Build Review - Iron Dome
This is a book review by Randy L Harvey of Soldiers of Fortune - Mercenaries and Military Adventurers, 1960 – 2020 from Osprey Publishing by author Anthony Rogers and illustrator Peter Dennis and edited by Martin Windrow and Nick Reynolds.
Here we take a look at the latest Austin Armoured Car from MiniArt in 1/35th scale covering an interesting period in Germany after World War 1 the 'Austin Armoured Car 3rd Series Freikorps Service'.
Close on the release of vehicles from AK, they have released three new offerings with this set being a set of male children in 1/35th scale.
Introduction I got the chance to look at another of Pen & Swords tank kraft books this one is about Panzer III in North Afrika Tripoli to El Alamein, 1941-1942 one of my favourite theatres of war, and see just how well it did in the hot desert of North Af...
Here we get a look at the WW2 British Army Closed Cab 30-cwt 4x2 GS Truck in 1/35th scale from Gecko Models.
MiniArt has released their German Cargo Trailer in 1/35th scale as a stand alone offering.
If you want to know what an item looks like that was issued to the American GI during World War 2, then these two titles will have the answer in 'GI Collectors Guide Volumes 1 and 2'.
A build review of T-Model 1/35 SSkra Flatcar.
Remember the late Aurora Model Co? If so, then you may remember their 1/48 Japanese Chi-Ha tank. ATLANTIS MODEL COMPANY has reissued this classic kit.
This is a review by Randy L Harvey of the book, Single Model No. 02, Russian ChTZ S-65 Tractor - S-65 City Tractor SM.02 from Rinaldi Studio Press by author Michael Rinaldi.
Review of this Osprey title from Steven J ZALOGA, #85 in 'Weapon' series, paperback, 80 pages, with text, illustrations, tables of information, and more than a few photographs.
Here we get a look at a Pen and Sword released titled 'Armoured Warfare in the British Army 1939-1945'.
THE SOVIET BALTIC OFFENSIVE, 1944-45 is a new book from Casemate Publishers, part of their Casemate Illustrated series. Key features are special artwork, maps and a wealth of previously unpublished photographs.
This is a review by Randy L Harvey of the book, Pakwagen SDKFZ 234/3 and 234/4 Heavy Armoured Cars German Army, Waffen-SS and Luftwaffe Units - Western and Eastern Fronts, 1944–1945 from Pen and Sword Books by author Dennis Oliver.
Here we take a look at the Pen and Sword release 'Battle Craft 3 - Battle of the Bulge'.
Review of Nuts & Bolts vol. 47, Horch's Leichte Panzerspähwagen on Einheitsfahrgestell I&II for s.Pkw Sd.Kfz. 221, 222, 223, 247, 260, 261 and variants