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British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10) Soviet Tank Shock Group (SUAB08)
includes seven plastic T-34 tanks, two plastic IS-2 tanks, two plastic ISU assault guns, four plastic ZIS guns, one Tank Commander sprue, four Gun Crew sprues, one Flames Of War Mini rulebook, one printed Start Here guide, two Decal sheets and eleven Unit cards.

Soviet industry proved up to the task of providing the Red Army with excellent tanks and self-propelled guns that were effective and capable fighting machines, fast to produce, and easy for the crews to use. Well supported by the 'Gods Of War' and their ZIS guns, Soviet Tank Shock Groups would break through any defences or die trying!

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Armies of Late-War
Armies of Late-War contains the US, German, British, and Soviet forces involved in these dramatic campaigns to liberate Europe. These give you everything you need to field these forces in a Flames Of War game, including the up-gunned M4 Sherman (76mm) and Firefly VC tanks, the powerful M36 Jackson tank destroyer and Cromwell tank, the deadly Churchill Crocodile flame-tank, the M16 with its quadruple .50 cal machine-guns, the lethal Jagdpanther and Jagdtiger, the up-gunned T‑34/85 medium tank and the powerful IS-2 heavy tank with its 122mm gun capable of penetrating the armour of any tank.

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Armies of Late-War
British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10)

British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10)

The new T-34/85 that entered production at the end of 1943 joined existing battalions. It was a major improvement over the earlier T-34/76, having a new turret with thicker armour mounting a long 85mm gun. This new tank was more than a match for the German Mark IV tanks, and approaches the massive Panther tank in its killing power.

The IS-2 heavy tank was designed to replace the aging KV tanks as the Guards heavy breakthrough units. It was equipped with the massive D25-T 122mm gun for hunting the enemy heavy tanks. With 120mm armour on the front and 90mm on the side, the tank was well protected for duty on the eastern front.

The IS-2 first saw action in the Spring of 1944. IS-2 units were assigned to important operations and often led the initial assaults as they did in Operation Bagration in June 1944. 

British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10)

British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10)

The heavy guns of the ISU-152 could be found supporting assaulting infantry with direct fire. Their ability to instantly destroy bunkers, buildings, and defensive positions provided excellent infantry support.

The ISU-122 more often supported advancing Soviet tank battalions by providing overwatching fire. They would generally take up a position on the flanks of the tank formations and use their large guns to target enemy anti-tank guns, tank-hunters, and panzers

Like many things in the Red Army, the artillery lacks subtlety. On the other side of the equation, the ‘Red God Of War’ makes up for this in sheer weight of fire. The lightweight and mobile 76mm ZIS-3 field gun forms the mainstay of the artillery.

British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10)

British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10)
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Flames Of War 4th Edition Mini Rulebook (x1)
Start Here Guide (x1)
Plastic T-34 Sprues (x7)
Soviet Tank Shock Group (SUAB08)
Soviet Tank Shock Group (SUAB08)
Plastic IS-2 Sprues (x2)
British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10)
British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10)
Plastic ISU Sprues (x2)
British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10)
British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10)
Plastic ZIS-2/3 Sprue (x4)
British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10)
Plastic Tank Crew (x2) Plastic Gun Crew (x4)
British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10) Soviet Tank Shock Group (SUAB08)
Decal Sheet (x1) Decal Sheet (x1)
British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10) British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10)
Plastic Bases
British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10)
Unit Cards
Soviet Force Card (x1)
British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10)
T-34/85 Tank Battalion HQ (x1) T-34/85 Tank Company(x2)
British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10) British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10)
T-34 Tank Battalion HQ (x1) T-34 Tank Company (x2)
British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10) British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10)
IS-2 Tank Company (x1) ISU Heavy Assault Gun Company (x1)
British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10) British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10)
76mm ZIS-3 Artillery Battery (x1) ZIS Anti-tank Company(x1)
British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10) British Armoured Battle Group (BRAB10)
Click here to learn how to assemble the T-34 here... Click here to learn how to assemble the IS-2 here...
Click here to learn how to assemble the T-34 here... Click here to learn how to assemble the IS-2 here...
Click here to learn how to assemble the ISU-122 here... Click here to learn how to assemble the ZIS-2/3 here...
Click here to learn how to assemble the ISU-122 here... Click here to learn how to assemble the ZIS-2/3 here...


Last Updated On Tuesday, November 21, 2017 by Luke at Battlefront