The Longest Day. D-Day battle-set
Years of planning culminate in The Longest Day, the long-awaited invasion begins with the assault on the beaches of Normandy; D-Day 6th June 1944... The longest day Normandy, 6 June 1944. The Allies undertake the largest and most ambitious amphibious...
£224.00
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Beachhead Assault! D-Day battle-set collectors edition
Go ultimate, with the D-Day collector's edition. Everything you could possibly want within this perfect battle set, to recreate your invasion of Europe this 75th D-Day anniversary. Beachhead Assault! - D-Day collectors edition contains The Longest Day - D-Day battle-set...
£336.00
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Sherman Crocodile flamethrower tank
Inspired by the powerful British Churchill Crocodile and their own experiences in the Pacific with other versions of flamethrower tanks the US army ordered some 100 Sherman Crocodile variants from the British, who were recognised as leading the field in...
£33.50
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DUKW amphibious truck
£29.00
DUKW amphibious truck
During World War II, it became apparent that there was a need for amphibious transport that could both ferry men to the beaches and shuttle supplies back and forth. The DUKW (colloquially known as Duck) is a six-wheel-drive amphibious modification...
£29.00
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M7 Priest self-propelled gun
£26.00
M7 Priest self-propelled gun
Rumbling onto the battlefield comes the M7 Priest, the workhorse of the motorised artillery units, bringing unparalleled close fire support to the US and British armies. In 1941 a converted prototype, the T32, based on the early M3 Lee chassis was...
£26.00
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British M7 Priest SPG (NW Europe/Italy)
In 1941 a converted prototype, the T32, based on the early M3 Lee chassis, was chosen to test mount the US Army’s new M2 105mm Howitzer. The T32 was modified with an open-topped superstructure, mounting a 105mm howitzer and an...
£26.00
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US Airborne Jeep (1944-45)
£17.00
US Airborne Jeep (1944-45)
In June 1940 the American army asked for a vehicle that could "go-anywhere". The answer was the four-wheel drive Willys MB and the Ford GPW, both models referred to as 'Jeeps'. 630,000 jeeps were produced by the end of the...
£17.00
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