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Revell 1/76 American Infantry Ww2
When The USA entered World War II in 1941, it gave the Allies superiority in man power and equipment over the Axis powers. Endless columns of well equipped and trained GI's, supported by guns, tanks and aircraft, were a major factor in the defeat of Germany and Japan.
Part No: 02599
Item Name: 1/76 American Infantry Ww2
Revell 1/48 Pilots + Ground Crew
The English pilots demonstrated their air combat capabilities in many engagements during the Second World War. The kit contains RAF flight crews from the years 1935-1945. In addition to standing pilots to place outside the aircraft, it includes ground staff with their equipment. A work bench, platform or gas cylinders offer the possibility to set out a diorama.
This kit is compatible with aircraft models to scale 1:48.
Part No: 02620
Item Name: 1/48 Pilots + Ground Crew
Revell 1/72 Sd.Kfz.7
The Sd. Kfz. 7 (8 ton medium tracked infantry vehicle) was a German Army half-track. It was used during World War II as an artillery tractor for heavy German guns, particularly the 8.8 cm anti-aircraft gun. Production of this half-track started in 1938 and ended in 1944. The vehicle also accommodated 12 men and their kit and also munitions and other equipment.
Part No: 03186
Item Name: 1/72 Sd.Kfz.7
Revell 1/72 21Cm Morser 18/17Cm Kan
The Sd. Kfz. 9 prime mover is considered to be one of the most powerful German Army towing vehicles. Between 1939 and 1944 about 2,500 were built by the Fahrzeug- und Motorenwerken (FAMO) motor works in Breslau and used for recovering tanks and transporting heavy artillery. The 8.3 m long monster was powered by a 250 hp engine.
The "17 cm Kanone 18" cannon built from 1942 and the "21 cm Mörser 18" heavy howitzer built from 1938 were among the main guns used by the German Army artillery. The construction consisted of an upper and a lower carriage with a dual recoil system. In order to bring the gun into the firing position the base plate was lowered and secured by earth spades, the wheels were raised and the limber was disconnected. The maximum range was 28 km and 16.7 km.
Part No: 03188
Item Name: 1/72 21Cm Morser 18/17Cm Kanone
Revell 1/72 PZKPFWII + T34
Stalingrad on the Volga was of great strategic and ideological significance. The battles for this important industrial area began in the summer of 1942 with an onslaught by about 250,000 German soldiers. In November, when the city had been almost completely taken, incurring heavy losses, the Red Army succeeded in kettling the German Army in a large encirclement of the city.
The Soviet units retook large parts of the kettle and then the house by house battle began in the ruined city. Finally, on 02.02.1943, the northern part of the kettle capitulated. They had already started taking prisoners in the southern part on 31.01.1943. The annihilation of the German 6th Army in Stalingrad is regarded as the turning point of the war. On the German side the Pz.Kpfw. III was used in large numbers. From 1940 this vehicle formed the backbone of the German tank units. With its long 50 mm L/60 cannon it could combat a T-34 head on from a distance of 500 m. The Soviet T-34 started as an armoured vehicle with a well-balanced combination of artillery, armour and mobility. With its 76.2 mm L/41 cannon it could combat a Panzer III tank from a distance of 1,000 m.
Part No: 03189
Item Name: 1/72 PZKPFWII + T34
Revell 1/72 Space Shuttle
The space shuttle developed by the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA, is the only reusable space transport system in the world. It consists of the following components: the space shuttle (orbiter), with three reusable main engines, an external fuel tank and two solid fuel rockets with a lift-off thrust of 12.46 MN (1.270.566 kp).
The space shuttle can take a payload of 24.5 tonnes and 7 astronauts simultaneously into a low earth orbit at an altitude between 200 and 650 km. In addition the shuttle is capable of docking with the ISS with the aid of docking adapters. Since the last Apollo flight in 1975, the Shuttle is the only possibility available to the USA of taking men into space using their own means. The first space shuttle launch into space took place on 12th April 1981 with the "Columbia". When further orbiters were completed after 1983, NASA considerably intensified their scientific experiments and strategic military activities together with the US Air Force. Communications and research satellites were transported into space, repairs were carried out in situ and the International Space Station, ISS, was built up and provisioned. The "Challenger" was launched into space for the first time on 4th April 1983. The "Discovery" followed on 30th August 1984. Since 3rd October 1985, the fourth space shuttle "Atlantis" has been used on 26 missions. The "Endeavour" was first launched on 7th May 1992. This shuttle was equipped with numerous new pieces of equipment and computers and therefore had much higher overall capacity. All other orbiters were gradually equipped with the new components. The orbiters can remain in space for a maximum of 28 days. The enormous structural and thermal loads on take-off and landing require continuous monitoring and maintenance of all components as well as improvements to the equipment. The heat shield on the front and under side of the space shuttle is particularly vulnerable and is inspected and repaired as necessary after each mission. In two tragic accidents in which the whole crews lost their lives, in 1986 the "Challenger" and in 2003 the "Columbia" were lost. After a two-year interruption and extensive modifications to the orbiters and the main tank, flights were resumed. Their most important successes include the launch of various space probes and the Hubble space telescope, the Magellan (Venus) and Galileo (Jupiter) probes, various flights with built-in laboratories, flights to the Russian Mir station and the International Space Station (ISS). The last space shuttle flight is scheduled for 2010. A new study by NASA indicates that consideration should be given to extending the space shuttle missions until 2015.
• Structural details on surfaces
• Textured representation of surface tiles
• Detailed cockpit with instrument panel
• Removable cockpit roof
• 2 crew figures
• Super decals with all maintenance and identification markings for the "Discovery", "Atlantis" and "Endeavour" shuttles
Part No: 04733
Item Name: 1/72 Space Shuttle
Revell Uss Voyager
Part No: 04801
Item Name: Uss Voyager
Revell 1/720 Luftschiff Lz-129 Hind
Zeppelin airship travel reached its highest point with the LZ129 airship. Unlike an aircraft, the airship was able to link continents non-stop by air. The luxuriously appointed "Hindenburg" developed by Graf Ferdinand von Zeppelin came to a tragic end: before the eyes of the world public the airship caught fire on the evening of 6th March 1937 as it approached the US airship port at Lakehurst.
By some miracle 61 of the 97 passengers on board survived. The rigid airship LZ129 had a gas volume of 200,000 m³. Equipped with 4 Daimler-Benz 16-cylinder diesel engines each developing 1300 hp, it could reach a cruising speed of 130 km/h.
• Very finely detailed external skin
• Separate rudder
• Exact reproduction of the control gondola
• Display stand
• Four finely detailed engine gondolas
Colourful decals for the "Olympia version" of the LZ129
Part No: 04802
Item Name: 1/720 Luftschiff Lz-129 Hindenburg
Revell 1/100 Apollo Lunar Module Ea
Part No: 04832
Item Name: 1/100 Apollo Lunar Module Eagle
Revell 1/144 International Space St
Part No: 04841
Item Name: 1/144 International Space Station
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