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Rate of Fire AFV Supplement By Mark Sims
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The AFV supplement Is an expansion for the Rate of Fire World War II skirmish rules. This 48 page book covers tanks, soft vehicles, halftracks, SP guns, artillery, anti tank as well as infantry guns... More > and weapons. New rules cover vehicle hit locations, specific crew positions and survival roles, special ammunition types, HE and small arms against soft targets as well as artillery against AFV’s. Inside you will find over 500 separate vehicle data sets for German, US, British & Commonwealth, Japanese, Russian, Polish and Italian forces. Each vehicle has details of its main and secondary weapons, front and sides/rear armour factors for hull and turret, three speed brackets, crew numbers, positions and tasks as well as special notes and equipment. This Rate of Fire AFV supplement has plenty of information that can be used with other WWII games but it is not a complete set of rules on its own. You’ll need a copy of the main Rate of Fire WWII Skirmish Rules to gain the most from this supplement.< Less
World War 2 In Review: German Fighting Vehicles No. 1 By Ray Merriam
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Merriam Press World War 2 In Review Series. First eBook Edition 2017. Pictorial coverage with concise histories of the following German AFVs: (1) Panzerkampfwagen IV medium tank (SdKfz 161). (2)... More > Jagdpanzer IV and Panzer IV/70 tank destroyer (SdKfz 162). (3) Panzerwerfer rocket launcher half-track (SdKfz 4/1). (4) German Armored Fighting Vehicle Production During World War II. 436 B&W/color photos/illustrations.< Less
Tanks Are Mighty Fine Things By Wesley W. Stout
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An account of Chrysler's contribution to the war effort, specifically their manufacture of thousands of tanks (M3, M4, M26 Mediums) and other tracked armored vehicles. It tells the story of the men... More > and women who designed and built the vehicles and the men at the front who used them to win the war. Originally published in 1946. 142 pages, 67 B&W photos, 24 color photos, 18 color illustrations (including M4 medium tank cutaway).< Less
A Survey of Tank Warfare In Europe from 6 June to 12 August 1944 By H.G. Gee
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Merriam Press World War 2 History No. 23. First eBook Edition, 2015. This is a new edition of British Army Operational Research Group (AORG) Memorandum No. C6 originally issued in 1952. This study... More > was undertaken in order to examine the supposition that weight of numbers was the deciding factor in tank battles after 1942. Coverage begins with the historical aspect of the armored fighting in Normandy, followed by an analysis of tank actions, and applies the results to possible future war with the Soviets. CONTENTS: (1) The Historical Aspect of the Fighting in Normandy (2) Analysis of Tank Actions (3) Application of Results to Possible Future War (Appendix 1) Sources of Information (Appendix 2) Summary of Actions and General Analysis (Appendix 3) Estimated Strengths of German Formations 19 July 1944 (Appendix 4) Enemy Dispositions 16 July 1944. 3 cover photos, 4 maps, 9 tables.< Less
Mount Up! We're Moving Out! By Vernon H. Brown, Jr.
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Merriam Press Military Monograph MM59 (Sixth Edition, 2012). The author manned a .50-cal. machine gun in a "Peep" (jeep) as a member of D Troop, 94th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron,... More > Mechanized, 14th Armored Division. Later, he became the gunner of an M8 armored car. The story starts with their shipment overseas on the troopship Gen. James A. Parker, landing in Marseilles, France. Their first foray into combat is in early December 1944. The rest of the story unfolds as the author and his unit move inexorably towards Germany and the end of the war. The story will be familiar to all veterans, with episodes of camaraderie, laughter, combat, fear, losses, tears, peace and joy. This is not a war story, nor is it a story about war; rather it is a story about men whose lives happened to become entangled in a war. 71 photos and illustrations.< Less
Final Combat By Bennett P. Lacy
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Predicated on character attributes, Final Combat is a 1:1 set of skirmish wargaming rules for role-playing and miniatures that provides a realistic close quarter battle simulation for squad level... More > engagements of WWII. Although this book contains rules for armored combat, data sheets for individual tanks are not included. Anthology of Armor is a companion volume to this book, and it provides the necessary data for almost 200 AFVs.< Less
Final Combat By Bennett P. Lacy
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Predicated on character attributes, Final Combat is a 1:1 set of skirmish wargaming rules for role-playing and miniatures that provides a realistic close quarter battle simulation for squad level... More > engagements of WWII. Although this book contains rules for armored combat, data sheets for individual tanks are not included. Anthology of Armor is a companion volume to this book, and it provides the necessary data for almost 200 AFVs.< Less
Signs of War By Michael Dorosh
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When Ken McKenzie finished his combat service with the Calgary Highlanders in 1945, he travelled down the Lines of Communication of the 21st Army Group with his camera. Presented here for the benefit... More > of scale modellers, reenactors, vehicle collectors, set decorators, computer game modders and other hobbyists are 70 pages and over 100 contemporary photos showing a wide variety of the "signs of war" visible in Northwest Europe in 1944-45.< Less
Tank-Fighter Team By Lt. Robert M. Gerard
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The French mechanized units fought valiantly and oftentimes successfully against overwhelming odds, as they attempted to stave off the German sweep across the Lowlands and northern France. Such a... More > unit was the Groupe Franc of which Lt. Gerard was second in command. In numerous engagements his Groupe repulsed and held back the advancing Germans while the body of the French Army retreated from one position to another, never making the final stand which France and the whole world (including the enemy) awaited. Lieutenant Gerard tells the story of the actions in which his Groupe participated, of how it maneuvered and how it fought. The dogged, indomitable, persistently intelligent leadership of the captain commanding the Groupe stands forth as a splendid example of initiative and endurance for all leaders of fighting men. Originally published in 1943 by the The Infantry Journal. 152 pages, 7 maps, 3 illus.< Less
Fuel to the Troops By John G. Sullivan
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This story is a tribute to those men of the 689th Engineer Petroleum Distribution (EPD) Company, providing the necessary fuels for the vehicles involved in fighting their way into Germany in 1944-45.... More > Told through the eyes of one of their comrades, John Sullivan recounts these individual sacrifices and lived though the many challenges every day for two years. It provides a behind-the-scenes look at daily operations and those untold stories from America’s “Greatest Generation.” 92 photos, 6 documents, 2 drawings, 1 map.< Less