History of War - - ISSUE 57 -

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su­per­ma­rine spit­fire

The most widely pro­duced and strate­gi­cally im­por­tant Bri­tish sin­gle-seat fighter of World War II. The Spit­fire, renowned for win­ning vic­tory lau­rels in the Bat­tle of Bri­tain (1940-41), served in ev­ery the­atre of the war and was pro­duced in more vari­ants than any other Bri­tish air­craft. As­sem­bled size: 3.94" x 3.03" x 1.81"

tiger i tank

This Ger­man tank was the most pow­er­ful in the world when it was in­tro­duced in Au­gust 1942. The 88mm gun was ex­tremely ef­fec­tive and the heavy ar­mour made it al­most im­per­vi­ous to at­tack. The suc­cess of the Tiger was so pro­found that few al­lied tanks dared en­gage it in open com­bat. As­sem­bled size: 2.85" x 1.76" x 1.17"

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