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Death Ride of the Panzers is a unique guide to the Nazi tanks, vehicles, and crews of World War II. It features never-before-seen photographs from the US National Archives and the author's personal collection, annotated artist renderings, and detailed explanations and historical context for each collection of images. Readers will also be able to trace the combat histories of these subjects through orders of battle, maps and organizational diagrams,... more...

In spite of the relatively small numbers produced, the Tiger I and Tiger II tanks are arguably the most famous armored fighting vehicles of the Second World War. This book, the first in the TankCraft series, uses archive photos and extensively researched color illustrations to examine the tanks and units of the German Army and Waffen-SS heavy panzer battalions that attempted to hold back the Red Army during 1944. A large part of the book showcases... more...

With production in excess of 55,000 the Sherman tank was eventually in service with most Allied armies of the Second World War and by the time of the Normandy landings was the mainstay of Britain's armored battalions. In his second book in the TankCraft series, Dennis Oliver uses wartime photos and extensively researched, exquisitely presented color illustrations to cover the Sherman tanks used by the units of the Royal Armoured... more...

34 pages. Illustrated with 13 pages of full colour artwork of 40 different early war vehicles including Pz I, Pz II, Pz III, Pz IV and Pz 38(t) tanks and self-propelled guns as well as the first StuGs to see action. Plus black and white archive photographs, some taken from the author's personal collection which have never before reproduced before. In addition there are campaign maps, tables of organisation, vehicle allocation charts and a breakdown of... more...

Published by ADH--this is The Tartar Road--The Wiking Division and the drive to the Caucasus 1942. Great reference for the historian and the armour modeller. Loaded with photos including numerous color armour profiles.


Jungle Armour is written by Dennis Oliver and published by The Factory Publishing. The book is an illustrated history of Sherman tanks in use in the far east under foreign armies. It comes with commentary, black and white photographs and color plates. The book is new and unread.

Focuses on German equipment during the closing battles of the Falaise Gap and last battles of Normandy. Includes 13 pages of full color artwork depicting over 40 different vehicles including armored cars, half-tracks, assault guns, Panzer IV, Panther and Tiger tanks; B/W archive photographs (many never before reproduced); campaign maps; unit histories and detailed tables showing vehicle types and allocations.



Westwall is written by Denis Oliver and published by Oliver Publishing Group. The book is an illustrated history of German units on the Western Front in 1945. It comes with commentary, black and white photographs and color plates. The book is new and unread.