Due to the problems of recovering damaged heavy tanks (such as Tigers and Panthers) it was necessary to produce an equally heavy tracked vehicle to perform the task ... The Bergepanther was the result. Built on a Panther hull it usually employed a crew of three to operate the vehicle and its special equipment. Our model appears as it would have been seen on both the Western and Eastern Fronts during 1944 and ’45.
It’s been quite a while since we featured this little vehicle in our inventory but here it is...the “Kettenkrad”, together with its trailer. These vehicles appeared everywhere German forces fought...
Another Medic and a fellow soldier pull another seriously wounded comrade out of harm’s way.
The second version of this great ambulance model. This particular two-coloured Opel Blitz can be utilized in a wide variety of “combat theatres” — North Africa...Italy...Normandy...even the Eastern Front and...
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This young German nurse brings a basin of water to allow the doctor to “wash-up” before he moves on to the next casualty.