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British Sherman MkIII 1/35 - DRAGON 6231 NEW
SKU DRA-6231
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

British Sherman Mk.III Mid Production tank kit, Sicily in 1/35 scale - Model Dragon. The "British Sherman Mk.III Mid Production" tank refers to a specific variant of the Sherman tank employed during World War II. Let's analyze the different elements of the term: British Sherman: The Sherman tank was a U.S. armored vehicle widely used by the Allies during World War II. It was also supplied to the United Kingdom through the loan and lease program. Mk.III: The designation "Mk.III" indicates the variant of the Sherman. There were several versions of the Sherman tank, each with specific improvements. The "Mk.III" designation could indicate a specific configuration of this variant. Mid Production: "Mid Production" indicates that this variant was produced during an intermediate phase of the tank's production. Throughout the war, the Sherman's design was constantly being improved, and changes were made during production. The early, mid-production, and late phases had some differences in features and equipment. In general, the British Sherman Mk.III Mid Production represents a specific version of the Sherman tank, used by British forces during World War II, with particular features associated with the middle phase of production. The exact characteristics of this variant may include changes in armor, armament, or other systems based on the evolution of the design during that specific period.

 
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SAS Raider 1/4 Ton 4x4 - 1/35 - DRAGON 6725 NEW
SKU DRA-6725
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

Kit Auto SAS Raider 1/4 Ton 4x4 Truck ETO 1944 + 2nd Regiment SAS Figure Set 1/35 scale - Model Dragon.

 
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1/4 ton 4x4 SAS - 1/35 - DRAGON 6724 NEW
SKU DRA-6724
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 scale 1/4 ton SAS 4x4 patrol commander's car kit - Model Dragon.

 
 
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Panzergrenadier 1/35 - DRAGON 6348 NEW
SKU DRA-6348
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

Panzergrenadier in Italy 1943-45 in 1/35 scale - Dragon Figurine Set.

 
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M4A4 Sherman 1/72 - DRAGON 7311
SKU DRA-7311
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

U.S. M4A4 Sherman tank kit(with printed bonus, vinyl tracks and reduced PE) 1/72 scale - Model Dragon.The M4A4 Sherman is a variant of the U.S. M4 Sherman tank, one of the most widely used tanks during World War II. The design of the M4 Sherman was widely used among Allied forces and was used by several nations.Here are some characteristics of the M4A4 Sherman:Engine:The "A4" designation indicates that the M4A4 was powered by a Chrysler A57 multibank gasoline engine, which was essentially five six-cylinder engines mounted together. This engine was longer than those in other Sherman versions, which required a slight extension of the front of the chassis.Armament:The M4A4 was armed with a 75 mm M3 cannon, which was the standard configuration for many Sherman tanks. Some models may have been upgraded with the M1 76 mm cannon later in the war.Crew:The Sherman tank had a crew usually consisting of five members: commander, pilot, gunner, loader, and radio operator.Production and Use:The M4A4 Sherman was produced primarily to supply tanks to the Allied forces through the loan and lease program during World War II. It was used by nations such as the United Kingdom, the Soviet Union, and other Allies.Various Versions:In addition to the standard M4A4 version, there were several specialized variants, including recovery vehicles, self-propelled vehicles, and engineered armored fighting vehicles based on the M4A4 chassis.The M4A4 Sherman contributed significantly to Allied war efforts during World War II, although some preferred other Sherman versions with different engines because of their size and chassis layout.

 
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Axis Forces in the Balkans Fragile Alliance 1943 - 1/35 - DRAGON 6563
SKU DRA-6563
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

Axis Forces in the Balkans of the Fragile Alliance in 1943 in 1/35 scale - Dragon Figurine Set.

 
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Fallschirmjäger Regiment 3 - 1/35 - DRAGON 6195 NEW
SKU DRA-6195
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

Fallschirmjäger Regiment 3 (Sicily 1943) "Italian Campaign 1943-2003 World War II 60th Anniversary" in 1/35 scale - Dragon Figurine Set.

 
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German self-propelled gun crew 1/35 - DRAGON 6367
SKU DRA-6367
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

German self-propelled gun crew in 1/35 scale - Dragon Figurine Set.

