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  1. ium was fitted to the right of the drivers double shutter visor, in order to direct enemy fire. Idler wheel conical design. The 8 periscope cupola became production.
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  3. DAK Panzer IV Ausf F2. Close to finish? Panzer IV Ausf F2 DAK, close to paint stage. T-34-76, mod.1943, factory 112. 1/72 Panzer II Ausf J. Panzer IV WIP, turret. BTR-60PU. BRDM-2 Azov batallion. Bison II is finished and I am going back to quarterscale now :) About Me. Bizarr
  4. The Panzer II Ausf. C is the same as the Zusatzpanzer kit from 2008 (DML No. 6432). The only change from the earlier kit are the decals and dropping the jerry cans which came with that kit

It was first created as a holding force to buck up the Italian defense of their African colonies. The Afrika Korps fought in Africa, under various titles and commanders, from March 1941 until its surrender in May 1943. Panzer II F in North Africa 1941 Afrika Corps North African Campaign German Uniforms Military Weapons German Army War Machine Panzer World War Ii Wwii DAK 20mm flak One hundred and fifty-five Flamm vehicles were built from January 1940 through March 1942. These were mostly on new chassis, but 43 were converted from Panzer II Ausf. D/E. The Flammpanzer II was deployed in the USSR, but was not very successful due to its limited armor, and survivors were soon withdrawn for conversion to Marder II tank destroyers in December 1941. After the German defeat in the Second Battle of El Alamein and the Allied landings in Morocco and Algeria (Operation Torch), the OKW once more upgraded the presence in Africa by adding first the XC Army Corps, under Nehring, in Tunisia on 19 November 1942, then an additional 5th Panzer Army on 8 December, under the command of Colonel-General Hans-Jürgen von Arnim.

Welcome to another step by step painting guide, this time for German panzers of the Afrika Korps in the Second World War. I’ll be trying to recreate the iconic desert tanks for the gaming tabletop, not a scale model for display. This guide employs basic techniques using acrylic paints with no airbrush required. I will be using some enamel washes and weathering pigments towards the end which may not be familiar to you, but I hopefully explain things well enough for you to give it a try, they are a lot of fun! I am using a 1:48 scale resin vehicle but these techniques will work across almost all scales. You could also use this tutorial on your Afrika Korps soft skinned vehicles as they were painted mostly the same colours.The reputation of the Afrika Korps is intimately associated with that of its commander, Generalfeldmarschall Erwin Rommel.

Development and limited production modelsedit

To support the Wespe in operation, 159 Wespe chassis were completed without installation of the howitzer, instead functioning as ammunition carriers. They carried 90 rounds of 105 mm calibre. These could be converted to normal Wespes by installation of the leFH 18 in the field if needed. A light reconnaissance tank, the Ausf. L, was the only Panzer II design with the Schachtellaufwerk overlapping/interleaved road wheels and "slack track" configuration to enter series production, with 100 being built from September 1943 to January 1944 in addition to the conversion of the four Ausf. M tanks. Originally given the experimental designation VK 1303, it was adopted under the alternate name Panzerspähwagen II and given the popular name Luchs ("Lynx"). The Luchs was larger than the Ausf. G in most dimensions (length 4.63 m; height 2.21 m; width 2.48 m). It was equipped with a six speed transmission (plus reverse), and could reach a speed of 60 km/h (37 mph) with a range of 290 km (180 mi). The FuG12 and FuG Spr a radios were installed, while 330 rounds of 20 mm and 2,250 rounds of 7.92 mm ammunition were carried. Total vehicle weight was 11.8 tonnes. It had 30 mm of armour on the front of the hull and 20 mm of armour on the sides and back and the same on the turret. It accommodated four crew members, the commander (gunner), driver, loader and the radio operator.[10]

Pz.II C (DAK) - War Thunder Wik

Panzer III Ausf L of the 7th Panzer Division Toulouse France 1942 . Panzer III 5 in the snow during operations in the winter of 1941-42 . Panzer III 134 DAK tank being loaded into a ship . Panzer III Ausf M lang with provisional winter camouflage . British soldiers inspecting a captured Panzer III of the Deutsches Afrikakorps 2 May 1941. German troops near a building that has “Reserved for Signalers. No Parking within 500 YDS” written on it DAK Armored Car, Truck, and Panzer II I have been furiously painting my DAK force in preparation for our group's North Africa campaign, but I hope to use it for regular pick up games as well. That is where I hit a snag. I don't have a clue how to build a reasonable list for BA. At this point I am just painting things that I find interesting and. Robert Satloff writes in his book Among the Righteous: Lost Stories from the Holocaust's Long Reach into Arab Lands that as the German and Italian forces retreated across Libya towards Tunisia, the Jewish population became victim upon which they released their anger and frustration. According to Satloff Afrika Korps soldiers plundered Jewish property all along the Libyan coast. This violence and persecution only came to an end with the arrival of General Montgomery in Tripoli on January 23 1943.[8]

Oh the Panzer II. The Panzer II and III are my favorite german tanks. Definitely going for these little pests when tonks comes out! A Kubelwagen and a Panzer II in DAK colours. The more observant might notice the Kubelwagen driver isn't quite correct for the period (hint the smock and helmet cover mark him as Waffen SS). Alas he's the figure that came with the vehicle and I had neither the time, nor inclination to mess around with him prior to the tournament Many Pz.Kpfw. II Ausf. c, A, B and C were upgraded with the addition of extra 20mm armored plates to the front of the hull and turret to beef up the armored protection and increase the tanks survivability. The Pz.Kpfw. II Ausf. C was the most produced variant of the Pz.Kpfw. II

