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 Lieutenant) February 13, 2016

This is one of the most famous (USMC) M4A2 Sherman Tank of the world. It's in Saipan beach. In these videos you'll be able to watch the real tank's remains and a diorama, depicted many times in modelling's magazines. You will see and the real scene and the dio from many different angles......read more

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 Lieutenant) February 03, 2016
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There is a club that deals with making small figures that constitute beautiful dioramas. Its members are elder than 30 years old. The club was started at the Soviet times.

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The latest in our fast growing line of plastic Bolt Action World War II vehicles is now available and it can be built in one of FIVE variants! The Panzer III was one of the main battle tank for the Third Reich during the early and mid-war years and our kit allows has stacks of options for...read more

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The Musashi was the second ship in the Yamato class of battleships, which were the largest battleships ever built, built by the Japanese Navy. Her most distinguishing features were her 9 huge 46cm guns, which had a range of 41km and could penetrate 43cm of armor plating at a distance...read more

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Designed by Messerschmitt and Lusser in 1934, the Bf109 was one of the first modern aircraft of the era. Features such as a liquid-cooled V-12 engine, a closed canopy and retractable landing gear made the Bf109 a huge improvement over WWI fighters. The Bf109 is one of the Luftwaffe's most famous...read more

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With a highly complex P&W R-2800 engine generating 2,000hp, a 4-meter propeller and striking gull wings, the Corsair was certainly a memorable aircraft; it was effective, too, and was one of the mainstays of the U.S. Navy. The F4U-1A variant was assigned to units from Summer 1943, and...read more

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This British armored scout car boasted enviable maneuverability and armor up to 30mm thick on its compact hull. Often referred to by its nickname of "Dingo", delivery of the Mk.I variant began in 1939; the later Mk.II featured various modifications, including an overhaul of the...read more

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Hammer of the IJN. For six months, Akagi and the other carriers of the Japanese Navy were the terrors of the seas. From Pearl Harbor to the Indian Ocean, Japanese planes rained ordinance on Allied warships. The rate of damage these ships inflicted was severe, but it could not be sustained....read more

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Equipped with a long, powerful L/70 7.5cm anti-tank gun that could outrange opposing Allied tank weapons, the Jagdpanzer IV /70(V) Lang proved a formidable foe following its introduction late in WWII. The "Lang" (German for "long") in its name was added to distinguish it from...read more

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Me163B “Komet” was the world’s only operational rocket-powered interceptor. Me163B had tremendous speed and climb rate thanks to its unique power source, so it’s hard to be intercepted by allied fighters during powered flight. But its high speed...read more

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