The new volume of the renown Panzerwrecks series is already available for preorder, and will be shipping at the end of this month. 128 photos with the usual quality of the publisher, covering more than 30 German vehicles.
This new book explains the rules regarding colours, camouflage, markings and organisation of German vehicles in World War 2 and show some of the many variations (the common, the strangest and the most interesting) discovered during their research.
Darren Neely's second book covering the work of the US Army's Signal Corps photographers during Second World War in Europe, is in stock and shipping.
Volker Ruff’s second volume on the Tiger tank units is available for preorder. This one deals with the s.Pz.Abt.502
The series of Panzerwrecks books has its twentieth member ready to be shipped this month. The new volume focuses on the Eastern Front and deals as usual with abandoned and destroyed vehicles.
Panzerwrecks Publishing starts a new series of books, with the first one dedicated to the Jagdpanzer 38
Two hundred and sixty six crystal clear, high resolution photos of the European Campaign from the US Army's official photographers. Panzerwrecks brings us a series of gorgeous photos; many of detail shots that fill the whole page (so clear I can sense the "chipping" arguments starting any moment!). Having had a chance to flip through the book, it is full of instant dioramas and details of stowage and weathering that will be enormously valuable to modellers.
The new issue of Panzerwrecks series is scheduled for December, and will be focused on the fights in Yugoslavia
Panzerwrecks 18 is available for pre order now and is to be released in early December. Check it out!
Another issue of Panzerwrecks is on the way covering tanks from Normandy.
Panzerwrecks has sent Armorama news of a new book that takes a look at Nürnberg's Panzer Factory.
The next issue of Panzerwrecks is now available with some new rare and prior unpublished photographs.
Panzerwrecks has just announced they will be the publisher of the upcoming title Duel In The Mist 2. Release date is expected to be January 2012.
Panzerwrecks for those (few) who are unaware of them are an extraordinary series of books which show the aftermath of vehicles in war. Now, the series has arrived at its twelth volume.
How did Germany keep its infamous Panzers running throughout six years of war? How did the German army prepare for motorized warfare? What mechanic was competent for what kind of damage? What special vehicles and recovery equipment were used by the maintenance units? How were they organized? How much supply reached the front during Operation 'Zitadelle' and how was it distributed among the battered divisions?
The answers to these and other questions are to be found here in this book.
I was looking for an image from the Italian Campaign today and realised that we never published news of the latest book in the Panzerwrecks series: Panzerwrecks 9: Italy
The publishing house, Panzerwrecks have just sent us details of their LATEST book.
The Panzerwrecks books are a highly-acclaimed series of publications which present images we don't often see - the aftermath of armored warfare. Here's details of the LATEST in this useful series.
Over the last couple of years the Panzerwrecks series of books has become well known for the many large clear photos of late war subjects. Now here is their first foray into the early war era.
A few years ago, a new publisher emerged onto the market with a different way of presenting contemporary archive images of AFVs - PanzerWrecks.
For anyone who has any interest in World War 2 German armor, the guys at Panzerwrecks have just announced their 4th volume is now available for pre-order. The former three books are well known for their large clear photos of late war German combat vehicles, in a wrecked, abandoned, or KO'd state.
The publishing house Panzerwrecks, have just announced the THIRD volume in their very interesting series...
Many diorama/armor builders, try to inject something different into the vehicles they build. One of the most difficult aspects of armor modelling, is to convincingly recreate battle damage or even wrecked vehicles. Step forward Panzerwrecks.com with a new book which gives those elusive reference sources...