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  1. With any desert vehicle it’s a great opportunity to add some dust effects. Using a similar technique to the pin wash above, I now apply a dust effects product. Again it’s from AK Interactive and it’s called Dust Effects. Pin wash it into the recesses or where you think dust would build up, let it dry for an hour or two and then soften the effect by using a rag or brush and a tiny amount of the thinner to rub some away.
  2. The Panzer II also had a 7.92 mm Maschinengewehr 34 machine gun mounted coaxially with the main gun.
  3. Five independently sprung road wheels. 4 Return rollers. Wide fenders and idler wheels. Epicyclic Steering System. By 1940 at request, extra 20mm's of armour were bolted to the front of the hull, turret and superstructure. Before 1940, commanders complained of lack of vision, this was fixed at the installation of a cupola with 8 periscopes. 
  4. One fun and easy technique to achieve this effect is to use a sponge to dab on the dark grey paint, simulating the look of chipped paint. To do this I took some foam you would find in a blister pack or figure carry case and ripped off a small piece. This was then dabbed in some dark grey paint (Vallejo German Grey) and then some of the paint was removed by dabbing the sponge onto some paper cloth. You don’t want a lot of paint on the sponge. Once you have your sponge with paint on it, you simply dab this onto the areas of the hull that would be beaten up the most; corners of the hull, track guards and anywhere the crew would be climbing up into the turret. The sponge creates a random effect, so has a very organic look. You can build up the effect to your taste by simply continuing to dab the sponge on in areas and see how it looks. With the sponge effect complete, I now suggest adding any decals you plan on using. I use a brush on gloss varnish to paint the rough area underneath where each decal will go. I do this to create a smooth surface, which is much better for the decal to apply too.

DAK GUNS - Panzer II - Light Tank ~ The Deutsches

  1. The 2 cm autocannon proved to be ineffective against many Allied tanks, and experiments were conducted with a view to replacing it with a 37 mm cannon, but nothing came of this. Prototypes were built with a 50 mm tank gun, but by then the Panzer II had outlived its usefulness as a tank regardless of armament. Greater success was had by replacing the standard 2 cm armour-piercing explosive ammunition with tungsten cored solid ammunition, but due to shortages of tungsten this ammunition was in chronically short supply.
  2. DML Panzer II Ausf F- DAK . MoM contest - Meet the Pros - MSC Members board. MoM contest - Meet the Pros - MSC Members board. believe me it is great having you my friends tagging along. I feel so motivated... worked on the panzer for two hours last night I was surprised because I still had the energy to build after two hours of tennis match.
  3. To begin applying the wash, start by shaking the bottle well as the paint tends to separate and settle. I use an old, cheap brush with a decent point to apply the wash as the enamel products are very harsh on your brushes, so don’t use any brushes you want to last long. I apply the wash to specific areas I want darker, in a ‘pin-point’ way, and not washing it over the entire hull. You will find the smooth surface created by the previous gloss varnish really helps the wash flow directly into the areas you want. Don’t worry about being perfect with the wash, just put it in the vague area you want it – in the next stage we will clean it up. After the wash is applied it should look like the picture above.
  4. DAK Panzer III Company. HQ 2 x Panzer III (Short 5cm) Panzer III Zug 3 x Panzer III (Short 7.5cm. Panzer III Zug 4 x Panzer III (Short 5cm) Panzer IV Zug 4 x Panzer IV (Short 7.5cm) Panzer II Zug 3 x Panzer II. Marder Platoon 4 x Marder III 7.6c
  5. All of the revell 1/76 kits, are in fact, old Matchbox kits, by old, i mean, older than me (i'm 40+), nonetheless, they are always very nice kits, like this Panzer II is. It comes with a little diorama of a house in ruins and two DAK soldiers (very nice!). The kit itself is very well molded, with nice details, nice wheels, OK tracks (rubber)
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Afrika Korps - Wikipedi

  1. The Afrika Korps or German Africa Corps (German: Deutsches Afrikakorps, DAK listen (help·info)) was the German expeditionary force in Africa during the North African Campaign of World War II. First sent as a holding force to shore up the Italian defense of their African colonies, the formation fought on in Africa, under various appellations, from March 1941 until its surrender in May 1943. The unit's best known commander was Field Marshal Erwin Rommel.
  2. As the first ever tank in the lineup, the arrival of Dragon's 1/6 scale Panzer II Ausf.B tank in its Action Figure collection created a lot of excited chatter worldwide. Now Dragon has doubled the number of Panzer IIs available because it is..
  3. The Pz.Kpfw.II Ausf.C (DAK) (Panzer II DAK) is a premium rank I German light tank with a battle rating of 1.0 (AB/RB/SB).It was introduced in Update 1.41.27. A premium version of the Panzer II C, it costs 250 Golden Eagles.In the October 2017 German Unity Day event, the Pz.Kpfw.II Ausf. C (DAK) could be earned for free. The Pz.Kpfw.II Ausf
  4. The Panzer II was designed before the experience of the Spanish Civil War of 1936–39 showed that protection against armour-piercing shells was required for tanks to survive on a modern battlefield. Prior to that, armour was designed to stop machine gun fire and high-explosive shell fragments.
  5. Once the hull colour has been sprayed on and shaded, it’s time to paint the tracks. I paint the tracks now as the drybrushing on them may require clean up, so best not to waste time re-applying other base colours this could accidentally go over. I use a large, old brush with slightly watered down paint to apply the base coat to the tracks as their texture is rather rough and can damage your nice brushes. This is then followed by a highlight using a drybrush.

Up-armored Panzer II Ausf.C tanks were in the forefront of the German invasion of France in 1940, while a number were also dispatched to North Africa to fight with the legendary Deutsches AfrikaKorps (DAK) Most tank versions of the Panzer II were armed with a 2 cm KwK 30 L/55 auto-cannon. Some later versions used the similar 2 cm KwK 38 L/55. This auto-cannon was based on the 2 cm FlaK 30 anti-aircraft gun, and was capable of firing at a rate of 600 rounds per minute (280 rounds per minute sustained) from 10-round magazines. A total of 180 shells were carried. The Brickmania Panzer II Ausf C was modeled after the tanks of the DAK, using the desert color scheme. The Panzer II was German light tank of World War II. It was a stop-gap design, rushed into production just prior to the outbreak of fighting, while the more advanced Panzer III and Panzer IVs were still under development While the 7.62 cm PaK 36(r) was a good stopgap measure, the 7.5 cm PaK 40 mounted on the tank chassis of the Ausf. F resulted in a better overall fighting machine. New production amounted to 576 examples from June 1942 to June 1943, as well as the conversion of 75 tanks after new production had stopped. The work was done by Daimler-Benz, FAMO, and MAN. A much improved superstructure for the 7.62 cm mounting was built giving a lower profile. The Marder II served with the Germans on all fronts through the end of the war. Panzer II DAK Внезапно, покрасил немного фова. Платун pz.II, разведка 2-й роты, 8-ого танкового полка, 15-я дивизия DAK. Никогда не думал что буду красить Африку, но вот довелось..

