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British Tank Commanders
Being closed down inside any armoured vehicle is frustrating – cramped, hot, smelly, dirty and with dreadful visibility! The only way to get a feel for what’s actually going on is to have look-see – but watch out for...
British Churchill AVRE
AVRE stands for Armoured Vehicle Royal Engineers and provided excellent battlefield suppost to the engineers. Armed with a devastating 290mm spigot mortar this tank was more than capable of cracking bunkers and other fortifications as well as providing the...
Tetrarch light tank
Used in Operation Ironclad (the amphibious invasion of Madagascar) in 1942, the Tetrarch would later go on to play a vital role in the Airborne operations during the invasion of Normandy, adding much-needed fire support and mobility to the British...
Centaur Mk IV
The Centaur IV close support vehicle was developed mid war to provide much needed firepower for a seaborne assault. It equipped the Royal Marines Armoured Support Group and was first used in Normandy. It was formed of 2 Armoured Support...
Churchill Crocodile Flamethrowing Tank
The Churchill Crocodile is a Churchill tank but with the hull mounted Besa Heavy Machine Gun replaced with a flame thrower. The fuel for the flame thrower was transported in a six and a half ton trailer towed behind...
British Churchill MkVII
The Churchill was one of the heaviest allied tanks of the war, best known for its heavy armour, large longitudinal chassis with all-around tracks with multiple bogies, and its use as the basis of many specialist vehicles. It will be...
Panther Ausf D
The Panther was the best all-round German tank of the war and although conceived as a medium tank, at 45 tons and with frontal armour over 100mm thick, it could easily be rated more highly. The Panther's thick, sloping front...
Vickers Light Tank Mk VIC
The Mk VI was produced from 1936 to 1940 with approximately 1,000 Mark VI tanks having been built. The VIc was mechanically identical to the VIb but its .303 and .50 Vickers machine guns were replaced with 15mm and 7.92mm...
Renault R40 Tank
The Renault R40 or Char léger modèle 1935 R modifié 1939 was a French light infantry tank that was used early in World War II, an improvement of the Renault R35, of which it is often considered a variant. One...
A12 Matilda II (BEF) infantry tank
The A12, more commonly known as the Matilda II, had exceptional armour, allowing it to shrug off hit after hit that would cripple a lesser vehicle. Pack contains 1 resin and metal vehicle Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Vickers Light Tank Mk VIB
The Mk VI was produced from 1936 to 1940 with approximately 1,000 Mark VI tanks having been built. The VIb was mechanically identical to the VIa but with differences to make manufacture easier. It was armed with .303 and .50 Vickers Machine...
Polish 7TP Tank
A development of the British Vickers 6-ton light tank the Polish 7TP saw combat in the Defence of Poland in 1939. Although significantly better armed than the German’s Panzer I and Panzer II the 7TP was never fielded in enough...
Char D-1 Infantry tank
The French plan of 1926, calling for the creation of a Light Infantry Support Tank, led to the development of the existing Renault NC1 prototype into the Char D1. One hundred and sixty vehicles of this type were produced between...
Renault R39 Tank
The R39 is a variant of the R35 but armed with the heavier 37mm SA38 L/33 gun allowing it to operate in an anti-tank capacity. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Belgian T15 Light Tank
The Carden Loyd tankettes were a series of British pre-World War II tankettes; the most successful of which was the Mark VI, the only version built in significant numbers. It became a classic tankette design worldwide, was license-built by several...
Sherman V Tank
The most populous British Tank, the only downside to which was a high silhouette but made up by its reliability and ruggedness. It was armed with a 75mm gun and two .30 cal Machine Guns. It was supplied to Britain...
Twin-turreted Polish 7TP tank
The 7TP - 7 ton Polish - tank (an odd choice for name seeing as the weight increased to 9 tons after the prototype stage!) was the mainstay of the Polish armoured formations. This variant of the 7TP has two...
KV-1 heavy tank
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A9 Cruiser tank Mk I
The A9 Cruiser, MK I was an effective tank in the North African campaigns, it's 2 pdr gun was lethal against the early Italian tanks it encountered during the North African campaign and could also hold its own against Rommel's...
KV-2 heavy tank
The KV tanks were a series of heavy tanks, named after the Soviet defence commissar and politician Kliment Voroshilov. Known for their extremely heavy armour protection during the early part of the War, especially during the first year of the...
M3 Grant medium tank
The first M3s were operational in late 1941 the U.S. Army needed a good tank and coupled with Great Britain's demand for a medium tank immediately, the Lee began production by late 1940. The tank's first actions during the war...