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Revell 1/72 Us Infantry Ardens Ww I
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1/72 Us Infantry Ardens Ww Ii - 02503

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.

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Revell 1/72 German Infantry Ww I
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1/72 German Infantry Ww I - 02504

The attack on France at the beginning of WW I by the German Army was soon brought to a standstill. From this time on, the fighting in the trenches determined the events on the Western front. In 1916, the German Army was equipped with the steel helmet which offered considerably more protection than the spiked helmet worn previously.

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Revell 1/72 U S Marines Ww Ii
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1/72 U S Marines Ww Ii - 02506

The US Marine Corps, the US Navy's land forces, is trained specially for amphibious landing operations. In the 2nd World War marines were deployed primarily in the Pacific region, in the fight against the Japanese, to capture Japanese held strategic Pacific islands an to taken the war to the Japanese mainland.

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Revell 1/72 British Paratroopers WW
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Revell 1/72 British Paratroopers WW - 02509

The British paratroops carried out their most famous mission, but also incurred highest losses, in September 1944, when the 1st British Airborne Division were parachuted down behind the German lines in Holland, in order to take the bridge at Arnhem; alas the paratroops were unable to hold their isolated position there against the German counter-attacks, hence the famous legend 'A Bridge too Far'.
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Build Type:Kit (No Assembly Required)
Colour:Grey/Green
Figure Poses:12 Types
Figurines:x50

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Revell 1/72 Soviet Guard Infantry
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1/72 Soviet Guard Infantry - 02510

After the huge losses in men and materials that the German Army inflicted on the Red Army at the beginning of the German invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941, from mid 1943 numerous reformed Soviet divisions that were only equipped with the essentials, succeeded in halting the enemy advance and forcing back the German Army until in 1945 it capitulated.

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Revell 1/72 Scottish Infantry 8Th A
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1/72 Scottish Infantry 8Th Army - 02512

Scottish regiments have been serving in the British army since the unification of Scotland with England, and the second World War was no exception. Whilst forced to do without their kilts as unsuitable for modern warfare, Highlanders serving in the 8th Army still preferred to march against the enemy to the sound of bagpipes.

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Revell 1/76 German Infanty
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1/76 German Infanty - 02513

Early in 1941, the German supreme command dispatched the Africa Corps to aid its Italian allies in Libya. By the summer of 1942, these well equipped troops had pushed the numerically vastly superior British out of Libya and back into Egypt.After the battle of el-Alamein, however, the exhausted German-Italian army was forced to withdraw.

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Revell 1/72 German Artillery WWII
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Revell 1/72 German Artillery WWII - 02515

In the unmotorised divisons of the German army the artillery continued to use horses throughout the Second World War, that is to say, all guns and supply vehicles were horse-drawn. The type 18, 105mm field howitzer was the standard gun of the division artillery with four guns allocated to each battery. Contains 15 Men and 7 Horses.
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Figure Poses:x15 (Men) x7 (Horses)
Material:Medium-Hard Plastic

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Revell 1/72 Serbian (Winter) WWII
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1/72 Serbian (Winter) WWII - 02516

Apart from the harshness and rigours of the Russian winter it was especially the deployment of Siberian divisions which thwarted German plans to conquer Moskow by the end of 1941. In contrast with the German Army, the Siberian units benefited from special winter clothing and were trained to operate at low temperatures.

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Revell 1/72 Us-Parachutists Wwii
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1/72 Us-Parachutists Wwii - 02517

During the Second World War the USA raised five paratroop divisons of which the 82nd and the 101st were deployed most often as a prelute to mayor allied campaigns, like the invasion of Italy, Normandy and Holland. Yet the US paratroopers distinguished themselves also in purely defensive operations, as in the Ardennes for example.

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