By George Bradford
In accordance with meticulous examine of exact autos, reputable pictures, manufacturing unit requirements, and, every now and then, the unique layout plans, George Bradfords drawings of worldwide conflict II armored struggling with automobiles are rendered with nice precision and in precise scale delivering army fans and modelers an important reference on those metal chariots of warfare. This quantity covers British autos equivalent to the Cruiser, Matilda, Crusader, Churchill, Cromwell, and the Valentine.
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British Armored Fighting Vehicles (World War II AFV Plans) by George Bradford