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Hungarian Starter ForceAdd to Wish List
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...
Italian Stuart-T Tesla TankAdd to Wish List
Italy’s demands for armoured vehicles was both passionate and excessive, but the Allies quickly recognised that if they were to release forces from Italy, they needed to arm the Italians. Numerous M3 Stuarts were available to transfer to Italy, and...
Jagdpanzer IV L70(V) tank destroyerAdd to Wish List
The Jagdpanzer IV, Sd.Kfz. 162, was a tank destroyer based on the Panzer IV chassis built in three main variants. Minor modifications and improvements were made throughout the production runs of all variants, as well as several field improvements, the...
King Tiger (Porsche Turret)Add to Wish List
The Königstiger (officially named the Panzerkampfwagen Tiger Ausf. B), known as the 'King Tiger' or 'Royal Tiger' by the Allies, was a development of the famous Tiger I tank. It's introduction to hostilities in 1944 caused significant problems for the...
King Tiger-X with heavy rail gunAdd to Wish List
Whilst production of the Tiger II remains limited and has been further curtailed by resources diverted to the heavy panzermech programme, the tank remains a highly potent vehicle. As rift-tech developments have led to newer and more potent weapon systems,...
M4A3E2 Sherman Jumbo heavy assault tankAdd to Wish List
Knowing D-Day approached, and in order to assault fortifications, the US army looked to 'upgrade' the standard M4A3 Shermans. The resultant tank arrived in the June–July 1944, with the US Army receiving a limited run of some 250 M4A3E2 Jumbo...
M7 Priest self-propelled gunAdd to Wish List
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...