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1/35 Commanders Conference (Kharkov 1943)

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Dragon 6144 - 1/35 Commanders Conference (Kharkov 1943)

Historical Background
At the end of 1942, Russia launched a large-scale offensive manoeuvre at Stalingrad. After a month, Stalingrad was back in Russian hand. Meanwhile, the Russians also crossed River Don to capture Kharkov that was a communication and transportation center in the middle part of Russia. By then the frontline was opened salient. However, the line was miraculous kept stable by the famous German Field Marshal Manstein. He then launched a counterattack on Kharkov which was a big operation involving a number of German divisions. The 1st SS Panzer Division took a lion share in the counter forces. After house to house fighting in the city and huge loss in battle, the city was eventually recaptured. Inspired by the success in taking back Kharkov, the German Army planned and launched another great offensive action which was world renowned as the ‘Battle of Kursk’.

Model Features
This kit depicts four newly tooled SS commanders in different uniform during a meeting at Kharkov. They are sculptured as Max Hansen (commander of 2nd Battalion of SS Panzer Grenadier Regiment 1) in winter parka, Fritz Witt (Commander of SS Panzer Grenadier Regiment 1) in sheepskin coat, Kurt Meyer (Commander of 1st SS-Reconnaissance, LAH Div.) in armored personnel overall and Bernhard Krause (Commander of SS-Flak Battalion 1) in furlined anorak. They carry personal equipment like binoculars, map case and pistol.

Reproduction: "Companions for Kharkov Tiger"

An important new 1/35 scale kit for Dragon is a fine representation of a Tiger I Early-Production tank (item 6950) that fought in the Battles of Kharkov. Kharkov was regularly the scene of bitter fighting between Germany and the Soviets during WWII. In fact, there were seesaw battles to take the city no fewer than four times.

To accompany this fresh new rendition of a Tiger I, we have brought together few 1/35 scale figure sets that feature German participants who fought in these vicious bloody battles in Kharkov. These sets were originally released some time ago, but they are in lifelike poses that will perfectly match the mighty German tank. The kits show soldiers and officers dressed in winter clothing, which will be ideal for depicting the Tiger in a wintry dioramic scene. This is a small but classy Kharkov collection that will have plenty of appeal to model-makers interested in German subjects!

Sku: DR06144
Vendor: Dragon
HK$99.50
Maximum quantity available reached.

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