 
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SAS vehicle crews 1/35 - DRAGON 6682 NEW
SKU DRA-6682
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

SAS North Africa 1942 vehicle crews in 1/35 scale - Dragon Figurine Set.

 
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Defenders of Monte Cassino 1944 - 1/35 - DRAGON 6514 NEW
SKU DRA-6514
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

Defenders of Monte Cassino 1944 (Paratroopers) 1/35 scale - Dragon Figurine Set.

 
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Eastern Front Winter Fighters 1/35 - DRAGON 6652 NEW
SKU DRA-6652
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

Series '39 - '45 Eastern Front Winter Fighters in 1/35 scale - Dragon Figurine Set.

 
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Allied assault Monte Cassino 1944 - 1/35 - DRAGON 6515 NEW
SKU DRA-6515
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

Allied assault Monte Cassino 1944 Includes 1/35 scale Sikh and Gurkha heads - Dragon Figurine Set.

 
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7.5 cm PaK 40 Late Type 1/35 - DRAGON 6250 NEW
SKU DRA-6250
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

7.5 cm PaK 40 Late Type anti-tank gun kit with Anzio 1944 paratrooper in 1/35 scale - Model Dragon. The 7.5 cm PaK 40 Late Type refers to a German anti-tank gun used during World War II. Here is a more detailed explanation: 7.5 cm PaK 40: The "7.5 cm PaK 40" (Panzerabwehrkanone 40) was a German 75 mm caliber anti-tank gun. It was developed and introduced during World War II as a response to the increasing armor of opposing tanks. Late Type: The specification "Late Type" indicates that it was a late or later version of the PaK 40 cannon. Over the course of the war, several modifications and improvements were made to the war materials in response to battlefield needs and evolving technology. The 7.5 cm PaK 40 was known for its effectiveness in penetrating the armor of opposing tanks. It was a versatile weapon, used both as a troop towed cannon and as a piece mounted on armored vehicles, such as the "Marder III" anti-tank self-propelled vehicle. This cannon was mainly employed by Nazi Germany during the second half of World War II.

 
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USS Tarawa 1/700 - DRAGON 7008 NEW
SKU DRA-7008
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/700
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Ships
Category Kit

U.S. Navy aircraft carrier warship kit USS Tarawa 1/700 scale - Model Dragon. The first USS Tarawa was an Essex-class aircraft carrier commissioned on December 8, 1945. She served mainly after World War II and participated in exercises and missions during the Cold War. She was decommissioned in 1960.

 
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USS Saipan 1/700 - DRAGON 7009 NEW
SKU DRA-7009
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/700
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Ships
Category Kit

US Navy light aircraft carrier kit USS Saipan 1/700 scale - Model Dragon. The USS Saipan (CVL-48) was a light aircraft carrier (light aircraft carrier) of the US Navy. The USS Saipan was commissioned during World War II and also served during the Vietnam War. It was named after the Battle of Saipan, which took place in June and July 1944 during the Mariana Islands campaign during World War II.

 
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Third Fallschirmjäger Division - King Tiger Henschel Production 1/72 - DRAGON 7400 NEW
SKU DRA-7400
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

Kit Third Fallschirmjäger Division + King Tiger Henschel Production Ardennes 1944 in 1/72 scale - Model Dragon. The 3rd Fallschirmjäger-Division (3rd Parachute Division) was a paratrooper unit of the Luftwaffe (German Air Force) active during World War II. In spite of its name, the unit never took part in attacks from the air fighting instead the Allies in Normandy and the Ardennes ultimately remaining encircled in the Ruhr Sack in 1945. The Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausf. B also known by its army identification number Sonderkraftfahrzeug 182 (Sd. Kfz. 182), or informally as Tiger II or Königstiger (German: Royal Tiger - referring to the Bengal Tiger) was a German heavy tank of World War II. Its name is often literally translated into English King Tiger and also referred to by British forces as Royal Tiger.

