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  1. Militärfahrzeug 4/2016

    Militärfahrzeug 4/2016

    8,95 €

    Inkl. 7% MwSt.
  2. TG-1003  Beute-Tanks

    TG-1003 Beute-Tanks

    Armoured Cars of the German Army Mehr erfahren
    25,00 €

    Inkl. 7% MwSt.
  3. TG-1004  Beute-Tanks

    TG-1004 Beute-Tanks

    Diese Sammlung historisch seltener Fotos aus dem 1. Weltkrieg ist eine wahre Augenweide für den an Militärgeschichte Interessierten. Mehr erfahren
    25,00 €

    Inkl. 7% MwSt.
  4. TG-1005  Grabenkrieg Vol. 1

    TG-1005 Grabenkrieg Vol. 1

    Diese Sammlung historisch seltener Fotos aus dem 1. Weltkrieg ist eine wahre Augenweide für den an Militärgeschichte Interessierten. Mehr erfahren
    25,00 €

    Inkl. 7% MwSt.
  5. TG-1006  Grabenkrieg Vol. 2

    TG-1006 Grabenkrieg Vol. 2

    Diese Sammlung historisch seltener Fotos aus dem 1. Weltkrieg ist eine wahre Augenweide für den an Militärgeschichte Interessierten. Mehr erfahren
    25,00 €

    Inkl. 7% MwSt.
  6. TG-1007  Panzer-Kraftwagen

    TG-1007 Panzer-Kraftwagen

    This photo booklet shows extradinary pictorial material from WW I. It is a true treasure of unknown pictures. Text in English. Mehr erfahren
    25,00 €

    Inkl. 7% MwSt.
  7. TG-1008 Feldluftschiffer

    TG-1008 Feldluftschiffer

    Feldluftschiffer The German Balloon Corps and Aerial Reconaissance When thinking about the battles fought in the trenches of the Great War, what comes to mind is first and foremost infantry, supported by tanks, artillery and airplanes. Yet another major arm of service also played a vital role that up to present day remained hidden behind the better-known services: the Feldluftschiffertruppe. The Feldluftschiffer, or Feldluftschiffertruppe (balloon corps) provided extensive and often decisive reconnaissance of enemy troop movements and artillery positions, and guided the German forces' own artillery fire and infantry attacks. The balloon corps itself was a weapon of the 19th century that was to play its most important role in the war of 1914-18. Never before and never after would it reach such fame. Without the balloon corps and other means of aerial reconnaissance the Imperial German Army would have been blind. Describing the balloon types and tactics in hitherto unknown detail, this publication also shows the ground equipment and soldiers of the Feldluftschiffertruppe in photographs, almost all of which are seen here for the very first time. This is the most comprehensive documentation published on a crucial asset of the Imperial German Army that undeservedly had been neglected for too long. On 96 pages this publication is illustrated with 176 black&white photographs. Mehr erfahren
    25,00 €

    Inkl. 7% MwSt.
  8. TG-2005 MAZ 537G

    TG-2005 MAZ 537G

    The complete walkaround - an ideal technical companion to the historical volume Soviet Special 2004. Mehr erfahren
    14,95 €

    Inkl. 7% MwSt.
  9. TG-2006  PT-76

    TG-2006 PT-76

    During the Second World War the Red Army mastered and rapidly expanded bridging and ferrying operations. In the immediate post-war era it was understood that the Soviet Union needed to rapidly develop a new generation of modern amphibious tanks. Priority was given to the development of an amphibious light reconnaissance tank with sufficient firepower to establish and hold bridgeheads. The PT-76 amphibious tank would become the main vehicle in Soviet and Warsaw Pact amphibious operations in the Cold War decades to come. This is the first comprehensive coverage of the PT-76 in Soviet Army, Polish Army and East German Army Service. Mehr erfahren
    14,95 €

    Inkl. 7% MwSt.
  10. TG-2007 Soviet Trucks of WW II

    TG-2007 Soviet Trucks of WW II

    The Soviet Union had a relatively standardised military vehicle park at the outbreak of the Second World War, consisting primarily of GAZ and ZiS vehicles. These trucks were simple to produce in massive numbers and were straightforward to operate and maintain in military service. This book reviews the standard Soviet built wheeled military transport vehicles used by the Soviet Union during the Second World War, of which little has hitherto been written in the West, and the widespread use of the GAZ and ZiS trucks in the German Wehrmacht. Mehr erfahren
    14,95 €

    Inkl. 7% MwSt.