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[Heavy armor is effective against Rommel]
--In the country that produced the tanks, the United Kingdom, after World War I, developed two types of tanks: infantry tanks with thick armor that act with infantry and cruiser tanks with high speed and light armor.
――Among them, the Mk.II Matilda was developed as an infantry tank and completed before World War II.
-The main gun was equipped with a 2-pound gun, and it was the first British tank to be equipped with a diesel engine.
――The big weapon was heavy armor up to 70mm.
--In May 1940, a unit dispatched to France in the early stages of World War II engaged in a tank battle with the German tank division led by Rommel.
--Fight against German Panzer I, II, and Panzer III.
――It is said that the main gun and anti-tank gun of the German tank were not toothy on the heavy armor, and it was finally stopped by the 88mm anti-tank gun.
――In 1941, the stage was moved to North Africa, and Matilda would once again meet with the German-African corps led by Rommel.
--Again, we fought hard against German Panzer III and Panzer IV.
-Matilda's heavy armor bounced off all the shells.
――The battle of progress and retreat lasted for three years, but Matilda, which could not be stopped except by the 88mm gun, was a big threat to the German army.
――You can enjoy its strength from the style of the model.
――The kit that appeared in 1973 is also a highlight of Matilda's characteristic suspension mechanism.
--The scale is 1/35. The characteristics of the heavy Matilda tank have been fully reproduced.
--Overall length 178mm. Type I or Type II can be selected and assembled depending on the difference in the turret's shield.
-The suspension part with a unique structure is also accurately modeled. Each hatch on the turret can be opened or closed.
--The rotary driver's hatch can be opened and closed.
--With one British tanker on the African Campaign in shorts.
--Set the markings of the tanks that belonged to the 7th Armored Brigade and the 4th Armored Brigade from the 7th Armored Brigade at the time of [Operation Battleaxe] held in North Africa in June 1941.
――I'm looking forward to comparing it with the rival German 88mm gun, Panzer II, and Panzer III.
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )