Trackstory No. 15, the second installment from Editions du Barbotin, looks into the Renault FT as used by other countries.
Editions du Barbotin has added a surprising addition to their line of books. The book "Holland Paraat" covers the equipment that the Dutch Army was using at the time of the German Invasion.
French publishing house Editions Du Barbotin have been around for several years now, and continue to produce great books on Gallic subjects. This time we get to read about Adolphe KÚgresse's genius and his groundbreaking half-track variants.
For several years now, there has benn a slow (but steady) trickle of good models of French armor subjects. As many of the vehicles were seen in German service, this has, naturally enough, help to boost their interest. Parallel to this, the French publisher, Editions du Barbotin has been producing a variety of superb reference material.
The publisher for French Armor subjects 'par exellence', Editions du Barbotin, have just announced a very welcome title in their 'Focus' Series.
The 11th book in the 'Trackstory' series of monographs is about to be published.
The French publisher, Editions Du Barbotin have just announce the fourth book in the company's 'Focus' series.
Miniprint, who are a subsidiary of the French publisher Editions du Barbotin specialize in French Armor subjects. Here are their latest Decal releases.
The third in a very useful introductory series has been annonced by the French publishing house Editions du Barbotin
Editions du Barbotin are a French publishing house who in the last few years have (amongst other ranges) been publishing a series of extremely useful monographs, particularly within their Trackstory Series. Here's the Ninth in the series.
Editions du Barbotin is a French publisher who have produced a series of excellent monographs on early-war French vehicles within their 'Trackstory' series. Now, the publisher has announced the eighth in the series.
A short whle ago, I ran an update on the French publishers Editions du Barbotin - the publishers of the excellent Trackstory books on French armor. In that report, I briefly mentioned a forthcoming book on the M4 Sherman in French service, now, the information can be updated....
There is a 'mini-revival' going on at the moment in fascinating area of Early-war French armor. Much of it has inevitably been sparked by Tamiya's Char B1 Bis in 1/35th scale although other manufacturers such as Bronco and Trumpeter have also produced subjects. The continuing problem remains with reference material - Editions Du Barbotin with their excellent Trackstory series, seem to be doing their best to fill the void...
Little is unfortunately available as reference for French armor subjects. This new series of Monographs from Editions Du Barbotin may help to redress the balance.