DescriptionDID 1/6 SCALE WWII GERMAN PANTS
FROM NIELS, SS-PANZER-DIVISION ‘DAS REICH’ ENGINEER, EASTERN FRONT 1943
FROM PRODUCT NUMBER D80089
ITEM IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION
NOTES1: THIS ITEM CAME OUT OF A NEW BOXED FIGURE, IT HASN’T BEEN HANDLED EXCEPT BY ME WHEN I TOOK IT OUT OF THE BOX.
NOTES2: ITEMS INCLUDED: GERMAN PANTS.
NOTES3: THERE ARE NOT ANY ACTION FIGURES IN THIS ITEM.
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More on the EASTERN FRONT:
The Eastern Front of WWII was a theatre of conflict between the European Axis powers and co-biligerent Finland against the Soviet Union (USSR), Poland and other Allies, which encompassed Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Northeast Europe (Baltics), and Southeast Europe (Balkans) from 22 June 1941 to 9 May 1945. It has been known as the Great Patriotic War in the Soviet Union and its successor states (in particular, modern Russia), while in Germany it was called the Eastern Front .
The battles on the Eastern Front of the Second World War constituted the largest military confrontation in history. They were characterised by unprecedented ferocity, wholesale destruction, mass deportations, and immense loss of life due to combat, starvation, exposure, disease, and massacres. Of the estimated 70-85 million deaths attributed to World War II, around 30 million occurred on the Eastern Front. The Eastern Front was decisive in determining the outcome in the European theatre of operations in World War II, eventually serving as the main reason for the defeat of Nazi Germany and the Axis nations.
The two principal belligerent powers were Germany and the Soviet Union, along with their respective allies. Though never engaged in military action in the Eastern Front, the U.S.A.and the U.K.both provided substantial material aid in the form of the Lend-Lease to the Soviet Union. The joint German-Finnish operations across the northernmost Finnish–Soviet border and in the Murmansk region are considered part of the Eastern Front. In addition, the Soviet–Finnish Continuation War may also be considered the northern flank of the Eastern Front.