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Tamiya 32557 WWII Famous General Set

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Škála: 1:48
Výrobca: Tamiya
Kód produktu: tam32557
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VýrobcaTamiya
Kód produktutam32557
Hmotnosť:0.08 kg
Ean:4950344325573
Škála1:48
Pridané do katalógu:19.5.2008
TagyErwin-Rommel George-S-Patton Bernard-Law-Montgomery Douglas-MacArthur Dwight-David-Eisenhower
  • Field Marchal Rommel of German Army
  • Field Marchal Montgommerz of British Army
  • General Macarthur of U.S. Army
  • General Eisenhower of U.S. Army
  • General Patton of U.S. Army

Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein was born in November 1887 and died in March 1976. He was a British field marshal and one of the best commanders of the British Empire during the Second World War. Bernard Law Montgomery completed his secondary education at St. Paul's School, and received theoretical military education at the Military Academy in Sandhurst, which he graduated in 1908 at the age of 21. Military service began with assignment to the 1st Royal Infantry Regiment and shipment to India. Bernard Law Montgomery took a very active part in World War I: he fought at Ypres and Baileul in 1914, where he was badly wounded. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Order for these battles. In 1916, he fought on the Somme as a staff officer. In July 1918 he was appointed lieutenant colonel and chief of staff of the 47th Infantry Division. He also actively served in the British Army in the interwar period, obtaining the rank of brigadier. He started his activities in World War II with the French campaign in 1940, as the commander of the 2nd BEF Corps (British Expeditionary Force). He had earned his credit in the retreat from Dunkirk. He spent the years 1940-1942 in the British Isles. In 1942, he was assigned to North Africa, where he was given command of the 8th Army. Commanding these forces, he first inhibited the German advance at Alam El-Halfa, and later defeated the Axis forces in the Battle of El-Alamein, achieving his greatest and most famous victory. He later commanded the 8th Army during the fighting in North Africa, during the landings in Sicily and in southern Italy in 1943. He was one of the high-ranking Allied officers who planned and implemented the Normandy landing plan in June 1944. After landing, his forces fought in the Caen area where he ultimately won victory despite numerous tactical defeats. Later (September 1944) he oversaw the unsuccessful operation Market-Garden. After World War II, he held important positions in the structure of the British army, and later also in NATO. He ended his military career in 1958.

George Patton (actually George Smith Patton Junior) was born in 1885 and died in 1945. He was one of the most recognizable and, in the opinion of many, one of the best American generals of the Second World War. He gained his first military experience during the General Pershing mission to Mexico in 1917, and later participated in the First World War in Europe. He was the main organizer of the American armored corps in this conflict, but also fought on the front lines where he was badly wounded. For bravery in the face of the enemy, decorated with the orders of Purple Heart and Distinguished Service Cross. General George Patton began his participation in World War II with participation in Operation Torch, i.e. the Allied landings in North Africa (late 1942). He then fought in Sicily (1943), but there was an incident with the slap of a soldier suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. As a result, he was removed from command for a long time. He returned to the front line at the head of the US 3rd Army during Operation Cobra in August 1944, where he showed considerable tactical sense and skillful coordination of the actions of the ground forces and aviation. Probably the greatest fame came from the 3rd Army during the operation in the Ardennes at the turn of 1944-1945, when he was able to quickly change the front lines of his army and proceed to a counterattack. He died in a car accident in occupied Germany. General George Patton was an unconventional figure, with great organizational talents, considerable tactical and operational skills, showing great personal bravery. At the same time, he was nicknamed "blood and guts", believed that he was the reincarnation of a Roman legionnaire and a Napoleonic general.