A Dummy Visor made of aluminium was fitted to the right of the drivers double shutter visor, in order to direct enemy fire. Idler wheel conical design. The 8 periscope cupola became production. North Africa. Description. German Panzer II with 20 mm (0.79 in) gun and machine-gun in rotating turret. 15th Panzer Division Recent comments . John Rutledge (Thu 23 Apr 2015 06:14:56 AM EDT) You are probably correct, Lusitania. It does, mind you, seem to have a long distance command radio aerial, which the tank in the background lacks

These often-chilling pictures offer us a fascinating insight into the hardware the Allies were up against in this theatre of WW2. The campaign was hard and bloody and left many hundreds of thousands dead, missing, wounded, or captured, but the fascist alliance of Germany and Italy was ultimately driven from the land. After the campaign, the Allies would turn their attention to Italy, where they would win another crucial victory in the fight against militant fascism in Europe Pzkpfw II Ausf. C DAK The newly formed 15th Panzer Division soon underwent preparations for tropical deployment as the campaign in north africa began to take shape. Already Equipped with Panzer II light tanks and panzer III medium tanks the unit also received the new Panzer IV medium tank. The short barreled 7.5cm gun of the Panzer IV. Aug 20, 2018 - The Afrika Korps (Deutsches Afrikakorps, DAK) was the German expeditionary sent to the North African Campaign of World War II. The force fought in Africa from March 1941 until its surrender in May 1943. While the term referred to the original formation, the Deutsches Afrikakorps (DAK), it was often used by the Allies as a generic name for all German units in North Africa On 23 February 1943, the original Panzer Army Africa, which had since been re-styled as the German-Italian Panzer Army, was now redesignated as the Italian 1st Army and put under the command of Italian general Giovanni Messe. Rommel, meanwhile, was placed in command of a new Army Group Africa, created to control both the Italian 1st Army and the 5th Panzer Army. The remnants of the Afrika Korps and surviving units of the 1st Italian Army retreated into Tunisia. Command of the Army Group was turned over to Arnim in March. On 13 May, the Afrika Korps surrendered, along with all other remaining Axis forces in North Africa.

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907 Likes, 8 Comments - COBI (@cobi.toys) on Instagram: COBI: New DAK Panzer II on Sd.Ah. 116 Trailer (MOC) / Author: Daniel Woźniak / FB fan page: Cob Hans-Jürgen von Arnim, the last commander of the Afrika Korps (then renamed to Army Group Africa) in Tunisia Hi guys! I got the Pz II DAK during last event and I perform pretty good with it! (Check my service record if you like :)s)... However, I use the Panzer 2's mainly as a melee weapon.^^ Yes, the cannon is very weak, but the tank itself is on the other hand very agile, which is the key imo The first true production model, the Ausf. A, included an armour upgrade to 14.5 mm (0.57 in) on all sides, as well as a 14.5 mm floor plate, and an improved transmission. It entered production in July 1937 and was superseded by the Ausf. B in December 1937, which introduced only minimal changes. 1/6 Pz.Kpfw.II Ausf.C DAK Barcode: 0 89195 71455 8 Case Pack: 1 piece per master carton Box Size: 18.9 x 41.3 x 13.8 As the first ever tank in the lineup, the arrival of Dragon's 1/6 scale Panzer II Ausf.B tank in its Action Figure collection created a lot of excited chatter worldwide. Now Dragon has doubled the number of Panzer IIs.

23 Amazing Images of the The Afrika Korps - DAK

World War II in Color: Panzer IV Maintenance in the Snow bmashine: Soviet Union, winter of repair Panzer IV. A Panzerkampfwagen IV wearing it's standard grey paint scheme with a broken track on the right side.The picture was taken during the Battle of Moscow in the end: Panzer 4 Ausf D en cours de réparation durant l'opération Barbarossa What do you think about Panzer II Ausf.F DAK? 420 pieces Pad Printed, no stickers #COBI #CobiBricks #CobiToys #Hobby #Collection #COBIfans #HistoricalCollection #ww2 #DAK #Afric The Pz II DAK has more dakka, that's why. dat reference tho... #4 fancio. Oct 18, 2017 @ 2:37pm I've been using the DAK and the pz 2 c and somehow the DAK is better #5. Linguini. Oct 18, 2017 @ 2:54pm 3 years, that's the oldest necro thread I've ever seen.. One of the first gun mount variants of the Panzer II design was to emplace a 15 cm sIG 33 heavy infantry gun on a turret-less Panzer II chassis. The prototype utilized an Ausf. B tank chassis, but it was quickly realized that it was not sufficient for the mounting. A new, longer chassis incorporating an extra road wheel was designed and built, named the Fahrgestell Panzerkampfwagen II. An open-topped 15 mm thick armored superstructure sufficient against small arms and shrapnel was provided around the gun. This was not high enough to give full protection for the crew while manning the gun, although they were still covered directly to the front by the tall gun shield. Only 12 were built in November and December 1941. These served with the 707th and 708th Heavy Infantry Gun Companies in North Africa until their destruction in 1943. Panzer III tool stowage on the side fenders is a quite complicate topic, and on DAK Panzers even more. A short analysis on period photos quickly show that there is barely anything stable with that. Not only the changing tank versions, there were up to 6 Panzer III manufacturers and probably the first source for variations is that

