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Panzergrenadier Platoon (Plastic) (GE757)

Panzergrenadier Platoon (Plastic) (GE757)
includes six Plastic MG34 Teams, two Command Teams, one 2.8cm Anti-tank Rifle Team and four Unit cards.

The panzergrenadiers provided the panzer divisions with their own mobile infantry support. Equipped with the latest heavy weapons, these troops were essential for clearing out objectives in terrain that was not suited for the tanks, such as cities. They were heavily armed, with more MG34 machine-guns than the standard infantry platoons in a infantry division.

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Iron Cross
By the end of 1941, the German blitzkrieg had swept across open plains of the Soviet Union and stopped at the gates of Moscow as winter set in. The halt was only temporary as the Germans were back on the offensive in the summer of 1942. The attack sliced into the southern front, aiming at the oilfields of the Caucasus. Two army groups charged forward, one heading to the mountain country in the south, the other focussed on a small city on the Volga River called Stalingrad. The unstoppable German offensive was pushing Soviet morale to a breaking point as the most pivotal battles on the Eastern Front were about to be fought on the streets of Stalingrad and in the Russian Steppe.

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Sculpted by Charles Woods
Painted by 
Aaron Te Hira-Mathie

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Last Updated On Wednesday, September 26, 2018 by Luke at Battlefront