A selection of books with the best information and pictures especially done for the modeller from the most prestigious companies of the world: Desert Eagle, Tankograd, WWP, Sabot, etc.
This publication highlights the use of the C1 and its variants in the Germany of the Cold War with many exercise photographs and additional technical details of this unique Leopard version.
This publication shows the vehicles of the BAOR participating in the exercises REFORGER 78 FTX Certain Shield to REFORGER 91 FTX Certain Shield.
This publication provides an exclusive and detailed look onto the development, technology and use in a war zone of these two outstanding British vehicle designs.
The Last Cold War Era Tank of Britain’s Armoured Corps
Vehicles of the U.S. Army during REFORGER Exercises - Part 1
Vehicles of the U.S. Army during REFORGER Exercises - Part 2
Vehicles of the U.S. Army during REFORGER Exercises - Part 3
This publications shows this completely new U.S. military vehicle family in detail for the first time and with hitherto unpublished photographs!
This publication grants an overview on the USAREUR organisation and the U.S. military vehicles in service on German soil between the last REFORGER exercises 1992 and the transformation of the army in 2005.
This publication decribes the development history and variants of the M88 family, from the early days in U.S. service to modern day's Operation Iraqi Freedom, with comprehensive text and many hitherto unpublished photographs including detailed walkarounds. Added to the U.S. history is the use of the M88 and its variants in foreign armies.
This publication offers for the first time an extensive coverage of the technical development of the LVTP7-AAVP7A1 family and shows it in action worldwide. In addition the different versions and upgrade kits are described in unprecedented detail with many hitherto unpublished photographs.
This publication tells the background story of these three camouflage pattern trials underlined by contemporary indicative colour photographs and modern computer-enhanced colour samples. This is the first comprehensive and fully illustrated documentation on the subject.
This publication grants for the very first time an in-depth look on both types describing their development, technology and active service.
This publication tells the history of the 1st Armored Division and shows the unit’s vehicles, from light off-road vehicle to main battle tank, during its deployment in Germany between 1971 and 2011 in many hintherto unpublished photographs.
This publication describes the events and illustrates the motor pool of the US Army, ranging from World War 2 veterans to then most modern equipment such as the M103 Heavy Tank.
This work will also for the first time correctly identify all Soviet versions of the T-62, from the prototypes to the most recent upgrades offered for export.
SON OF SHERMAN VOLUME 1: The Sherman, Design and Development A complete and illustrated description of the U.S. M4 Sherman tank series in the Second World War
This book, containing 80 pages, includes the traditional "in action" of the 3 variants, "In Detail" for the D9R, and more. We wish the reader and the IDF fan full enjoyment and happy modeling.
The sixth book in the series, the Merkava Siman 3 in IDF Service, like its critically acclaimed predecessors, uses an extensive collection of over 200 never-before-seen color photographs, and will take readers into the Merkava Mk.3 Ramaqh and Mk. 3 BAZ in the IDF Service for a close look at everything from tracks to turret.
The fifth book in the series, the Merkava Siman 3D in IDF Service, like its critically acclaimed predecessors, uses an extensive collection of over 200 never-before-seen color photographs, and will take readers into the Merkava Siman 3D in the IDF Service for a close look at everything from tracks to turret.
The fourth book in the IDF Armor Series from Desert Eagle Publishing, the Magach 6B GAL in IDF Service, like its critically acclaimed predecessors, uses an extensive collection of over 200 never-before-seen color photographs, and will take readers into the M60A1 in the IDF Service for a close look at everything from tracks to turret.