Tank model: German assault gun StuG E-100 1945 - Trumpeter

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The term E-100 refers to a German project to build a 100-ton tank developed during World War II. It is...

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Product description : Tank model: German assault gun StuG E-100 1945

The term E-100 refers to a German project to build a 100-ton tank developed during World War II. It is part of a series of projects - the E-serien (Entwicklung-serien, literally: development series) - launched by Heinrich Ernst Kniekamp in 1942 for the replacement of main battle tanks (Panzerkampfwagen) and tank destroyers ( Panzerjagern) of the time after the severe shock for German tacticians and strategists when they encountered Soviet tanks of the T34 and KV-1 type during the invasion of the USSR in 1941. The entire program consisted of six machines that had to use standardized parts in order to facilitate production and maintenance - one of the major concerns of the Third Reich's Minister of Armaments, Albert Speer.
Length: 36.5 cm.
Width: 12.8 cm.
Number of pieces: 270.
  • Reference Trumpeter-TR01596
  • Brand Trumpeter
  • Product code ART0000066261
  • Recommended age from 15 year
  • Scale 1:35
  • Models' themes Second World War, German armies
  • Materials Plastic
  • Packaging dimension 43 x 26 x 8 cm
  • Weight 703 g
  • Safety Warning ! Cannot be used by children under 15 years old
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