Sturmgeschütz: Germany’s WWII Assault Gun StuG, Vol.2: The Late War Versions Legends of Warfare: Ground

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Schiffer Military History #ad - A concise, easy to read text, and detailed photo captions expose the secrets of this iconic vehicle. The material is arranged in four chapters, each focusing on a specific production model, or Ausführung, of the Sturmgeschütz. This volume focuses on the most plentiful model, the later war Ausf. G, as well as the sturmgeschütz IV, and the similar, howitzer-armed Sturmhaubitze.

Part of the Legends of Warfare series. The sturmgeschütz, while conceived as self-propelled, or StuG as it is more popularly known, in time, infantry support artillery, formed the backbone of Germany's anti-tank operations during WWII. Comprehensive tables reveal the details of performance, as well as technical specifications of each variant.

Sturmgeschütz: Germany's WWII Assault Gun StuG, Vol.2: The Late War Versions Legends of Warfare: Ground #ad - With more than 130 war-era photos, development, this volume chronicles the design, and deployment of the final three of nine variants of this famed and feared weapon.

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Sturmgeschütz: Germany's WWII Assault Gun StuG, Vol.1: The Early War Versions Legends of Warfare: Ground

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Schiffer Military History #ad - A concise, easy-to-read text, and detailed photo captions expose the secrets of this iconic vehicle. Comprehensive tables reveal the details of performance, as well as technical specifications of each variant. The material is arranged in seven chapters, each focusing on a specific production model, or Ausführung, of the Sturmgeschütz.

The sturmgeschütz, infantry support artillery, in time, or StuG, as it is more popularly known, while conceived as self-propelled, formed the backbone of Germany's anti-tank operations during WWII. Part of the Legends of Warfare series. With more than 135 war-era photos, this volume chronicles the design, development, and deployment of the first six of nine variants of this famed and feared weapon.

Sturmgeschütz: Germany's WWII Assault Gun StuG, Vol.1: The Early War Versions Legends of Warfare: Ground #ad - This volume covers the Ausf. A through f/8 variants used during the early WWII years.

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Stuart Tank, Vol.1: The M3, M3A1, and M3A3 Versions in World War II Legends of Warfare: Ground

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Schiffer Military History #ad - Production of these vehicles can be broken into two categories: the early tanks powered by air-cooled radial engines, and late versions powered by twin V-8 engines. A companion volume will explore the later M5 and M5A1, and M8 Howitzer Motor Carriage versions. The stuart light tanks were the first tanks taken into combat by US troops during WWII.

Stuart Tank, Vol.1: The M3, M3A1, and M3A3 Versions in World War II Legends of Warfare: Ground #ad - . Widely used both by the us army and us marines, though lightly armed and armored, as well as many Allied nations, these tanks, were mechanically sound and did much to stem the tide of Axis aggression during the early stages of the US entry into WWII. Through dozens of archival photos, as well as detailed photographs of some of the finest existing examples of these vehicles, including previously unpublished images, this early-war combat vehicle is explored and its history is explained.

This volume explores the early, air-cooled vehicles, M3A1, the M3, and M3A3. Part of the Legends of Warfare series.

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Panzerkampfwagen IV: The Backbone of Germany's WWII Tank Forces Legends of Warfare: Ground Forces

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Schiffer Military History #ad - The panzerkampfwagen iv, or panzer iv as it is more popularly known, formed the backbone of Germany’s tank formations during WWII. Comprehensive tables reveal the details of the performance and technical specifications of each variant. With production totaling more than 8, the panzer IV was the most plentiful German tank of the war, 500, and the only German tank that remained in production for the duration of the conflict.

Through more than 180 photos, this volume chronicles the design, development, and operational deployment of this ubiquitous German tank. A concise, easy to read text, and detailed photographic captions expose the secrets of this iconic tank. This material is arranged in nine chapters, each focusing on a specific production model Ausführung of the tank.

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Sturmgeschütz III & Sturmhaubitze 42 Ostfront Warfare Series

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Panzerwrecks #ad - Vyacheslav’s debut is the sturmgeschütz III & Sturmhaubitze 42 – looking at the ‘long-gun’ Stugs; Ausf. F, f/8 & g and the howitzer armed Sturmhaubitze 42. 100+ large-format photographs, 6 color artworks and various unit insignias. Felipe rodna provides the artwork as diptychs – in the house style.

As you would expect from panzerwrecks, each book has high production values, with large format photographs selected for the interest and rarity printed on high-quality gloss art paper. The first book in an exciting new series from Panzerwrecks; the Ostfront Warfare Series by Vyacheslav Kozitsyn, who examines the German armored vehicles and campaigns on the Eastern Front.

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Panzerartillerie: Firepower for the Panzer Divisions

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Osprey Publishing #ad - The allies had no answer or equivalent to them until the US entry into the war. Drawing on original material from german archives and private collections, German armor expert Thomas Anderson explores the formation and development of this force from its early days in the 1930s, including some images that have never been published before, through the glory days of Blitzkrieg warfare to its eventual decline in the face of the challenges of the Eastern Front.

Panzerartillerie: Firepower for the Panzer Divisions #ad - . Warfare in the age of blitzkrieg required fast-moving, mobile artillery that could support forward units at the front line, and the Panzerartillerie provided that for the Wehrmacht. The german panzerartillerie was one of the key components of the Panzer divisions that were the spearhead of the German forces in the years when they overran most of Western Europe and reached as far as the gates of Moscow in the East.