 
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StuG III F/8 First Production 1/35 - DRAGON 6620 NEW
SKU DRA-6620
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

StuG kit. III F/8 First Production Italy 1943 in 1/35 scale - Model Dragon. The Sturmgeschütz III, a designation often shortened to StuG III, was an assault gun issued to the German Army during World War II, made from the hull of the Panzer III medium tank.

 
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Second SAS Regiment 1/35 - DRAGON 6586
SKU DRA-6586
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: France
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

Figurines Second SAS Regiment with Welbike and Container Drop Tube France 1944 in 1/35 scale - Dragon set.

 
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Sd Kfz 251 Ausf D 1/35 - DRAGON 6984 NEW
SKU DRA-6984
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

Sd.Kfz.251 Ausf.D half-track kit with Falke night vision in 1/35 scale - Model Dragon. The Sd.Kfz. 251 was a German-built half-track military troop transport vehicle employed on all fronts by the Wehrmacht during the course of World War II. It was produced in four models, named Ausf. A, B, C and D, using the same chassis, but with different bodies, as needs evolved during the course of the war. A remarkable series of specialized vehicles were built on these basic vehicles for different tasks on the battlefield. The Sd.Kfz. 251 was used primarily as an infantry fighting vehicle, as from the vehicle's compartment the infantry was able to use its own weapons.

 
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SAS 4x4 Desert Raider 1/6 - DRAGON 75038 NEW
SKU DRA-75038
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/6
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

SAS 4x4 Desert Raider (Jeep) kit in 1/6 scale - Model Dragon.

 
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British Desert Rats 1/35 - DRAGON 3013 NEW
SKU DRA-3013
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

British Desert Rat Figurines in 1/35 scale 'Elite Force World Series' - Dragon set.

 
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American Rangers 1/35 - DRAGON 3004 NEW
SKU DRA-3004
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

American Rangers figures in 1/35 scale 'Elite Force World Series' - Dragon set.

 
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First U.S. Infantry Division Big Red One 1/35 - DRAGON 3015 NEW
SKU DRA-3015
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

Figurines First U.S. Infantry Division "Big Red One" 1/35 scale 'Elite Force World Series' - Dragon set.

 
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German Paratroopers 1/35 - DRAGON 3021 NEW
SKU DRA-3021
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: Modern
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

German Paratroopers 1/35 scale 'Elite Force World Series' figures - Dragon set.

 
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German howitzer sFH 18 - 1/35 - DRAGON 6392
SKU DRA-6392
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

German sFH 18 howitzer kit with agility and metal barrel and figures - Model Dragon.

 
 
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M1A2 SEP 1/72 - DRAGON 7495 NEW
SKU DRA-7495
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

M1A2 SEP combat tank kit in 1/72 scale - Model Dragon. The M1 Abrams is a third-generation U.S.-made combat tank named after General Creighton Abrams. Highly mobile, designed for modern armored warfare, the M1 is well armed and heavily armored. Notable features include the use of a powerful multifuel turbine engine, the adoption of sophisticated composite armor, and the storage of ammunition in a separate compartment for the safety of the crew. Weighing nearly 68 tons, it is one of the heaviest tanks in service. The M1 Abrams entered U.S. service in 1980, replacing the M60 tank. The M1 is the primary tank of the U.S. Army and Marine Corps, and is also used by the armies of Egypt, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Iraq and Poland.

 
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M1A1 Abrams AIM 1/72 - DRAGON 7614 NEW
SKU DRA-7614
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

M1A1 Abrams AIM combat tank kit in 1/72 scale - Model Dragon. The M1 Abrams is a third-generation U.S.-made combat tank named after General Creighton Abrams. Highly mobile, designed for modern armored warfare, the M1 is well armed and heavily armored. Notable features include the use of a powerful multifuel turbine engine, the adoption of sophisticated composite armor, and the storage of ammunition in a separate compartment for crew safety. Weighing nearly 68 tons, it is one of the heaviest tanks in service.

 
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French Foreign Legion 1/35 - DRAGON 3014 NEW
SKU DRA-3014
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: France
Period: WWI
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

French Foreign Legion figures in 1/35 scale 'Elite Force World Series' - Dragon set.

