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The first appearance of the Sherman tank in battle was at the Battle of Alamein in North Africa. The colours and markings applied to these vehicles by the British Army is described and illustrated in detail in this new book, covering all the regiments whi
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The British AFV Crewman in WW2 Vol. 1
This book, Volume 1 in a series of two, completes the story of the uniforms and equipment of British tank and AFV crews.
The Story of 7 SS-Freiwilligen Gebirgs Division
The evolution of uniforms, and the variations in actual use on all fronts, are described and illustrated, as is the personal equipment of AFV crews.
This book describes the colours and markings applied to the T-34-85 in service with all major users, including unit and tactical markings, individual names and insignia, and air recognition features.
n illustrated technical study of the different artillery pieces used by the Italian Army during World War Two. It includes modern (i.e. 1930s) and older World War One guns of Italian origin, German and war booty guns, self-propelled guns and tractors.
his book explores the fascinating history of tank, anti-tank and self-propelled artillery ammunition used by the British and Americans in World War 2. As well as examining the major ammunition types in detail.
This book provides a detailed account of specialised light gun trucks produced by Italian industry in response to a specific request of the Regio Esercito between mid-1942 and mid-1943, known as the AS42 and the AS43.
In the summer of 1942, German forces resumed their attack on the Eastern Front, this time concentrating exclusively on the southern sector, with the objective of conquering Stalingrad and the Caucasus.