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Thursday, March 01, 2012 - 12:09 PM GMT+7
We've just been sent Tankograd Publishing's latest release list - which will be hitting the shelves Mid-March 2012.
The usual interesting mix of nationalities, subjects adn time periods are on offer with again, a very complete coverage on offer:

World War One Special 1005 - Grabenkrieg: German Trench Warfare Vol. 1

World War One Special 1006 - Grabenkrieg German Trench Warfare Vol. 2

Nr. 9018 - British Nuclear Artillery: Corporal, Blue Water, Honest John, Tube Artillery, Lance 1957-93

Nr. 8006 - TAM: Tanque Argentino Mediano The Argentine Tanque Argentino Mediano - History, Technology, Variants.

Nr. 7025: 10 Brygada Kawalerii Pancernej. Vehicles of the Modern Polish Army‘s 10th Armoured Cavalry Brigade

Nr. 5036: ATF DINGO 1 - Protected Vehicle

Nr. 4007: Sturmgeschütz III in Combat (Reprint - Available again)

Kübelwagen on all Frontlines - The ‘Leichter Personenkraftwagen K 1' VW Typ 82. Wartime Service & Production Batches

Nr. 2-2012: MILITÄRFAHRZEUG 2-2012


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Thanks, Jim, those are very interesting as always. Just finished reading three books on the Great War. Depressing, it's a wonder both side fought on for 4 years. The Stug book could be interesting. Anyone know how many pages?
MAR 01, 2012 - 01:06 PM
64 pages, 109 photos...listed as a reprint (hence the 4007 ID #)
MAR 01, 2012 - 06:03 PM
The 'Grabenkrieg' books have been been out a couple of weeks now and I cannot recommend them enough. I have no modelling interest in WW1, but these books are absolutely superb, packed with superb period photographs and detailed texts. With the 100 year anniversary of the start of WW1 coming up i'd say everyone should add these to their collection.
MAR 01, 2012 - 06:09 PM
64 pages, 109 photos...listed as a reprint (hence the 4007 ID #)[/quote] Hmmm, depending on the price, that one could be a good idea. I'm shying away from the really expensive Stug books, and prefer to focus on books with period, action photos.
MAR 01, 2012 - 08:13 PM
Here you go Bill: Tankograd Rob, I had a chance to quickly take a look at these two books also and agree that they looked excellent.
MAR 01, 2012 - 08:54 PM
The Nuke Artillery book looks very interesting...a critically important part of the real Cold War in Europe!
MAR 01, 2012 - 09:22 PM
The nuclear artillery is a must for me.A much overlooked subject and the new Blue Water photos are just in time for my Artillery Campaign build.
MAR 02, 2012 - 03:30 AM
For me the most interesting releases are the TAM et the Kubelwagen books, although I'll also buy two or three others in the new March titles. Miltarfahrzeug also looks good, the previous issue was a disapointment for me, the first one I didn't buy in the whole publishing run of the magazine. Cheers, Christophe
MAR 02, 2012 - 05:45 AM
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