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UNIT HISTORIES: WAFFEN-SS, PANZER, ELITE TROOPS • RUSSIAN & BRITISH VEHICLES FROMWWI TO PRESENT
Russian T-34 Battle Tank
Horst
Scheibert. The famous and influential
Soviet T-34 battle tank in a concise
illustrated history featuring details of
all variants throughout WWII.
Size: 11”x8.5” • 70 bw photos/drawings
•48pp.
ISBN:0-88740-405-7•soft•$9.95
Stalin Organs: Russian Rocket Launchers
Michael Foedrowitz. Illustrated look at the
infamous Soviet Katyusha rocket launchers
in WWII, including details on launch vehicles,
ammunition and tactics.
Size:8.5”x11”•70bwphotos/drawings•48pp.
ISBN:0-88740-669-6•soft•$9.95
Armored Trains of the Soviet Union 1917-
45
Wilfried Kopenhagen. Rare look at Soviet
armored trains from the revolution in 1917
through WWII, including discussions of design,
construction, armament, and wartime use.
Size:8.5”x11”•70bwphotos•48pp.
ISBN:0-88740-917-2•soft•$9.95
Soviet Field Artillery in WWII: Including
Use by the German Wehrmacht
Michael
Foedrowitz. Detailed, illustrated history of WWII
Soviet light, medium, and heavy artillery, in-
cluding detaisl on ammunition, transport, and
combat use.
Size:8.5”x11”•100bwphotos•48pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0181-0•soft•$9.95
Arnhem: Defeat and Glory: A Miniaturist
Perspective
G.S.W. DeLillio. The author com-
bines the best works available into a superbly
researched and illustrated text, suffused with
a masterful articulation of the Allied tragedy
through the medium of 20mm scale miniature
portraiture. The author provides a unique foun-
dation for the generalist, serious researcher, and
wargaming enthusiast alike.
Size:8.5”x11”•110colorphotos/maps•160pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1443-2•hard•$35.00
Mr. Churchill’s Tank: The British Infantry
Tank Mark IV
David Fletcher. Explains the
systems, processes and pitfalls in depth. It also
examines the Churchill tank in action from the
beaches of Dieppe to the mountains of Tunisia;
from the Gothic Line in Italy to the Siegfried Line
in Germany and in the harsh terrain of Korea.
It is examined mark by mark, from the A20
prototype through to the heavyweight 1944
Black Prince design.
Size:8.5”x11”•250bwphotos•224pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0679-0•hard•$45.00
The Cavalry of the Wehrmacht 1941-
45
Klaus Christian Richter. This new book is
a detailed study of one of the lesser-known
aspects of the Wehrmacht in WWII. Covers
the variety of unit types, equipment, insignia,
training, and operations.
Size:7”x10”•300bwphotos•208pp.
ISBN:0-88740-814-1•hard•$29.95
Horses of the German Army in WWII
Paul
Louis Johnson. If one really means to understand
the performance and tactics of the Wehrmacht
in WWII, one must understand the horse and its
logistic requirements. This book presents one of
the most comprehensive photo collections of the
menandequipmentof thehorse-mounted troops.
Size:8.5”x11”•500color/bwphotos•352pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2421-7•hard•$59.95
Gulaschkanone: The German Field Kitchen
in WWII and Modern Reenactment
Scott
Thompson. The German army of WWII fed their
men from field kitchens like these. The cooks
risked danger and adversity to deliver hot meals
to the soldiers at the front. This book looks at the
role the field kitchen played in WWII.
Size:8.5”x11”•200color/bwphotos•144pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3767-3•hard•$49.99
German Combat Engineers in WWII
Horst Rieben-
stahl. The German engineer troops developed out of a
branch that only developed into a fighting service arm
by WWII. Thus, along with the special engineers, there
were also assault engineers, armored engineers. This
volume of photo documentation includes rare pictures
of bridgelaying tanks in action, mine operations, and
the construction of makeshift bridges.
Size:7”x10”•300bwphotos•144pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0574-3•hard•$24.95
The German Army Medical Corps in WWII
Alex
Buchner. This is the only book in English to present a
detailed look at the German medical corps in WWII.
Among the topics covered are training, structure of
the corps, equipment, transport, medical care in a
variety of combat zones, and a selection of personal
memoirs from veterans.
Size:7”x10”•200bwphotos•152pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0692-8•hard•$24.95
German Military Chaplains inWWII
Mark Hayden.
Combining a large number of period images from
private collections and photos of chaplain items in
collections around the world, Hayden examines the
moral dilemma of being a priest in Hitler’s Germany.
Size:6”x9”•170color/bwphotos•160pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2156-0•hard•$39.95
Those They Left Behind: WWII
Photographs of German Soldiers
with their Wives, Families, and
Sweethearts • Kriegsmarine •
Heer • Luftwaffe • NSDAP • SS •
Polizei • SA • HJ
Holford & Radovic.
This work includes over 200 images of
soldiers in uniform, from all the services,
with their wives, families and loved ones.
Each photograph is captioned with a full
description of what is being worn.
Size:11.5”x9”•200bwphotos•216pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3768-0•hard•$59.99•
Schiffer LTD
Parades of the Wehrmacht: Berlin 1934-
40
Horst Scheibert. Parades in Berlin during the
Third Reich era were presented during Heroes’
Memorial Days, Hitler’s Birthday and occasions
to honor foreign guests. This new photo album
shows the military parades in Berlin from the
years 1934-1940, and shows the great variety
of early uniforms, equipment and vehicles used
by the Wehrmacht at the time.
Size:7”x10”•100bwphotos•80pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0231-0•hard•$19.95
RUSSIAN & BRITISH MILITARY VEHICLES
FROM WWI TO THE PRESENT
Russian Tanks and Armored Vehicles
1917-45: An Illustrated Reference
Wolfgang
Fleischer.Describes inexcellentdetailandstriking
photos, many unpublished, the development and
amassing of Russia’s armored vehicles fromWWI
through WWII. Included in this text are those
models that did not make it to production, and
also thehistorybehindRussia’s tankdevelopment,
including the numerous foreign models that it
based its designs on.
Size:8.5”x11”•490bwphotos•176pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0913-7•hard•$39.99
Russian Tanks and Armored Vehicles 1946-
to the Present: An Illustrated Reference
FredKoch.AfterWWIIRussian tankdevelopment
continued to strive for dominance on numerous
fronts. This book accounts for all of the Russian
and USSR armored vehicles developed just prior
to the end of the Second World War to the
present. Each model’s specifications and data,
as well as developmental history, are given in
comprehensive text and numerous photos of
striking detail.
Size:8.5”x11”•500bwphotos•176pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0914-5•hard•$39.95
Stalin’s Giants: Kv-I & Kv-II
Horst
Scheibert. Concise, illustrated history
of the Soviet Union’s early-WWII heavy
tanks, including up-close details and
technical data.
Size:11”x8.5”•70bwphotos•48pp.
ISBN:0-88740-404-9•soft•$9.95
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