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Product code:  03557MIL
FRENCH LANGUAGE TITLE. n 1942, the commissioning by the Germans of the Panzer VI Ausf. ETiger brutally obsoletes the KV heavy tanks, which were totally outdated in terms of firepower. The Soviets then began an arms race which gave birth to the famous IS-2 equipped with a 122 mm gun and a range of powerful self-propelled guns. But if this machine is the most famous representative of the "Stalin" family, it is far from being the last since at the very end of the conflict the IS-3 and IS-4 will be ...

Battlegroup! - The Lessons of the Unfought Battles of the Cold War

Product code:  59964MIL
What can we learn from the unfought battles of the Cold War? Could any supposed British superiority at the unit level, or superior American equipment and technology, have as much effect on a possible Warsaw Pact attack as the Bundeswehr's apparent mastery of formation tactics? The Cold War dominated the global events for over 40 years. Much of the world genuinely believed that a nuclear war might break out at any moment. Millions of men were involved. National budgets strained to equip and sust...

Tankograd 1012 Spezialfahrzeuge – German Specialised Motor Vehicles

Product code:  01012MIL
The backbone of motor vehicles in the Imperial German Army comprised cargo trucks, staff cars and motorcycles. Yet with many new military tasks arising on the German side in World War One, the demand for motor vehicles in specialised roles grew exponentially. This publication extends the previous books in this series by describing, for the first time ever, specialised German Army vehicles ranging from the technically interesting and fascinating, to the weird and wonderful, and to sometimes even ...

Tankograd 3046 Reforger 75 Certain Trek - The US Army Training on NATO's Eastern Frontline

Product code:  03046MIL
Exercise Certain Trek was the FTX part of REFORGER 75 and involved nine combined-arms brigades (including one each from Canada and Germany) and three field artillery groups for a total of 57,000 troops belonging to the USA, Germany, Canada, France and the UK; equipped with 500 M60A1, M 48 A2 C and Centurion main battle tanks, 900 armoured personnel carriers and infantry fighting vehicles, another 200 armoured vehicles and 250 helicopters.

Tankograd 5092 Leopard 2A7V - The New German Leopard

Product code:  05092MIL
The new German Leopard 2A7V – The World’s Best Main Battle Tank On 05 May 2017, the Bundeswehr and Krauss-Maffei Wegmann (KMW) signed a contract for the combat capability upgrade of 20 in-service Leopard 2A7s to the 2A7V design standard, as well as the production and delivery of 84 additional Leopard 2A7V tanks between 2020 and 2023. As was the case with the 2A7, the comprehensive modifications to the 2A7V – which primarily affect the areas of protection, mobility, controllability, endurance an...

WWP G068 Buffalo MPCV 2nd Extended Issue

Product code:  09890MIL
Contains a plethora of colour photos. Content covers history, walkaround, interior-detail, engine detail and chassis detail.


Product code:  55927MIL
The Tank Museum has faithfully and meticulously translated the wartime Panther tank handbook. Based on the original document housed in their archive, this self-published title features English text carefully set over the German, retaining the rhyming verses and intended wit of the authors. It includes inserts from the original book and a new foreword by Curator David Willey. The book is close to the original size 12.5cm x17.8cm – ideal for tankers pockets and on identical paper for an authentic ...

Mechanised Force

Product code:  55965MIL
When the first lumbering landships emerged onto the Somme battlefield in 1916, few could have foreseen the technical advances that would be made before the First World War came to an end. But this was only the start of their story; a story that led to their dominance as a land weapon in the Second World War. Covering the period between the Armistice and the eve of the Second World War, Mechanised Force chronicles the development of a wide range of combat vehicles, including many ingenious but bi...

Landships and War Cars

Product code:  55996MIL
First published in 1984 and 1987 as companion volumes, David Fletcher’s Landships and War Cars have since become military classics, telling the stories of the birth and the coming of age of the tank and the armoured car in the First World War. They are republished here by The Tank Museum in this fully redesigned combined volume for a new audience of armour historians and enthusiasts. In Landships, David Fletcher relates how the tank was conceived as an answer to a specific problem, the mass slau...

The Great Tank Scandal

Product code:  55934MIL
British ingenuity lay behind the invention of the tank and its initial use in action in the First World War, but this impressive lead was then lost in a mere 20 years. With the outbreak of the Second World War, German tanks quickly earned themselves an awesome reputation. By and large, this infamy was well deserved, but it gained even more credibility from the fact that many Allied tanks, especially those built in Britain, were markedly inferior – to the point of some designs being declared un-b...

The Universal Tank

Product code:  55941MIL
David Fletcher continues his narrative from where The Great Tank Scandal left off with the debacle on the beaches of Dieppe in August 1942, taking forward to 1945 the story of British and Commonwealth armoured fighting vehicle development. For much of the war, the flawed system of British tank design and production had resulted in second-rate tanks that were mechanically unreliable, under-gunned and lacking sufficient amour. When General Montgomery took command of the Eighth Army in 1942 the ide...

Tiger! The Tiger Tank: A British View

Product code:  55989MIL
Of all the tanks that fought during World War 2, the best remembered is the German Tiger. The pride of the Panzer forces, the scourge of the Allies, it was already a legend before the British Army met it in action, and that reputation has survived until the present day. Naturally, it fascinated British Military Intelligence who were anxious to learn all they could about it and to capture one if possible. This book explains how that was done. Based almost entirely on original intelligence reports...