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Regia Marina Crew
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Regia Marina Crew
Man your ships! It's time to set sail, get your men into position and arm your guns with the Cruel Seas crew! Each crew pack contains 6x 3 1/300th scale metal crewmen. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Soviet Navy Fleet
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Soviet Navy Fleet
Voyenno-morskoy flot SSSR (VMF) – i.e. The Military Maritime Fleet of the USSR, or the ‘Red Fleet’ for short. The Russian Armed forces of WWII are an interesting blend of extraordinary innovation and technical achievement, and extraordinary inexperience and foolish...
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Soviet Bronekater pr.1125
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Soviet Bronekater pr.1125
A most peculiar type of riverine and estuary craft was also developed by the Russians. This was the 1124 and 1125 class of armoured rivercraft or Bronekater. These shallow draught craft, drawing only 2-foot of water, could penetrate river systems...
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Cruel Seas: Soviet Bronekater pr.1125 with Katyusha
Often referred to as the “riverine tanks” or “Bronekater” the gunboats of the project 1124 and 1125 series played an important role in securing the large system of waterways of the Soviet Union. Transportable by train from a river to...
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Soviet D-3 MTBs
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Soviet D-3 MTBs
The D-3 class was built in wood, and carrying torpedoes openly on deck could attain speeds of 32 knots(59 km/h, 37 mph). Later boats in the series had improved engines increasing operating speeds to 48 knots (89 km/h, 55 mph)!...
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Soviet G-5 MTBs
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Soviet G-5 MTBs
The Soviets used many captured craft and received British and American MTBs that were used in their light flotillas. Their home-grown efforts, however, produced the peculiar looking G-5 light torpedo boats. They built scores of these aluminium boats, a material...
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Soviet Fugas-class Minesweeper
Built with steel hulls using a mixed welding and riveted construction they were intended to be very comfortable on long voyages, with central heating, sauna and even a cinema! In practice they proved unstable in big seas and with their...
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Il-2 Sturmovik flight
£8.00
Il-2 Sturmovik flight
The Il-2 Sturmovik was a ground-attack aircraft which, with its successor, was one of the most produced aircraft in aviation history. It played a crucial role on the Eastern front as it was the main backbone of the Red Army...
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Cruel Seas Soviet Navy weapons pack
A lot of naval vessels were armed to the teeth with a variety of weaponry. Ranging from anti-infantry to anti-vessel and anti-air, a lot of ships were basically made to be a 'jack of all trades' type of threat, able...
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Soviet Navy Crew
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Soviet Navy Crew
Man your ships! It's time to set sail, get your men into position and arm your guns with the Cruel Seas crew! Each crew pack contains 6x 3 1/300th scale metal crewmen. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Cruel Seas: M5 CRDA 60t (Series 1) boat
The Motosilurante CRDA 60 t (also known as MS boat) was an MTB built for the Italian Regia Marina. Modelled after German E-Boats, they were used in conjunction with the faster, although less seaworthy, MAS boats. 18 off these vessels...
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Cruel Seas: Soviet MO-4 patrol boat
MO-4 was the most common of the MO class of small Soviet ships during World War II. Approximately 250 examples were produced. The vessels were incredibly cheap, being unarmoured and with a wooden structure. However, the way the vessels were...
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Cruel Seas: IJN No 13 Subchaser
The IJN Subchaser was developed to counter the increased threat to Japanese shipping posed by a growing number of submarines in the Soviet Pacific Ocean Fleet. Though three sub classes were produced, they were all referred to as the No.13...
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Cruel Seas: German Kriegsfischkutter
Known as KFKs, these vessels were mostly wooden fishing boats intended for use by the Kriegsmarine as patrol boats and sub chasers. Their design dates back to 1920. A huge building programme was launched in 1942, making them the largest...
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Cruel Seas: Kriegsfischkutter Flotilla
Known as KFKs, these vessels were mostly wooden fishing boats intended for use by the Kriegsmarine as patrol boats and sub chasers. Their design dates back to 1920. A huge building programme was launched in 1942, making them the largest...
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AB-Tei Gunboat
£15.00
AB-Tei Gunboat
The IJA started developing small gunboats for close support of amphibious landings in 1924 and by 1927 had the AB-Tei gunboat. By WWII these would be diesel-powered. They would be transported to the landing zones on merchant ships. They were...
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Cruel Seas: HMS Campbeltown
£40.00
Cruel Seas: HMS Campbeltown
Originally a US destroyer, HMS Campbeltown was transferred to the Royal Navy as part of the Destroyers for Bases agreement after the outset of World War Two. She was arguably the most famous of these ships due to her role...
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