Panzerwrecks 1 is a first rate photo book for late-war German armor fans who desire large photos for their modeling and research projects. Its 96 pages contain over 100 rare and unpublished photos from archives and veterans' collections around the world, all reproduced as large as possible for maximum clarity. Comprehensive captions provide proper identification of units, vehicles and locations as well as comments on a vehicle's color, camouflage and markings. Readers will find a wealth of material on German AFVs facing the allies on the Western Front during the pivotal years 1944-45. Featured in this first volume are modified Panthers of the I./Pz.Rgt.26, Jagdtiger '323' of 3./s.Pz.Jg.Abt.653, and the seldom seen Panzer IV/70(A). Also included are photos of Flakpanzer 'Ostwind,' 'Elefant,' steel-wheel Panthers and a Sherman VC Beutepanzer.
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All 'Panzerwrecks' are co-authored by Lee Archer and William Auerbach. Lee Archer is a military vehicle historian living in Heathfield, Sussex (UK) with his wife and daughter. He previously designed master models for Accurate Armor in Scotland and has been a regular contributor to modeling magazines. William Auerbach lives in NY and has contributed to armor-related publications for many years and wrote 'Last of the Panzers' for Arms & Armor Press.
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