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Book dedicated to TauchPz IV available

March 14 2012 at 4:11 PM
craig ellis  (Login 8wheels-good)
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The book covers the TauchPz IVs use on exercises prior to Operation Barbarossa and during the conflict on the Eastern front during 1941. As the first book solely dedicated to the TauchPz IV a number of details revealed here have never previously been discussed. It is now available online at Blurb.com, follow the link below and enjoy the preview.

The information includes detailed analysis of the different specification for each Ausf as well as the units that used them and their associated markings and stowage. There are also images of TauchPz IIIs and a few glimpses of the SchwimmPz II.

This volume is 120 pages and contains: 98 period photos illustrating the vehicle in greater depth than ever before, the vast majority published for the first time, short appendix on the TauchPz III, diagrams and a section on modelling the vehicle to conclude the book.

Blurb is a print on demand website and the book is available in either softback, hardback with cover or imagewrapped.

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kylie newton
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What a cool book.

March 15 2012, 5:21 AM 

I had a look through on line and was amazed to see two photos showing the same wrecked vehicle, from two different angles, from the same period. Well done, I may just have to get this.


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