Panzerkampfwagen II & Variants in service with the DAK

One of Germany's first attempts at developing an amphibious tank, the Schwimmkörper was a device built by Gebr Sachsenberg that consisted of two large pontoons, with one attached to each side of a Panzer II tank. The tanks were specially sealed, some modifications to the engine exhaust and cooling were needed, as was an inflatable rubber ring used to seal the turret during amphibious operation. A propeller linked by a universal joint to an extension was linked to the tank's engine provided motive power, steering in water being effected by a rudder mounted behind the propeller. Speeds of up to 6 mph in dead calm were claimed, as was the ability to cope with conditions up to sea state 4.[9] Once ashore the pontoons were detachable. The modified tanks were issued to the 18th Panzer Regiment, which was formed in 1940. However, with cancellation of Operation Sealion, the plan to invade England, the tanks were used in the conventional manner by the regiment on the Eastern Front. This stage will create most of the weathering and shading on the vehicle. I am using an enamel product by AK Interactive called Afrika Korps wash, to work into all the recesses of the miniature and create depth as well as some grime for a weathered look. This is a premade wash consisting of white spirit and enamel paint, so pretty strong stuff. Applying this wash (and cleaning it up later) will strip your acrylic paint underneath if you haven’t coated it in gloss varnish to protect it, so just another reminder to do so before starting with the wash. The Panzer II was supplanted by the Panzer III and IV medium tanks by 1940/1941. By the end of 1942, it had been largely removed from front line service and it was used for training and on secondary fronts. The turrets of the then-obsolete Panzer Is and Panzer IIs were reused as gun turrets on specially built defensive bunkers,[3] particularly on the Atlantic Wall. Production of the tank itself ceased by January 1944, but its chassis remained in use as the basis of several other armoured vehicles, chiefly self-propelled artillery and tank destroyers such as the Wespe and Marder II respectively.

Main production modelsedit

The old Panzer Colors books while good a source of great pics had some 4th panzer misidentified as 3rd panzer. Please don't take it that I am bashing the authors or thier work. Panzer colors 2 is almost 30 years old and new info and pictures had been discovered in the meantime This is an enamel product, so you will need some artists turpentine or artists white spirit to thin this down and clean your brush out after. As the names suggest, you can pick this up at any art supply shop. Leave this wash to dry for about 40 minutes to an hour. Box contents Includes: Plastic sprue, Decalsheet (waterslide) Markings Pz.Kpfw. II Ausf. C Wehrmacht Heer (German Army 1935-1945) World War 2 1940 | Panzer grey; 15 Pz.Div. (Afrika Korps) 8 | World War 2 - DAK 1941 | Grünbraun 7 Pz.Div. 321 | World War 2 - Russia 1941 | Panzer grey Product timelin

Self-propelled guns on Panzer II chassisedit

From early 1941, when the embryonic DAK armoured units first arrived in North Africa, they were equipped with the Panzer IV, Ausf C and D and then later, the Ausf E and F1, which were equipped with the 75mm KwK L/24 gun, which fired exactly the same HE projectile as the Panzer IV, Ausf F2, (referred to as the special by the British) which was equipped with the 75mm L/43 DAK Panzer III Ausf.H DAK Panzer III Ausf.H. Tom Cockle. 4,577 754. Tom Cockle. 4,577 754. Post 3:59 PM - Mar 24 #1 2020-03-24T15:59. Now that I have two weeks of self isolation after five weeks in Mexico, and inspired by Nacho's Pz.Rgt.5 incredible research on Panzer III's and now on Panzer IV's, I decided to finish my modified Panzer. One use for obsolete Panzer II tanks that had their turrets removed for use in fortifications was as utility carriers. A number of chassis not used for conversion to self-propelled guns were instead handed over to the Engineers for use as personnel and equipment carriers.[12]

Afrika Korps Panzer Painting Guide - Paint All The Mini

All Rights Reserved. Powered by Squarespace Nazi Germany (1934) Light tank - 1856 built The main German light tank of WW2. Both the Panzer I and II were considered as stopgaps before the arrival of more advanced models, namely the Panzer III and IV.Despite of this, the Panzer II remained in service throughout the war, being the main light tank in German service and being used as a scout, although many wheeled vehicles preformed this. The Afrika Korps or German Africa Corps (German: Deutsches Afrikakorps, DAK listen (help · info)) was the German expeditionary force in Africa during the North African Campaign of World War II.First sent as a holding force to shore up the Italian defense of their African colonies, the formation fought on in Africa, under various appellations, from March 1941 until its surrender in May 1943 Another cool looking weathering effect is to add some black scorches to the gun muzzle and the rear engine deck and exhaust. For this I used a pigment in powdered form. It’s very easy to apply and rather fun to play around with. Use an old brush with a rather splayed out bristles (an old drybrush is perfect) and simply dip this into the powder and then dab it onto the areas of the model you want to give the effect. I used it on the muzzle of the tanks main gun and put a few patches on the rear engine deck and exhaust as you can see in the photo above. Make sure to not get it all over your fingers as you will stain other parts of the model or your clothes! Also keep in mind this powder is easily rubbed off until the model is given it’s final coat of varnish. Dec 16, 2016 - 1/35 Dragon Panzer IV Ausf. E DAK tank from North Africa. A veteran of Rommel's panzers that first landed to retake Tobruk in 1942. They were shipped straight from Germany in Panzer Grey and quickly r

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On 15 August 1941, the German 5th Light Division was redesignated 21st Panzer Division, the higher formation of which was still the Afrika Korps. During the summer of 1941, the OKW increased the presence in Africa and created a new headquarters called Panzer Group Africa. On 15 August, the Panzer Group was activated with Rommel in command, and command of the Afrika Korps was turned over to Ludwig Crüwell. The Panzer Group comprised the Afrika Korps, with some additional German units now in North Africa, plus two corps of Italian units. The Panzer Group was, in turn, redesignated as Panzer Army Africa on 30 January 1942.[3] Panzer II Ausf C of Kp.8, Abt.II, Pz.Rgt.8 of 15.Panzer-Divison in the Libyan desert, 1941. Panzer Ii Mg 34 Afrika Corps North African Campaign Italian Army Ww2 Pictures Armored Fighting Vehicle Ww2 Tanks Fighter Aircraf The Panzer II had a crew of three men. The driver sat in the forward left hull with the gearbox on the right. The commander sat in a seat in the turret, and was responsible for aiming and firing the cannon and co-axial machine gun, while a loader/radio operator sat on the floor of the tank behind the driver. He had a radio on the left and several 20mm ammunition storage bins. The unique part in this kit is the special DAK engine cover designed for those particularly severe conditions in North Africa. By the way I think that I'll save one of these DAK engine covers in order to make a DAK Sd.Kfz. 265 Kleiner Panzer Befehlswagen (also from S-Model) at a later point

