.: Bob Williams' 1/16th WW2 Soldiers

Brand:
Tamiya & Dragon
Scale:
1/16th
Modelling Time:
~years!
PE/Resin Detail:
none
Comments:
Straight Out of the Box

Tamiya: ....D......................E...................F..................G

D: S.S. Hauftscharfuhrer (British equiv. - Staff Sergeant) Winter Overall
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E: S.S. Machine Gunner - Ardennes
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F: General FeldMarshall Erwin Rommel - Nth Afrika - 1943
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G: Hehrmacht Field Commander - "Gross-Deutschland" Division
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Achtung!

Clicken zer photografen zen inspecktin zer vunderbar kitten, bitte!

Du bist willkommen!

Dragon: ......A...........................B.........................C

Two of these guys have featured before, (A & C) but they're linked below, again!

A: Feldgendarme (Military Field Police - 'Traffic' Control)
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B: S.S. Oberscharfuhrer (British equiv. rank - Sergeant) - Ardennes Offensive 1944 (with MC42)
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C: Panzer Officer
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Sourced from Wikipedia......

 

There was a succession of Soviet secret police agencies over time. The first secret police after the Russian Revolution, created by Vladimir Lenin's decree on December 20, 1917, was called "Cheka" (ЧК). Officers were referred to as "chekists", a name that is still informally applied to people under the Federal Security Service of Russia, the KGB's successor in Russia after the dissolution of the Soviet Union.

For most agencies listed here secret policing operations were only part of their function; for instance, the KGB was both the secret police and the intelligence agency.

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February 6, 1922: Cheka transforms into GPU, a department of the NKVD of the Russian SFSR.

Russian NKVD Officer

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