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Photosniper 31 The 38M Toldi Light Tank

Product code:  73045MIL
A detailed photographic history of these Tank types with detailed descriptions.

Haynes Manual: British Infantryman, The British and Commonwealth Soldier 1939-45

Product code:  17203MIL
British soldiers, with their old-fashioned helmets, spring-powered PIAT anti-tank guns and veneration of heroic defeats, may have lost the propaganda war, but their record speaks for itself: they may have started badly in France in 1940 and the Far East in 1941, but they were victorious in the North African desert, in Europe and in India and Burma where the 'Forgotten Army' first held the Japanese and then inflicted at Imphal and Kohima the greatest loss to the Japanese on land. They held back t...

New Vanguard 284 Soviet Armoured Cars 1936-45

Product code:  31835MIL
The armoured car has an important place in the early history of Soviet armoured fighting vehicles AFVs they were the most important AFV during the Russian Civil War and figured prominently in the mechanization of the Red Army that began in late 1929. The 1930s saw the development and production of a wide variety of armoured cars, which were used extensively in Soviet conflicts from then on. They saw service in the Spanish Civil War, in the 1939 Manchurian conflict with Japan, and in the occupati...

Schwere Panzer: Konigstiger, Jagdtiger, Elefant

Product code:  66232MIL
Modellers will appreciate the complete coverage of the Wehrmacht heavy tanks and Panzerjager the Panzerkampfwagen Tiger II Königstiger, 71-ton Jagdtiger, and the 68-ton Jagdpanzer Tiger P Elefant in this book. It features wartime black and white photos and diagrams of every interior and exterior detail of these vehicles along with Uwe Feist detailed illustrations.

Tiger 1 Sturmtiger

Product code:  66231MIL
Tiger I and Sturmtiger, This book provides the tank enthusiast with comprehensive coverage of the most popular WWII tank in history – the Tiger I heavy tank. It also takes an in-depth look at the Sturmtiger assault gun with its massive 380-millimetre mortar. Featuring photos of every detail of these vehicles along with some colour photos and Uwe Feist illustrations, it is a must-have for German armour enthusiasts.

Panzerkampfwagen Panther

Product code:  66230MIL
Uwe Feist and Bruce Culver look at the German Panther tank in detail, in this 180-page landscape format book. Useful for modellers, it includes 360-photos, including close-ups, interior views and engine photos. Virtually every detail of this famous tank is covered. As is now standard for Feist’s books, a total of 14 colour drawings are included.

First Canadian Army: Victory in Europe 1944-45

Product code:  02717MIL
A pictorial history of the decisive role played by Canada in the final year of World War II. After Dunkirk, as the tattered remnants of Britain's best troops returned home without their heavy weapons, Canadian troops moved in to defend northwest Europe, sending in virtually all of its disposable weapon resources and 368,000 soldiers. The majority of these were to be part of the First Canadian Army, which would play a key role leading to the unconditional surrender by Nazi Germany on May 9, 1945....

The Reckoning: The Defeat of Army Group South 1944

Product code:  37912MIL
The Reckoning is vivid history, the tragic Eastern Front brought to life through the widest range of Russian and German sources. By the end of 1944 the Red Army was poised on the very frontiers of the Third Reich. How had the once unstoppable, mighty Wehrmacht faltered so disastrously. Certainly it had suffered defeats before, in particular the vast catastrophe of Stalingrad, but it was in 1944 that the war was ultimately lost. It was no longer a case of if but rather when the Red Army would ...

T-34 An Illustrated History of Stalin's Greatest Tank

Product code:  84951MIL
The T-34 was one of the most remarkable tanks of the Second World War. Although the Red Army suffered continual heavy tank losses, the rugged and reliable T-34 was an immense success story and was ultimately instrumental in turning the tide of the war. This photographic history follows the story of this exceptional armoured vehicle from its disastrous first action during Operation Barbarossa to its miraculous defence of Moscow, its envelopment of the Axis forces at Stalingrad and victory at Kurs...

Images of War: The Long Range Desert Group in Action 1940-43

Product code:  77416MIL
The Long Range Desert Group has a strong claim to the first Special Forces unit in the British Army. This superb illustrated history follows the LRDG from its July 1940 formation as the Long Range Patrol in North Africa, tasked with intelligence gathering, mapping and reconnaissance deep behind enemy lines. Manned initially by New Zealanders, in 1940 the unit became the LRDG with members drawn from British Guards and Yeomanry regiments and Rhodesians.