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Marder II (7.5cm) Tank-hunter (GE103)

Marder II (7.5cm) Tank-hunter (GE103)
includes one resin and metal Marder II (7.5cm) Tank-hunter.

During 1943 the Fallschirmjäger received their first armoured vehicles, Marder II tank-hunters. Keep your tank-hunters in reserve and use them to plug any immediate holes in your line caused by assaulting enemy tank formations.

Check out the Marder II (7.5cm) Tank-hunter in the online store here...

Death From Above
During 1940 and 1941 the German paratroops, the Fallschirmjäger, had conducted some of the most daring and decisive airborne operations of the war, but 1942 saw their role change. Hitler was no longer willing to risk this elite force in massed airborne operations. Instead these elite light infantry were used as fire-brigade unit in theatres as far a field as Tunisia and the Russia. The Italian Parachutists, initially earmarked for the invasion of Malta to fight alongside the Fallschirmjäger, similarly found themselves used the booster the Italian front-line.

Marder II (7.5cm) Tank-hunter (GE103) Marder II (7.5cm) Tank-hunter (GE103)
Marder II (7.5cm) Tank-hunter (GE103) Marder II (7.5cm) Tank-hunter (GE103)
Marder II (7.5cm) Tank-hunter (GE103) Marder II (7.5cm) Tank-hunter (GE103)
Marder II (7.5cm) Tank-hunter (GE103) Marder II (7.5cm) Tank-hunter (GE103)
Marder II (7.5cm) Tank-hunter (GE103) Marder II (7.5cm) Tank-hunter (GE103)
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Marder II (7.5cm) Tank-hunter (GE103)
Marder II (7.5cm) Tank-hunter (GE103)


Last Updated On Thursday, November 28, 2019 by Luke at Battlefront