WW2 - Krupp Kugelpanzer - DE
 
The Attack
 
Krupp Kugelpanzer
 

Attack on a German marching column in the French hinterland. The dynamite is well hidden and the fuse burns. Now you should go slowly to cover .....

The Kugelpanzer was a prototype tank manufactured during world war II by the famous Krupp company. It was one of the most unusual tank ever built. It is believed that the spherical tank should become a one-man reconnaissance vehicle. The ball tank should be armed with a MG34 or MG42. However, the opening for the weapon was subsequently closed with a metal plate. The last known exemplar of the Kugelpanzer is now in the Kubinka Tank Museum in Russia.

 
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Information about the vehicle

'Kugelpanzer' on tanks-encyclopedia.com (EN)

'Kugelpanzer' on de.wikipedia.org (DE)

 

Information about the model

Kit 'Kugelpanzer Attack Hobby Kits - Nr. RE72365' on scalemates.com

 

Information about the figures

Figures 'German infantry 1940-41 El Viejo Dragón Miniaturas Nr. 1/72REF04' on scalemates.com

 

Pictures were published under the following link

'Krupp Kugelpanzer' on scalemates.com

'WW2 - Krupp Kugelpanzer in "The Attack“ - DE' on bennosfiguresforum.com

 
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