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BTR-152 Soviet Armored Personnel Carrier 1950 Year 1/72 Scale Diecast Model Tank

BTR-152 Soviet Armored Personnel Carrier 1950 Year 1/72 Scale Diecast Model Tank

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Item specifics

  • Diecast
  • 1:72
  • Armored Car
  • 1946-1960
  • Soviet Union
  • Forest Camouflage

Product Description

BTR-152 Soviet Armored Personnel Carrier 1950 Year

Scale Diecast Model Tank

1:72 Scale

Manufacturer: Eaglemoss

Material: Diecast and plastic

Condition: new in original packaging

Historical reference

The BTR-152 (also known as BTR-140) was a six-wheeled Soviet armored personnel carrier (БТР, from Бронетранспортер/Bronetransporter, literally "armored transporter"), built on the chassis and drive train of a ZiS-151 utility truck. It entered service with a number of Warsaw Pact member states beginning in 1950 and formed the mainstay of Soviet motor rifle battalions until the advent of the amphibious BTR-60 series during the 1960s.

BTR-152s were available in several marks and were manufactured in large numbers for the Soviet military and export. Late production models utilized automotive components from the more reliable ZIL-157 truck. Three primary variants of the BTR-152 appeared between 1950 and 1959: the base armored personnel carrier with a single pintle-mounted 7.62mm or 12.7mm machine gun, an unarmed command vehicle with a higher roofline, and an anti-aircraft variant armed with a ZPU-2 mount. BTR-152s could carry a single infantry squad each, or specialist weapons teams along with their mortars and anti-tank equipment. In Soviet service, a number were also deployed as artillery tractors.

During World War II, [Red] tacticians favored combined arms offensives, which emphasized the deployment of light infantry in concert with tanks. However, the Soviet infantrymen lacked the armored protection and rapid mobility of the tanks and remained comparatively vulnerable to enemy fire.

By the end of the war, the initial Soviet tactic of tank design, in which the infantry rode into battle atop the tanks they were supporting, had been superseded by the introduction of M3 Half-tracks and M3 White armored cars. These were widely used for troop transport, giving rise to a new doctrine in which armored vehicles capable of keeping pace with tanks brought infantry to an engagement. The infantrymen would then debark and enter combat dismounted.

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