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Hungarian Starter Force
The Royal Hungarian Army Hungary raised and deployed two Armoured Field Divisions, one mechanised Cavalry Division, and eight Assault gun Battalions. The Carpathian Army Group was sent as the initial contribution to the German’s Operation Barbarossa. This unit contained the...
£67.00 £62.00
Stug III ausf G with saukopf (Pig's snout) mantlet Box Set
The Sturmgeschutz assault gun was based on the Panzer III Chassis. It saw service at the start of the war. Throughout the war it was up-armed and up-gunned and became the standard German Army Assault Gun. It fought on all...
£23.00
Panzer 35(t)
Originally produced as a light cavalry tank for the Czech Army and also supplied to Afghanistan, Romania and Bulgari, the Wermacht used 218 captured Czechoslovakian from March 1939 onwards. It saw plenty of use in the German Army being used...
£20.00
Panzer 38(t)
The sister tank to the 35(t) the 38(t) was also adopted by the German Army after the occupation of Czechoslovakia. Its crew praised it for its dependability and also ease of repair. Its light weight meant that it saw use...
£20.00
Panther Ausf G
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...
£26.00
Hungarian Army support group
Available in this neat box set, the Hungarian Army Support Group - grab yourself the new Hungarian HQ, Medium Machine Gun and Medium Mortar! Hungarian Army HQ Since 1872, the Ludovica Military Academy had been turning out competent and efficient...
£20.00
Hungarian Parachute Assault section
The 1st Hungarian Parachute Battalion was formed in 1940 with transportation provided by the national airline Mágyar Légiforgalmi R.t. They saw their first combat experience against Yugoslavia in 1941 where they captured the Franz Josef Canal after some initial mishaps....
£15.00
Hungarian Army Honved Division section
Although the majority of infantry forces fielded by the Royal Hungarian Army in 1944–45 were not combat hardened, there were some experienced units after 3 years of fighting on the Eastern Front. Infantry Divisions of the Hungarian First Army had...
£15.00
39M Csaba armoured car
Named after a famous son of Attila, king of the Huns, the Csaba 39M was produced in Hungary based on designs by Nicholas Straussler, a Hungarian designer living and working in Great Britain between the wars. Its principal service was...
£19.00
Hungarian Army HQ
Since 1872, the Ludovica Military Academy had been turning out competent and efficient officers and graduated the majority of officers for the Hungarian Army. A core of competent and educated officers struggled to handle the large expansion of the Hungarian...
£6.00
Hungarian Army MMG team
The Schwarzlose 7/31M machine gun was used extensively in World War I and put to use right away in the new conflict. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£7.00
Hungarian Army medium mortar team
Like virtually all nations, the Hungarians adopted a medium mortar based on the French Brandt 81.4mm. The 36/39M was common throughout the Hungarian Defence Force and employed modern shaped charges to good effect. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£7.00
Hungarian Army Honved Division section (winter)
Although the majority of infantry forces fielded by the Royal Hungarian Army in 1944–45 were not combat hardened, there were some experienced units after 3 years of fighting on the Eastern Front. Infantry Divisions of the Hungarian First Army had...
£15.00
Hungarian Army anti-tank teams
The Hungarian Army had to adapt quickly after joining the Axis war effort. Although they retained a highly effective officer training programme, the lack of effective anti-tank weaponry available to them was a problem they shared with the Germans. This...
£6.00
Hungarian Army Pak 40 anti-tank gun
The 7.5 cm PaK 40 (7.5 cm Panzerabwehrkanone 40) was a German anti-tank gun developed in 1939-1941 by Rheinmetall and used during the Second World War. PaK 40 formed the backbone of German anti-tank guns for the latter part of...
£16.00
Hungarian Army Pak 36 light anti-tank gun
Supplied by the Germans, the Hungarians utilised the 37mm PaK 36 as a light anti-tank gun. A version of the PaK 36 was produced to use the 40mm calibre ammunition of the Hungarian made Skoda A17 anti-tank gun. The Pak...
£13.00
Hungarian Army 44M 'mace thrower' rocket launcher
Roughly translated as the ‘mace-thrower’, the 44M Buzogányvető was a prototype rocket weapon designed towards the end of the war. The dual unguided rockets were mounted on either captured and converted Soviet Maxim MG wheeled carriages, or a custom tripod....
£13.00
Panzer IV Ausf D
The Panzer IV was also developed before the start of the war, as a 20 tonne chassis to carry a 75mm howitzer for close infantry support. It was the largest German tank at the onset of war, and the earliest...
£22.00
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