Three new books from Ampersand are already available for purchase.
The Ampersand Group has a special end of Summer sale with discounts up to 25% during this week.
Ampersand is preparing three new books in their line of Visual History. They will cover the M10/Achilles tank destroyer, German Motorcycles of WWII and Panzer II.
Ampersand Publishing has a new title on their Allied-Axis series, with S35 Somua tanks, the British Sexton Self Propelled Gun; or the Quick-Way Crane and Coleman Tractor.
Issue #63 of Military Miniatures in Review (MMiR) is out, with a wide selection of models to show.
All Allied-Axis titles in stock are on sale at $10.00 on Ampersand's website.
Ampersand has three great new titles out for softskin fans. It seems David Doyle has been rather busy of late, giving us books on the Kubelwagen/Schwimmwagen, MaxxPro MRAP, and Dragon Wagon tank transporters - all with a wealth of variants.
Ampersand will be publishing next June three new books of their Visual History Series. The books cover the Kubelwagen, MaxxPro and Dragon Wagon (Part 2) vehicles.
Ampersand has a couple new books on WW2 and Vietnam-era armour, as well as a wing-thing and a ship. These should be useful for us modellers.
Lots of new armour books are coming from Ampersand! Most are due by late February/early March.
Ampersand Publishing is having a Super Cyber December Sale with discounts based on your level of spending (up to 25% off).
The very first in a new series of hard cover horizontal format books on U.S. capital ships in the Second World War. Perfect if you have or plan to get the Trumpeter 1/700 model (No. 05784).
Ampersand has announced a new line of books in hard back covers. The first of these is a Visual History of the German Army’s Sd.Kfz. 251 Armored Half-tracks.
New from Ampersand comes a detailed study of the ultimate expression of America's WW2 strategic bombing policy - the mighty B-36 Peacemaker. Too late to see service against Germany or Japan, the B-36 went on to hold the line in the early Cold War.
Just in time for the Holidays, the Ampersand Group releases a new list of titles to their shelves. One of which is is the first release in a series on US capitol ships, USS California - A Visual History of the Golden State Battleship BB-44.
Ampersand have released three new title to fill your Christmas stockings on populart subjects. These books cover the M48, gun trucks and 251 Half-track. There arte full details on these titles inside.
If you are interested in Dodge Military Trucks in any way then this news from Ampersand is for you. Ampersand has released two titles as a single purchase titled ‘Development and Deployment of Dodge Military Trucks 1940-1975’.
Past Allied-Axis volumes from Ampersand Publishing are now on sale until 6th of July. At only $10 per book, it is a great chance to fill gaps on your collection or start it.
New from Ampersand comes what could well be an absolute must for Flying Wing enthusiasts - a detailed study of the XB-35 and YB-49. The book promises to include much reference material that will be new to modellers.
Ampersand Publishing finally got wings and started to publish aviation titles. Here's a preview of their first publication about airplanes which focuses on the early US flying wings.
Ampersand Publishing has four new titles that will be released at the end of May and are now available for Pre-Order on their website. Three new armor related books and a wingy thing too all get the "Visual History" treatment. You know how Ampersand Publishing is about their research so you know these are gonna be great, check them out!
The Ampersand Group has informed Armorama about their new releases, three books devoted to U.S. Half-tracks, the M103 Heavy Tank and Six-Ton Trucks.
Three new publications are due for imminent release from Ampersand Publishing.
News in from Ampersand Publishing has three new publications coming our way covering some American equipment.
Ampersand Publishing is offering an entirely new subscription option for Military Miniatures in Review magazine. The new payment option (MMir@11) will be offered from issue No. 62 of Military Miniatures in Review and is designed so that you are billed/charged per issue shortly before it is shipped to you via First Class mail (if you are in the USA).