By Francois Verlinden
Eighty five complete colour aspect photographs, 23 U.S. military technical drawings, three complete colour version reference images. a very good reference resource for the U.S. Armys self propelled artillery piece, this e-book provides a historical past of the motor vehicle and its provider in lots of of the worlds militaries. aimed at the intense army scale modeler, every one element picture is captioned with distinctive descriptions, overlaying such info as adjustments among versions, inside information, external info, strength plant, armament, ammunition, upkeep, stowage, provider, and so on. This quantity set the normal for complete designated assurance that may turn into mythical within the army scale modeling global. A needs to for any army fanatic, modeler, or historian.
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