A complete guide to the
Luftwaffe's famous dive bomber. The Stuka is a very popular
modelling subject and this book unpicks many of its the
bewildering choices of variants and schemes. It is packed
with vital information that no active modeller and Stuka
enthusiast should be without, and includes 30+ pages of
walk-around images and technical diagrams,10+ pages of
camouflage and markings, 25+ pages of model builds and
modelling information, Colour side views and four-views by
Richard J. Caruana, 3D isometric views of all variants by
Juraj Jankovic, plus Specially commissioned full kit builds
by Libor Jekl and Steve A. Evans
New in card cover - A4 format, 240pp,
200+ b/w & colour photos, colour profiles, 1:48 scale plans
of the Israeli Army in colour and scale. An exciting new
series of modelling books for the military modeller and
enthusiast. Each book concentrates on a particular subject,
and contain some 22 builds, including ‘how-to’ guides,
showcase features, and also include tips and techniques.
They cover a variety of models in popular scales, with full
kit builds, conversion projects and painting guides.
Produced in full colour with concise text and clear
photography with informative captions, these books will be
one of the must have additions to any modeller’s armoury!
New in card
cover - A4 format, 80pp, c300 colour illustrations
Hitler's Atlantic Wall, the complex system of coastal
fortifications that stretched from Norway to the Spanish border
during the Second World War, was built to defend occupied Europe
from Allied invasion. Many of its principal structures survive
and this book is an authoritative guide to them. The wall also
included the concrete U-boat and E-boat pens in the key ports,
and the Channel coast V-weapon sites. Co-authored by A.
Jankovic-Potocnik and Vladamir Tonic, this book will be
essential reading and reference for any one who is interested in
the history of fortifications and the liberation of occupied
New in d/w - 368pp,
c300 b/w photos, plans & illustrations
In December 1944 the Allies were
poised to smash the Siegfried Line and break into Germany.
Arnhem aside, there had been a long run of victories and
there was no intelligence to suggest a German
counter-offensive, so the major attack through the
mountainous Ardennes by massed Panzers and infantry took the
Allies totally by surprise. Fog and low cloud negated the
Allies' air supremacy, English-speaking German commandos in
captured jeeps created panic and withdrawal of U.S. forces
became a near rout. For ten days the situation worsened,
Antwerp was seriously threatened and 21st Army Group in
danger of being cut off. Clear skies for Allied air power
and counter-attacks by rapidly deployed reinforcements
turned the tide in the nick of time. All this is graphically
narrated in this fine study of a pivotal battle, that so
nearly changed the course of war.
This copy is
signed by the author.
New in d/w -
360pp, 13 maps, 52 b/w photos/illustrations
ARMOR COLOR GALLERY
7:CAMOUFLAGE & MARKINGS
OF THE STUARTS IN NEW ZEALAND SERVICE
by Jeffrey Plowman
An authoritative guide to the New Zealand Stuart tanks'
camouflage and markings during training in New Zealand, combat
operations in Mid East and Italy, and in post-war use up to
1955. Illustrated with many rare and previously unpublished
photos with very detailed captions. Includes: Stuart I, Stuart I
Hybrid, Stuart III, Stuart V Recce, Stuart APC.
New in card cover -
A4 format, 48pp, 83 b&w photos, 17 full-colour plates