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9781526749833

Hitler's Anti-Tank Weapons 1939-1945

Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives Author: Seidler, Hans Code: 59182 Price: AU $44.99 Format: Paperback / 128 pages Publisher: PEN & SWORD BOOKS LTD Published date: 15/07/2020 Availability: Future Publication. Pre-order now. Due date: July 2020
Graphic images, many never seen before, of German anti-tank weapons. Covers wide range of anti-tank (Pak) weapons and ancillary equipment.
9781526770059

Hitler's V-Weapons

An Official History of the Battle Against the V-1 and V-2 in WWII Author: An Official History Code: 59191 Price: AU $75.00 Format: Hardback / 296 pages Publisher: FRONTLINE BOOKS Published date: 20/07/2020 Availability: Future Publication. Pre-order now. Due date: July 2020
Details all the measures, both on the land and in the air, taken to defend the United Kingdom from the German long-range weapons. Includes the Crossbow' operations and the bombing of the German weapons manufacture, supply and launch sites.
9780764359408

Hummel and Nashorn/Hornisse

German Self-Propelled Artillery in World War II Author: Doyle, David Code: 58854 Price: AU $44.99 Format: Hardback / 128 pages Publisher: SCHIFFER PUBLISHING LTD Published date: 01/08/2020 Availability: Future Publication. Pre-order now. Due date: August 2020
The Hummel ("bumblebee") and Nashorn ("rhinoceros") are two of Nazi Germany's most widely recognised self-propelled artillery pieces. The Hummel, with its heavy field howitzer, was indispensable as heavy field artillery despite its open-top fighting compartment. The Nashorn, also known as the Hornisse ("hornet"), utilised the same chassis but ......
9781472837172

World War II German Super-Heavy Siege Guns

Author: Romanych, Marc Code: 58884 Price: AU $24.88 Format: Paperback / 48 pages Publisher: OSPREY Published date: 28/08/2020 Availability: Future Publication. Pre-order now. Due date: August 2020
As the outbreak of World War II approached, Nazi Germany ordered artillery manufacturers Krupp and Rheimetall-Borsig to build several super-heavy siege guns, vital to smash through French and Belgian fortresses that stood in the way of the Blitzkrieg. These 'secret weapons' were much larger than the siege artillery of World War I and included the ......
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