Greek A27 Centaur


Greece received its first tanks after WW2 as part of the British military aid in May 1946, 52 Centaurs (along with Carriers, Marmon Herrington Mk. IVs and Otter Is) , which were set in action the very next year, during the Greek civil war, against the communist forces in Macedonia and Epirus. In spite of the mountain terrain and the numerous minefields in these regions the tanks performed quite well. They soldiered on till 1957 when they were gradually phased out as the new M-47 was received.

Drawn in in Fusion 360 at 1/56 scale designed for resin printing.

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