Read review, 'Images of War. German Self-Propelled Artillery at War 1940-1945. Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives.' | Armorama™

This book analyses the development of the numerous variants of German self-propelled artillery that came into service as these formidable weapon systems were adapted and up-gunned to face the ever-increasing enemy threat. With rare and often published photographs this book provides a unique insight into German self-propelled artillery from its early triumphant war years to final defeat in 1945.

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Thank you for the excellent review of the book. Will definitely purchase a copy should I see it in the discounted bargin bin.


This will be a good reference when I break out my Tamiya Wespe and Dragon Hummel. I see a diorama in that picture of the crewman on the telephone behind that pitiful cover in yhe winter scene.