Battle Brick German WW2 Armored Car Custom Set
Battle Brick German Sd. Kfz. 222 Armored Car PLEASE . This set is made of over 130 NEW LEGO Bricks. It includes: -1 custom direct printed German Soldier with MP40, stahlhelm. -Rotating turret -Adjustable machine gun -Seating for 2 minifigures: 1 inside and 1 in the turret -Accessories include: ax and custom fuel can. -Printed step-by-step instructions -Set comes in a box with bag containing hand sorted parts
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- Real LEGO minifigures, no counterfeits here!
- Printed step-by-step instructions
Rats and Foxes: Building Instructions for WWII in the Desert Using LEGO Bricks
The North African campaign of WWII took place in North Africa from June 10, 1940 to May 13 1943. It included campaigns fought in the Libyan and Egyptian deserts, and in Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. The campaign was fought between the Allies and Axis powers, many of whom had colonial interests in Africa dating back from the late 19th century. Fighting began with the Italian declaration of war on June 10, 1940. On June 14, the British Army's 11th Hussars crossed the border from Egypt into Libya and captured the Italian Fort Capuzzo. Information gleaned via British Ultra code-breaking intelligence proved critical to Allied success in North Africa. Victory for the Allies in this campaign immediately led to the Italian campaign, which ultimately culminated in the downfall of the fascist government in Italy and the elimination of a German ally. Instructions included in this volume are: The Rats (Allies): QF 25 Pounder, 6 Pounder 57mm Anti-Tank Gun, SAS Jeep, Bren Carrier LP2 with 2-Pounder Anti-Tank Gun, GMC 30 CWT Truck (LRDG), A12 Matilda II Infantry Tank, M3 Grant Medium Tank, Hurricane Iic Trop, Spitfire Mk Vc Trop, and CMP 15CWT Truck with 20mm Breda, And the Foxes (Axis): Kubelwagen, SdKfz 10 with Pak 36 Anti-Tank Gun, Panzer II Ausf C, Panzer III Ausf L, Panzer IV Ausf F, Messerschmitt Bf-109 E-4 Trop, and Opel Blitz with Flak 38 Bonus environmental instructions include a North African House and the Palm Tree Mk 1 Rats and Foxes is printed on heavy-weight glossy paper with a special lay-flat spiral binding. Also included is a vinyl sticker sheet with vehicle markings, insignia, and uniforms for 12 figures Each model includes a parts list to help locate all of the parts needed to build your model. This book is also filled with beautiful full-color photographs throughout the book, with plenty of ideas for displaying your models.
Operation Barbarossa: Building Instructions for WW2 LEGO Models
Operation Barbarossa was the code name for the German invasion of the Soviet Union during World War II. Launched on June 22, 1941, it was just the beginning of the most epic and costly battles in human history. Recreated in this book with LEGO bricks are many of the most important fighting vehicles of this first phase of the war on the Eastern Front. The wide open plains of Ukraine and Russia were ideal tank country, with which most of the battles were waged. This book contains complete full-color, step-by-step building instructions for 13 German and Russian military models from WWII. Instructions in this volume are: Panzer II ausf C Light Tank, Panzer 38(t) Light Tank, Panzer III ausf H Medium Tank, Panzer IV ausf E Medium Tank, SdKfz 10 Half Track Prime Mover, PaK 36 3.7cm Anti-Tank Gun, T-26 Model 1939 Light Tank, BT-7 Cavalry Tank, T34/76 Medium Tank, KV-1 Heavy Tank, KV-2 152mm Self-Propelled Gun, Gaz MM Light Truck, and 53-K Anti-Tank Gun, Model 1937.
The Pacific Theater: Building Instructions for WW2 Models Made from LEGO Bricks
The Pacific Theater was a major battlefield of World War II, where the Allies combatted the aggressive advances of Imperial Japan on land, at sea, and in the air. The Japanese assault on Pearl Harbor unleashed the combined fury of North American and South Pacific Allies. Within these pages you will find some of the most frequently used vehicles of the Pacific Theater, carefully recreated with LEGO bricks. Each build includes full-color, step-by-step instructions for building 11 Allied and Imperial Japanese military models from WWII.
German Panzer Divisions of WWII
Illustrated with hundreds of detailed artworks of tanks and their markings, German Panzer Divisions of World War II is a comprehensive study of the equipment and organization of Germanys armored divisions from 1939 to 1945. The book is divided into two volumes, detailing every Wehrmacht and SS panzer division in numbered order. Each divisional section is further broken down by campaign, accompanied by orders of battle, a brief divisional history of the campaign, and specific unit markings. Organized by division, the book describes in depth the various models of armored fighting vehicle in German service during World War II. This compact volume includes armored fighting vehicles of every type, from the Panzer Mk II, Panzer 35(t), and Panzer III tanks that led the invasions of Poland and France in the early years of the war, to the more potent Panzer V Panther, Panzer VI Tiger, and Sturmpanzer Brummbar that defended the Third Reich in its death throes. The book includes numerous types that fought on every front, from the SdKfz 22 armored car and Panzer IV Ausf F used by the 15th Panzer Division in the deserts of North Africa, to the Jagdpanzer IV tank destroyer and Hummel self-propelled artillery used by the 5th SS Division Wiking during the fighting retreats of 194445. All of the main infantry support weapons are also featured, including the 15cm Grille self-propelled gun, the Pak 40-armed SdKfz 252/22 halftrack, and the Panzerjäger 38 Marder III. Packed with more than 600 color artworks and photographs with exhaustive specifications, German Panzer Divisions of World War II is a key reference for modelers and enthusiasts of World War II armored fighting vehicles.
Sd.Kfz. 161 Panzer IV: Ausf. H/J (TopDrawings)
In June 1943 the production of Pz.Kpfw. IV Ausf. H began in order to increase the armor piercing capabilities of its main armament. Although the new model received the modified 75-mm KwK43 L/48 tank gun, the Ausf. H was still sharing many components with the previous version. This Panzer IV version first saw combat in the summer of 1943 during the German retreat on the Eastern front. The tank proved to be quite complicated and labor-consuming in production which led to simplifying its design. As a result, the less complex Ausf. J model was introduced into production in June 1944.
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