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    For TABLE OF CONTENTS of all images in this thread please see Page 19


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    NOTICE: If you don't see the images in some of the older posts means I had used up the 10GB bandwidth for this month. I'm sorry these pictures can no longer be viewed until next month where the counter will be reset to zero and the pictures would then appear again. For the newer posts I am using another account so it is not affected. Enjoy !






    LAH099 Hitler & His Dog (King and Country LAH099)





    "Although often ill-at-ease with people Hitler, a life-long vegetarian, genuinely loved animals... especially dogs. Here, he wears his simple field gray jacket adorned with his party badge, Iron Cross First Class, Imperial German Wound Badge and black trousers. By his side is his faithful German Shepherd... Blondi... Together they would die in his Berlin bunker in May 1945. "









    The large size image....








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    The large size image....













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    LAH106 Eva Braun (King and Country LAH106)






    "Hitlerís long-time mistress and, briefly, wife. She met him when only 17 and working as an assistant to his personal photographer. By all accounts, friendly, outgoing and totally disinterested in politics."



    The large size image....










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    HK177 Stray Dog (King and Country HK177)


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    LAH142 New Standing w/ Banner (King and Country LAH142)






    "This particular SS officer is wearing the dress "aiguillettes and gauntlets" of the 1st company of the "SS Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler"."



    The large size image....










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    LAH138 Walking "SEPP" Dietrich (King and Country LAH138)






    "Sepp Dietrich in a new parade pose."


    For the war-time version of this model please see here


    The large size image....










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    LW016 Luftwaffe General Erhard Milch (King and Country LW016)






    "Originally a friend of Herman Goering, Milch owed a lot to the Reichsmarschall. He was thought to be half-Jewish yet still achieved high rank in the Luftwaffe. Eventually he fell out of favour but still managed to survive both the war and a brief spell as a jailed war criminal. He died in 1972."



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    LAH059 Marching Algemeine Officer (King and Country LAH059)






    "Marching Algemeine Officer."



    The large size image....










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    The Fuhrer reviewing SS (Schutzstaffel) Troops





    The flipped view below.... (click to see the large size image)
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    LAH164 Pre 1933 SS Man Marching w/ Rifle (King and Country LAH164)






    "Pre 1933 SS Man Marching w/ Rifle."



    The large size image....










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    LAH165 Pre 1933 SS Honour Guard w/ Rifle (King and Country LAH165)






    "Before 1933 and the adoption of the Hugo Boss-designed black uniform the SS were similar in style to SA… substituting black for brown kepis and trousers."



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    Early SS uniform. SS men were expected to provide their own uniforms which also differed from those of the SA. SS men wore the brown shirt but, unlike the SA, they had a black cap adorned with a silver death's head, a black tie and black breeches,


    LAH153 SA Honour Guard w/ Rifle Post 239
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    The slogan "Arbeit Macht Frei" (a German phrase meaning "work makes (you) free") was placed at the entrances to a number of Nazi concentration camps.





    Nazi Germany maintained concentration camps throughout the territories it controlled. The first Nazi concentration camps were erected in Germany in March 1933.
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    Dragon Armor - 88mm FlaK 36, Stalingrad 1942 (Dragon Armor 60630)






    "The newest 1/72 Dragon Armor is an amazing replica of a German 8.8cm Flak 36 gun, and naturally it's been newly tooled. Originally an antiaircraft weapon, the "88" was one of the most famous weapons of WWII, and several variants were produced. One of them was the Flugzeugabwehrkanone (Flak) 36, which was in its element when serving as an anti-tank cannon. The 7.4-tonne gun could be readied for action in just 2.5 minutes. Muzzle velocity was 820m/ and it was particularly deadly against enemy tanks. Entering service in 1936/37, it was commonly fitted with a shield to protect crewmembers when engaging ground targets.

    Dragon Armor's first depiction of the Flak 36 shows a weapon in action during the bloody Battle of Stalingrad in 1942, a conflagration that culminated in a massive defeat for German forces. The gun on its cruciform platform is painted in a typical early-war camouflage scheme of gray. This particular weapon has had a stunning career as illustrated by the number of kill marks chalked on the armored shield. This was a legendary weapon of WWII, and Dragon's model is accomplished in both its level of detail and finish."




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    In the early 1940s, the only effective weapon the German army possessed against the Russian T-34 and KV-1 was this 88mm anti-aircraft gun.





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    The large size image....










    Page from the actual field manual of the "88"....










    The 88mm was a versatile weapon capable of serving many roles from anti-aircraft to anti-tank and artillery. By this time, the 88mm had already proven itself as a formidable tank killer, highly accurate and capable of taking out enemy tanks at extreme ranges of up to 2000 metres.

    As such a variant of the 88mm anti-tank gun was mounted on the new German Tiger I Tank which was rolled out in the August of 1942.




    Last edited by DM101; 9th May 2015 at 10:48 AM.

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