 
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US Light Infantry 1/35 - DRAGON 3009 NEW
SKU DRA-3009
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

U.S. Light Infantry figures in 1/35 scale 'Elite Force World Series' - Dragon set.

 
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DRAGON 6391 Italian Infantry El Alamein 1942
SKU DRA-6391
Brand DRAGON
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Italy
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 Italian Infantry El Alamein 1942 The Italian infantry was involved in the Second Battle of El Alamein in 1942, a major war clash that occurred in the western desert of Egypt during World War II. The battle was fought mainly between Axis forces, led by Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy, and Allied forces, mainly led by the United Kingdom and the British Commonwealth. Here is some information about the Italian infantry and its involvement in this battle: Axis Forces: The Axis forces included the Italian and German armies and some units from other Allied countries. Italian troops constituted a significant part of the Axis forces involved in the battle. The Italian 8th Army, commanded by General Italo Gariboldi, was one of the main Italian components. Geographical Location: The Battle of El Alamein took place in a desert area of northwestern Egypt, and was a crucial point in the North African campaign during World War II. Italian Involvement: Italian troops, including infantry, played an important role in defending Axis positions. However, they were underdogs in terms of equipment and supplies compared to the Allied forces, which had significant numerical and logistical superiority. Axis Defeat: The Second Battle of El Alamein ended in an Allied victory. British and Commonwealth forces, under the command of General Bernard Montgomery, launched a decisive offensive against the Axis lines, forcing them to retreat. The superiority of the Allied forces eventually led to the Axis defeat in this important battle. Consequences: The defeat at the Battle of El Alamein was a significant blow to the Axis forces and marked a turning point in the North African campaign. The Allied victory at the battle contributed to the subsequent liberation of North Africa from the Axis fighters. It is important to note that many Italian troops were not enthusiastic about fighting alongside the Axis forces, and their difficult logistical situation and lack of adequate supplies significantly affected operations. After the defeat at the Battle of El Alamein, some Italian units surrendered, while others continued to fight in other parts of the front before the end of the war.

 
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Sd.Kfz.181 Pz.Kpfw.VI Ausf. E Gruppe Fehrmann Tiger I
SKU DRA-7368
Brand DRAGON
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/72 Sd.Kfz.181 Pz.Kpfw.VI Ausf. E Gruppe Fehrmann Tiger IThe Panzer VI Tiger I (short for Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger I, army identification number Sd.Kfz. 181) was a heavy tank produced by Nazi Germany during World War II. Developed in 1942 in response to the armored vehicles fielded by the Soviet Union, it was the Wehrmacht's first tank to mount an 88 mm gun and was employed, usually in independent armored battalions, on all war fronts.The Roman numeral "I" was introduced when the Tiger II (nicknamed Königstiger, the German term for Bengal Tiger, literally in Italian royal tiger) began to be produced.

 
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Sd.kfz.171 Panther G
SKU DRA-6602
Brand DRAGON
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/35
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 Sd.kfz.171 Panther G (2 in 1 - Premium Edition) w/Magic TrackThe Panzer V Panther (short for Panzerkampfwagen V Panther, army identification number Sd.Kfz. 171) is a German medium tank produced during World War II that served from mid-1943 until the end of the conflict in Europe in 1945. It was designed to replace the Panzer IV and Panzer III. Having solved its initial tuning problems, its excellent combination of firepower and protection made it regarded by historians as one of the best German tanks of the war.

 
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Sd.Kfz.164
SKU DRA-6414
Brand DRAGON
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/35
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 Sd.Kfz.164 Hornisse (Nashorn, Early Variant) W/ Magic Track, Aluminum Barrel and four figuresThe Nashorn (rhinoceros) Sd.Kfz.164 was a German self-propelled anti-tank gun that appeared in 1943, during World War II. It was designed to make up for the lack of viable tank fighters on the Eastern Front.