A single example of an Ausf. J with a jib in place of its turret was found operating as an armoured recovery vehicle. There is no record of an official program for this vehicle. The Pz38 turret ring a 4' wide, so is Panzer II. The Panzer IV is 5.5' wide. If it did have a 3 man turret the layout would have to be like the Panzer III and Panzer IV with the TC in the rear and in the middle. The Panzer 38 turret would not accommodate that. This site shows some interior pics and seems to confirm a 2 man turret A few minor changes were made in the Ausf. C version, which became the standard production model from June 1938 through April 1940. A total of 1,113 examples of Ausf. c, A, B, and C tanks were built from March 1937 through April 1940 by Alkett, FAMO, Daimler-Benz, Henschel, MAN, MIAG, and Wegmann. These models were almost identical and were used in service interchangeably. This was the most widespread tank version of the Panzer II. Earlier versions of Ausf. C have a rounded hull front, but many had additional armour plates bolted on the turret and hull front. Some were also retro-fitted with commander's cupolas.

Panzer II Ausf.C tanks were in the forefront of the German invasion of France in 1940, while a number were also dispatched to North Africa to fight with the legendary Deutsches Afrika Korps (DAK). Even though the original tank was diminutive in size, this kit built to 1/6 scale has an awesome presence and it's one of Dragon's biggest ever. Pz.Kpfw.II Ausf.C DAK . Model nr 70705 . As the first ever tank in the lineup, the arrival of Dragon's 1/6 scale Panzer II Ausf.B tank in its Action Figure collection created a lot of excited chatter worldwide. Now Dragon has doubled the number of Panzer IIs available because it is releasing a second variant World War Ii German Afrika Korps Dak Gold Tone And Silver Tone Ring. German Ww2. German Ww2 Afrika Korpstunis Stamps-certifiedphoto-1943-germany Feldpost-mi5a. The War. King And Country Afrika Korps Ak113 Panzer Ii Ausf B Tank Set Mib. King And. King And Country Afrika Korps Ak084 Panzerjager 1 Self Propelled Gun Set Mib

Continuing the conventional design of the Ausf. C, the Ausf. F superstructure front was made from a single piece of armour plate with a redesigned visor. Also, a dummy visor was placed next to it to confuse enemy gunners. The hull was redesigned with a flat 35 mm (1.4 in) plate on its front, and the armour of the superstructure and turret were built up to 30 mm (1.2 in) on the front with 15 mm (0.59 in) to the sides and rear. There was some minor alteration of the suspension and a new commander's cupola as well. Weight increased to 9.5 tonnes. From March 1941 to December 1942, 524 were built; this was the final major tank version of the Panzer II series. The Panzer II is the common name used for a family of German tanks used in World War II. The official German designation was Panzerkampfwagen II (abbreviated PzKpfw II). All production models were fitted with ZF Friedrichshafen transmission devices, and a 6 cylinder gasoline engine. The driver sits forward, the commander sits in the turret responsible for aiming and firing the gun, the load/radio operator stood on the floor of the hull in the turret. The armour was homogenous steel. The magazines were 10 rounds, and the gun was capable of firing 280 in sustained fire at a rate of 600 per minute, but only 180 rounds were carried. Schau Dir Angebote von Panzer Dak auf eBay an. Kauf Bunter Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Dragon 1/6 Scale WWII German Pz.kpfw.ii Ausf. C Tank Kit for 12 Figures 75045 at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products

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Kpfw.II Ausf. C w/Mine Roller DAK - Cyber-Hobby 6752. The Panzer II was the common name for a family of German tanks used in World War II. The official German designation was Panzerkampfwagen II (abbreviated PzKpfw II) Achtung Panzer! Panzerkampfwagon series of tanks originated during the Third Reich. Although the Second Reich did not have tanks due to the Treaty of Versailles, but the First Reich did have the A7V, which was the first German tank which was created during WWI, and the second rank in history. Panzer II DAK Panzerkampfwagon II DAK (ausf. C. COBI 2527 SD.KFZ 121 Panzer II Ausf. F *Afrika Korps* - Speed Build Review - Duration: 5:52. COBI 3-pak Afrika Korps -=DAK=- (2034) - recenzja - Duration: 16:46. Kobikowski 6,443 views To complete your Afrika Korps panzer all that’s left is to glue in any crew models (which I paint separately) and give the entire model a coat of matt varnish to seal in all that weathering work. I use a spray can of Testors Dullcote.

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Panzer II - Tank Encyclopedi

Conceived along the same lines as the Marder II, the 5 cm PaK 38 was an expedient solution to mount the 50 mm antitank gun on the Panzer II chassis. However, the much greater effectiveness of the 75 mm antitank gun made this option less desirable. Production quantity is unknown. A Panzer III Ausf H tank chassis was used to mount the same 15 cm s.I.G. 33 L/11 heavy field howitzer that was used on 15 cm sIG 33 auf Fahrgestell Panzerkampfwagen II (Sf) that had an extended Panzer II tank chassis. 15cm sIG 33 L/11 auf Fahrgestell Panzerkampfwagen III Ausf.H (Sf)15cm sIG 33 L/11 auf Fahrgestell Panzerkampfwagen III Ausf.H.

