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Category Archives: Germany
This common 6 x 4 medium duty truck served the Wehrmacht throughout the War years. Let’s take a brief look.
By the end of the line, Germany’s infamous “Stuka” was no longer a dive bomber. Let’s take a look at close support, 1944.
Although the Me 509 is often included on a list with “Luftwaffe ’46” subjects, that is truly inappropriate. Its more of a “Alt Luft ’43” subject. As World War II was getting started, Willy Messerschmitt recognized his Bf 109 as … Continue reading
Germany’s famous, and very heavy Tiger tank entered production Summer of 1942. Time for a quick look at one of the very first to see combat.
I’ve built another one. I feel like I have a pretty good assortment of fuel trucks at this point! What can we say about this Luftwaffe service vehicle?
Werner Shroer One of the more successful fighter pilots against the Western Allies. Let’s take a look at Werner Shroer who rose from enlisted ranks to high Luftwaffe Command during the War years.
Every nation had light civil aircraft that were used for light duty currier and transport work. Let’s look at one in the bloodline of a famous warrior.
One of the more important German types in service to the last day of the War. Let’s take a look at a close support version of the famous fighter.
One of the main bomber types in service with the Luftwaffe at the start of World War II, the Do 17 was a key part of those early operations. Let’s take a look at a familiar and important type.
The dramatic spiral in size and capability continued to the end of World War II. Just what were the upper limits? Could a monster vehicle be effective in combat? Let’s take a look.