 
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M4A1 Sherman
SKU DRA-7568
Brand DRAGON
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/72 M4A1 Sherman NormandyThe M4 Sherman was a U.S. medium tank, the standard vehicle in this category in service with the United States Army beginning in February 1942. It was built taking into consideration the developments in armored warfare, introduced in Europe by the Wehrmacht, and the need to have large mobile formations available quickly. Armed with a gradually upgraded 75-mm piece and a pair of machine guns, it operated with U.S. forces during World War II and then in the Korean War, generally successfully, although it had to complain about the ease of catching fire when hit, due to the location of the ammunition in the hull and the relatively modest armor (both problems related to the early versions). In its evolutions it managed to become the wagon with the best survival rate (chance of the crew being saved if the wagon is hit) of the war. The myth that it caught fire easily originated mainly from British mechanics, who saw many of them arrive charred, ignoring the fact that tankers were instructed to burn the vehicle if it was to be abandoned and that, if the ammunition reserves were hit, they did not detonate immediately, leaving time for the occupants to escape. During and after the world conflict it was supplied in large quantities to Washington's allies, and an assiduous operator was Israel, which kept the tank in service until the early 1970s. Still in 2006 the Sherman was being used by the Chilean Army.Equipped with reliable mechanics and a versatile hull, the Sherman was the tank built in the largest number of units in World War II along with the Soviet T-34 (more than 49 000 in nineteen versions) and was the progenitor of several other armored tanks including fighters and self-propelled vehicles, which in turn were supplied in thousands.

 
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Sturmgeschütz III Ausf. C/D
SKU DRA-6851
Brand DRAGON
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/35
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 Sturmgeschütz III Ausf. C/D 7.5cm KANONE (Sd.Kfz. 142)The Sturmgeschütz III, a designation often abbreviated to StuG III, was an assault cannon supplied to the German Army during World War II, carved from the hull of the Panzer III medium tank. Installing the main armament in casemates instead of in a revolving turret, although it made the weapon system less effective than a tank, it made the vehicle easier to produce and cheaper. The idea of the assault gun was conceived by Colonel (later General) von Manstein in 1935 as a way of providing close artillery support to infantry units for the elimination of unprotected obstacles (e.g., machine gun nests, pillboxes, counter-tank weapons, etc.), so originally the Sturmgeschütz were not intended to engage tanks. In the course of the war the tactical employment of the Sturmgeschütz was changed, and beginning in 1942, in addition to infantry support they were employed as tank fighters, leaving the task exclusively of infantry support to the Sturmhaubitze 42 . In the last months of the war, contrary to General Guderian's opinion, they were tactically even used as tanks.

 
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Tiger I
SKU DRA-6990
Brand DRAGON
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/35
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 Tiger I Early Production Wittmann's TigerThe Panzer VI Tiger I (short for Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger I, army identification number Sd.Kfz. 181) was a heavy tank produced by Nazi Germany during World War II. Developed in 1942 in response to the armored vehicles fielded by the Soviet Union, it was the Wehrmacht's first tank to mount an 88 mm gun and was employed, usually in independent armored battalions, on all war fronts.The Roman numeral "I" was introduced when the Tiger II (nicknamed Königstiger, the German term for Bengal Tiger, literally in Italian royal tiger) began to be produced.

 
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StuG.III Ausf.G
SKU DRA-6755
Brand DRAGON
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/35
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 StuG.III Ausf.G Initial Production w/Magic TrackThe Sturmgeschütz III, a designation often abbreviated to StuG III, was an assault gun supplied to the German Army during World War II, made from the hull of the Panzer III medium tank. Installing the main armament in casemate instead of in a revolving turret, although it made the weapon system less effective than a tank, it made the vehicle easier to produce and cheaper. The idea of the assault gun was conceived by Colonel (later General) von Manstein in 1935 as a way of providing close artillery support to infantry units for the elimination of unprotected obstacles (e.g., machine gun nests, blockhouses, counter-tank weapons, etc.), so originally the Sturmgeschütz were not intended to engage tanks. In the course of the war the tactical employment of the Sturmgeschütz was changed, and beginning in 1942, in addition to infantry support they were employed as tank fighters, leaving the task exclusively of infantry support to the Sturmhaubitze 42 . In the last months of the war, contrary to General Guderian's opinion, they were tactically even used as tanks.

