Jay Blakemore conquers confusion as he recreates arguably the most infamous artillery piece of World War Two, in the shape of Dragon’s 1/35 8.8cm Flak 37 gun.


Dragon 1/35 8.8cm Flak 37

Designed originally as an antiaircraft weapon, the 8.8cm Flak (Flugabwehrkanone or Fliegerabwehrkanone – aircraft defence cannon) went on to become one of the most widely recognised and feared artillery pieces of World War Two. 

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