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Paint advice for a novice for Tamiya 1:35 for Panzer II F/G DAK. Help - General. So I'm planning to build the model stated above, however, I've looked over the instructions and they are vague and the section on camo patterns are entirely in Japanese. Searching online has given some information with people applying different techniques, custom. I have found no evidence (despite the Matchbox model) that the Wespe was ever used in the North African Campaign. Panzer-Division, 1943. Both before and during the Second World War, German armor camouflage went through a series of changes. Some of the colors and patterns used, especially during the late-war years, are still subject to much discussion. The camouflage patterns described below mainly apply to armored vehicles All production versions of the Panzer II were fitted with a 140 PS (138 HP), gasoline-fuelled six-cylinder Maybach HL62 TRM engine and ZF transmissions. Models A, B, and C had a top speed of 40 km/h (25 mph). Models D and E had a torsion bar suspension[7] and a better transmission, giving a top road speed of 55 km/h (33 mph) but the cross country speed was much lower than previous models, so the Model F reverted to the previous leaf spring type suspension. All versions had a range of 200 km (120 mi). Pz.Kpfw.II Ausf.C DAK. Barcode: 0 89195 71455 8 Case Pack: 1 piece per master carton Box Size: 18.9 x 41.3 x 13.8 As the first ever tank in the lineup, the arrival of Dragon's 1/6 scale Panzer II Ausf.B tank in its Action Figure collection created a lot of excited chatter worldwide. Now Dragon has doubled the number of Panzer IIs available.

DAK vehicles Sd.Kfz 141 (Panzer III) - Sd.Kfz 124 (Wespe) - Sd.Kfz 11 The Panzer III was developed in the 1930s by Germany and it was one of the tank more used during the World War II. At Milano Wargame I found this model with a camouflage adapt for USSR theatre

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The Afrika Korps was restructured and renamed in August 1941. "Afrikakorps" was the official name of the force for less than six months but the officers and men used it for the duration. The Afrika Korps was the major German component of Panzerarmee Afrika, which was later renamed the Deutsch-Italienische Panzerarmee and finally renamed Heeresgruppe Afrika (Army Group Africa) during the 27 months of the Desert campaign.[6][7] Wehrmacht tropical uniforms: officers and enlisted menIllustration: "Handbook On German Military Forces" (TM-E 30-451, United States War Department, 1943) DAK Panzer III Gs Following on from the Pz III WiP thread , the next lot in the slow DAK build: three Panzer III ausf G. Models by PSC, BF plastic commander. This is what I've done so far, six tanks and a Sd Kfz 10 tow vehicle Dragon1/6 Panzer II Ausf.C DAK (71455) As the first ever tank in the lineup, the arrival of Dragon's 1/6 scale Panzer II Ausf.B tank in its Action Figure collection created a lot of excited chatter worldwide The T-26 definitely has the advantage in armament, but the PzKpfw II is faster.  The 2 cm should be able to penetrate the T-26's front hull inside 500 meters.  But the T-26's gun can penetrate the PzKpfw II's armor at much longer range.  Overall, the advantage seems to go to the T-26.

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2. DAK Camouflages - Historical introduction of the colour used by the DAK in their combats in North Africa. 4. Panzerkampfwagen II Ausf.F 1/35 - Javier Redondo shows us a wonderful replica of the light tank Panzer II F accompanied with dos figures painted by Diego Jiménez. 18. DAK Diana 1/35 - Mig Jiménez delight us with this masterpiece Most Afrika Korps POWs were transported to the United States and held in Camp Shelby in Mississippi, Camp Hearne in Texas and other POW camps until the end of the war.[4] The Deutsches Afrikakorps Online Archive does not support in any way those who would condone or embrace individuals, groups and/or organizations that are intolerant, racist or violent, or endorce those that use the theme of WWII history to further their own political agenda. DAK-Opels (Mauliter or Blitz)-Opel with Flak 38-Sdkfz 222-Sdkfz 232/233 8-Rad-Sdkfz 251 Hanomag-Sdkfz 250 Halftrack variants-Panzer II ausf F-Marder II or III-Panzer III ausf G or J-Panzer IV ausf D or F2-Stug III ausf D or G-Flak 36 88cm-Kradschutzen-Pak 36 AT gun-Pak 38 AT Gun. British 8th-LRDG/SAS troops (from Commonwealth box)-LRDG 30cwt Truck Continued development of the reconnaissance tank concept led to the much up-armoured Ausf. J, which used the same concept as the Pz.Kpfw. IF of the same period, under the experimental designation VK 1601. Heavier armour was added, bringing protection up to 80 mm on the front (similar to the maximum armour found on the KV-1 model 1941 Soviet heavy tank[11]) and 50 mm to the sides and rear, with 25 mm roof and floor plates, increasing total weight to 18 tonnes. Equipped with the same Maybach HL45 P as the Pz.Kpfw. IF, top speed was reduced to 31 km/h (19 mph). Primary armament was the 2 cm KwK 38 L/55 gun. 22 were produced by MAN between April and December 1942, and seven were issued to the 12th Panzer Division on the Eastern Front.

Original WW2 German Afrika Korps uniform DAK tropical

ATTENTION: If you want to use some material from here you must include the link for the source. Otherwise is not permited.After a lack of success with conventional and flame tank variants on the Ausf. D/E chassis, it was decided to use the remaining chassis to mount captured Soviet antitank guns. The hull and suspension was unmodified from the earlier models, but the superstructure was built up to provide a large, open-topped fighting compartment with a Soviet 76.2 mm antitank gun, which, while not turreted, did have significant traverse. Only developed as an interim solution, the vehicle was clearly too tall and poorly protected, but had a powerful weapon.

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And there you have it, a completed panzer of the vaunted Afrika Korps! Hopefully this tutorial has given you a few new techniques to try out and a relatively easy pathway to getting all your minis painted for the tabletop. Here are a few of my other German desert vehicles as examples using the same painting process. Pz.Kpfw.II Panzer II Ausf.C DAK (1:6) (DRF71455) : Diecast Industrial Equipment and Vehicle Item# 71455 Pz.Kpfw.II Ausf.C DAK As the first ever tank in the lineup, the arrival of Dragon's 1/6 scale Panzer II Ausf.B tank in its Action Figure collection created a lot of excited chatter worldw Media related to the German Afrika Korps (Deutsches Afrikakorps), German military units which which operated in North Africa from 1941-1943 during World War II. This category has the following 9 subcategories, out of 9 total. 15th Panzer Division (Germany) ‎ (3 C, 1 F) 21st Panzer Division (Germany) ‎ (1 C, 9 F The Panzer II is the common name used for a family of German tanks used in World War II.The official German designation was Panzerkampfwagen II (abbreviated PzKpfw II).. Although the vehicle had originally been designed as a stopgap while larger, more advanced tanks were developed, it nonetheless went on to play an important role in the early years of World War II, during the Polish and French.

