German And Soviet Armour From Barbarossa To The Fall Of Berlin
Warpaint Armour is an exciting new series by Guideline License Publications. Each title will cover an important conflict or period, looking at the tanks and other armored fighting vehicles that shaped pivotal moments in the history of modern warfare. Illustrated throughout with archival images and specially commissioned color profiles, it will showcase the latest research with articles written by an international team of experts, providing information and inspiration to modelers and military history enthusiasts alike. In each volume, you will find eight features articles covering both well-known and more obscure AFVs, as well as accounts of campaigns and the role of armor in both war and peace. The series will take us from the origins of armored warfare on the Western Front to the latest in military technology and the preparations made by today's militaries for future conflict. In conjunction with Acrylicos Vallejo and Military Modelcraft International, the articles are written with a modeler in mind. Each volume also features a modeling gallery, showcasing some of the finest models that have been seen in Miltary Modelcraft International over the last decade, as well as some that have not previously been seen in print. 84 pages.