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Old 10-30-2014, 03:30 PM
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the model i got through someone on here.cant remember who is the tiger tank at 1;20 scale.its not a brilliant copy but email me if you want details.
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Old 10-30-2014, 05:31 PM
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Hi Matt,

If you could post the NSFK glider and HS123 in the downlaods that would be excellent. I have some plans for stick/tissue models from the era but have never seen anything like this.
Do you have any photo's of the glider being used by NSFK or HJ members you could post?

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I'm planning to use some of the photos posted in the thread as an introduction to paper modeling talk, maybe in an IPMS event. Maybe also the ones on the Vitange Models section.

Thank you all for sharing.
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Recently purchased a book "Modellflug in NS Fliegerkorps" which featured the accompanying photograph (albeit quality if average due to wartime paper used). The book was published in 1941. The NSFK members are making papercraft aircraft, which appear British including a completed Fairey Battle.
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I have two official recognition models used by the british to identify german tanks and one british humber... had more but got lost over the years!..these models date from the time these tanks were used! wooden models.
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Old 02-21-2016, 11:21 PM
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A few of the armor models in this series came up on this forum in 2013. 1942 paper models The poster was offering to send electronic copies if you would help out in the cost to get them copied. I did and I have several of them they are photo copies and are not in the best of condition. I cleaned them up in photo shop and they look very good. It was surprising that the build method was not that much different then how we do it today. The kits reminded me of the Wilhelmshaven models from the 1950's.

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I managed to pick up a NSFK paper model sheet of the Polikarpov 1-16 'rata' in almost mint condition (no tears or creases). It must have been kept rolled in a tube since the war.

The model is very detail and would make into a detailed paper replika of the real aircraft.
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i managed to get my hands on the tiger tank model awhile back.think it was from someone on here
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20 + years ago, I was in an antique store and they had a complete set of ships and maps like you see in the old war pics with the command staff planning strategy. Each ship was labelled in it's own box (Enterprise, New Jersey, Gregory, etc.). Wish I'd had the money....
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Jim, would you be willing to share the scans you have the WWII models? I am new to the group and did not know how to directly message you.
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