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        18th November, 2017


SOVIET ARMOUR IN FOREIGN WARS

 by Andy Taylor et al





A modeller's guide to Soviet Era armour from the days of the Cold War and the Warsaw Pact, in use by nations in regional in wars including Iraq, Libya, Vietnam, Afghanistan and Egypt (Yom Kippur). The the book covers construction, painting and weathering of the following :
1. Destroyed ZSU-23-4, Iraq
2. Misrata Steadfastness, T-55 Libya
3. Fall of Saigon, NVA T-54
4. Gaddafi’s Fist, Libyan T-72M1
5. Suppressive fire, NVA BTR-40A
6. Egyptian T-54, Yom Kippur War
7. Assault on Kabul, Afghan BMP-1
8. Painting figures for AFV modellers
9. Afghan Armour (reference)
10.instructions for decals and etched parts)

New in card cover - A4 format, 194pp, c800 colour photos, decal sheet &
photo etched parts

Inside the Armour, 2016
ISBN 9780993258824

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Web No. 
37639-01

£25.00




RUSSIA'S WARPLANES VOLUME 1

by Piotr Butowski 

Russian Made Military Aircraft and Helicopters Today. This is an exhaustive directory of the latest products of Russia's military aviation industry. It outlines the aircraft that currently equip the various Russian air arms, and those fielded by foreign states in the post-Soviet era. The author provides authoritative technical descriptions for each aircraft, and every significant sub-variant, currently available from Russia's aerospace industry. Each aircraft profile includes full specifications, and details of operators, upgrades, avionics and weapons.


New in card cover - A4 format, 252pp, c600 full colour photos


Harpia Publishing,
2015
  ISBN 9780985455453

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Web No:
37723-01

£34.99

 


 

OSPREY CAMPAIGN 171: RIVER PLATE 1939
                                                             THE SINKING OF THE GRAF SPEE

by Angus Konstam & Tony Bryan

Days before the outbreak of World War II, German raiders put out to sea to prey on Allied merchantmen. Amongst them was the Panzerschiff ('armoured ship') Graf Spee, a formidable warship with the firepower of a battleship but the size, speed and range of a cruiser. Under the command of Captain Hans Langsdorff, she hunted across the South Atlantic and the Indian Ocean, eventually arriving at the River Plate in search of an Allied convoy. Instead she found three Royal Navy cruisers under the command of Commodore Henry Harwood, eager to put an end to the 'pocket battleship'. Featuring full colour artwork and archive photographs, this comprehensive volume explores the thrilling story behind the Battle of the River Plate, an engagement that unquestionably demonstrated the effectiveness of British seapower.


New in card cover - A4 format, 96pp,
3 double page colour plates, 8 colour maps/charts, b/w/colour photos

Osprey, 2016
ISBN 9781472817952

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Web No
37631-01

£14. 99

 


 

THE JUNGLE SURVIVAL POCKET MANUAL

Edited by Alan Jeffreys

A facsimile copy of the small manual issued to Allied soldiers in South East Asia and the Pacific. It provides guidance on jungle survival including finding food, avoiding booby traps, treating tropical dieases, and moving through the jungle undetected, together with so-called 'Jungle Lore'.

 

New in illustrated boards - small format, 160pp, numerous b/w drawings

Casemate, 2017
ISBN 9781910860212

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Web No.
30262-01

£8.99

 

 


 The Editor's Choice:

ISRAELI SHERMANS

by Tom Gannon


Web No.
37718-01

£49.99

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