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Welcome to Military Modelling Magazine, Vo 48, No 4, which is our annual 100-Page ‘Special’. This year we take a look at The Battle of Kursk, infamously known as the world’s largest tank battle, which took place 75 years ago this summer. In this issue we have focussed on the tank but we should also remember the hundreds of thousands of troops, artillery pieces, general support equipment and aircraft which took part in the long battle for a patch of land 150 miles long and 100 miles deep. Even with 100 pages to play with we can barely scratch the surface of this subject and other Kursk-related articles will appear later in the year in addition to these twelve articles. While we have included some familiar contributors to you, I am pleased to introduce no less than five new ones (to me at least) in the shape of Johan Augustsson, Sven Frisch, Kimmo Happonen, Alexander Wegner and Konstantinos Tsiompris. All of them are high class modellers and I hope that they will continue to produce work for Military Modelling in the future. The Battle of Kursk A very brief introduction to the ‘The world’s largest tank battle’ Battle Trap Trumpeter KV-1 diorama by Konstantinos Tsiompris Lost Panther Johan Augustsson appropriately presents a vignette depicting an Sd.Kfz.171 Panzer V Panther No place for a T-70 The MiniArt 1/35 T-70M Soviet light tank by Mark Chisholm Dirty ‘Tigger’ at Kursk The 1/48 Tamiya Tiger I Early Production by Wouter Vrints Sergey’s Flying Tank HobbyBoss 1/32 IL-2M ‘Sturmovik’ Ground Attack Aircraft by Gary Radford ‘A Steppe Too Far’ Sturmpanzer IV in the trenches of Kursk by Sven Frisch Aleksandra Grigoryevna Samusenko Life Miniatures 1/10 bust by Peter Day Panzer Marsch! Panzer Kampfwagen 3 Ausf. M by Alexander Wegner ‘The Grave of Seven Brothers’ A TAKOM M3 Lee ‘M3sredni’ in Soviet hands with an Academy interior by Ivan Cocker

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