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Item 305 : German early war armored fighting vehicles 

Filled with fine-scale drawings of German AFVs covering the time period of the Blitzkrieg across Europe through the greatest tank battle in history, Kursk. Multiple angles provide a level of detail for the enthusiast and modeler. * 8-wheeled Armored Car * Sd. Kfz. Panzer I Tank * Sd. Kfz. Panzer II Tank * Sd. Kfz. Panzer 35 T Tank * Sd. Kfz. Panzer III * Sd. Kfz. 250 Armored Halftrack * And dozens more . . . Based on meticulous research of actual vehicles, official photographs, factory specifications, and, in some cases, the original design plans, each drawing is rendered with great precision--and in exact scale--offering military enthusiasts and modelers an essential reference on these steel chariots of war.

Soft cover
95 pages
ISBN : 978-0811733410
George Bradford Stackpole books  
Item 306 : German late war armored fighting vehicles

This work is filled with fine-scale drawings of Germany's late war armoured vehicles including Panther, Tiger, Elephant, Jagdtiger, and dozens more.

Soft cover
93 pages
ISBN : 978-0811733410
George Bradford Stackpole books  
Item 307 : The German Wehrmacht on all fronts 1939-1945
images from the private photo albums
Vol. 1 Nebelwerfer, Panzer, Flak, Funker, Gebirgsjager

The majority of the images portraying the German armed forces during World War II were shot by closely censored Kriegsberichter (war correspondents), and frequently obfuscated the actual wartime experience for propaganda purposes. In this all new series, one can look back in time and see the war through the untainted lenses of the individual Frontsoldaten, who were daring enough to capture the epic period on film. In addition to fascinating candid photos, is a carefully selected array of studio portraits. the outstanding color gallery has the exclusive privilege of featuring original period uniforms, equipment, and accessories from internationally acclaimed collectors.

Hard cover. 293 pages
Text, all B & W photos, Color Photos
ISBN : 978-0-7643-2783-4
Dr.Spencer A.Coil
Clemens Ellmauthaler
Schiffer Books  
Item 308 : Pz.Kpfw.VI Tiger Ausf.B Konigtiger
Technical and operational history

Table of contents :
Introduction, Technical history of the Pz.Kpfw.VI Tiger Ausf.B, Hull, Turret,
88mm kampfwagenkanone 43(L/71) - 88mm KwK 43 (L/71)
Panzerfehlswagen Tiger Ausf.B (Sd.Kfz. 267 and Sd.Kfz 268)
Accessories stored on the outside of the Tiger Ausf.B and Pz.Bef.Wg. Tiger Ausf.B
Camoflage, Modification to the Tiger Ausf.B
Drawings, Color Profiles, Drawings.
Tiger Ausf.B in combat units 

480 pages, color and black and white photos
ISBN : 978-83-60041-22-2

Item 309 : Sturmgewehr - From firepower to striking power
It has been said that Adolf Hitler was the greatest general the allies had during World War II. Several examples of his fatefully bungled tactical decisions are discussed herein, none perhaps more significant than his refusal - on three separate occasions - to sanction the intermediate caliber assault rifle project.
Such a concept had actually originated late in World War I. Machine guns, fielded in massive numbers during the latter years of the war, soon took over most of the long range tasks previously assigned to the Gewehr 98. The realization that the 98 rifle was overlong and overpowered for close-range action led to the development of the Bergmann MP18/I maschinenpistole, which fired the 9x19mm Parabellum cartridge from the 32 round snail drum of the artillery Luger pistol.

600 pages, 392 illustrations
ISBN 0-88935-356-5
Hans Dieter
Collector Grade Publications  
Item 310 : SturmTiger and SturmPanzer in Combat

This book is divided into technical part, in which the development of the assault infantry gun (Sturm-Infanterie-Geschutz), the assault tank (Sturmpanzer) and the assault howitzer (Sturmmorser) are treated, and a historical part, in which the operational histories of the formations that were equipped with these vehicles.
Table of contents :
Sturm-Infanterie-Geschutz Description of the chassis, the superstructure and the weapons
Operational histories Sturmgeschutz-Abteilung 177, 244 and 245.
Operational histories Sturm-Infanterie-Geschutz Batterie /Lehr-Batallion XVII and the 23 Panzer division. and more..

256 pages, many photos, many pages of scale drawings
ISBN : 978-83-60041-29-1
Waldemar Trojca
Markus jaugitz  
Item 311 : PanzerJager - Technical and Operational History Vol-1

Table of contents :
4.7cm Pak (t) (Sfl) auf Pz.Kpfw.I (Sd.Kfz. 101) ohne Turm - Panzerjager (Pz.Jg.1)
Color profiles
Self-Propelled Marder Tank destroyers produced on Pz.Kpfw.II chassis.
Pz.Jg II fur 7.62cm Pak 36 (Sd.Kfz. 132) Marder II
Color Profiles.
Pz.Jg II fur 7.5cm Pak 40/2 (Sd.Kfz. 131) Marder II
Self-Propelled Marder Tank Destroyers Based on the Pz.Kpfw. 38(t) Chassis
Pz.Jg. 38 fur 7.62cm Pak 36 (Sd.Kfz. 139) Marder III
Pz.Jg. 38 7.5cm Pak 40/3 Ausf.H (Sd.Kfz. 138) Marder 38T, Marder III
Pz.Jg. 38 7.5cm Pak 40/3 Ausf.M (Sd.Kfz. 138) Marder 38T, Marder III
Color Profiles.
Jagdpanzer 38 (Sd.Kfz. 138/2) - Hetzer
8.8 cm Pak 43/1 (L/71) Fahrgestell PzKpfw.III/IV (Sf) Hornisse (Nashorn) Sd.Kfz. 164
10.5cm K (gp.Sfl) - 10cm K. Pz.Sfl.IVa
Color Profiles.

