basket and no cupola. The turret rotated using a power traverse as opposed to the manually rotated M3. Its faster rotation speed required changes in its construction, in particular a basket fitted with seats for the crew...read more
Detailed images of an unrestored M3A1 Stuart light tank. The tank was one from the batch of 16 M3A1 Stuarts that were found in Brazil a number of years ago and were imported before the clamp down happened.
These tanks formed part of a consignment gifted to Brazil by the US Army between...read more
The automatic pistol, caliber .45, M1911, is a recoiloperated, magazine-fed, self-loading, hand weapon. The magazine holds 7 rounds. The pistol weighs about 2'/z pounds. It's a semi-automatic...read more
The first combat use of the Tiger II was by the 1st Company of the 503rd Heavy Panzer Battalion (s.H.Pz.Abt. 503) during the Battle of Normandy, opposing Operation Atlantic between Troarn and Demouville on 18 July 1944. Many German tank commanders showed exceptional abilities when confronting...read more
The Marder II and III were two German tank destroyers based on the Panzer II and Panzer 38(t) chassis, respectively. There were two versions for each, the first mounted modified captured Soviet 7.62 cm F-22 Model 1936 field guns firing German ammunition, while the...read more