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1914 1938 Armored Fighting Vehicles

Author: George Bradford
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811705684
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This volume of scale drawings of military vehicles covers the Cold War, from the end of World War II through 1990. Included here are the armored fighting vehicles that fought in Korea and Vietnam, in the Arab-Israeli wars, and in other conflicts around the globe, as well as those that never saw combat. Vehicles include: Centurion main battle tank (Britain) Leopard 2 main battle tank (Germany) Magach 6 tank (Israel) T-55 main battle tank (Soviet Union) M47 Patton medium tank (United States) And dozens more.

German Late War Armored Fighting Vehicles

Author: George Bradford
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811750523
Size: 27.51 MB
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Filled with fine-scale drawings of Germany's late war armored vehicles including: • Pz. Kpfw. V Panther Tank • Pz. Kpfw. VI Tiger I and II • Pz. Jager Elephant Tank Destroyer • Sd.Kfz. 234/2 "Puma" Armored Car • Jagdtiger with Henschel suspension • And dozens more . . .

Russian Armored Fighting Vehicles

Author: George Bradford
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811743640
Size: 38.55 MB
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Filled with fine-scale drawings of Russian armored fighting vehicles including: • T-34 Model 1940 • BA-64B Model 1943 Light Armored Car • BT-7 (Model 1937 Fast Tank) • SU-76i (on Pz.III chassis) • KV-8 flamethrower • ZIS-42 Halftrack • and dozens more . . .

British Armored Fighting Vehicles

Author: George Bradford
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811746429
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Filled with fine-scale drawings of British armored vehicles, including: • Stuart I Light Tank • Crusader III • Tank • Humber Scout Car • Valentine Bridgelayer • Cromwell IV Tank Daimler Armored Car • And dozens more . . .

Cold War Armored Fighting Vehicles

Author: George Bradford
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811706788
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Technical artist and military historian George Bradford covers the Cold War, from the end of World War II through 1990.

Other Axis Allied Armored Fighting Vehicles

Author: George Bradford
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811746755
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Filled with fine-scale drawings of Australian, Belgian, Canadian, Czech, French, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Romanian, and South African armored vehicles, including: • Centauro Tank Destroyer (Italy) • TKS Light Reconnaissance Tank (Poland) • Ram "Kangaroo" Personnel Carrier (Canada) • Renault R-35 Light Tank (France) • Type 3 Chi-nu Heavy Tank (Japan) • Scorpion AC1 Cruiser Tank (Australia) • TACAM R-2 Tank Hunter (Romania) • And many, many more . . .

German Early War Armored Fighting Vehicles

Author: George Bradford
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811742970
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Technical artist and military historian George Bradford has been producing detailed drawings of armored fighting vehicles for over thirty years. Based on meticulous research of actual vehicles, official photographs, factory specifications, and, in some cases, the original design plans, each drawing is rendered with great precision--and in exact scale--offering military enthusiasts and modelers an essential reference on these steel chariots of war. Filled with fine-scale drawings of German AFVs covering the time period of the Blitzkrieg across Europe through the greatest tank battle in history, Kursk. Multiple angles provide a level of detail for the enthusiast and modeler. • 8-Rad SdKfz.231 Armored Car • PzKpfw.I Tank (SdKfz. 101) • PzKpfw.II Tank (SdKfz. 121) • PzKpfw.35(t) Tank • PzKpfw.III Tank (SdKfz. 141) • SdKfz.250 Armored Halftrack • And dozens more . . .

Encyclop Die Blind S Arm E Fran Aise 1914 40

Author: Francois Vauvillier
Publisher: Histoire Et Collections
ISBN: 9782352503224
Size: 26.41 MB
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France, alongside Britain, represents the birthplace of a new weapon that will revolutionize the art of war: the armored tank. And even before the appearance of this new piece of armament, it was in France around the turn of the twentieth century that we see the appearance of the first armored and combat vehicles. In encyclopedic form, without forgetting any of the principal one hundred autos (tanks and armored cars) and their 200 variants and derivatives (troop transport, bridge layers, anti-mine tanks, etc..), This book offers a panorama absolutely full of all the vehicles that have succeeded or surrounded the Great War until the beginning of World War II. A detailed though concise text concise, this work offers precise tables presenting all the specifications of the primary vehicles. With abundant illustrations (rare period photographs, sumptuous color profiles) this book an essential reference for both specialists and amateurs. REVIEWS ... a good reference book in encyclopedia style and functions as an entertaining look into the history of French tanks 1900 to 1940 with great profiles and some pictures I have never seen before as well as time tables showing the development along with an introduction for each section...Top notch presentation Armorama Personally, just the book I dreamed of to have for a one-stop reference for French armored vehicles from both WW1 and early in WWII. This is definitely on my 'Highly Recommended' list for any armor enthusiast to keep on your reference bookcase. Military Modeling This magnificent book is a sumptuous collection of photographs and artwork of all the armored vehicles made in France from the beginning of the Great War to the disastrous days of 1940. The pages are informative and attractive and I am not phased by knowing the allure of tank porn is in full effect here. I have long made plain my love for books like this and while the illustrations and photographs help it along we have to give Roger Branfill-Cook praise for his translation skills because it would all come to nothing if the thing read badly and, happily, it doesn't...I am not sure I am allowed to put a book from last summer into my 'best of' pile for 2015, but as it's my train set I may well do so. I love this book from first to last and while others I reviewed have found their way into the libraries of my mates, this one is going nowhere. Sorry lads. War History Online

American Armored Fighting Vehicles

Author: George Bradford
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811744620
Size: 36.71 MB
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Technical artist and military historian George Bradford has been producing detailed drawings of armored fighting vehicles for over thirty years. Based on meticulous research of actual vehicles, official photographs, factory specifications, and, in some cases, the original design plans, each drawing is rendered with great precision--and in exact scale--offering military enthusiasts and modelers an essential reference on these steel chariots of war. Filled with fine-scale drawings of America's tanks and other armored vehicles during the entire course of World War II. • M2 Halftrack • M3 Lee/Grant Tank • M3A3 Stuart Tank • M4 Sherman Tank • Staghound Armored Car • LVT Amphibious Tank • And dozens more . . .

Rommel S Afrika Korps

Author: George Bradford
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 1461751578
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Portrait of this famous World War II unit at the height of its success Completely illustrated with photos, maps, and diagrams--in color where available In the sands of the Western Desert in 1941-42, Erwin Rommel made history as the Desert Fox, waging a brilliant and bold campaign against the British. Beginning at El Agheila in March 1941, the Afrika Korps--frequently outnumbered--drove the British steadily east across Libya and into Egypt. The German offensive eventually ground to a halt in a series of battles at El Alamein. In impressive detail, George Bradford depicts what it was like to serve and fight in the Afrika Korps, from its tanks and equipment to its battles and daily life.