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The Crimean War Adventures of a Cold War Fast-Jet Navigator Challenger 2 Building for Battle: Hitler’s D-Day Defences

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Rendezvous With Death Fighter Aircraft Since 1945 Tanks of the USSR 1917-1945 Manchester’s Military Legacy

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Red Army Sniper York’s Military Legacy The Great War Illustrated – The Home Front Western Front First Year

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Brand new Tank Craft: Panzer IV

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Tank Craft: Panzer IV – 1939-1945 by Paul Thomas

The Panzer IV – Panzerkampfwagen IV – was one the foremost German fighting vehicles of the Second World War, and this volume in the TankCraft series is an ideal introduction to it. With detailed captions, text and illustrations the book tells the story of the technical development of the Panzer IV and the numerous variants that went into production, and it describes how it evolved from an infantry support vehicle to become the backbone of the Panzer units. It was modified and up-gunned to face the ever-increasing enemy threat, and it proved to be so diverse and effective that it earned a unique tactical role on the battlefield.

A large part of the book showcases available model kits and aftermarket products, complemented by a gallery of beautifully constructed and painted models in various scales. Technical details as well as modifications introduced during production and in the field are also examined in order to provide everything the modeller needs to recreate an accurate representation of the only Panzer that stayed in production throughout the war.

More titles in the Tank Craft series:

Churchill Tanks Panther Tanks Sherman Tanks of the British Army and Royal Marines

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Tiger I and Tiger II: Tanks of the German Army and Waffen-SS Jagdpanther Tank Destroyer Panzer I and II

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New from P&S History:
Victorian Policing Dark Days of Georgian Britain In the Mind of a Female Serial Killer

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From the Krays to Drug Busts in the Caribbean Elegant Etiquette in the Nineteenth Century Isle of Thanet in the Great War

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New releases – WW2:
Joseph Stalin Building for Battle: Hitler’s D-Day Defences Hitler’s Tank Destroyers Frankforce and the Defence of Arras 1940

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New from Seaforth Publishing:
The Endurance Seaforth World Naval Review 2018

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New P&S Transport titles:
Chadbury: A Town and Industrial Scape in ‘0’ Gauge Class 47 Diesel Locomotives London Buses 1970–1980

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Southern Railway Gallery Rails Through Barnsley The Hixon Railway Disaster

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New Transport Philately Series: Narrow Gauge Railway Stamps – A Collector’s Guide

This, the first of four books, looks at the treatment of varying aspects of public transport with the aid of postage stamps, either issued by the postal authorities of most of the world’s nations, or some of the railway companies themselves, especially heritage operators.

The Talyllyn Railway, in mid-Wales, has the double honour of being the world’s first railway to be taken-over and operated by a preservation society in 1951, and also the first railway in the modern era to issue its own Railway Letter Service stamps, a practice that can be traced back to the very earliest of times, which allowed people in outlying areas to send letters by the railways to the nearest post office for onward transport. The Talyllyn’s first stamps were issued in 1957, and today the lucky collector can demand a substantial premium on the paltry issue value.

From whatever origin or country, there is a huge variety of stamps covering narrow gauge railways, and usually they are attractive miniature works of art that make them very collectable. The author has not set out to cover every country or issue in these books, but to present a wide selection of those stamps that are note-worthy.

Brand new White Owl titles
A History of Birds Yearbook of Astronomy 2018 Villager Jim’s Bobbin Robin Superfoods

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