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A better quality pic of one posted earlier:
DML Tiger I Early Production Michael Wittmann Eastern Front 1944
ronrunningman - Yesterday, 01:41 PM
Hi guys New information on the Dragon USA website, including newly-tooled parts, show that S04 is an earlier production than I had realised for Wittmann's mount. These show the turret roof with no loader's periscope but with...
This is from "Tank warfare on the Eastern Front 1941-1942," by Robert Forczyk, Chapter 2, "The Dynamic of Armoured Operations in 1941," page 76, 1st par: Crossing the Berezina and Dnieper, July 1941 "Among other mistaken assumptions...
This is from "Tank warfare on the Eastern Front 1941-1942," by Robert Forczyk, Chapter 2, "The Dynamic of Armoured Operations in 1941," page 74, 2nd par, and last par through 2nd par, page 75: "Despite Baranov's efforts, the Germans mana...
During World War II, men and machines of the Royal Air Force of New Zealand fought with bravery and honor the Axis forces. The following link provides, through a compilation of images, a tribute to this important and valuable Air Force. I hope you enjoy and I count on your visit.
Just dropped in to say Hi and introduce myself.
My Name is Billie Jean DeBekker.
I have been an Avid WWII enthusiast and Model Builder for most of my life, with primary focus on German maintenance and deployment.
I hope I can be a useful part of this board and learn more.
I am currently working on blueprinting/designing a 3d Model of the PZ IV line and eventually machining/building a 1/4 scale PZ IV (Not sure what version yet.. Probably a D or G)
Here is a link to my Fb Group if anyone would like to follow the progress and/or contribute information related to the PZ IV line.
(I hope that is OK to link this as I am just trying to keep everything in one location)
Thank You and look forward to conversing with you all.
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Although with certain disabilities, the Mitsubishi G4M was one of the pillars of the Japanese Air Force, especially during the early years of WW2, collecting numerous victories in many bombing missions. The following link provides a full report with a lot of pictures and information about this amazing bomber. I hope you enjoy it and I count on your visit.
I have checked all the bookstores i know in uk and europe, but no joy! Only found 1 used in texas for 781 usd which is alittle bit out of my price range. I know its no longer in print, but there must be some somewhere for a reasonable price? Any advice or information will be greatly recieved.
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