The D.DAY SHERMAN
Denne unikke "Wading Sherman" M4 Sherman har King & Country aldrig produceret før.
På D. Dagen var visse M4A3 Shermans udstyret med høje vade stakke" der blev fastsat på toppen og på bagsiden af tankens motorrum.
Dette gjorde det muligt for at køretøjet kunne iværksætte fra stranden ved egen kraft til den kom på tørt land, hvor vade stakkene blev konfiskeret og Shermanen kunne genoptage sine opgaver samtidig med sin normale profil udseende.
KnC´s Sherman leveres med 2 x aftagelige vade stakke, separat, kommandør og et 50 kaliber maskingevær.
Modellen er omhyggeligt pakket i en specielt designet, robust "vindue boks", og malet, dekoreret og fremstillet i høj kvalitet af hård plast og rasin.
Major Freddie Gough M.C.
When Lieut. Colonel John Frost of 2 Para was seriously wounded at the Arnhem bridge on 20 September 1944 he handed over command of his battalion to “Freddie” Gough, the unit’s senior major. Major Gough was taken prisoner with the rost of 2 Para when their position was overrun but managed later to escape German captivity in April 1945 and join up with American forces in Bavaria. After the war he became a successful Member of Parliament and lived to see himself portrayed in the movie epic of the Arnhem battle, “A Bridge Too Far”.
Lieut. Denis Boiteux-Buchanan M.C.
Known to his brother officers as “Bucky” this officer had seen a fair bit of action before Arnhem including being captured and successfully escaping from both the Germans and the Italians! He jumped into Arnhem with the rest of 2 Para on 17 September, 1944 as Battalion Intelligence Officer. He was often in the thick of the fighting with Lieut.Col.Frost and sadly was killed in the final hours of the battle at the bridge on 20 September. He is buried at Oosterbeek War Cemetery in Arnhem. Here we show him kneeling studying the deteriorating situation.