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Monday, June 21, 2010 - 09:40 PM UTC
Tankograd Publishing have just announced a series of new releases. Probably, the big news though, is a new series covering a little-covered area.
Beginning with the new series:

NVA-01: Military and Paramilitary Vehicles and Weapons of East Germany

This, the first volume of the new series will cover the vehicles and weapons of the East German Army (NVA) and East German paramilitary forces. German text with English captions and a two-page English summary. Vehicles covered are:

AT-S Tracked Prime Mover
F 9 Kübelwagen
45mm Anti-Tank Gun M42
RPG-7
ATGWs of the NVA
T 72 TK Armoured Recovery Vehicle
SK II Water Cannon Truck

Illustrated with 12 colour photographs and 75 black&white photographs.

9015 - FV432 Variants Covering the following variants:

FV432: Mk3 ‘Bulldog’
- Up-Armoured Enforcer RCWS
- Up-Armoured Platt MR550 Shielded Ring Mount
FV432/30: Rarden Turret
FV432: FA No.15 Mk2 Cymbeline Field Artillery Radar
FV432: with Ranger Scatterable Mine System
FV432: SCAMP
FV433: Abbot Self-Propelled Gun
FV434: Carrier Maintenance Tracked
FV436: Green Archer
FV438: Swingfire Anti-Tank Guided Missile Launcher
FV439: Ptarmigan Communication System Vehicle

7018 - FREE LION 88

Between August and November 1988, NATO conducted a total of 67 larger exercises. The majority of these exercises were conducted on the territory of West Germany, and the greatest troop concentration took place in September 1988. Some 385,000 troops with 2,600 MBTs and 1,160 helicopters trained simultaneously. Among other forces, no less than five corps were fielded. From 19-23 September 1988, the 1st (NL) Corps conducted its last corps-level FTX named Free Lion 88. A total of 44,000 troops took part in the exercise, including soldiers from the Netherlands, from West Germany, from the USA and from the United Kingdom. A total of 12,510 wheeled and 1,700 tracked vehicles (including 420 main battle tanks) as well as 145 helicopters, deployed with the troops. This publication is a pictorial record of the vehicles participating in Free Lion 88.

Two new titles have also been announced in their Technical Manuals series with:

6020: U.S. WW II M29 and M29C Weasel

6019: U.S. WW II GMC CCKW 2 ½-TON 6x6 Dump Trucks, Gun Trucks, Bomb Service Trucks


The remainder of the releases are:

5027: MAN - Tactical Trucks of the Follow-On Generation of the German Bundeswehr

4015: Opel Blitz 3-tonne

3015: U.S. Army Germany 1945-1969


Finally, the latest issue of MILITÄRFAHRZEUG with:

3-2010: MILITÄRFAHRZEUG 3-2010

Contents are:

Bundeswehr: Exercise Hohenfels ‘63
Bundeswehr: MAN KAT II Military Trucks
Leopards International: Singapore’s 2A4 SGP in Germany
Wehrmacht: Sd.Kfz. 251 - Mittlerer Schützenpanzerwagen
Wehrmacht: “Sd.Kfz. 251” in Colour
Australian Army: New Camouflage Scheme for the M1A1 AIM
U.S. Army: M-ATV
Czech Army: DANA Self-Propelled Wheeled Howitzer
U.S. Army: 240 mm Howitzer M1
British Army: Engineer Recce
Österreichisches Bundesheer: First Equipment of the Modern Austrian Army 1955-63

Available from the usual retilers or directly from:

Tankograd Website (LINK)

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"NVA" has, of course, a very different association for Americans of a certain age.
JUN 22, 2010 - 04:06 AM
A good selection there with something for nearly everyone.
JUN 22, 2010 - 05:35 AM
I agree! In this case "NVA" means "Nationale Volksarmee"... which was the army of the former eastern german part called "DDR". (I live there) The other meaning of NVA is "North Vietnamese Army"... which can be very confusing. greetings... Soeren
JUN 22, 2010 - 09:31 PM
If only we would get a nice injection 1/35 FV432!
JUN 22, 2010 - 11:09 PM
I agree! In this case "NVA" means "Nationale Volksarmee"... which was the army of the former eastern german part called "DDR". (I live there) The other meaning of NVA is "North Vietnamese Army"... which can be very confusing. greetings... Soeren[/quote] To avoid this confusion, I've always called the East German army the NVA, and the North Vietnamese army the PAVN.
JUN 28, 2010 - 04:57 PM
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