Submarines Scuka class

Russian Scuka class submarine

Russian Scuka or ShCh submarine class ShCh or Scuka class (between 90 and 100 boats). Type: Russian submarines, built 1933-1948. History: This class, also known as ShCh, Scuka or SC-class, was the first originally Soviet submarine design. The class got… learn more

P-35 Seversky

3D model Seversky P-35

US fighter in the Philippines in 1941 and Swedish plane Seversky P-35 Type: US fighter plane. History: This aircraft was the inspiration for the 1938 Italian Reggiane Re2000, which was designed by Roberto Longhi. Like the Italian aircraft, however, the… learn more

105 mm leFH 18

3d model of 105 mm leFH 18

German light field howitzer 105 mm leFH 18 105mm leFH 18 Type: light field howitzer History: The German army had chosen the calibre of 105 mm (4,134 inch) for its standard field howitzers well before World War One, and then… learn more

T-34 tank

3D model of T-34

Models 1941 and 1942 with 76.2-mm-gun F-34 T-34 Models 1941, 1942. Typ: medium battle tank with 76.2-mm-gun F-34. History: The combat debut of the T-34 Model 1940 tank in the summer of 1941 revealed it to be unquestionably the finest… learn more

T-34 Model 1943

3D model T-34 M43

T-34 Model 1943 with 76.2-mm-gun F-34 History, development, service, specifications, statistics, pictures, video and 3D model. T-34 Model 1943 Typ: medium battle tank with 76.2-mm-gun F-34. History: One of the few worthwhile outcomes from the T-34M controversy was the design… learn more

Polikarpov I-15 and I-153

3D model Polikarpov I-15 Chato

Russian fighter and fighter-bomber Chaika (Chato in Spain) Polikarpov I-15, I-15bis, I-153 Chaika (Chato in Spain) Type: Russian fighter and fighter-bomber biplane. History: One might jump to the conclusion that these Polikarpov I-15 biplanes were superseded by the I-16 Rata… learn more

Japanese submarines I 15 class

Japanese submarine I 19

Japanese submarines of WW2 I 15 submarine class (20 subs). Type: Japanese submarine class, launched 1939-1942. History: These Japanese submarines, designated Type B, were scouting craft designed to work in conjunction with the Type A headquarters submarines. They were developed… learn more

F4U Corsair

3D model F4U-1 Corsair

US Navy carrier-based fighter-bomber Vought F4U Corsair Type: US Navy carrier-based fighter-bomber. History: F4U Corsair production continued for more than ten years, and the type remained in service until 1965. Total production was 12,571 aircraft. The Vought F4U Corsair was… learn more

de Havilland Mosquito

3d model Mosquito bomber

British high-speed bomber de Havilland Mosquito History, development, service, specifications, pictures and 3D model. De Havilland Mosquito, DH 98 Type: British high-speed bomber and photo-reconnaissance aircraft. History: The British De Havilland Mosquito was planned by the de Havilland Aircraft Co… learn more

20 mm Flak 38

3D model 20mm Flakvierling 38

German light anti-aircraft guns 20 mm one barrel and Flakvierling 20 mm Flak 38, Flakvierling Type: light anti-aircraft gun History: By 1940 it was already appreciated that the low rate of fire of the 20 mm (0.787-in) Flak 30 was… learn more

E-boat

3D model of E-Boat.

German Schnellboot (S-boat) E-Boat (German ‘Schnellboot’ or ‘S-boat’) Type: Motor torpedo boat (MTB) History: Identified by the British for some ill described purpose as an E-boat (‘Enemy boat’), the German Schnellboot, or S-Boot, differed significantly from the Royal Navy counterparts.… learn more

He 162 Salamander

3D model He 162

Jet fighter and interceptor from Heinkel Heinkel He 162 Salamander (Volksjäger). Type: German Luftwaffe jet fighter and interceptor. History: One of the most rapidly conceived warplanes ever produced, the He 162 home defence fighter existed as a wooden mockup within… learn more

Sub S class

3D model Seawolf

British submarines of WW2 S class (63 boats) Type: British submarine class, built 1931-1945. History: Though their roots returned to 1928, the ‘S’ class had been highly successful throughout WW2 and, along with 62 completions, was the Royal Navy’s the… learn more

Me 110

3D model Me 110 F

Messerschmitt Bf 110 Zerstörer of the German Luftwaffe Messerschmitt Bf 110 Type: Heavy fighter plane, Zerstörer (destroyer), fighter-bomber, night fighter History: As in five other countries at about the same time, the Reichsluftfahrtministerium decided in 1934 to issue a requirement… learn more

Aircraft carrier Shinano

3D model Shinano

Japanese aircraft carrier Shinano Type: Japanese Aircraft Carrier (ship). History: The early exchanges of the Pacific War very quickly established the ascendancy of air over heavy ­gun power and one immediate result of this in Japan was the cessation of… learn more

Panzer V Panther

3d model of Panther tank A

German heavy medium Panther tank. History, development, service, specifications, statistics, pictures and 3D model. Panzer V Panther Ausf A (SdKfz 171) Type: German heavy medium tank. History: After a study had been made of the Russian T-34 , Hitler ordered… learn more

Spitfire Mk IX

3d model Spitfire IX

British Supermarine fighter plane Supermarine Spitfire Mk IX Type: British fighter plane. History: The year 1942 saw the tide of battle begin to turn in favour of the Allies, and a contributing factor was the increased adaptability of the Spitfire.… learn more

B-24 Liberator

3D model B-24J

US long-range bombers of WW2 Consolidated Vultee Model 32 B-24 Liberator Type: Heavy long-range strategic bombers. History: With production totalling 18,482 units, the B-24 Liberator was the most numerous U.S. combat type of WW2. The B-24 served in the thick… learn more

Sten Gun

3d model Sten Mk 2

British machine carbine Marks 1-5 Sten gun, machine carbine Marks 1-5 Type: sub-machine gun History In the summer of 1940 the British Government began to look seriously at the sub­machine gun question, and in August a decision was taken to… learn more

Liberty ship

3d model Liberty ship

US cargo ship class of WW2 Liberty ship (2,710 ships) Type: US cargo ship for mass-production, built 1941-1945. History: The design perfected by Henry J. Kaiser shipyards in the United States, the Liberty ship type helped to win the ‘Battle… learn more