ANDY'S HOBBY HQ 1/16 Scale - M4A3E Sherman Easy Eight- Late War/Korean War Plastic Model Kit
Andy's Hobby Headquarters AHHQ-004 M4A3E8 Sherman Late WWII / Korean War 1/16
Plastic model for assembly, model kit does not contain glue or paints.
M4 Sherman (officially Medium Tank, M4) - American medium tank, solution during World War II. The British Army used the name M4 General Sherman. A tank named after General William Sherman. The Sherman was based on the chassis and many subassemblies of the M3 Lee tank, on which a turret with a 75 mm gun was mounted. Allow a quick switch from commissioning to production of a new vehicle. The period from February 1942 to the end of the Second Civil War, total of 49,000 versions produced. Used, among others, by the armies of the USA, Great Britain, Poland, France and the USSR. Special versions were also built, such as: floating Sherman DD (Duplex Drive - double), Sherman Crab (with mine countermeasures), Sherman Dozer (anti-engineer tank with a front blade - for mine clearing and engineering work),
Production of the M4 began in 1942. By July of that year, all factories producing the M3 Lee tank had switched to its production. It was first used in combat by the British 8th Army at the Battle of El Alamein (252 pcs). From the years 1943, the M4 became an effective operation, now the tank of the western ali, at that time the 1st Armored Division of General Stanisław Maczek and the 2nd Armored Brigade of the 2nd Polish Corps of General Władysław Anders. The end of WWII, WWII WW, WW and WW and American WWII Shermans in newer ways. The M4 Sherman was at that time or at that time or resold to many of the world. It was also used by several armies (in UN force lists) in the war of war, and by the French in the Indochina War. Those conflicts where the Sherman clashed with other tanks, there was the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965 (used by the Indian index) and the Six-Day War of 1967 (used by the Israeli army, where it was excellent against the Egyptian IS-3). In the 1973 Joom Kippur War, which saw the Israeli Shermans quickly emerge, the AT-3 Sagger entry-level missile tanks, which were seen in combat for the last time, appeared against them.