The Nebelwerfer 41 six-barrel rocket launcher was one of the German weapons the Allied soldiers were terrified of across all the battlefields it was used on. The German military introduced the Nebelwerfer into the service in 1941 and it remained used until the end of the war. Firing the smoke or explosive shells had also very strong psychologic effect mainly because of the noise the missiles gave out.
A single styrene sprue offers finely detailed parts of the rocket launcher. There are paint schemes of as many as five different Nebelwerfers, four of which were found on the Eastern front, the fifth one bearing a two-tone scheme was captured by British paratroopers in Troarn near Caen in Normandy following the 1944 Invasion.
Highly detailed model
Interesting colour schemes