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Delivery & Returns
Delivery & Returns
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By Carlos de Diego Vaquerizo
German Tanks in WW1 1917-1918. This hardback book is lavishly illustrated with rare archive photos, numerous colour profiles and scale drawings in 1:35 and 1:87 scale.
Although the German Army used only a handful of tanks during the Word War I, they still get a lot of interest from modellers and historians. This publication gives an insight into the tank service in the Germany Army in 1917-1918, and provides a detailed look at the history and painting schemes of the only combat-used tank that had been manufactured in Germany during World War I, the A7V. A number of captured tanks that had been used by the Germans, are also covered.
Excellent pictorial study of German AFVs in WW1 bought for modelling purposes. Interesting photos and four view plans and a good number of colour schemes (in full colour), didn't realise there were that number of variations. I assume the original publication was in Spanish and this sometimes shows in the text although there's no real problem understanding it. Recommended for anyone with an interest in, especially, the A7V.