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I-16 Soviet Fighter A new model has just been released - this time, a Soviet fighter I-16 in 1:144 scale. The model can be easily assembled without glue and accurately represents the prototype. Out of Stock


Soviet HQ WWII A fresh reinforcement for miniature Soviet armies - the Soviet HQ in 1:72 scale. The set will please you with both high level of detalisation, historical accuracy and... Out of Stock


Wings of Glory: Industrial Complex Game Mat This is a game mat for the Wings of Glory line. Out of Stock


Wings of Glory: No Man's Land Game Mat

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This is a game mat for the Wings of Glory line.


Wings of Glory: WW2: Yokosuka D4Y1 Suisei Kokutai 601 Kokutai 601 fought aggressively in the Battles for the Philippines, the largest carrier–to–carrier battle in WW2 and a turning point of the war. Out of Stock


Wings of Glory: WW2: Yokosuka D4Y1 Suisei Kokutai 121 Kokutai 121 fought during Battles of the Marianas, showing pride and courage, yet suffered great losses during the Battle for Peleliu. Out of Stock


Wings of Glory: WW2: Yokosuka D4Y1 Yokosuka Kokutai Belonging to the famous Yokosuka Kokutai, this airplane led the defense of its homeland during the last months of war. Out of Stock


Wings of Glory: WW2: Douglas SBD–5 Dauntless Kirkendahl Lt. JG Kirkendahl flew in bombing squadron VB-16, aboard the USS Lexington, which fought in the Pacific war until 1944. Out of Stock


Wings of Glory: WW2: Douglas A–24B Banshee Ruet The GCB 1/18 “Vendee” harassed German forces retreating from the south of France from Summer 1944 to the end of the war. Out of Stock


Wings of Glory: WW2: Douglas SBD–5 Dauntless Lee Major Christian C. Lee and his VMS-3 performed search, patrol, and convoy escort duties in the Caribbean until 1944. Out of Stock


Wings of Glory: WW2: Messerschmitt Bf.109 K–4 Hartmann Major Erich Hartmann, the greatest Ace of all time with 352 aerial victories, piloted many different airplanes, including the latest versions of Bf.109. Out of Stock


Wings of Glory: WW2: Messerschmitt Bf.109 K–4 1./JG77 Jagdgeschwader 77 used the last version of Bf.109 to fight in the Reichsverteidigung (defense of the Reich) during the last days of WW2, to slow the inevitable German defeat. Out of Stock


Wings of Glory: WW2: Messerschmitt Bf.109 K–4 9./JG3 Belonging to the proud Jagdgeschwader 9, which fought throughout the war, this Bf.109 defended German borders from the Allied advance. Out of Stock


Wings of Glory: WW2: Republic P–47D Thunderbolt Raymond Lt. Elwood D. Raymond was a member of the 56th Fighter Group, stationed in England, which destroyed more enemy aircraft than any other did. Out of Stock


Wings of Glory: WW2: Republic P–47D Thunderbolt Mohrie Flying in European skies, Lt. Charles D. Mohrle completed 97 combat missions and was a highly decorated pilot. Out of Stock


Wings of Glory: WW2: Republic P–47D Thunderbolt RAF 135 This fighting squadron, reformed in 1941, fought against the Japanese Empire, earning honor and glory on the Burma front. Out of Stock


Wings of Glory: WW1: Albatros C III Luftstreitkräfte Hundreds of C.IIIs were used in combat by the German Luftstreitkräfte and until 1917, this airplane proved extremely useful both on the Western and Eastern Front. Out of Stock


Wings of Glory: WW1: Albatros C III Meinecke When World War I started in 1914, Emil Meinecke joined the German Fliegertruppe and served first in Germany, then Turkey as an instructor and later as a combat pilot. Out of Stock


Wings of Glory: WW1: Albatros C III Bohme/Ladermacher Erwin Böhme was one of the great German aces, achieving his first victory in the Albatros C.III. He was unwillingly responsible for the tragic death of his friend, Oswald Boelcke. Out of Stock


Wings of Glory: WW1: Sopwith 1.5 Strutter 78 Squadron The 78 Squadron used this aircraft in home defense, exploiting its flight stability and long range capability to defend Britain against the huge German bombers. Out of Stock


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