This next stage is very simple, you just want to complete any other basic colours the panzer needs using a good brush and slightly watered down paint to avoid mistakes on the hull area.Based on the same suspension as the Ausf. D and Ausf. E tank versions, the Flamm (also known as "Flamingo"[8]) used a new turret mounting a single MG34 machine gun, and two remotely controlled flamethrowers mounted in small turrets at each front corner of the vehicle.[9] Each flamethrower could cover the front 180° arc, while the turret traversed 360°. General Rommel with General von Bismarck, commander of the 21st Panzer division discussing tactics on a map.

Published at 1200 × 800 px. Link to full-size photo: Panzer III Ausf J DAK 3 Site statistics: Photos of World War II: over 26800 aircraft: 63 model Kobikowski - samozwańczy ambasador klocków COBI na youtube oraz pasjonat militariów małych i pełnowymiarowych :) Witam serdecznie, Na moim kanale zamieszczam.. Up-armored Panzer II Ausf.C tanks were in the forefront of the German invasion of France in 1940, while a number were also dispatched to North Africa to fight with the legendary Deutsches Afrika Korps (DAK).As an Action Figure item, the tank is fully pre-painted and essentially preassembled The Afrika Korps formed on 11 January 1941 and one of Hitler's favourite generals, Erwin Rommel, was designated as commander on 11 February. Originally Hans von Funck was to have commanded it, but Hitler loathed von Funck, as he had been a personal staff officer of Werner von Fritsch until von Fritsch was dismissed in 1938.[1] Panzer II Tank DAK Site statistics: Photos of World War II: over 26800 aircraft: 63 models tanks: 59 models vehicles: 59 models guns: 3 models units: 2 ships: 47 WW2 battlefields - 12 maps: - weapon models: - equipment: - documents: - people: - books in reference section: over 50

The Panzer II is the common name used for a family of German tanks used in World War II. The official German designation was Panzerkampfwagen II (abbreviated PzKpfw II). Although the vehicle had originally been designed as a stopgap while larger, more advanced tanks were developed, it nonetheless went on to play an important role in the early. Given experimental designation VK 903, the Ausf. H was intended as the production model of the Ausf. G, with armor for the sides and rear increased to 20 mm and a new four speed transmission (plus reverse) similar to that of the PzKpfw 38(t) nA. Only two prototypes were ever completed by the time of cancellation in September 1942. The Panzer II Ausf L or Luchs (Lynx), the most famous reconnaissance tank of the Wehrmacht and ultimate version of the Panzer II. Its main features, new hull, new drivetrain and engine, new tracks and interleaved wheels, new suspensions, better armor, radio and internal equipments, made this model really well suited for the task In 1934, delays in the design and production of the Panzer III and Panzer IV medium tanks were becoming apparent. The Panzer I had no weapons capable of defeating armor and thus no chance of success against enemy tanks.[4] Designs for a stopgap tank were solicited from Krupp, MAN, Henschel, and Daimler-Benz. Design work on the Panzer II began on 27 January 1934.[5] The first experimental model was ready in February 1935.[5] The final design was based on the Panzer I, but larger, and with a turret mounting a 20 mm anti-tank gun. Production began in 1935, but it took another eighteen months for the first combat-ready tank to be delivered.

The flamethrowers were supplied with 320 litres of fuel and four tanks of compressed nitrogen. The nitrogen tanks were built into armoured boxes along each side of the superstructure. Armour was 30 mm to the front and 14.5 mm to the side and rear, although the turret was increased to 20 mm at the sides and rear. PzKpfw II Ausf C/F and DAK. Panzerkampfwagen II Ausf. C - historical Skin - PzRgt 10, 8. The Reserve Ausf C and Premium DAK (Deutsche Afrikakorps (German Africa Corps)) are identical with 1.0 BR while the Ausf F (BR 1.3) incorporates better side armor at the expense of frontal armor and a faster firing main gun from 279.6 to 450 SPM, and. Panzer II max c4d lwo ma 3ds fbx obj oth: $149. $149. max c4d lwo ma 3ds fbx obj oth details. close. Panzer Haubitze 2000 PzKpfw III - Ausf.J - DAK - 1 3ds lwo obj c4d fbx: $119. $119. 3ds lwo obj c4d fbx details. close. Panzer VI - Tiger - 007 - Late Production 3ds lwo obj c4d fbx. This Blog is also respectfully dedicated to all those who suffered and died during the campaign of North Africa, from all sides.

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DAK GUNS - Panzer II - Light Tank I n the 1920s and early 1930s, the Germans, forbidden to have any tanks under the Treaty of Versailles, build a number of armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) with cover names such as large tractor and new model vehicle. These heavy vehicles had merit, but were too large for series production given the limited. Next, I use a wide flat brush to work on the large flat armor panels. Again this is ever so slightly dampened with artists turpentine. Drag the flat brush over the wash down the flat areas of the hull away from the recesses. This will soften the wash effect and also create a streaking grime effect in one go. See the detail picture above on the right for an idea how I use my brush to do this. You should use hardly any thinner as it’s pretty harsh…better to go back several times and remove more and more wash with each one until you are happy with the effect. The Panzer II H has a long barreled 50mm KwK 39 of course it can kill all of this though surviving shots in it is the impressive part about that unless only mine with 20 shells is full of impact sensitive explosives also Panzer IV H, Panzer IV G, T34s, and M4's are all medium tank Doesn't matter where it's from. The image is simply a visual representations of the wheels and of the lower front glacias. So that people can discern the two variants on sight. Ausf C - Ausf F The finished tank was designated the Panzer II and production was to start in 1935 but did not start delivering tanks until 18 months later. At this time, it was in a low rate production status by 1936 in the Panzer II Ausf. C variant. In the 1940s, the Panzer II was upgraded to the Panzer II Ausf

