Frituur Zorro was a series of books that focused on moth-balled WWII-era Allied and German vehicles that have been converted for civilian use as seen in Belgium, Northern France, the Netherlands, as well as the then Eastern-bloc countries.
A new volume on the way from Frituur Zorro with more army trucks given a second life.
Frituur Zorro has sent us news of their third instalment Frituur Zorro covering the uses military vehicles from World War Two were put to after the war ended.
In Europe, following WWII there were an enormous amount of Military vehicles which were no longer required or simply surplus to requirements. What happened to them (and the many uses they were put to) is the subject of this New book from the Dutch publisher, Frituur Zorro.
Imagine life after war... soldiers all dreamed of it, but what about the vehicles left behind? The soft-sides still running didn't just disappear... many of them actually were camouflaged for more mundane roles in the streets of Europe. This book tells their story.