|Coastal Defense Bunker 1/72 Kit |
Add a look of authenticity to your D-Day invasion diorama! Replicating a concrete defense bunker built by the Germans along the Normandy beaches, this easy-to-assemble 1/72 scale plastic kit features textured surfaces, a removable roof, opening rear doors, and more. 13 parts, assembly required.
|Code Name Mulberry |
The Planning, Building and Operation of the Normandy Harbours,
Hartcup. Allied leaders realized the D-Day invasion forces would need a constant re-supply of men, equipment, ammunition and fuel. Because the invasion site was not a natural port, they built two artificial harbors under a project code named "Mulberry." Here, you'll learn how these massive structures fared and how they helped achieve success in Allied victory. 224 pages, photographs, 6¼"x 9¼", hardcover.
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