Modelling the late Panzerkampfwagen IV Ausf. F2, Panzer-Regiment 8, 15.Panzer-Division, Deutsches Afrika Korps, 1942By: Tom Cockle , Graham Turner
eBook Publisher: Random House
Imprint: Osprey Publishing
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The Panzerkampfwagen IV was the only German tank to have been produced continuously throughout the whole of World War II, going through several upgrades and improvements along the way. With the Panzerkampfwagen III, it provided the backbone of the Panzer Divisions over the years of both victory and defeat. This guide covers the Panzerkampfwagen IV Ausf. F2, Panzer-Regiment 8, 15.Panzer-Division, Deutsches Afrika Korps, 1942. This guide also features a gallery of other Panzer IV modelling projects. Further information for the modeller including a list of museums and collections, further reading, websites and a comprehensive list of available aftermarket products and kits of all scales is also available. This guide forms part of Osprey Modelling 38 Modelling the Late Panzerkampfwagen IV ebook.
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|Title of eBook: Modelling the late Panzerkampfwagen IV Ausf. F2, Panzer-Regiment 8, 15.Panzer-Division, Deutsches Afrika Korps, 1942|
|Release Date: 06-19-2012|
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|Publisher: Osprey Publishing|
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