Hard cover. 250 pages, more than 400 large photographs, 23 maps, 11 colour profiles, as well as vehicle markings and reproductions of original documentsIn 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.Daniele Guglielmi and Mario Pieri, authors of the book "Panzer DNA" published by AMMO by Mig Jiménez, present the ITALIENFELDZUG series: an exhaustive study of the ground operations and the most important vehicles fielded by the German army in the Italian campaign. The authors use a wide range of sources including photos from official German and Allied countries´ archives. Detailed information is provided for each photograph based on the extensive research of the subject by the authors.This book offers a new perspective to both military modellers and historians interested in WWII German Armed Forces and the campaigns in Italy. It is particularly valuable for researchers interested in armoured vehicle operations of the second world war.This first volume of the ITALIENFELDZUG collection provides in depth analyses of the Tiger tank, Elefant and Hetzer tank destroyers, Wespe self-propelled guns, and remote-controlled demolition vehicles. This 250-page reference contains more than 400 large photographs, 23 maps, 11 colour profiles, as well as vehicle markings and reproductions of original documents.
Volume 2 of 2 volumes on the M2A3 Bradley. Volume 2 covers Bradleys in the Continental United States (CONUS), on maneuvers in Europe, and in Korea. Includes an extensive walkaround of both the exterior and interior, coverage of the B-FIST, color profiles, and more than 144 pages of photographs
136 pages. profiles of 100 aircraft used in the period 1939-1945 & more than 240 drawings, including a wide range of views and details. This profile book of the Fw 190 and Ta 152 shows the evolution of the most prevalent, complete, and prolific German fighter of the Second World War. This book includes an extensive tour through the history of this airplane with a hundred different models ranging from the first prototypes to V-engine or D-series fighters, including all of the A series (from A-0 to A-9), the short and long range fighter-bombers, the F and G series, and even the curious training machines of the S series, the Dora and the Ta 152 high-altitude fighter.
Hard cover, 248 pages with 600 high-quality full colour photographs and 18 profile colors
Daniele Guglielmi and Mario Pieri, authors of the book Panzer DNA published by AMMO by Mig Jiménez, present the second volume of the Italienfeldzug series: an exhaustive study of the ground operations and the most important vehicles fielded by the German army (Heer) in the Italian campaign, between 1943 and 1945, from the Allied invasion of Sicily to the capitulation of the Third Reich. The authors describe the German Army vehicles in detail, making extensive use of significant and in some cases unpublished photographs from a wide range of sources, including photos from official German and Allied archives to include armoured and transport vehicles, weapons and other equipment used by the Germans in this theatre of war.
This book series offers a new perspective to both military modellers and historians interested in WWII German Armed Forces and the campaigns in Italy. It is particularly valuable for researchers interested in armoured vehicle operations of the Second World War.
This second volume of the Italienfeldzug collection provides in depth analyses of the Panther tank, the Marder II and III self-propelled anti-tank guns, the Grille self-propelled howitzer, various models of field artillery, heavy artillery, and towed anti-tank guns. This 250-page reference contains 16 colour profiles, more than 600 large photographs and captions with detailed information, maps, as well as vehicle markings and reproductions of original documents.
Steel Series volume 4 is a monographic book dedicated to the Panzer I and Panzer II tanks. A reference book specially designed for modellers that will allow you to clearly see all the distinctive details of the main versions of these iconic tanks. Includes an introduction with the history of each vehicle, including its development and the different versions used throughout its operational history. All of this accompanied by high quality full colour photographs.
74 pages, more than 190 high quality images, including close-ups of all the details of these vehicles.
Volume 1 of 2 volumes on the M2A3 Bradley. Volume 1 covers Bradleys in Europe, in green and camouflage, at Grafenwoehr and on maneuvers in various countries in Europe. Includes a walkaround, color profiles, and more than 133 pages of photographs
A brief history and photographic panorama of the United States Army's, latest version of its venerable main battle tank. It includes more than 140 pages and nearly 300 full colour photographs as well as 2 pages of line drawings.Author(s):Publisher: Sabot PublicationsPages: more than 140Language: EnglishEdition: 2nd revised and enlarged edition 2017!!Year of publication: 2016Dimensions: 28 x 21,5 cmBinding: SoftcoverWeight: 0.40 kg
Soft cover, more than 128 pages, color profiles and several hundred photographs.English Language The M60A3 is a new joint AMMO and SABOT Publications book A photo-reference journal of the United States Army’s Cold War era Main Battle Tank. With more than 15,000 built over ts service life, and modernized in various ways, it was still in service in the U.S. up until 1997 and is still in frontline service with many armies in the world today. This long service life is a testimony to the soundness of the M60’s original design. Although considered by some to be initially a first generation main battle tank, the M60A3 was modernized and improved to become a fully second generation MBT, on par with its European counterparts of the seventies and eighties, such as the British Chieftain, German Leopard and French AMX-30. Now it is retired from U.S. service, but some specialized variants are still active.