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Legends of Warfare: Tiger I & II Germany's Most Feared Tanks of WWII

Product code:  58487MIL
Germany’s Tiger tank, whether in the form of the Tiger I or later Tiger II (King Tiger), was the most feared tank of WWII. Despite production totaling fewer than 2,000 units, its heavy armor, its power, and perhaps the even more powerful Nazi propaganda machine ensured that the Tiger remains well known over seven decades after last being on the battlefield. Through more than 175 photos, this volume chronicles the design, development, and deployment of this famed German tank. Full-color photograp...

German Super Heavy Panzer projects of World War II - Wehrmacht Concepts & Designs

Product code:  58654MIL
Tank design bureaus first became involved in the development of very heavy tanks after WWI. In addition to the militaries of Germany and England, the Soviet Union was also fascinated by these monsters. Behind it was the concept of transferring the heavy armament of naval warfare to land warfare. These superheavy vehicles were to move across the land the way battleships moved on the sea, and were to be capable of simultaneously defeating enemy forces from any direction. In this follow-up to his h...

Hackenberg - The Giant of the Maginot Line

Product code:  38532MIL
French Language book. Built between 1929 and 1935 riding on the eponymous hill, Hackenberg (A19) is the largest structure on the Maginot Line. In this formidable fortress buried in places 96 meters deep, everything is immoderate: two entrances, 17 combat blocks, divided into two half-west and east, 25 guns including 7 anti-tank, 33 light mortars, 30 machine guns and 60 rifles -mitrailleurs, a storage capacity of nearly 80 000 shells and 1.5 million cartridges of 7.5 mm, a thickness of 3.50 meter...

STUG III Enthusiasts Manual-Sturmgeschutz III Ausfuhrung A to G (SdKfz 142)

Product code:  12130MIL
Based on the chassis of the Panzer III tank, the Second World War German Sturmgeschutz series of assault guns was a successful and cost-effective range of armoured fighting vehicles. Originally intended as a mobile assault weapon for infantry support, the StuG was constantly modified and saw extensive use on all battlefronts as an assault gun and tank destroyer. Author Mark Healy examines the development, construction and fighting qualities of the StuG, including insights into what it was like t...

Modelling School: Urban Dioramas

Product code:  62158MOD
With step by step detail, this book covers basic building methods through to painting and weathering to various base coat applications. Contains hints, tips and techniques on weathering your model. Utilising all the processes described in the book in order to produce a unique looking model.

Italienfeldzug: German Tanks and Vehicles 1943-45 Vol.1

Product code:  62615MIL
In his preface to this work, Steve Zaloga points out that although the performance of German troops on the Russian front, North Africa, and Normandy is well known to military history aficionados, knowledge of the operations in the Italian theatre are much more obscure. This new book will help shed light on the subject with a detailed photographic study of the German land operations in Italy beginning with the battles on Sicily in July of 1943.

Middle East @ War 14: Moscow's Game of Poker: Russian Military Intervention in Syria 2015-17

Product code:  90373AVI
In August 2015, the government of the Russian Federation embarked its military forces on an intervention in Syria. Ever since, there is no end of discussions about Russian military capabilities and intentions - in Syria and beyond. To many, the performance of the Russian military - and especially the Russian Air-Space Force (VKS) - in this war was a clear demonstration of advanced technology, improved training, fearsome firepower, and great mobility.

The Men Who Killed the Luftwaffe: The US Army Air Forces Against Germany in World War II

Product code:  37166AVI2
When World War II began, the United States' air forces numbered only 45,000 men and a few thousand aircraft - hardly enough to defend the country, let alone defeat the German Luftwaffe, the world's most formidable air force. Yet by war's end, the Luftwaffe had been crushed, and the U.S. Army Air Forces had delivered the decisive blows. The Men Who Killed the Luftwaffe tells the story of the striking transformation - one of the marvels of modern warfare - that enabled the U.S. to crush the air fo...

LeGion Wallonie Vol.2

Product code:  83601MIL
Here is an unpublished work about the Wallonie Legion and its members engaged on the Eastern Front in the uniform of the Heer from 1941 to 1945. Here the reader will dive into the archives and documents still mostly unpublished to this date, including previously unedited stories and also tales of the legionnaires. It offers biographies of most of the officers. One will also find rare and previously unseen archives of newspapers and propaganda for the Wallonie Legion, shedding light on its develo...

Uncovering the McDonnell Douglas F-15 A/B msip Eagle

Product code:  89039AVI
Lavishly illustrated colour photo album containing a plethora of internal and external close-up shots and in air views, many accompanied by photo captions

Warplane Plus No.01 A-17 The Complete History of the Northrop Attack Planes and its Export Derivatives

Product code:  62710AVI
The Northrop A-17, was a development of the Northrop Gamma 2F was a two-seat, single-engine, monoplane, attack bomber built in 1935 by the Northrop Corporation for the U.S. Army Air Corps. A-17s used by air forces of the British Commonwealth designated the aircraft as the “Nomad.” Although none of the US operated aircraft were involved in combat, a large number of machines served in a vital role as trainer for commonwealth pilots during World War Two. The export variant Douglas 8A did fire its g...

DAK German AFV in North Africa

Product code:  06769MOD
he extreme wear DAK vehicles experienced in the desert transform these models into an object of desire for many modellers. The Deutsches Afrika Korps operated for two years reaping great military successes, and also defeats, commanded General Erwin Rommel. With this publication, you can enjoy the work of some of the worlds best modellers and learn their tricks and secrets to bringing these miniature masterpieces to life. Comprehensive step-by-step processes and high-quality photographs throughout.