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German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15) German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15)
includes five plastic Panther tanks, three plastic Panzer IV tanks, two plastic Puma armoured cars, two plastic Tiger tanks, two Flak36 guns, one Flames Of War Mini rulebook, one printed Start Here guide, two Decal sheets, one plastic Commander sprue, sixteen Gun Crew and eight Unit cards.

The Germans fielded a wide variety of armoured fighting vehicles and had new designs constantly under development. These varied between heavy well-protected monsters like the Tiger, through well-balanced medium tanks like the Panzer IV and Panther and self-propelled guns like the Jagdpanther to light and agile armoured cars such as the Puma.

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Armies of Late-War
Armies of Late-War contains the US, German, British, and Soviet forces involved in these dramatic campaigns to liberate Europe. These give you everything you need to field these forces in a Flames Of War game, including the up-gunned M4 Sherman (76mm) and Firefly VC tanks, the powerful M36 Jackson tank destroyer and Cromwell tank, the deadly Churchill Crocodile flame-tank, the M16 with its quadruple .50 cal machine-guns, the lethal Jagdpanther and Jagdtiger, the up-gunned T‑34/85 medium tank and the powerful IS-2 heavy tank with its 122mm gun capable of penetrating the armour of any tank.

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German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15)

German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15)

The Panther has thick sloped hull front armour and a well armoured turret. However, to keep its weight down its side armour is not as thick. German tactical doctrine for the use of the Panther thus emphasised the importance of flank protection.

The Panther is armed with the 7.5cm Rheinmetall KwK42 (L/70) gun. This gun was longer and more powerful than the gun found in the Panzer IV medium tank, allowing it to deal with even the heaviest Allied tank

The Panzer IV Tank has seen excellent service across all fronts. By 1944 it had developed into the Panzer IV H armed with the excellent 7.5cm KwK40 L/48 gun. Its armour provided it with enough protection to keep most Allied medium tank guns

The Panzer IV is an old design now, but still a match for any American tank with its good armour and excellent 7.5cm KwK40 gun. German Panzertruppen (armoured or tank troops) know their panzers are at their best when attacking, no matter the situation. Even when forced to defend, they argue that their panzers should be used for counterattack and not rendered immobile by tying them to static positions. ‘Fire and Manoeuvre’ is their creed. 

German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15)

German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15)

The 8-wheeled Sd Kfz 234/2 Puma is one of a series of four new armoured cars put into service by the Germans in 1944. These vehicles are fast and wellarmed, allowing them to probe the enemy, discover his positions, and then escape to tell their tale.

Panzer Lehr and 2. Panzerdivision both received a full company of eight-wheeled Sd Kfz 234/2 Puma armoured cars armed with 5cm guns in time for Normandy. By the time of the Ardennes offensive the Sd Kfz 234/2 Puma armoured car was still in use by both divisions

The Tiger I E heavy tank combines thick armour with a powerful 8.8cm gun. Introduced into combat in 1942, the mention of its name still struck fear in the hearts of Allied soldiers in 1944 on both the Eastern and Western fronts. The Tiger I E heavy tank was the most feared German tank of the warits reputation for death and destruction proven in every attack

Whether counterattacking alone or in support of your other units, the Tigers can carry the battle to the enemy and reverse the fortunes of war. 

German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15)

German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15)

The FlaK 36 was the backbone of German anti-aircraft defence, and accounted for a large bulk of Allied aircraft shot down by anti-aircraft guns. 

The Allies have learned to respect the 8.8cm FlaK36 anti-aircraft gun and will often go out of their way to avoid it. When well positioned these weapons can halt an attack as it starts.

German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15)
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Flames Of War 4th Edition Mini Rulebook (x1)
Start Here Guide  (x1)
Start Here Guide
Plastic Panther Sprue (x5)
German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15)
Plastic Panzer Sprue (x3)
German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15)
Plastic Puma Sprue (x3)
German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15)
Plastic Tiger Sprue (x3)
German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15)
Plastic Flak36 Sprue (x2) and Gun Crews (x16 figures)
German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15)
Plastic Tank Crew (x2) Plastic Bases
German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15) German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15)
Decal Sheet Decal Sheet
German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15) German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15)
Unit Cards
German Force Card (x1)
German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15)
Panther Tank Company HQ (x1) Panther Tank Platoon (x1)
German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15) German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15)
Tiger Tank Platoon (x1) Panzer IV Tank Platoon (x1)
German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15) German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15)
Puma Armoured Car Patrol (x1) SD KFZ 234 Armoured Car Patrol (x1)
German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15) German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15)
8.8cm Flak36 AA Platoon (x1)
German Panzer Kampfgruppe (GEAB15)
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Please note that the German Panzer Kampfgruppe box comes with metal crew


Last Updated On Tuesday, November 21, 2017 by Luke at Battlefront