Leopard 2 Main Battle Tank 1747 Pieces 5 Soldiers
Panther Tank 121 990 Pieces 6 Soldiers + Weapons
Panzerkampfwagen IV German Tank 716 Pieces + Weapons
Heavy Gustav Railway Gun WW2 3846 Pieces 3 Soldiers
In real life, German tanks began to be developed for World War I to create new possibilities, and Germany started working on this type of vehicle just as other countries did. Germans took a longer time to bring their tanks onto the battlefield than France and Britain. The first tank they put out was the A7V with caterpillar tracks. This was not an entirely successful prototype, but by the end of the war, there were significant improvements. After WWI, Germany was not allowed to possess tanks and had the ones in existence confiscated.
Before WW2, more German tanks were developed. These involved models like Panzer I, Panzer II, Panzer iIs an Panzer IVs, these two latter ones being the mainstays of the German force. Then, after encounters with Soviet tanks, new models were produced: the Panzer V and the Tiger tanks, such as Tiger I, Tiger II, and the Panther.
All these models are an important part of military history and showcase the development of military armoured vehicles. The models draw the attention of collectionists and history buffs who enjoy analyzing their design and its flaws and advantages. Discover the models for the biggest German tanks and complete your WWII and WWI collections.
We offer high quality models that have a different size, from mini tanks to large models that can range between 100 pieces and several thousand bricks. We provide simpler options that can be more appropriate as a toy and more complex ones that will be the pride of any collection. If you are wondering how to build brick WW2 German tanks, each of our sets have all the necessary pieces and are easy to put together. Get the model you like the best and put it on your shelf or get a full collection of brick German tanks.
We offer fair prices and high quality. Our pieces will make a great gift to a collector or a child with an interest in tanks or history. The pieces are made with a lot of attention to detail and include accessories and figurines to complete the playset and provide a full experience.