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It has the 2-page color insert standard for this series and a lot of black and white junnicutt with good captions. Stars are assigned as follows: It has a nice color panel with drawings of various famous lights.

Social responsibility Did you know that sinceBiblio has used its profits to build 12 public libraries in rural villages of South America? Many of these images I had not seen before, and that is the real value of these books. EliabooksCalifornia, United States Seller rating: Sherman Tank by R. This AaWS book is pretty typical of the series, this one covering the battles in France, from D-Day in Normandy until operation Nordwind and the approach of the Westwall.

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The item may be missing the original packaging such as the original box or bag or tags or in the original packaging but not sealed. Account Options Sign in. This is the story of a weapon which by far was not the best, but one of the most numerous and recognizable tanks in history, some extraordinary development machines and pictures – one could only wish there was still more of these – especially of the test wehicles.


Sberman of the series, it has tons of black on white photos with informative captions and a small section of color drawings and a small history section.

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Tank Destroyers in Combatby Steven Zaloga: Massive quarto sized volume. From memory, when he talks about replacing the final drives in the panther, he says the transmission had to be pulled when it would sherjan the sprockets, final drive housing and several road wheels.

T his book is the bible of Sherman history. A great weekend read, I highly recommend it. It has a very interesting section on British crew opinions and some very interesting drawings made by crews during the war.

This book cleared up what an M6 was, I ran into a reference to it in another book but had never heard of it. It also has a fair number of German tanks pictured as well.

T his book is a real mixed bag. It also fails to really cover wherman Panthers true hunnivutt that make it an inferior tank to the Sherman. What makes Biblio different? You may shefman like. Indeed, the basic design was so sound and durable that the Israeli Army still had some in use in the Yom-Kippur War.

They worked in a different way than the armor divisions tankers, getting down and dirty with the doughs, often supporting the same regiment for months. In one way this is your typical Concord Publication, 74 pages, a few color drawings, a little history section and a lot of pictures with detailed captions.


This one has a lot of images of the M3 Lee in US use. Some cover wear, may contain a few marks.

This book comes in at 67 pages and has a color drawing section highlighting sheramn common vehicles. Same format, lots of decent pics, and a better conclusion. Zaloga This NV book covers the M10 and M36 in its typical format, 50 or so pages some color drawings and a cutaway. Illustrated History Hardcover Children. M4 Sherman at War, by Green and Brown: Book and unclipped dust jacket are crisp, clean.

This book is really a must have. That man is Steven Zaloga, who has to be one of the most prolific writers on the Sherman tank and American Armor, if not the most, in publishing history, and he is good.

He also published books on the Marines use of Armor in Korea and Vietnam. This is a great look into both the life of Soviet tankers, and their use of the M4A2 Sherman.