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The book presents the detailed combat history of German Panzer-Abteilung 103 as part of the 3. Panzergrenadier-Division in Italy from September 1943 to August 1944 based on the almost unknown war diary of this unit. The Panzer-Abteilung 103 was fully equi
This book is the culmination of 15 years of research dealing with I/SS-Panzer Regiment 3, from its inception in 1942, when it was equipped with Panzer III's and IV's, until its conversion to the Panther tank during late 1943.
By: Ian Michael Wood
The Sturmgeschütz-Abteilung 202 was one of the most successful German assault gun units in the Second World War. It had been deployed exclusively on the Eastern Front against the Red Army between 1941 and 1945.
A new Soviet/Russian type is added to PeKo Publishing’s photo-monograph series. This time we can get to know the KV tanks’ history and its types. We show the tank’s development with 121 large, high quality, mostly unpublished photographs.
Often referred to as a workhorse the PzKpfw IV is certainly not a glamorous beast but from North Africa to the Eastern front it was a ubiquitous fixture on the various battlefields of WWII.
Third in the 'on the battlefield' series, this one is a general look at Pz.Kpfw.I - IV plus 35 & 38(t). Covers the entire war period; from 1939 to 1945 and all theatres.
The fourth volume of PeKo Publishing’s photo-monograph series, Sturmgeschütz III on the battlefield 2, has the publisher’s usual corporate image displayed.
The eight volume of PeKo Publishing’s photo-monograph series, Sturmgeschütz III on the battlefield 3, has the publisher’s usual corporate image displayed. The hardcover, landscape formatted book’s brief introduction is followed by more than a hundred main
The SU-76 and SU-76M were the most widely produced Soviet self-propelled artillery pieces of the Second World War, second only to the T-34 tank in terms of production numbers. The SU-76M saw action in all campaigns in the latter years of the war and conti
The SU-85 and SU-100 self-propelled guns were based on the proven chassis of the T-34 Medium Tank, and were used primarily in the antitank role. From mid-1943 onward, the SU-85 gave the Soviet forces a useful tank destroyer with a significant firepower ad
Tiger I on the Battlefield
World War Two Photobook Series Vol. 7
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