Search:
Home Page
Store Policies
Shipping
Recent Arrivals
 
Aircraft
Automobiles
Figures
Military
Naval
Paints
Reference
  Air References
  Armor
  Figures
  Naval

Sci-Fi & Space
Games
Clearance
 
 
 
Model Warehouse
3490 Buzzard Rd
Manchester, KY 40962

606-599-1742
sales@modelwarehouse.biz
 
 
 

Reference > Armor > CON7029

View additional images

  

CON7029

German Sturmartillerie at War Vol. 1
Author : Frank V. De Sisto 
Publisher : Concord Publications

Format: Soft Cover
Status: In Stock (Ships in 2-3 days)

$ 15.25     Available: 1     Back

Quantity:    


Description CON7029
Pages: 72
Format: Softcover
Reference Book.
Printed in Hong Kong

Suggested Retail: ($16.95)
Weight : 10 Ounces

Books are shipped US Postal Service Domestic Media Mail

Email for International shipping rates

Features German Sturmartillerie at War Vol. 1
- 72 Pages
- 163 Photos
- 16 Color plates

Sturmartillerie came about due to the efforts of Erich von Manstein, with this new branch designed to support infantry assaults with self-propelled vehicles. It was distinct from the Panzers as it was designed to work closely with the infantry. To fulfill this vision, a whole new series of vehicles was designed. The first and most common numerically was the Sturmgeschütz III. Later, other vehicle types such as the StuG IV were added to the ranks.

This new book, the first volume in a comprehensive two-part study of German Sturmartillerie in WWII, is the work of Frank De Sisto,. The book begins with an explanation of the various StuG III Ausfuhrungen (models). The Ausf. G was the ultimate version of StuG III, so a description is given of its essential data and characteristics. The introductory text also covers the organization of Sturmgeschütz units. In typical Concord style, the book is brimming with black-and-white photos of StuGs in action. Photos show all the various production madels from Ausf. A through to Ausf. G, and they span combat operations from 1940-1945. Readers wishing to see the StuG in action will be thrilled by the variety of pictures on offer, from the city streets of France in 1940, to the dusty summer of Operation Barbarossa, to the desperate winter of 1944/45 on the Eastern Front.

The center of the book gives pride of place to 16 plates by Laurent Lecocq, these showing relevant tactical markings and camouflage schemes in full color. The StuG III, StuG IV and even the Sturmpanzer IV all have their turn in the limelight in this stimulating and enthralling account of Sturmartillerie in action.


Flat Rate Shipping - $9.95
On Domestic Orders Of $100 Or More
SSL