Osprey Modelling 34 : Modelling the T-34/76
The T-34/76 was the most influential tank design of World War II, with its sloping armour, heavy hitting firepower and rapid mobility. It first saw combat in the summer of 1941, and its qualities soon set it apart from other medium tanks of the period. This book guides the reader through techniques for constructing and finishing four T-34/76 variants in 1/35 scale, presented by four of the world's leading AFV modellers. The projects featured are a T-34/76 from Factory 112, an Early T-34/76 Model 1943 recovered from a swamp, a captured STZ T-34/76 in service with Italian Army, and a German 747(r)-3 conversion on the Western Front. Text by Jorge Alvear, Mig Jimenez and Michael Kirchoff.
- T-34/76, Factory 112 1942
- Early T-34/76 Model 1943 'Sniper'
- STZ T-34/76, Italian Army
- German T-34/76 747(r)-3, Western Front 1944
- Bibliography and Further Reading
- Kits and Accessories
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