 
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Sd.Kfz.251/10 Ausf.C
SKU DRA-6983
Brand DRAGON
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/35
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 Sd.Kfz.251/10 Ausf.CSd.Kfz 251 was a German, medium, half-track armored transport of World War II. The first prototypes of the vehicle were made in 1935, and mass production continued in 1939-1945, ending with the production of about 14,500 units. The Sd.Kfz 251 was powered by a Maybach HL 42 TURKM six-cylinder engine with 100 hp .Sd.Kfz 251 was developed as a new basic semi-trailer of the German armed forces. Its design was based on the Sd.Kfz.11 heavy tractor, with several elements modified in the adapted chassis: a new fuel tank was added, the position of the steering wheel, and the exhaust system was redesigned. In the course of series production, four basic versions of the Sd.Kfz 251 (Ausf. A, B, C, and D) were made with regard to details concerning the production process (especially the C version) and a slightly different arrangement of elements within the fuselage. More than 20 variants and versions of the Sd.Kfz 251 were created during World War II. The first chronological one was the Sd.Kfz 251/1, which was the basic version, armed with two MG34 or MG42 machine guns and capable of carrying up to 10 landing troops. A version of the Sd.Kfz 251/2, armed with an 80 mm mortar, was developed in 1941. There was also a version of the Sd.Kfz 251/3, which was a communications and radio vehicle with several sets of radio stations and antennas. In 1942 the Sd.Kfz 251/9 Stummel variant was developed, armed with a 75 mm StuK 37 short-barreled gun. More interesting versions were the Sd.Kfz 251/16 with two flamethrowers or the Sd.Kfz 251/20 UHU equipped with an infrared radiation emitter and intended for night targeting. Sd.Kfz 251 machines of all versions served mainly in armored divisions and armored grenadiers on practically all fronts of World War II: from the September campaign (1939), through the campaign in France (1940), fighting in the Balkans and North Africa (1941 -1943) after fighting on the Eastern (1941-1945) and Western (1944-1945) fronts.

 
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Sd.Kfz. 250/9 Ausf. A
SKU DRA-6882
Brand DRAGON
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/35
Type: Veicoli Militari
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1/35 Sd.Kfz. 250/9 Ausf. A le. S.P.W (2cm)The Sd.Kfz. 250, short for the German Army's inventory designation Sonderkraftfahrzeug 250 ("Special Vehicle 250"), was a half-track troop/combat transport vehicle issued to German mechanized formations during World War II. The official name, less well known than the acronym, was leichter gepanzerter Mannschafts-Transportwagen until 1942, later replaced by the term leichte Schützenpanzerwagen.The Sd.Kfz. 250 was designed in 1939-1940 from the artillery tractor Sd.Kfz. 10 in order to ensure close cooperation between infantry and tanks in mechanized warfare; the result was a vehicle suitable for carrying an infantry section (4 men) and armed at first with one or two 7.92 mm MG 34 machine guns. It was distributed in two main versions called alt ("old") and neu ("new") depending on the conformation of the superstructure, which was simplified in the second version to speed up production: it abundantly exceeded 6,000 units, although it failed to supply all the units required to complete the staffs of the reconnaissance battalions of the armored divisions in service. Soon the half-track was also supplied in an increasing number of variants, as well as undergoing unofficial field modifications: it thus also operated as a command vehicle, fire observation, radio center, close support, and anti-aircraft gun platform.

 
 
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Sd.Kfz. 171 Panther G
SKU DRA-7206
Brand DRAGON
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/72 Sd.Kfz. 171 Panther G Late VersionThe Panzer V Panther (short for Panzerkampfwagen V Panther, army identification number Sd.Kfz. 171) is a German medium tank produced during World War II that served from mid-1943 until the end of the conflict in Europe in 1945. It was designed to replace the Panzer IV and Panzer III. Having solved its initial tuning problems, its excellent combination of firepower and protection made it regarded by historians as one of the best German tanks of the war.

