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LOS! Hors Series 19
LOSH19
French Text. Lavishly illustrated magazine.
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LOS! 41 LES 4 Vies d''un Cuirass
LOS041
FRENCH TEXT. Lavishly illustrated magazine.
£7.50
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Nuts & Bolts.41 Bussing''s Schwerer%
NAB41MIL
With black and white photos from manuals, combat and war fronts in black and white most of them previously unpublished
£27.99
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Steel Master 166 Nov 2018
SM166MIL
French Text Magazine.
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Steel Master 164 Sep 2018
SM164MIL
French Text Magazine.
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Tankcraft (14) Centurion Armoured Hero
41349MIL
The fifty-ton British Centurion tank, developed during the darkest days of the Second World War, was designed to out-gun and out-perform the latest German tanks, such as the formidable Panzer V Panther. It was one of the most successful tanks ever produced, and this volume in the TankCraft series by Robert Jackson is the ideal introduction to it. The Centurion came into service too late to test its ability in action with German armour, but in the post-war world it earned a fearsome reputation in action during the many conflicts of the Cold War era, from the Middle East to Vietnam. Nearly 4,500 were built, serving with the armies of some twenty nations. The Centurion’s chassis was also adapted to fulfil a variety of tasks, including armoured recovery, bridge-laying and guided weapons carrier. As well as tracing the history of the Centurion, Robert Jackson's book is an excellent source of reference for the modeller, providing details of available kits and photographs of award-winning models, together with artworks showing the colour schemes applied to these tanks. Each section of the book is supported by a wealth of archive photographs.
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Tankcraft (11) Sherman Tanks US Army
41868MIL
A look at the Sherman Tanks used by the US Army throughout the campaign in Western Europe. These were the tanks that made up the bulk of the American armoured forces that swept across occupied France and advanced into Hitler’s Germany. Wartime photographs and carefully researched, exquisitely presented colour illustrations show in detail the types of Sherman including the main variants that played a vital role in Allied operations. As with all the books in the TankCraft series, a section of this work displays available model kits and aftermarket products, complemented by a gallery of beautifully constructed and painted models in various scales. Technical details as well as modifications introduced during production and in the field are also explained. This book will give the modeller all the information and knowledge required to recreate an authentic miniature representation of the most famous American armoured vehicle of the Second World War.
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Camera On 8 SD.KFZ. 10/4 & 10/5
81852MIL
This photo-album in the Camera On series contains archive photos of German Trucks of WW2 and includes a large number of previously unseen pictures, many from private sources in Germany.
£15.00
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Camera On 7 Hotchkiss H35 & H39
81845MIL
This photo-album in the Camera On series contains archive photos of German Trucks of WW2 and includes a large number of previously unseen pictures, many from private sources in Germany.
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Aktion 2 Wargame Techniques Magazine
AK02MOD
New magazine from AK Interactive designed for players with step by step scenarios and tips and techniques for wargames. Includes settings, accessories, vehicles, figures etc.
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Third World War: The World in Crisis
61168MOD
Welcome to the future. Set in a hypothetical reality where years of diplomacy and posturing has brought two antagonistic worldviews and two different ways of understanding international politics closer to the brink. THIRD WORLD WAR, THE WORLD IN CRISIS lays out how and where a large-scale confrontation for the control of Asia and the word could take place. A new concept in modelling genre.
£25.00
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Latin America At War 9 Mexicans at W
90069AVI
This book introduces the reader to an unknown Ally of the Second World War. Few people remember that Mexico, took an active part in that conflict. This volume covers Mexican participation in the Second World War for the first time using photos, documents and testimony from official and personal archives. Following the sinking of Mexican ships by German u-boats the first North American Texan armed trainers entered service in the Gulf of Mexico, earning the title of the "Mexican Dive Bomber". Due to the necessities of the war, the service had to reorganize its aviation assets to be able to receive a larger number of American-built lease aircraft, which started the modernization and reorganization process that is felt even today. The war affected all aspect of Mexican military aviation from tactical units, to training, to logistics and military doctrine. As Mexico was securing its coasts and sending aviation personnel to train in the USA, it would later field its fighter squadron to participate in the liberation of the Philippine islands. By the end of the war the Mexican air force had experienced its most rapid growth since it was officially established back in February 1915. The text is fully supported by numerous previously unpublished photographs and colour profiles showing camouflage and markings.
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WWP G059 AT-T Vehicles Family
09654MIL
Contains a plethora of colour walkaround photos covering the AT-T vehicle family. Content covers history, walkaround, interior-detail, engine detail and chassis detail.
£22.99
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Tito''s Jet Jockeys - US Jets in%2
18279AVI
Tito’s Jet Jockeys, US Jets in Yugoslav Air Force During Cold War, is the monograph which describes the arguably most intensive almost Golden age of the Yugoslav Air Force. It became after the Tito’s clash with the Stalin in 1948, which expulsed Yugoslavia from Socialist lager, and renewal of the good relations with its former Second World War allies now core NATO states. After joining the Mutual Defence Aid Programme in late 1951, Yugoslavia started to receive contemporary or modern types of warplanes. Since March 1953 to late 1957, Yugoslav Air Force has received a total of 257 US Jets. Later, through commercial purchases, the number of the US Jets reached over 600 examples that soldiered in the YAF until mid-1970s and provided its backbone and unique Cold War experience. The book was written upon the declassified archival sources that are kept in Military Archive and YAF Museum in Belgrade, coupled with numerous interviews that authors gathered in many years. It featured some 380 photos, many of them never seen so far. Finally, it was titled upon the way how the American observers called Yugoslav pilots during the training in USAFE bases in Europe 1952-1953.
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RAIDERS German Auxiliary Cruisers of Wor
18217NAV
German commerce raiders – auxiliary cruisers looking like harmless merchantmen, but carrying strong concealed armament – were operating worldwide on sea lanes during the Second World War. Even today they are an interesting and rarely described theme, being often cloaked in legends and “naval lore”. These mystery ships – similar to the Allied Q-ships from the First World War, old and almost derelict cargo vessels with concealed weapons, equipped to chase German submarines – were rebuilt in secrecy and could swiftly change their disguise using means on boardonly. They operated far from home, in the waters where enemy and neutral merchantmen weren´t expecting any danger. In spite of the fact that the British Royal Navy was watching all entrances into the Atlantic, nine German commerce raiders left German harbors undiscovered and mostly unopposed between 1940 and 1942, to disrupt British and Allied maritime communications on worlds´ oceans. Already there are some books, mostly in German, describing better known German raiders (armed merchant cruisers and some regular warships) or German armed merchant cruisers as a category, but here the author is trying to cover for the first time all operations of all German auxiliary cruisers in World War Two, being described chronologically for each ship. The story begins with a short historical overview of the war against commerce since the 19th Century and is concluded with some questions about the future. The main text is supplemented by attachments on armament and equipment of these German trade disruption cruisers, including tables listing their technical data and armament, together with detailed lists of all Allied and neutral merchant vessels sunk or seized by German armed merchant cruisers in World War Two. The book is illustrated with more than 200 photographs and drawings, showing the raiders, their victims, supply ships, other German warships available or suitable for the war against commerce, the armament of the armed merchant cruisers and the routes of all their voyages.
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