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Cyber Hobby 9132 Sd.Kfz.142 Stug.III Ausf B + Wehrmacht Infantería (Barbarossa 1941) 4 figure Para plástico Vehículos militares maquetas

Cyber Hobby 9132 Sd.Kfz.142 Stug.III Ausf B + Wehrmacht Infantería (Barbarossa 1941) 4 figure Para plástico Vehículos militares maquetasFabricanteCyber Hobby
Código de productoCyber Hobby 9132
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Cyber Hobby 9132 Sd.Kfz.142 Stug.III Ausf B + Wehrmacht Infantería (Barbarossa 1941) 4 figure Para plástico Vehículos militares maquetas

CategoríaPortada > Modelo Plásticos > Vehículos militares > Escala 1:35
Fecha Alta18/07/2013
DisponibilidadNo disponible
Precio de venta (incl. IVA)€ 0.00

Cyber Hobby 9132 Sd.Kfz.142 Stug.III Ausf B + Wehrmacht Infantería (Barbarossa 1941) 4 figure Para plástico Vehículos militares maquetas

Features:
- Bonus Wehrmacht Infantry, Barbarossa 1941 (4 figures set)
- Value-added Magic Tracks w/accurate details

Operation Barbarossa, the German invasion of Russia, was the world’s largest ever military operation both in terms of its scale and the price paid in casualties. On June 22, 1941, more than 4.5 million German and Axis troops attacked Russia along a 2,900km front. As well as these soldiers, the enormous military undertaking involved 600,000 vehicles and 750,000 horses. Barbarossa continued into the winter of December 1941, by which time the attack had faltered at the very gates of Moscow. Russia committed 3.2 million soldiers against the initial assault, and later fed in 5 million further soldiers. One of the armored fighting vehicles that Germany made good use of at that time was the Sturmgeschu"tz III assault gun. Based on the chassis of the Panzer III tank, this successful vehicle eventually became Germany’s most-produced AFV. One of the StuG.III variants employed during Operation Barbarossa was the Ausf.B, which mounted a short-barreled 7.5cm gun. A total of 300 StuG.III Ausf.B vehicles were built as close-support vehicles for the infantry.

Cyber-Hobby is launching a useful set in its Orange Box line. The box includes a 1/35 scale StuG.III Ausf.B model kit accompanied by a set of four Wehrmacht infantrymen marching across Russia’s vast steppes. The vehicle and soldiers are perfect for depicting the summer timeframe of Operation Barbarossa, a campaign that marks its 70th anniversary this year. Both these items are classic Dragon items. The 1/35 scale figure set has not been available for some time, but the marching figures are as sharply sculpted and well-posed today as they were a decade ago when they were first released. As for the StuG.III kit, it has been upgraded with new Magic Tracks. This economical Orange Box set allows modelers to recreate a typical scene from Operation Barbarossa.



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Cyber Hobby

La Cyber Hobby Models de la empresa relacionada con productos de plástico modelo, con una excelente calidad. Especializada en modelos de vehículos militares y los buques, en diversas escalas. En Shop RC Models podrás ver una presentación continua de la Cyber Hobby Models de los productos de la compañía.

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