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Filled with fine-scale drawings of Australian, Belgian, Canadian, Czech, French, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Romanian, and South African armored vehicles, including:
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Overview

Filled with fine-scale drawings of Australian, Belgian, Canadian, Czech, French, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Romanian, and South African armored vehicles, including:
  • Centauro Tank Destroyer (Italy)
  • TKS Light Reconnaissance Tank (Poland)
  • Ram "Kangaroo" Personnel Carrier (Canada)
  • Renault R-35 Light Tank (France)
  • Type 3 Chi-nu Heavy Tank (Japan)
  • Scorpion AC1 Cruiser Tank (Australia)
  • TACAM R-2 Tank Hunter (Romania)
  • And many, many more . . .
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780811734554
  • Publisher: Stackpole Books
  • Publication date: 3/10/2008
  • Series: World War II Afv Plans Series
  • Pages: 105
  • Sales rank: 1,222,621
  • Product dimensions: 8.46 (w) x 11.02 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Meet the Author

George Bradford is a technical artist and military historian who has been researching World War II and producing scale drawings for more than thirty years. He lives in Canada.
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Table of Contents

Italy
Lancia 1ZM (1917) Armored Car     7
CV L3/33 Tankette     8
M11/39 Medium Tank     9
L35(1f) Flamethrower Tankette     12
L35/c with Solothurn 20mm     13
M13/40 Medium Tank     14
L6/40 Light Tank     16
Autoblinda AB41 Armored Car     17
Semovente da 75/18 SPG     19
Carro Commando M41     21
Semovente L40 da 47/32 SPG     22
Semovente da 90/53 SPG     24
Autocarro Fiat Scudato 665 NM APC     26
Camionetta AS 42 Sahariana Recon Car     27
Semovente da 105/25 SPG     28
Autoblinda Lince Scout Car     30
P40 Medium Tank     31
Japan
Tankette, Type 97, Te-Ke     32
Tankette, Type 94, TK     33
Medium Tank, Type 89-B     34
Light Tank, Type 95, Kyu-go     35
Ho-Ro, Type 38, SPG     36
Ho-Ni I, Type 1, SPG     37
Ho-Ni II, Type 1, SPG     38
Ho-Ni III, Type 3, SPG     39
Medium Tank, Type 3, Chi-Nu     40
Hungary
39M Csaba Armored Car     41
40M Turan I Medium Tank     42
38M Toldi I Light Tank     43
40M Nimrod AA Tank     44
38M Toldi IIa Light Tank     45
43M Zrinyi II SPG     46
41M Turan II Medium Tank     47
Turan III Medium Tank     48
Romania
R-1 Tankette     49
R-2 Skoda Light Tank     50
TACAM T-60A SPG     51
TACAM R-2 SPG     52
France
AMC Schneider P16 Half-Track     53
Renault UE Chenillette     54
Lorraine 1938L APC     55
Char B1 bis Medium Tank     56
FCM 36 Light Tank     57
AMD Panhard 178 B Armored Car     58
AMC R35 ACG1 Light Tank     59
AMD Panhard 178 Armored Car     60
SOMUA S-35 Medium Tank     61
Renault R-35 Light Tank     62
Hotchkiss H-39 Light Tank     63
Canada
Skink, 220mm Quad AA Tank     64
Ram I Cruiser tank     66
Otter Armored Car     67
C-15 Armored Truck     68
Ram II Cruiser Tank     69
Grizzly I Cruiser Tank     70
Ram Kangaroo APC     71
Badger Flamethrower     72
Sexton I SPG     73
CMP Bofors AA      74
Ford Lynx Scout Car     75
Fox armored car     76
Sexton II SPG     77
Chevrolet FAT     78
Windsor Carrier     79
South Africa
M-H Mk.I Armored Car     80
M-H Mk.II Armored Car     81
M-H Mk.III Armored Car     82
M-H Mk.IV Armored Car     83
Australia
AC1 Sentinel Medium Tank     84
AC3 Scorpion Medium Tank     85
Dingo Armored Car     86
Poland
C7P Tractor     87
wz.34 Armored Car     88
7Tpdw Twin Turret Light Tank     89
7TP Light Tank     90
TKS & w.20mm Tankette     91
Ursus wz.29 Armored Car     92
TK-3 Recon Tankette     93
10TP Cruiser Tank     94
Belgium
T13B2 SP 4.7mm     95
T13B3 SP 4.7mm     96
T15 Light Tank     97
Czechoslovakia
LT vz.34     98
LT vz.35     99
LT vz.38     100
PA-3 OA a/car     101
PzKpfw.38(t) nA     102
Bibliography     103
Basic Tank Components     104
Various Modeling Scales Chart     105
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2014

    What does infantry mean? Divebombers? Fighterplanes. Heavy bombers?

    Infantry They ar basicly a standerd soilders Fighter planes are desighned for speed. They are armed with machin guns and sometimes rockets. There job was to eather straph (shoot ground targets with bullets) or to protect bombers. Dive bombers are a cross between fighters ad heavy bombers. They are a fast bomber disinged for bdrop and gos. They travel fast to there target and just before they reach it they dive at there target. Then they drop bo.bs blowing up therir targets. Hence the name dive bombers. They are desighned for blowing up tanks A-A Artiliary and other targets that might shoot back. Heavy bombers big slow bombers. They are disighned to carry many bombs. They usualy have many machine gunners. A top tail gunner. A top front gunner. I front gunner. Two side guners and a belly/bottom gunner. The names should tell you the location of the gunners. The bombers jobs ar to bomb facteries and cities and lther targets that wont shoot back at you.

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