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T-34/76 MEDIUM TANK 1941-45 (NEW VANGUARD)

By: Zaloga, Steven

Price: ¥1,100.00

Publisher: Osprey Publishing: 1994

Seller ID: RWARE0000028419

ISBN: 1855323826

Condition: Very Good


The T-34 was the most influential tank design of World War 2. When first in troduced into combat in the summer of 1941, it represented a revolutionary leap forward in tank design. Its firepower, armour protection and mobility were superior to that of any other medium tank of the period. This superior ity did not last long. While the T-34 underwent a series of incremental imp rovements during 1943, it was being surpassed by new German tank designs, m ost notably the Panther. This title traces the life of the original T-34 th rough all its difficulties to eventual success. View more info

MODELLING THE US ARMY M4

By: Zaloga, Steven J.

Price: ¥800.00

Publisher: Bloomsbury USA: 2006

Seller ID: RWARE0000043295

ISBN: 1841769657

Condition: Very Good


The Sherman tank was the principal US and Allied tank of World War II with more Shermans manufactured than all German tanks combined. Not only were la rge numbers manufactured, but there was a very wide range of variants power ed by different types of engines, manufactured with different types of hull s, turrets and other details. As a result, a M4A1 tank from the Tunisian ca mpaign in 1942 had nothing in common with a M4A3E8 tank from the 1945 campa ign in Germany, even if they shared the same name. Consequently, the Sherma n has proven to be an enormously popular modeling subject. Due to th... View more info

MODELLING THE M3/M5 STUART LIGHT TANK

By: Zaloga, Steven J.

Price: ¥700.00

Publisher: Bloomsbury USA: 2003

Seller ID: RWARE0000043296

ISBN: 1841767638

Condition: Very Good


The M3 and M5 Stuart were the most significant light tanks of the US Army, as well as many other allied armies, during World War II. They have proved to be popular modelling subjects ever since, largely due to the large numbe r of kits available in many different scales covering a broad selection of the different variants used. The Stuarts were also painted in a wide range of colourful camouflage schemes, reflecting their widespread service, and t his adds to their appeal. This title shows a number of different ways to mo del this popular tank in 1/35 scale, covering construction, painting and... View more info

MODELLING US ARMY TANK DESTROYERS OF WORLD WAR II (OSPREY MODELLING)

By: Zaloga, Steven J.

Price: ¥700.00

Publisher: Osprey Publishing: 2004

Seller ID: RWARE0000045121

ISBN: 1841767999

Condition: Very Good


A copy that has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Tank destroyers were the US Army's response to blitzkrieg, and were based around the concept of mounting a large anti-tank gun on a light, fast moving vehicle. They served in the Mediterranean, Pacific, and North-West Europe theatres, and were also supplied to other Allied armies. These vehicles form an attractive modelling subject; their open turrets provide plenty of opportunity for detail work, as demonstrated here by the author in clear step-by-st... View more info

MODELING US ARMOR OF WORLD WAR 2

By: Zaloga, Steven J.

Price: ¥3,000.00

Publisher: Bloomsbury USA: 2011

Seller ID: RWARE0000046184

ISBN: 1846033985

Condition: Very Good


A copy that has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. United States tanks and other armored fighting vehicles in World War II have always been some of the most popular subjects for scale modelers, and hundreds of kits have been and are currently manufactured. Now, renowned modeler and AFV expert, Steven J. Zaloga, presents the definitive guide to modeling these famous fighting vehicles. Based around four building projects, Zaloga presents all the techniques necessary to get a great finish on a model, inc... View more info