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Wespe Artillery Battery (GBX155)

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Wespe Artillery Battery (GBX155)
includes three resin and metal Wespe Self-propelled Guns and two Unit cards.

The Wespe (Wasp) self-propelled howitzer first saw action at Kursk in 1943. Based on the reliable Panzer II chassis, the vehicle quickly proved itself well suited for supporting armoured units. Its weapon is the standard 10.5cm howitzer, which provides powerful mobile artillery firepower to the panzer divisions they support.

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D-Day: German
The Germans had spent years building up their defences along the French coast. Behind this Atlantic Wall, a dozen veteran panzer and parachute divisions, rebuilding after desperate battles on the Eastern Front, prepared to throw any Allied landing back into the sea. On D-Day, 6 June 1944, the greatest air and sea invasion of the war crossed the English Channel to land on the beaches of Normandy. Although they were unable to throw the Allies back into the sea, the German forces held back the Allied tide for more than three months in some of the most intense fighting of the Second World War. The battle for Europe had begun in earnest.
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Last Updated On Thursday, October 17, 2019 by Luke at Battlefront