Monday, November 25, 2013 - 09:11 AM UTC
Kagero Publishing have just sent us in a preview of their latest titles scheduled for November. Amongst Their latest releases, is one book dedicated to the Jagdpanther.

Kagero Publishing is proud to announce five new books which will be ready for shipping after the 25th November 2013. We would also like to inform that we’re going to start a contest for all modellers who use decals included in our publications. The competition will start in January 2014. We’re going to give away dozens of prizes, so if you’re going to start building a kit soon, please consider using our decals. More details will soon be announced. We are also having a Christmas sale in our webshop http://shop.kagero.pl/lang/en currently. The discount prices can be viewed after logging in to one’s account in our shop.

Title: Jagdpanther
Authors: Łukasz Gładysiak, Adam Rejmak, Krzysztof Mucha

Self-propelled tank destroyers constituted an essential component of the Third Reich’s armoured arm. Vehicles, which were especially useful in defensive warfare, in which the German army found itself after losing strategic initiative on the Eastern Front in the summer 1943 and following the Allied landing in Italy and France, with time began to effectively compete in armoured sub-units with classic tanks. One of the largest vehicles of that type was Sd.Kfz. 173 Jagdpanther, based on the chassis of the famous Panther tank..
108 pages, English text, 17 b&w archive photos, 71 colour walkaround photos, colour profiles of 8 vehicles, 39 colour 3D renders.

Available in Kagero webshop.

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