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Both the Cromwell and Tiger II tanks made their combat debuts in the Normandy campaign but were very different types of tank, the Cromwell being a manoeuvrable and fast medium cruiser tank and the Tiger II being a hugely complex tank, weighing in at 68 tonnes. On the battlefield, while the Tiger II was a hugely capable machine, its complexity and sheer size often weighed against it and the Allies, using weight of numbers, air power, and the fact that the German tanks often broke down, were able to overcome the German armoured divisions and push them back, eventually liberating France.
Paint Schemes – Cromwell Tank, 5th Royal Horse Artillery and King Tiger Tank, Panzer-Abteilung 503 Normandy 1944
- 8 x Acrylic Paints
- 2 x Brush
- Poly Cement
- King Tiger: L135 x W49 – Pieces 89
- Cromwell: L88 x W39 – Pieces 91
* All measurements in mm.
|Product name:||Classic Conflict King Tiger Cromwell MkIV|
Includes: Plastic sprues, Waterslide decals, Brush, Paint, Glue
|Released:||2012 | Rebox (Updated/New parts)|