German StuG III Crew. WW II era. Their position is behind that forest! /35208/

German StuG III Crew. WW II era. Their position is behind that forest!/35208/

Scale: 1:35

Barcode: 35208

Series: World War II era

Box size:  mm

The work of our customers:

Author - Taeke Hiemstra, the Netherlands Author - Christophe Jonathon Bulmer, Australia

Your comments

Corrado Laccetti
i like the new crew for stug III. Great model!!
Corrado Laccetti
I love the crews for tank stug III are great
D. Gebro
Hello Masterbox-Team, i like your products, and built up some sets, the characters of figures are almost nice. But some points about the StuG-Crew, they wear normaly the taylored uniform for the panzers, but the colour was field-grey, with ranks and weaponcolour from artillery troops. The black uniform was normally worn by "direct-" panzertroops.
Panzer Man
Sorry D. Gebro, but your not quite right. Early Stug crews did use the "black" panzer uniform along side their tanker brothers, and even used the skull collar patches, which upset the tankers to no end, the skull being considered "elite" Also, armored car crews, panzer pioneer and recon units (among others) were authorized to use the black uniform, although with different branch piping. Green panzer uniforms were also used, and became standard for stug and other panzer jager units later in the war, although the use of black continued through the conflict This also applied to SS units, however did you know that the SS tankers uniform was tailored slightly different.
Corrado Laccetti
I agree mr. Panzer man.
D. Gebro
Hallo Panzer Man, of course, your also quite right, but just read my hole words......."normaly" was the essence.
And here we´ve got a StuG III from StuGAbt 192 (Heer), and there were surelly NO Crew inside with Waffen-SS uniform or insignia. The Stug/Panzer Uniform were worn by many other troops, i agree and know this fact, and, by the way, whatever was "Normaly" in late years of WW2 inside german troops ??? Often the StuG Crews also ignore the ban of the skull on their uniform, also in tradition of the royal Hussars. Often, in later war, they paid a high prize for this little peace of tradition and were shot by allied troops in meaning of, they were SS-Soldiers.
In conclusion, i looked forward to this nice new kit, and also for the nice choice of MB in new sets for the market

Alessandro Italy
Very cool stug crew !
Jonathon Bulmer
Great kit! Loved it! I sent some photos. Hopefully they can be put up! Master box is number one in my opinion! I wanna collect every box! I love the cowboys series. I got set 1 and 2, absolutely brilliant
Corrado Laccetti
Mr. D Gebro is right. The stug III tank crewmen have uniforms in gray Field because they are gunners and tank destroyers. The regular Wermacht tankers all wear black uniforms.
Corrado Laccetti
Both modellers are right. The tankers of the Stug III and IV tanks used gray field uniforms and black uniforms until the end of the war. Because the clothes were few and scarce