This product is designed for replicating streaking grime on military vehicle interiors. The best result is achieved on light-toned interiors painted with RAL 9001 Cremeweiss or White. Paint irregular vertical lines on the appropriate areas of the model and blend them using a wide flat brush dampened with AK Interactive White Spirit.
Includes: 1 x 35 ml bottle
Dragon 1:35 - Italian Paratroopers, Anzio 1944 - Plastic Model Kit #6741
The Italian Paratroopers Division "Nembo" was officially formed in November 1942. Following the armistice of September 1943 which stipulated the surrender of Italy to the Allies, violent conflicts arose in the division with some units wishing to comply with the directives of the Italian Government and others refusing to accept the change of alliances. As a result some of the "Nembo" division units became part of the Italian Co-belligerent Army and fought alongside the Allies for the liberation of Italy, while others remained on the German side. The latter participated in the German counterattack at Anzio since February 1944. The Battle of Anzio was part of the Italian Campaign of WWII which started with Operation Shingle, the Allied amphibious landing on the 22nd of January 1944, and ended in June 1944 with the capture of Rome.
This kit contains over 60 parts for the assembly of four figures of Italian paratroopers. The paratroopers are wearing a mix of Italian and German uniforms - German Fallschirmjager smocks and Italian helmets and vests. Weapons and accessories are also a mix of Italian and German.
Dragon 1:35 - Stalingrad Inferno - Plastic Model Kit #6343
The Battle of Stalingrad was the largest battle of WWII and the bloodiest confrontation in the history of warfare, with almost 2 million people killed, wounded or captured. From August 1942 until February 1943, Germany and its allies fought the Red Army for control of the city of Stalingrad. After over five months of heavy fighting, Axis forces exhausted their ammunition and food and the remaining units surrendered. After the Battle of Stalingrad, the Nazi government for the first time publicly acknowledged a failure in its war effort.
This kit contains over 50 parts for the assembly of four figures of German soldiers during the Battle of Stalingrad in 1942-1943.
Dragon 1:35 - German Combat Unit, Waffen SS, Ardennes 1944-45 - Plastic Model Kit #6002
The last major German offensive on the Western Front of WWII, the Battle of the Bulge ('Unternehmen Wacht am Rhein' or the Ardennes Counteroffensive) was launched on the 16th of December 1944 through the dense forest of Ardennes in eastern Belgium. The German plan was to destroy the Allied armies and force them to negotiate a peace treaty in Germany's favour. Germany would then be able to fully concentrate their efforts on the Eastern Front.
The German Army planned this offensive with utmost secrecy, and on 16 December 1944 the surprise attack caught the Allies completely off guard. American forces incurred their highest casualties of any operation during WWII. However fierce resistance on the Elsenborn Ridge and around Bastogne impeded the German advance and allowed the Allies to reinforce their troops. Subsequent Allied air attacks led to the failure of the offensive. The Battle of the Bulge was the second bloodiest battle in American history.
This kit contains over 60 parts for the assembly of four figures of German soldiers.
Academy 1:35 - German Panzerkampfwagen IV Ausf. H, Mid Version - Plastic model kit #13516
The German medium tank Panzerkampfwagen IV was developed in the late 1930s and was used extensively during WWII. The production of the Panzer IV Ausf. H started in June 1943. This version was designated the Sd. Kfz. 161/2. Compared to the previous variants, this model had Zimmerit paste on all the vertical surfaces of its armour in order to prevent adhesion of magnetic anti-tank mines. The turret roof was reinforced from 10mm to 16 and 25mm segments. 5mm hull skirts and 8mm turret skirts were added for further protection, which resulted in the elimination of the vision ports on the hull side. Later the hull was also fitted with triangular supports for the easily damaged side skirts. Along with some other modifications, these additions to the design increased the tank's weight to 25 tonnes, and the maximum speed dropped to 16 km/h on cross country terrain.
- WWII German Army medium tank
- Detailed Ausf. H Mid production version was made in late 1943
- Features 75mm KwK 40/L48 main gun and MG34 machine gun
- Can be assembles with hatches open or closed
- Zimmerit coating decal included
- Flexible rubber tracks
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