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75mm Pack Howitzer (with optional wheels)
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75mm Pack Howitzer (with optional wheels)
Ref: US048

Designed in the 1920's , this ingeniously designed howitzer weighed just over 1300lbs and could be broken down and carried by mule train. Used on all theatres by both the British and Americans it remained in service into the 1960's...

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75mm SP PzKfw 39H(f) (SPG Conversion of Hotchkiss H39)
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75mm SP PzKfw 39H(f) (SPG Conversion of Hotchkiss H39)
Ref: BG105

This 75mm PaK40 SPG was based on the captured chassis of the Hotchkiss H39 Light Tank (BF04), with a...

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76.2cm PaK 36(r) Anti-Tank Gun
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76.2cm PaK 36(r) Anti-Tank Gun
Ref: G078

Following the capture of the Russian M36 Anti-Tank gun in huge numbers, the Wehrmacht decided to add it to their ordnance inventory. It was used in its original form as the FK296(r) but later was redesigned and rechambered to accept the PaK40 cartridge as the Pak36(r) and saw service on all front...

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76.2mm M1936 Field Gun
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76.2mm M1936 Field Gun
Ref: R009

The Soviet Union lost almost 50% of their field guns in the first six months of WWII. Amongst them were large numbers of this fine weapon which resulted in the Germans' adopting it as the FK296(r)(see G78) even mounting them on some of their Marders (see G77 & G225) and on the famous "Diana" half...

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8" Howitzer M1
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8" Howitzer M1
Ref: US134

The 8" M1 (203mm) Heavy Howitzer used by the US and British Army during World War II and the Korean War. It was developed from the British 8" Mk VII howitzer.

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8.8cm PaK 43/41 Anti-Tank Gun
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8.8cm PaK 43/41 Anti-Tank Gun
Ref: G069

Known as the ""Scheunentor" (Barn Door), due to its size and awkwardness to manhandle, this was none the less, a well liked and highly effective gun and from late 1943 was deployed on all fronts.

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8.8cm Racketenwerfer 43 (Puppchen)
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8.8cm Racketenwerfer 43 (Puppchen)
Ref: G137

This unusual weapon was known popularly as the Puppchen - a reflection of its diminutive size. This small recoilless gun fired rocket propelled grenades (RPGs), but due to cost and its limited range it was not too widely used.

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90mm M1/M1A1 Anti-Aircraft Gun on Trailer
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90mm M1/M1A1 Anti-Aircraft Gun on Trailer
Ref: US100

The US Army had 171 of these guns in service December 1941 and they continued in service until wars end, seeing action on all fronts but particularly in the Pacific. It was usually towed by the M4 High Speed Tractor (US55) and could also be used in the Anti-Tank role although its performance was ...

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9kw Generator on 15cwt Trailer
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9kw Generator on 15cwt Trailer
Ref: UK060

This Canadian built 9kw generator was used by both British and Canadian forces in Italy and NW Europe...

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A11 Matilda Mk.I Infantry Tank (Early)
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A11 Matilda Mk.I Infantry Tank (Early)
Ref: UK001

The A11 Infantry Tank was powered by a Ford V8 engine and armed with a single .303 MG . A total of 140 were completed by August 1940 with most being sent to France with the BEF.

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