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Warpaint - Colours and Markings of British Army Vehicles 1903-2003 - Volume 2
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Warpaint - Colours and Markings of British Army Vehicles 1903-2003 - Volume 2

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Republished in conjunction with The Tank Museum. By Dick Taylor The second book in a series of four volumes devoted to the colours and markings applied during the 20th century to vehicles in the British Army, from motorcycles to tanks.

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Republished in conjunction with The Tank Museum.

By Dick Taylor

The second book in a series of four volumes devoted to the colours and markings applied during the 20th century to vehicles in the British Army, from motorcycles to tanks. This volume describes Paint and Camouflage 1939-1945 and Sub-Unit Markings and Call Sign Systems up to 2003. A detailed and authoritative work, this is essential reading for military enthusiasts and modellers. Containing photographs from the Tank Museum archives, it also includes original artwork showing camouflage schemes and markings.

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B.I.
Great book

A must-have for anyone with an interest in British armour in WWII. Glad it is back in print.

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c.q.
splendid addition

a really splendid to my collection of books on miltary vehicles,as a modeller it is an invaluable resource for information on the colours,tactical markng and call signs used on Brtish Army vehicles,im realy looking forward to getting the next one in the series.

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G.B.
Excellent book so glad back in reprint

Vital book for restorer and modeller alike

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G.W.C.
Great book

Very informative, well worth getting if your interest is ww2 vehicles

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e.
Excellent title

Lots of fascinating detail here in a very well researched text. As so often with WW2 matters British, the answers to many questions are nuanced and require the expertise of someone like Dick Taylor working with primary sources. Very much looking forward to the reprint of Vol III, which I presume will have the whole mysterious business of Arm of Service and other tactical signs. I hope the museum offers all 4 volumes at a discounted batch buy

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