 
 
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U.S. Rangers
SKU DRA-6021
Brand DRAGON
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/35
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 U.S. Rangers (Normandy 1944)Operation Overlord is an Allied offensive operation involving an air and sea landing in Normandy (northern France), which began on June 6, 1944 and officially ended on August 30 of that year. On the Allied side, about 1.4 million soldiers took part in the first days of the operation, a number that eventually rose to about 2.1 million. The commander in chief was U.S. General DD Eisenhower. By the way, the future president of the United States in 1953-1961. On the German side, about 0.3 million soldiers were initially fighting, with a total force estimated at about 0.65 million. The formal commander-in-chief was Field Marshal Gerd von Rundstedt. Plans for Western Allied landing operations in Europe had been developed since 1942, but their final form crystallized in 1943. The operation, which was eventually called Overlord, presupposed the landing of Allied forces - American and British, but also Canadian, Free French and later Polish troops - in Normandy, with simultaneous landings by sea and air. It presupposed the involvement of a gigantic flotilla of auxiliary and landing craft (over 4,000 ships in total) and over 10,000 aircraft. For this reason, Operation Overlord has gone down in history as the largest landing operation in the history of wars! Operations began on June 6, 1944 (the so-called D-Day) with the Allied landing on the beaches of Normandy. After the capture of the beachheads and their fusion, there was a period of stalemate and the inability to penetrate the German defense, as exemplified by the repeated Allied attacks on the city of Caen. The turning point was only Operation Cobra in late July 1944, which led to the breakthrough and the exit of German troops from the rear. As a result of this maneuver, the German retreat took place, costing the Wehrmacht much effort and resources. The political and military effect of the operation was the liberation of Paris and the lion's share of France, and the effective creation of the so-called Second Front in Europe.The U.S. Army Rangers (full name: United States Army Rangers), or Rangers for short, are a light infantry unit of the U.S. Army whose roots go back to the 17th century! It was then that units of irregular troops (actually militia) with that name were formed to fight Indians. The unit with that name also took part in the U.S. War of Independence (1775-1783). However, the genesis of modern US Rangers troops dates back to World War II, and more precisely to June 1942, when on the initiative of Col. Lucian Truscotta the 1st Ranger Battalion was formed. Soldiers from this unit took part during Operation Torch (1942) and later in North Africa, until the summer of 1943. Later the unit was expanded by the 3rd and 4th Battalions. These units took part in the battles on the Apennines (1943-1944), but in the course of their course suffered such great losses that they were disbanded. Simultaneously and temporarily, the 2nd and 5th Ranger Battalions, which took part in the fighting in Normandy, were formed almost simultaneously in the United States. However, after 1945, all battalions of this formation were disbanded. They were reformed for the purposes of the Korean War (1950-1953) and Vietnam (1964/1965-1975) as independent companies, theoretically forming the 75th Infantry Regiment. In 1974 the 1st and 2nd Ranger Battalions were created, and in 1984 the 3rd Battalion joined them. All of these battalions remain in active service to the present day. Soldiers from these battalions fought in, among other things, the Second Gulf War (2003) and during operations in Afghanistan (after 2001)

 
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U.S. Armored Infantry
SKU DRA-6366
Brand DRAGON
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/35
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 U.S. Armored InfantryAlready after the first combat experiences in North Africa at the turn of 1942-1943, the U.S. Army changed the position of the American infantry division. From 1943, each infantry division had three full-time infantry regiments, which in turn consisted of three infantry battalions. In addition, the infantry regiment also included other units, for example: an anti-tank company, an artillery company, or a staff company. In total, the U.S. Army Infantry Regiment had about 3,100 soldiers. It should also be mentioned that the division also included a strong artillery component consisting of four artillery battalions: 3 light and 1 medium, most often armed with 105- and 155-mm howitzers. There was also, among others, an engineering battalion, a repair company, a reconnaissance unit, and a Military Police platoon. In total, the U.S. Infantry Division had about 14,200 personnel as of 1943. It fairly clearly dominated the artillery over the German division and had much better and, more importantly, fully motorized transportation assets, making it a highly mobile tactical formation. It also had much richer "individual" anti-tank weapons in the form of a large number of bazooka launchers, of which there were more than 500 in the entire division.