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Sherman Tank Vol. 1: America's M4A1 Medium Tank in World War II Legends of Warfare: Ground

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Schiffer Military History #ad - Powered by a nine-cylinder, across northwestern europe, the m4a1 fought in North Africa with both US and British forces, and on Pacific Islands with both the Army and the Marines, air-cooled radial engine, serving well into the 1950s. Extensive archival photographs are augmented by stunning color images of preserved tanks, taking the reader around and inside this famed warhorse.

Part of the Legends of Warfare series. This book documents the development and production of the M4A1 through its many variations, as well as its combat use around the globe. The evolving design went through three major hull designs, multiple turret designs, and armament with either a 75 mm or 76 mm gun―all of which are detailed in this book.

Sherman Tank Vol. 1: America's M4A1 Medium Tank in World War II Legends of Warfare: Ground #ad - Produced by lima locomotive works, pressed steel car Company, and Pacific Car and Foundry, the M4A1 was the first of the famed Sherman tanks and preceded the welded-hull M4 into production.

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M3A1 Scout Car: The US Cavalry's Primary Reconnaissance Vehicle in World War II Legends of Warfare: Ground

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Schiffer Military History #ad - The m3a1 scout car, produced by white motor company of cleveland, Ohio, served as the US Cavalry's primary scouting and reconnaissance vehicle during the early days of the US entry into WWII. Through dozens of archival photos, as well as details of some of the finest existing examples, including previously unpublished images, this iconic vehicle is explored and its history is explained.

M3A1 Scout Car: The US Cavalry's Primary Reconnaissance Vehicle in World War II Legends of Warfare: Ground #ad - A powerful hercules engine, four-wheel drive, and relatively light weight gave the vehicle both impressive on-road speed and reasonable off-road maneuverability. Part of the Legends of Warfare series. Typically armed with a trio of heavy and light machine guns, the vehicle was not intended to "slug it out" with the enemy, through its impressive array of radio equipment, but rather to locate the enemy and, report the positions to more heavily armed forces.

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B26 Marauder: Martin's Medium Bomber in World War II Legends of Warfare: Aviation

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Schiffer Military History #ad - Even today the martin B-26 Marauder continues to look sleek and streamlined. The story of this historic medium bomber is told through carefully researched archival photos, illuminated through detailed captions, thereby illustrating not only the use of the Marauder, as well as photographs of preserved examples, but also the details of its construction.

Part of the Legends of Warfare series. Although receiving less wartime publicity than america’s other medium of WWII, the B-25, in the European theater the B-26 delivered twice the tonnage of bombs and had a lower loss rate. This volume explores the history of this oft-overlooked but widely used aircraft.

B26 Marauder: Martin's Medium Bomber in World War II Legends of Warfare: Aviation #ad - . Large, clear photos, coupled with descriptive and informative captions, put the reader on the airfield and in the sky with this historic aircraft.

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Stug III and Stug IV: German Army and Waffen-SS Western Front, 1944-1945 TankCraft

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Pen and Sword Military #ad - As the wehrmacht’s tank forces declined, these armored vehicles were thrown into every defensive operation. They are not as well known as the Tigers and Panthers, but German resistance would have been much weaker without them. A key section of his book displays available model kits and aftermarket products, complemented by a gallery of beautifully constructed and painted models in various scales.

Stug III and Stug IV: German Army and Waffen-SS Western Front, 1944-1945 TankCraft #ad - Technical details as well as modifications introduced during production and in the field are also examined providing everything the modeler needs to recreate an accurate representation of these historic armored vehicles. They were also among the most frequently encountered german armored vehicles on the battlefields, which is why they are such a fascinating subject for Dennis Oliver in this volume in the TankCraft seriesHe uses archive photos and extensively researched color illustrations to examine the StuG III and StuG IV deployed by the German army and the Waffen-SS during these doomed campaigns.

In the last years of the second world war the sturmgeschütz iii stug III and Sturmgeschütz IV StuG IV played a vital role as assault guns during the German army’s struggle to block the Allied advance on the Western Front.

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Jagdpanther Tank Destroyer: German Army and Waffen-SS, Western Europe 1944-1945 TankCraft

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Pen and Sword Military #ad - Combining the destructive firepower of the 88mm gun with the outstanding mobility of the Panther series, the Jagdpanther is quite probably the best-known tank destroyer of the Second World War. Technical details as well as modifications introduced during production and in the field are also explained giving the modeler all the information and knowledge required.

As with all the books in the tankcraft series, a large part of this work showcases available model kits and after market products, complemented by a gallery of expertly constructed and painted models. In the vehicle's first action on 30 july 1944, three jagdpanthers managed to destroy eleven British tanks in a vicious two minute fire fight near the village of Les Loges in Normandy, cementing the Jagdpanther's reputation as a potent tank killer.

Jagdpanther Tank Destroyer: German Army and Waffen-SS, Western Europe 1944-1945 TankCraft #ad - . In his fifth book in the tankcraft series, dennis oliver uses contemporary photographs and meticulously researched, superbly presented color and monochrome illustrations to tell the story of these heavy self-propelled antitank guns and the units which operated them in the German defense of the Western Front.

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