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New Release: Operation Barbarossa Building Instructions for WW2 LEGO® Models

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From now through Sunday November 29th, your purchase of an Operation Barbarossa book comes with a free Russian and German BrickArms Weapons Pack! Thats 30 free BrickArms Weapons!

Operation Barbarossa was the code name for the German invasion of the Soviet Union during World War II. Launched on June 22, 1941, it was just the beginning of the most epic and costly battles in human history. 

Recreated in this book with LEGO® bricks are many of the most important fighting vehicles of this first phase of the war on the Eastern Front. The wide open plains of Ukraine and Russia were ideal tank country, with which most of the battles were waged.

This book contains instructions for 13 kits that is less than $7.50/per kit for each instruction and there is a full sticker sheet included with the book.

This book contains complete full-color, step-by-step building instructions for 13 German and Russian military models from World War II. Instructions in this volume are: 

  • Panzer II ausf C Light Tank
  • Panzer 38(t) Light Tank
  • Panzer III ausf H Medium Tank
  • Panzer IV ausf E Medium Tank
  • SdKfz 10 Half Track Prime Mover
  • PaK 36 3.7cm Anti-Tank Gun
  • T-26 Model 1939 Light Tank
  • BT-7 Cavalry Tank
  • T34/76 Medium Tank
  • KV-1 Heavy Tank
  • KV-2 152mm Self-Propelled Gun
  • Gaz MM Light Truck
  • 53-K Anti-Tank Gun, Model 1937

 Also included is a vinyl sticker sheet with vehicle insignia and uniforms for 20 figures.

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