 
 
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U.S. 10th Mountain Division
SKU DRA-6377
Brand DRAGON
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/35
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 U.S. 10th Mountain Division Italy 1945 (Gen2)The U.S. 10th Mountain Division was formed in July 1943, based on the 87th Mountain Infantry Battalion already formed in December 1941. The division, at the time of its formation, consisted of three infantry regiments and was initially called the 10th Light Division, but did not receive its proper name until November 1944. It is worth adding that it spent much of 1943 and almost all of 1944 in training and did not enter action until early 1945. He was directed to the fighting in Italy, where he began his combat career on January 28, 1945. Because of its specialized training and other equipment, it performed much better in the Apennines than traditional infantry units. It was, among other things, thanks to the action of the 10th Mountain Division that Allied forces were able to reach the Po Valley relatively quickly in April 1945. Subsequently, the division crossed that river and reached as far as Lake Garda. After the end of World War II, it carried out occupation duties in Italy. During World War II, the division lost about 990 killed and about 4,200 wounded.

 
 
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Sd.Kfz. 251/1 Ausf. C
SKU DRA-6224
Brand DRAGON
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/35
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 Sd.Kfz. 251/1 Ausf. C (3-in-1) 251/1 sMG, 251/7, 251/10The Sd.Kfz. 251 was a German-built half-track military troop transport vehicle employed on all fronts by the Wehrmacht during the course of World War II. It was produced in four models, named Ausf. A, B, C and D, using the same chassis, but with different bodies, as needs evolved during the course of the war. A remarkable series of specialized vehicles were built on these basic vehicles for different tasks on the battlefield. The Sd.Kfz. 251 was used primarily as an infantry fighting vehicle, as from the vehicle's compartment the infantry was able to use its own weapons.

 
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Panzergrenadiers
SKU DRA-6159
Brand DRAGON
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/35
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 Panzergrenadiers, LAH Division (Kursk 1943)Panzergrenadier is a German term for a formation of panzer grenadiers, i.e., infantry units trained to fight closely with their tanks. This term was officially used in 1942, when infantry divisions were renamed grenadier divisions and motorized infantry divisions to panzer grenadier divisions. It is worth adding that in the years 1937-1942, Schützen regiment was used to describe infantry regiments serving in armored units. Theoretically, the basic equipment of armored grenadier divisions was supposed to be armored half-tracks, particularly Sd.Kfz.251, but due to insufficient production, these infantry were often transported by truck. As a rule, an armored grenadier division consisted of three infantry regiments, two battalions in each regiment, and numerous support units, including antitank, antiaircraft, engineer, and communications units. Self-propelled guns, such as the StuG III, were often used in these formations. It is worth adding that armored grenadier divisions were formed not only in the Wehrmacht, but also in the Waffen SS, for example, the Totenkopf Division or the Hohenstaufen Division.The Battle of Kursk (German code name: Operation Zitadelle) is widely recognized-not entirely accurately-as the largest armored battle of World War II and the largest armored battle on the Eastern Front. It happened after the German defeat at Stalingrad in February 1943, but also after the victorious German counteroffensive at Kharkiv in March of the same year. The German side, joining the battle, counted on the full acquisition of the strategic initiative, the task of the Soviet side with the greatest possible losses, as well as the nipple of the Soviet offensive planned for the summer of 1943. The Red Army adopted a defensive posture, trying to bleed the attacking Germans dry in the initial phase of the operation, and then proceeded to a counteroffensive. The battle on the Kursk arc began on July 5, 1943, and, together with the Soviet operations at Orlowo and Belgorod, lasted until August 23 of that year. In its course, despite the involvement of significant forces by the German army and the new Tiger and Panther tanks, as well as Ferdinand fighters, the Soviets achieved victory, which they prepared very well for this battle and, despite suffering huge losses, managed to go on the counteroffensive. The Battle of Kursk proved to be one of the turning points in World War II. It is estimated that as a result (from July 5 to August 23) the German Army lost about 240,000 soldiers - killed, wounded and captured, about 1,300 tanks and about 1,000 aircraft. The Red Army's losses were undoubtedly greater.

 
 
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