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Panzer Colors III: Camouflage of the German Panzer Forces 1939-1945 (repost)
Author: Димарик

Panzer Colors III: Camouflage of the German Panzer Forces 1939-1945 (Squadron Signal 6253)
1984 | ISBN: 0897471563 | English | 98 Pages | PDF | 381 MB
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Squadron Signal 6253 - Panzer Colors III: Markings of the German Panzer Forces 1939 - 45
Author: cimx

Squadron Signal 6253 - Panzer Colors III: Markings of the German Panzer Forces 1939 - 45
Squadron/Signal | B. Culver | 1984 | 98 Pages | ISBN: 0897471563 | PDF | 38 Mb
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squadron/signal publications - Panzer Colors 1-3
Author: TankTiger


squadron/signal publications - 6251
Panzer Colors (Camouflage of the German Army Panzer Forces 1939-45)
by Bruce Culver & Bill Murphy | ISBN 0-89747-057-5

squadron/signal publications - 6252
Panzer Colors II (Markings of the German Army Panzer Forces 1939-45)
by Bruce Culver | ISBN 0-89747-069-9

squadron/signal publications - 6253
Panzer Colors III (Markings of the German Panzer Forces 1939-45)
by Bruce Culver | ISBN 0-89747-156-3
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Panzer Colors, Vol. III: Markings of the German Army Panzer Forces 1939-45 (Repost)
Author: Oleksandr74

Bruce Culver - Markings of the German Army Panzer Forces 1939-45
Squadron/Signal Publications | 1984 | ISBN: 0897471563 | English | 98 pages | PDF | 38.46 MB
Panzer Colors, Vol. III
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Marder III & Grille
Author: Oleksandr74

Vladimir Francev, Charles K. Kliment - Marder III & Grille
MBI | 2001 | ISBN: 8090223885 | Czech/English | 96 pages | PDF | 36.31 MB

The huge success of the PzKpfw 38(t) tank quickly led to thoughts of turning it into a self-propelled gun. The chassis was well suited for this and the Marder III was born. This book provides a complete view of the PzKpfw 38(t) chassis during the Second World War.
The 38(t) became the chassis for a wide variety of self-propelled guns, ranging from 20mm to 149mm in size. Along with this range of weaponry came a wide variety of color schemes, as these vehicles found their way into just about every front during the Second World War. Interestingly, while the PzKpfw 38(t) found its way into the armies of many European countries, the self-propelled guns remained mainly a German vehicle. This is reflected in the color profile section, with all but one being depicted in German markings (the remaining one is Czech).
Scale drawings accompany the large selection of photos, giving an excellent visual outline of the life of the self-propelled guns based on the Panzer 38(t) chassis. In addition to this is an extremely well-written text, again in both Czech and English, covering both the technical differences between the variants and the operations of the vehicles. Details
Panzerkampfwagen III and IV: 1939-45
Author: lout

Panzerkampfwagen III and IV: 1939-45 By Tom Cockle
Publisher: Concord Publications 2008 | 80 Pages | ISBN: 9623611463 | PDF | 79 MB
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Achtung Panzer Tank: The German Invasion of France & the Low Countries
Author: lout

Achtung Panzer Tank: The German Invasion of France & the Low Countries (Armor at War 7041) By Jon Feenstra
Publisher: Concord Publications 2002 | 72 Pages | ISBN: 962361683X | PDF | 25 MB
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Panzers in the Gunsights (Armor At War Series 7055)
Author: vihot

Panzers in the Gunsights (Armor At War Series 7055)
Concord | 2005 | ISBN: 9623610939 | 74 Pages | PDF | 55 MB
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AFV-G2 - A Magazine for Armor Enthusiasts (1973, Vol. 4 No. 5)
Author: mcrimea

AFV-G2 - A Magazine for Armor Enthusiasts (June 1973, Vol. 4 No. 5)
English | June 1973 | 35 pgs. | PDF | 26MB
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Lawrence D. "Butch" Morris - Testament: A Conduction Collection (2005) [Limited Edition 10CD BoxSet] {New World Records}
Author: ruskaval

Lawrence D. "Butch" Morris - Testament: A Conduction Collection (2005) [Limited Edition 10CD BoxSet] {New World Records}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (image)+CUE+LOG -> 2.97 Gb | MP3 @320 -> 1.47 Gb | Artwork | 5% repair rar
© 2005 New World Records | New World 80478-2
Jazz / Electronic / Avant-Garde Jazz / Structured Improvisation / Experimental Ensemble

Butch Morris, RIP. The ceaselessly innovative and searching composer and Butch Morris died yesterday in New York. He had been under treatment of cancer for several years. Morris was 65. He developed an approach to big band music that he called conduction. It made demands on musicians by insisting on intensive, intuitive listening, reaction and interaction. The effort involved adjustment to Morris’s highly personalized methods of conducting while simultaneously composing and arranging through a system of cues and hand motions.
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