Erwin Rommel (full name: Erwin Johannes Eugen Rommel) was born in 1891 and died probably by forced suicide in 1944. He was one of the most famous German generals of the Second World War - he was nicknamed the Fox of the Desert. Erwin Rommel gained his war experience from the first weeks of the First World War. In its course, as an infantry officer, he was active in Argons in France, Italy and Romania. In the course of this conflict, he often showed personal courage and skillfully led his troops into battle. For his achievements on the Italian front, he was awarded the highest order of imperial Germany - Pour Le Merite. After 1918, he remained in Reichswer. During this period, he also wrote a great and still up-to-date book "Piechota attacks!" (in German "Infanterie greif an!"). At the beginning of World War II, in recognition of his merits, he was the head of Adolf Hitler's Headquarters in Poland. However, already in the summer of 1940, he commanded the German 7th Armored Division with great success during the French campaign. However, in the years 1941-1943 he led the Afrika Korps during his fights in North Africa, often at that time presenting an unconventional, courageous, extremely offensive action, sometimes not taking into account the conditions of logistics. Ultimately, due to the numerical superiority of the Allied forces and its own problems with supplies - the campaign in North Africa was lost by the Axis countries. In the period 1943-1944 he held high command positions in France. Due to the still unclear role of Field Marshal Erwin Rommel in the attack on Hitler of July 20, 1944, he was most likely forced to commit suicide in October 1944.

Dwight David Eisenhower (aka Ike) was born in October 1890 and died in March 1969. He was one of the highest-ranking American generals during World War II, commander of the Allied forces operating in North-Western Europe in 1944-1945, and finally - a two-time president of the United States. Dwight David Eisenhower entered West Point Academy, the "forge" of American military cadres, in 1911 and graduated from it in 1915. Interestingly, when the US joined World War I, he was not sent to the front. In the years 1925-1926 he studied at the Academy of the General Staff in Fort Leavenworth, and shortly afterwards he completed further military studies, including the Army War College. In 1941 he was promoted to the rank of brigadier general. In November 1942, he became commander of the US and Allied forces landing in North Africa as part of Operation Torch. He also successfully commanded and supervised the landing operation in Sicily in July 1943. In December 1943, he was appointed Commander in Chief of the forces preparing for the Normandy landings in June 1944. He significantly contributed to the successful conduct of Operation Overlord and the subsequent activities of the Allied forces in France, the Benelux countries and western Germany. His mistakes are primarily the consent to the Market-Garden operation and the surprise of the German offensive in the Ardennes in the winter of 1944/1945. After World War II, he continued his military career. In 1952, he definitively ended his military career, and in 1953 he was sworn in as president of the USA, later also winning his re-election. Dwight David Eisenhower died on March 29, 1969.

Douglas George MacArthur was born in January 1880 and died in April 1964. He was one of the highest ranking American generals during World War II. He was awarded the Medal of Honor and, as one of only five generals in US history, he was awarded the rank of army general. General of the Army). Douglas George MacArthur came from a family with military traditions, and his father was a brigadier general in the Union Army during the American Civil War (1861-1865). In 1893 he joined, or was better sent by his parents, to West Texas Military Academy, which he graduated with flying colors. In 1898 he entered the West Point Academy, the "forge" of American officers, and in 1903 he graduated with a first place and one of the best results in the history of this Academy! He began his military service in the Philippines, and later traveled through the Far East with his father - the military governor of the Philippines. He took an active part in the First World War, and in 1918 he was promoted to the rank of brigadier general. Shortly after the end of Welkin War, he became commandant of West Point, and from 1930 to 1935 he was Chief of Staff of the Army. As an interesting fact, he visited Poland in 1932 and met Marshal Piłsudski. During World War II, he fought in the Far East against Japan. In the initial period of the conflict, he commanded the US troops in the Philippines, but on the orders of the US president, he went to Australia. In the years 1942-1945 he was the supreme command of all Allied forces operating in the South-West Pacific. He successfully conducted operations in New Guinea, and during this period he commanded as many as 46 successful amphibious operations. He also took an active part in the operation in the Philippines in 1944. From April 1945, he prepared plans for a landing operation to the Japanese Islands, which, however, were never implemented. After World War II, he commanded the occupation forces in Japan and laid a solid foundation for the country's democratization. In the Land of the Rising Sun, he turned out to be a farsighted and extremely efficient administrator and one of the founders of democratic Japan. Douglas George MacArthur was also in command during the Korean War (1950-1953), successfully landing Incheon. In 1951, however, he was dismissed from his post for insubordination.

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