Battle for Berlin 1945 Diorama Set
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This model kit requires assembly. Cement, paint and other construction materials not included unless specifically stated in the description.
BERLIN HOUSE (51 pieces) + BERLIN HOUSE DECALS SHEET
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Buildings are not plastic, but MDF laser cut with etched details. Please use vinyl glue ("White Glue") for assembly.
Kit does NOT include terrain elements or defensive details. Kit only includes buildings, vehicles and soldiers.
The Battle of Berlin was the last historical military event of the Second World War on the European theater. From the middle of April 1945 the Red Army launched a massive offensive along the Oder River line with the final goal to capture the German capital. Since April 20th the Russian artillery began shelling Berlin to prepare the way for the infantry divisions and armored troops. The battle ended on May 2nd , after intense and fierce fighting in the ruins of the capital of the Reich, ended with the surrender of German troops. The urban fighting, however, caused a significant number of soviet tanks and armored vehicles losses as results of German anti-tank weapons as Pak 40 and "Panzerfasut". The Battle of Berlin is historical remembered for the famous photograph, symbol of the end of World War II and of the Soviet victory, "Raising a flag over the Reichstag".