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The Pz.kpfw VI Tiger II Ausf. B "KingTiger" VK4503(H) was the most powerful combat tank of World War II. Up to the end of the war,... the Allies did not introduce anything that could effectively counter it. The Tiger II combined a powerful and effective gun with armor that was virtually impervious to any Allied tank or anti-tank gun. Planning for the Tiger II started as early as May 1941, a year before the Tiger I entered production. By the fall of 1942/January 1943, designers started work on a new heavy tank that would eventually replace the Tiger I. In January 1943, Hitler ordered the new Tiger to be armed with a long 88mm gun and have 150mm frontal armor and 80mm side armor. Read More

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The Tiger I was one of the most heavily armed and armored tanks of WWII, and a formidable opponent of Allied tanks. The Tiger was ...essentially still at the prototype stage when first hurried into service, and therefore changes, both small and large, were made throughout the production run. Production of the Tiger I began in August 1942, and 1,355 were built by August 1944 when production ceased. The Tiger was first used in action in September 1942 near Leningrad. Read More

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The Tiger I was one of the most heavily armed and armored tanks of WWII, and a formidable opponent of Allied tanks. The Tiger was ...essentially still at the prototype stage when first hurried into service, and therefore changes, both small and large, were made throughout the production run. Production of the Tiger I began in August 1942, and 1,355 were built by August 1944 when production ceased. The Tiger was first used in action in September 1942 near Leningrad. Read More

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The Tiger I was one of the most heavily armed and armored tanks of WWII, and a formidable opponent of Allied tanks. The Tiger was ...essentially still at the prototype stage when first hurried into service, and therefore changes, both small and large, were made throughout the production run. Production of the Tiger I began in August 1942, and 1,355 were built by August 1944 when production ceased. The Tiger was first used in action in September 1942 near Leningrad. Read More

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The Tiger I was one of the most heavily armed and armored tanks of WWII, and a formidable opponent of Allied tanks. The Tiger was ...essentially still at the prototype stage when first hurried into service, and therefore changes, both small and large, were made throughout the production run. Production of the Tiger I began in August 1942, and 1,355 were built by August 1944 when production ceased. The Tiger was first used in action in September 1942 near Leningrad. Read More

MRC Easy Model
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The Tiger I was one of the most heavily armed and armored tanks of WWII and a formidable opponent of Allied tanks. The Tiger was e...ssentially still at the prototype stage when first hurried into service and therefore changes, both small and large, were made throughout the production run. Production of the Tiger I began in August 1942 and 1,355 were built by August 1944 when production ceased. The Tiger was first used in action in September 1942 near Leningrad. Read More

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The Tiger I was one of the most heavily armed and armored tanks of WWII, and a formidable opponent of Allied tanks. The Tiger was ...essentially still at the prototype stage when first hurried into service, and therefore changes, both small and large, were made throughout the production run. Production of the Tiger I began in August 1942, and 1,355 were built by August 1944 when production ceased. The Tiger was first used in action in September 1942 near Leningrad. Read More

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The T-34/85 was a modification of the T-34 equipped with a more powerful armor and cannon. T-34/85 had a flatter turret which gave... this already innovative tank design the look that all tanks adopted after the wars' end. Although not equal to the German Panther and Tiger tanks, the huge numbers of T-34s more than compensated for their technological shortcomings. Read More

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The Tiger I was one of the most heavily armed and armored tanks of WWII, and a formidable opponent of Allied tanks. The Tiger was ...essentially still at the prototype stage when first hurried into service, and therefore changes, both small and large, were made throughout the production run. Production of the Tiger I began in August 1942, and 1,355 were built by August 1944 when production ceased. The Tiger was first used in action in September 1942 near Leningrad. Read More

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The "Ferdinand-Elefant" assault tank was derived directly from the prototype of the VK 4501(P) heavy tank, which was outperformed ...in the rivalry for a new type of heavy tank for the German army. The winner of the contest was the VK 4501(H) prototype, which later became the "Tiger" Sd.Kfz.181 heavy tank, undoubtedly the best-known German tank. Read More

