By Thomas L.; Hilary Louis Doyle Jentz
Provided for the 1st time in any ebook is the attention-grabbing historical past of the Bergepanzerwagen dependent completely on unique records. those absolutely tracked armored restoration autos have been built because the German Panzers grew to become heavier and tougher to recuperate. contains infrequent photographs and actual 1:35 scale multiview drawings illustrate models of the Bergepanzer 38, the Bergepanzer III, the Bergepanzer IV, the Berge-Panzer VI, and models of the Bergepanther (Ausf.D and Ausf.G)
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