On August 8, 1944, Michael Wittmann was near Cintheaux, between Caen and Falaise in a battle with a group of 5 Sherman Firefly tanks. Ultimately, the overpowering was too great and he fell in the fight, where he had previously destroyed 2 of the enemy tanks and shot a non-combatant. None of Wittmann's crew survived, and together with her, he was buried in a village cemetery in Hamlet of Gaumesnil. A week later, the Allies closed the Kessel of Falaise and established the German troops there
Details/Scope of delivery
- Figure Michael Wittmann sitting
Each figurine is unique due to the hand painting - deviations are possible in color and appearance.
Scale of 1:16
Height approx 9.0 cm
Width approx. 5.5 cm
Weight approx 0.2 kg
Scale decoration figures intended for collectors aged 14 and over!
Use under direct adult supervision
Minimum age: 14 years
Not suitable for children under 36 months. Choking hazard due to small parts that can be swallowed.