Michael Wittmann (sitting)

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Michael Wittmann (sitting)

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"Michael Wittmann" tank commander

On August 8, 1944, Michael Wittman was involved in a fight with a group of 5 Sherman Firefly tanks near Cintheaux, between Caen and Falaise. Finally, the superiority was too great and he has fell in the battle, to which he had previously destroyed 2 enemy tanks and an incapacitating shot. Wittmann's team did not survive and together with him they were buried in a public cemetery in Hamlet of Gaumesnil. A week later, the Allies closed the Falaise pocket and assessed the German troops located there.

 Due to the hand painting each character is unique.

Details:

  • Figure: Michael Wittmann sitting
  • Scale: 1:16
  • Height: 90 mm
  • Width: 55 mm
  • Hand painted
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