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The kit's worth buying for the new 5 x s-mine holders alone, which are tiny detailed masterpieces in plastic and only require the firing cables from them into the hull decking to make them truly accurate. Nuff said. Ron.
Another spoiler for kitmakers is this – scale distortion. For instance, outside photos of 131 in its new coat of RAL8000 or 8020 look distinctly lighter than those taken inside in interior lighting, not just because of the light but also due to sc...
David That’s a fascinating theory (no irony intended) and as you say it could be Gelbbraun RAL8000 with some parts in Braun RAL8020. It is also not beyond the realms of possibility that it could be RAL7008 with some parts in Braun RAL8020, mo...
The photo of "121" and its turret bin that I posted, was taken on 20 January 1943. The Jebel Mansur attack was two days before that.I am very sure that we don't have any photos of "121" or "122" in the Tebourba action; in fact, I doubt that...
Two things before we continue. I have realised I have made a couple of errors in my statement, probably due to jetlag: 1 regarding the ETO ‘France 1940’ pattern which was not RAL7021+8020 but rather Dunkelgrau RAL7021 and Dunklebraun RAL7017...
The ww2 era wehrmacht uniform
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I decided to make topicts for various nations uniforms by type: For example: Tank crew, Hungarian trops in russia, US airborne and others
I am not a uniform specialist, but I like to rearning something new, so if you now more about uniforms show us here.
My first uniform topic is talks about the hitlerjugend (Hitler youth) uniforms.
From 1933 until 1945, it was the sole official youth organization in Germany and was partially a paramilitary organization; it was constituted of the Hitlerjugend proper for male youth aged 14 to 18, the Deutsches Jungvolk (German Youth) for younger boys, and the League of German Girls.
Bundes Deutscher Maedel (BDM)
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I'm here to talk about the Croatian Volounters In The 3rd Reich.It all started in 1941,when Croatia was still in Yugoslavia.Ante Pavelić then rised up on power and declared The Nacist Independed State Of Croatia.Ante was an ally of Hitler.So then the Croatian volounteer regiment was made.They were first a normal army regiment (In Stalingrad) that had around 3,000 people.They once were holding a factory but the Soviets took it,and the Croats came back,killed the Soviets and re-took their position.In a response to that,one of Hitler's generals told that the forces are happy to have fighters like Croats.After that,the land regiment was dismissed and then the Croatian Air Force Volounteers were made.They were also quite sucessfull but the war ended.Who knows what would happen!Here are some pictures of propaganda and the army! (Sorry for my bad English,im Croatian )
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Hi my name is Vito and i come from Croatia.
My friend recommended this site to me,because i would like to learn a bit more about ww2.
This seems like a really cool site!
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I am Henk Bergsma from Holland. 55 years. I'm interested in the Western Warscene. Special Ardenne en Normandy.
I'm into modeling and now working on a Panzer IV /70(V). I am trying to plot it in the Ardennes and looking for insignis of the Lehr panzer batalion or HitlerJugend Panzergruppe. Not many clear pictures found that can be placed in the Ardennes.
After this I will go for the M4 Sherman.
Everyone with tips are welcome :-)