344 pages, color and black and white photos.
ISBN : 978-83-60041-31-4
Markus Jaugitz  
Item 312 : Fotos from the PanzerTruppen - The early year

The team that brought you "Panzerwrecks" now present this book, 64 pages of large format photographs giving a unique insight into the nuts and bolts of the panzerwaffe from the soldiers themselves.
This volume covers Panzer I to IV and 38(t) using 77 hitherto unseen photographs from veterans' albums and collections. These are accompanied by detailed captions that identify each vehicle by its correct designation and point out interesting aspects of colours, markings and camouflages.
This first volume features photographic coverage of the extremely rare Pz.Kpfw. IV fitted with "Vorpanzer" on the turret front.
If you are looking for detail or inspiration, you might just find it between these covers.

Soft cover.
64 pages, black and white photos all.
ISBN : 978-097541835-2  
Lee Archer
William Auerbach

Item 313 : Panzerwrecks German Armor 1944-45 (vol-6)

Why did US forces convert a number of captured m.S.P.W. (Sd.Kfz.251) ? What unusual insignia was on them ? What does the interior of a flammpanzer 38 look like ? What armored vehicles were at Meppen ? What does a see-through Jagdtiger look like ? How can you tell a factory fresh m.S.P.W. (7.5cm Pak) Sd.Kfz. 251/22 from a converted m.S.P.W. (7.5cm Kanone) Sd.Kfz.251/9 ? The answers to these and other questions are to be found here in Panzerwrecks 6, with 119 rare and unpublished large format photographs sourced from around the world.

features :
Panzerjager and Flakpanzers of Meppen.
Panzer Remnants on a Czech Road.
Flammpanzer 38 in and out.
Quick Fix : Rocket Firing SPWs.

Soft cover. 96 pages
ISBN : 978-09754-1836-9
Lee Archer
William Auerbach

Item 314 : Panzerwrecks OstFront (vol-7)

What distinguished a Turan I from a Turan II ? What happened when a "Hummel" lost an artillery duel ? Which panzers were given to the Bulgarians by the Russians ? Where did some of the first Pz.Kpfw IV Ausf.J's appear? Why was Kurland important to Berlin ? What distinguished an IR capable Panther? The answer to these and other questions are to be found here in Panzerwrecks 7, with 120 rare and unpublished large format photographs sourced from Russia and Eastern Europe. 

Features :
Panzer wrecks in Uman
Cut off in Chernivtsi
Turan tanks on a train
Surrender in Kurland

Soft cover. 96 pages
ISBN : 978-09754-1837-6
Lee Archer
William Auerbach
Item 315 : Tiger I & II and their variants
The Spielberger German Armor and Military Vehicle Series

Also including The TigerFibel

Hard cover. 260 pages
Text, all B & W photos
ISBN : 978-0-7643-2780-3
Schiffer Books  
sFH-18 family
sFH-18 Family
Item 316 : sFH-18 Family in Detail
WWII German sFH-18 15cm Field Howitzer and his variants in
World Military Museums Collections

WWII sFH-18 in action
sFH-36 15cm in WTS Koblenz
sFH-18 15cm in WTS Koblenz
M18/47 152mm as sFH 15cm in Military Technical Museum Lesany
M18/47 152mm in Czech Museums

Soft cover, 70 pages
Text, all color photos
ISBN : 978-80-86416-73-1


WR360 C14
WR360 C14
Item 317 : WR 360 C14 in Detail
WWII German Diesel Locomotives V36.2 and V36.4 in Belgian Royal Army Museum
and European Private Railway Museums

WR360 C14/21141 in Belgian Royal Army Museum
Engine Hatch
Running section
DEUTZ Engine Details
Engine Compartment
Cab Interior Details, Controls
V36231 in Bayerisches Eisenbahnmuseum Nordlingen
Czech Provate WR360 Walk around

Soft cover, 70 pages
Text, all color photos
ISBN : 978-80-86416-77-9

Item 318 : T80 Standard Tank - 
The Soviet Army's Last Armored Champion
The T-80 Standard Tank was the last tank fielded before the collapse of the Soviet Union, and the most controversial. Despite having the most sophisticated fire controls and multi-layer armor ever fielded on a Soviet tank, it turbine power plant (rather than a controversial diesel) remained a source of considerable trouble throughtout career.

Steven J.Zaloga charts the little-known history of the T-80, covering the initial construction, through the development to the subsequent variants - the T-84 and Russian's enigmatic "Black Eagle Tank".
Accompanying detailed cutaway artwork illustrates the unusual design features that made the T-80 so controversial.

Soft cover. 48 pages.
Full color artwork, illustration, cutaway artwork.
ISBN : 978-1-84603-244-8
Steven J.Zaloga Osprey Publishing  

Item 319 : Panzerwrecks Normandy 1 (vol-8)
Features :
German field guns on Lorraine Schlepper.
15cm Panzerwerfer 42.
Pz.Lehr wrecks during "Operation Cobra"

Soft cover. 96 pages.
English text, with B & W photos
ISBN : 978-097541839-0
Lee Archer
William Auerbach
Item 320 : Tiger Tank Model Painting Manual

Tiger I :
Eastern Line : No.411, No.1331, No.S45, No.S04
Western Line : No.205, No.007

KingTiger : No.113, No.204

soft cover. All japanese.
112 pages, all color
Satoshi Katoh ModelArt  
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