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The Tiger I was one of the most heavily armed and armored tanks of WWII, and a formidable opponent of Allied tanks. The Tiger was ...essentially still at the prototype stage when first hurried into service, and therefore changes, both small and large, were made throughout the production run. Production of the Tiger I began in August 1942, and 1,355 were built by August 1944 when production ceased. The Tiger was first used in action in September 1942 near Leningrad. Read More

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The M4 Sherman was the primary tank produced by the United states. It was used by both the US and for the Allies during WWII. It g...ained its name via the United Kingdom after Union General William Tecumseh Sherman. The M4 remained in use by the US until the end of the Korean War and until the late 20th century by other nations. Read More

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The Maus super heavy tank was a Porsche design. It featured 12: thick front armor, and was the largest tank ever built. Only two p...rototypes were actually completed before the end of the war. This model is based on the surviving example in Kubinka. Read More

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Jagdtiger development started in February of 1943 and on October 20th of 1943, a wooden mock-up was presented to Adolf Hitler. The... Jagdtiger's role was to support infantry and combat armored vehicles at long ranges. Two prototypes, one with Porsche suspension (made up of 8 roadwheels) and one with Henschel suspension (made of up 9 roadwheels) were completed in February of 1944. Its first designation was Jagdpanzer VI, but later on it was named Jagdtiger and received number Sd.Kfz.186. Read More

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The KV heavy tank was designed and used as a heavy break-through tank. The shortcomings of its L-11 main gun left the tank unable ...to deal with the enemies' bunkers and fortifications. Because of this weakness, the KV-2 is only used to proceed the soldiers. Read More

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In early 1942, Alkett was ordered to design and produce a new Sturmpanzer with Krupp's cooperation. Alkett was in charge of design...ing the sloped armor superstructure mounting a 150mm assault/attack howitzer, which was to be placed on a standard Panzerkampfwagen IV chassis modified by Krupp. Since all previous vehicles, such as Sturmhaubitze 42 (Sd.Kfz.142/2) and Stug 33, were considered only as temporary models, Albert Speer ordered the development of Sturmpanzer IV. In fact, the Stug 33 can be considered the direct forerunner of Brummbar. Read More

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Jagdtiger development started in February of 1943 and on October 20th of 1943, a wooden mock-up was presented to Adolf Hitler. The... Jagdtiger's role was to support infantry and combat armored vehicles at long ranges. Two prototypes, one with Porsche suspension (made up of 8 roadwheels) and one with Henschel suspension (made of up 9 roadwheels) were completed in February of 1944. Its first designation was Jagdpanzer VI, but later on it was named Jagdtiger and received number Sd.Kfz.186. Read More

MRC Easy Model
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The "Ferdinand-Elefant" assault tank was derived directly from the prototype of the VK 4501(P) heavy tank, which was outperformed ...in the rivalry for a new type of heavy tank for the German army. The winner of the contest was the VK 4501(H) prototype, which later became the "Tiger" Sd.Kfz.181 heavy tank, undoubtedly the best-known German tank. Read More

MRC Easy Model
$22.99 at Amazon.com

The Tiger I was one of the most heavily armed and armored tanks of WWII, and a formidable opponent of Allied tanks. The Tiger was ...essentially still at the prototype stage when first hurried into service, and therefore changes, both small and large, were made throughout the production run. Production of the Tiger I began in August 1942, and 1,355 were built by August 1944 when production ceased. The Tiger was first used in action in September 1942 near Leningrad. Read More

MRC Easy Model
$22.99 at Amazon.com

The Maus super heavy tank was a Porsche design. It featured 12: thick front armor, and was the largest tank ever built. Only two p...rototypes were actually completed before the end of the war. This model is based on the surviving example in Kubinka. Read More

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