Dr. Robert Manasherob has announced a new series of books from SabIngaMartin, this series is titled ‘Israeli armor wrecks and scrapyards’. This is the first volume in the new series on "Israeli armor wrecks and scrapyards" that covers tanks and other armor vehicles in Israeli bases, scrapyards, and museums and this one looks at the Tiran 4, 5 and 6 tanks and their wrecks after service with IDF and SLA.
Dr. Robert Manasherob has informed us that the next title covering the IDF is on its way. This time it is the 2nd volume looking at the Israeli Half-Tracks.
The latest title from SabIngaMartin Publication is on its way. This title is volume 6 in the Wild and Cruel Cats series of books looking at variants of the Achzarit.
Dr. Robert Manasherob has informed Armorama of the latest title coming from him covering the ever popular Israeli Armour. This time it is the third volume in the popular Lioness and Lion of the Line series.
SabIngaMartin has sent Armorama news of their latest publication. This time around it is the T54/55 that gets the in-depth treatment from them.
SabIngaMartiN Publications has sent Armorama news of the latest book and that has just been made available for order. This book is volume 2 in the ‘Magach tanks of the IDF’ series on the Israeli Magach M48 Patton tanks and their derivatives. This book describes in detail the operation and history of the IDF Magach 2 and 3 tanks during the Six Day War.
This book is volume 7 in the “Centurion tanks of the IDF” series on Israeli Centurion tank and its derivatives. This book describes in detail the operation and history of the IDF Centurion – Shot Kal “Gimel” tanks.
Sabinga Martin Publications has sent Armorama news of their latest release. this release is volume 5 in the “Wild and Cruel Cats” series and covers the NAMER.
Some news in from SabingaMartin has some decals for jerrycans, oil drums, and ammunition boxes.
SabIngaMartin Publication has informed Armorama of their latest release. The latest title is volume 14 in the “Lioness and Lion of the Line” series and looks at the M1 Super Sherman tanks and their operation in IDF, part 1.
Dr. Robert Manasherob has informed Armorama of the 3rd volume in the Wild and Cruel Cats has been released.
SabIngaMartin Publication has informed Armorama of the next book in their great series covering armour in use by the Israeli Army. This latest release covers the M48A1 (Magach 1) and M48A2C (Magach 2) tanks and with the release of the M48 from Dragon Models this could make this a sought after book.
SabIngaMartin Publication has let Armorama know about their latest products in the form of 5 decal sheets for various Israeli Sherman’s.
This is the latest book from SabIngaMartin Publications and is volume 12 in the “Lioness and Lion of the Line” series on Israeli Sherman tanks in IDF service and covers the M1 Sherman tanks during service in IDF (Part 1).
The 10th addition to the Lioness and Lion of the Line series of books is ready to be ordered from SabIngaMartin Publications.
SabingaMartin Publication has released three new resin figures which will look the part on any Israeli AFV from the 50s to the 70s.
Just in from SabingaMartin Publications, new markings for the IDF.
SabIngaMartin has released several decal sets for various Sherman variants, and are designed as a complimentary product to allow you the modeller to build any of the Sherman’s covered in their recently released book "Lioness and Lion of the Line". Take a look inside for more details on these products.
SabingaMartin has informed Armorama of another great looking release, and it is Volume 2.
SabingaMartin Publications is back with us this month, adding to their line with decals. And these decals are a companion to previously published books.
SabingaMartin Publications it would seem is branching out and has released a resin figure. This figure is a great accompaniment to the books that SabingaMartin Publications is known for. Take a look inside for more details.
News from Israel on a potentially very exciting New Series of books from SabingaMartin Publications. The subject? A very broad one indeed considering the amount of conversions and variants employed, the Israeli Centurion.
SabingaMartin Publications have just sent us news of the first title in a completely new series.
The M2/M3 Halftracks are very well-documented in Allied WWII service. However, although there are good sources out there, the M2 & M3 in Israeli service needs a 'boost' in its coverage. SabingaMartin Publcations have just sent us notification of their latest series - covering the Halftrack in I.D.F. service.
Early I.D.F. equipment is frequently seen as later variants of vehicles (particularly in the case of the M4). Laying this particular myth to rest began with the previous book in this series (dealing with the FIRST M4s in Israeli service). Now, the story continues with SabingaMartin's latest book - Early M4s...