Production of the Panzer II ended in 1940, but due to a chronic tank shortage, production was resumed in 1941 with the Ausf. F., an improved version of the Ausf. C. The Ausf. F had strengthened armor on the front and a simpler silhouette than the Ausf. C. Production of the Ausf. F ended in December 1942 after the construction of 524 tanks The fourth and final suspension configuration used for the Panzer II tanks was the five overlapping road wheel configuration termed Schachtellaufwerk by the Germans. This was used as the basis for the redesign of the Panzer II into a reconnaissance tank with high speed and good off-road performance. The Ausf. G was the first Panzer II to use this configuration, and was developed under the experimental designation VK 901. There is no record of the Ausf. G being issued to combat units, and only 12 full vehicles were built from April 1941 to February 1942 by MAN. The turrets were subsequently issued for use in fortifications. Two were converted to use the 50mm Pak 38 and troop-tested on the Eastern Front. I am going to be builing a DAK Panzer II, and did a forum and internet search for the correct color. I see that some DAK armor was sent to Africa in dark gray, and given camo with anything that could be found, then a standard RAL 8000 was used, and finally a standard RAL 8020, although the RAL 8000 was used until they ran out, so this is the. In this next stage we will begin to add some weathering to the hull, in the form of some paint chipping. The panzers sent over to Africa still retained the grey hull colour from the European campaigns, so the DAK crews set about adding a layer of sand coloured paint once they arrived. To simulate the effects of the harsh environment and crew scrambling over the vehicle, the original dark grey paint underneath will be exposed in some areas. my fiancee gave me a Dml DAK Panzer II for xmas..well i finally took it out of the box last weekend and really liked it. Decided to embellish it with new paint on top and weather it...still not finished, stopped that and Instead began work on an emsemble set of figures to adorn the tank in a dio..3 of 4 figures WiP so far...

23 Apr 2020 - Light Tank Panzerkampfwagen II Ausf C to Ausf F and Self Propelled Guns like the Bison and Marder that were built on the Pz II chasis in service with the DAK from 1941 to 1943. See more ideas about Panzer ii, Afrika korps and Military vehicles The crew of a Panzer IV Ausf. 66 of the Afrika Korps, Wehrmacht, posing in front of their tank in Neuruppin during the preparations for the. 4 DAK Panzer Crewmen in Tropical uniform & high laced Canvas boots , posing in front of their Panzer IV Ausf tank. 1942 - German Panzer officers with a Panzer IV (Pz.) infantry-support tank in the background

Although the vehicle had originally been designed as a stopgap while larger, more advanced tanks were developed, it nonetheless went on to play an important role in the early years of World War II, during the Polish and French campaigns. The Panzer II was the most numerous tank in the German Panzer divisions at the beginning of the war.[2] It was used in both North Africa against the Western Allies and on the Eastern Front against the Soviet Union. Vallejo - Iraqi sand for British vehicles; and Beige for German (DAK). Surprisingly enough after washing and staining; both colours give a pretty good match to what you see in most painting guides and look very different for one another (making Beute British vehicles stand out among German DAK stuff) G erman re-armament plans in the 1930's called for the new panzer battalions to be constitued of three light-medium tank companies and one heavy-medium company. The lighter tank, wich was to form the bulk of the panzer force for much of the war and remain in production to its end, was the Panzerkampfwagen (PzKpfw or Panzer III) German soldiers with binoculars in German Half Track, Sd. Kfz 250. A Panzer Mk III can be seen on the right.Once the decals are all applied I give a coat of gloss varnish to the entire model. This is available in spray cans or bottles to paint on. This gloss varnish is important for protecting the decals and paint from the weathering techniques that come next. Note: Matt varnish is not a good enough layer of protection and does not produce a smooth enough surface texture. It must be gloss.

Total weight was 12 tonnes and dimensions were increased to a length of 4.9 m and width of 2.4 m although it was a bit shorter at 1.85 m tall. A FuG2 radio was carried. Two sub-variants existed: the Ausf. A and Ausf. B which differed only in minor suspension components. Panzer II Ausf. F (21 Panzer Division) Sdkfz 232 Fu (Radio) (15 Panzer Division) Sdkfz 222 (15 Panzer Division) The 20mm KWK 30 gun can pierce 49mm of 30° Steel at 100 meters with the 20mm PzGr. 40, this will cause good damage on Infantry/light vehicles & tanks, but the problem of those quick reco units is their light armor protection Jan 13, 2019 - DAK GUNS - Panzer II - Light Tank ~ The Deutsches Afrikakorps Online Archive Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times This stage will create most of the weathering and shading on the vehicle. I am using an enamel product by AK Interactive called Afrika Korps wash, to work into all the recesses of the miniature and create depth as well as some grime for a weathered look.This is a premade wash consisting of white spirit and enamel paint, so pretty strong stuff

Panzer IV Ausf F2 DAK, close to paint stage. III DAK Def model Demag Ding-Hao facebook Fi103 Flakpanzer I Flakvierling. flyhawk for sale Fordson FT-17 Fujimi GAZ AAA GAZ MM GAZ MMM Hobbyboss Hungarian army IDF in press Irish Churchill K.O. Kfz 15 KV-1 Kyle Nelson L1500A L4500R M3A3 with Flak M3A3 with Pak40 Marder IID 1/72 Panzer II. The VK 1602 was intended to be the 5 cm KwK 39-armed replacement for the Ausf. L, with a Maybach HL157 P engine driving an eight speed transmission (plus reverse). While the hull was based on that of the Pz.Kpfw. IIJ, it was redesigned after the Panzer V Panther, most noticeably with the introduction of fully sloped frontal armour. Was rejected after developers realized that Panzer IVs and Vs could do similar work without the need for a new vehicle. Does anybody know if the 2 cm on the Panzer is an auto-cannon (like the aircraft MG151/20), or a single-shot?

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