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22nd September, 2018


 

PRINZ EUGEN: THE STORY OF 7 FREIWILLIGEN GEBIRGS DIVISION 1942-1945

by Bohumir Kudlicka & Rados Szewczyk 

The 7th SS Volunteer Mountain Division Prinz Eugen was an infantry division of the Waffen-SS, the armed wing of the German Nazi Party. Formed in 1941 from Volksdeutsche (ethnic German) volunteers and conscripts from the Independent State of Croatia, Hungary and Romania, it fought a counter-insurgency campaign against communist-led Yugoslav Partisans in Serbia, Croatia and Montenegro. It was given its title after Prince Eugene of Savoy, an outstanding military leader of the Habsburg Empire who liberated the Banat and Belgrade from the Ottoman Empire in the Austro-Turkish War, 1716–1718. This lavishly illustrated book tells the story of the unit and its operations. Many previously unpublished photos are included, plus maps of the operational areas.

New in illustrated boards - Large format, 208pp, numerous b/w & colour illustrations, & maps

MMP Books, 2014
ISBN 9788363678180

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Web No:
37817-01

£29.99

 


AFV PHOTO ALBUM VOL. 3

by Marek Solar & Petr Dolzel 



In this third AFV Photo Album book, the authors focus on Panther tanks in Czechoslovakia. A considerable number of these legendary tanks were photographed during the last months of the war and after the cessation of hostilities. Marek Solar and Petr Dolezal have meticulously documented and identified the various versions, assembly plants and the combat units in which they eventually served. Detailed captions accompany the photos, many of them previously unpublished, and several of which are also recreated as colour profiles, acting as an excellent source of guidance and inspiration for modellers. English/Czech text.

New in illustrated boards - Large format, 176pp, 15 colour plates, c350 b/w photos

Canfora Publishing, Sweden, 2017
ISBN 9789198232578

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Web No:
37818-01

£29.99


PANTHER: PANTHER AND JAGDPANTHER UNITS PART 3

by Dennis Oliver & Stephen Andrew 

The Eastern Front, from Operation Bagration to Berlin. By the winter of 1945, the Soviet offensives, which had been launched during the previous summer, forced German defenders back to the borders of East Prussia and past Budapest. In this book, the third and last in the Panther series, the authors examine the Panther battalions of the Waffen-SS, the independent Panzer brigades, the Luftwaffe’s Hermann Goring Panzer regiment and the named tank units of the German Army. With 13 pages of painstakingly researched colour illustrations, black and white photos, orders of battle and organisational charts, these books provide a superb reference for the military enthusiast and modeller.

New in card cover - A4 format, 34pp, 13 colour plates, numerous b/w photos & illustrations

Bookworld, 2018
ISBN 9781912649006

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Web No:
37819-01

£14.99


OSPREY VANGUARD 33: GERMAN LIGHT PANZERS 1932-42

by Bryan Perrett 

 

The effectiveness of the early light panzers was only proven because Hitler's Panzerwaffe (despite their technical excellence) was poorly equipped. The critically short supply of the Panzerkampfwagen III and IV placed an ever-increasing onus on the light tanks that filled the Panzerwaffe's ranks during the early years of WWII. In this book, Bryan Perrett examines the evolution of the PzKpfw I and II. This is the original Osprey Vanguard edition which has been re-issued in 1998 as New Vanguard 26. Colour illustrations are by Terry Hadler.

Very good in card cover -  A4 format, 40pp, 8 plates with 27 colour illustrations, 38 b/w photos

Osprey, 1983
ISBN 0850454832

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Web No:
18455-01

£6.00



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NARRATIVE OF THE CAMPAIGN OF THE ARMY OF THE INDUS,IN SIND & KAUBOOL IN 1883-9. TWO VOLUMES

by Richard Hartley Kennedy


Web No.
27579-01

470.00

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