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The new book from Inside The Armour is devoted to Soviet armoured vehicles in service with other nations. Seven models from known names
Soviet designed and built armour from the days of he Cold War and the Warsaw Pact has fought around the world in four continents in wars for over 60 years. This book looks at subjects as diverse as a Shilka in Iraq, to T54 in Vietnam, to a BMP in Afghanistan to see these workhorses of modern conflict modelled in action.

The work of seven modellers is shown through 180 full colour pages. They are Andy Taylor, Ivan Cocker, Josť Brito, Ken Abrams, Kristof Pulinckx, Norio Takemura, Chris Meddings.

There is also a special Feature on painting figures for AFV Modellers by Alex Long

The book includes a Photo etch fret from Voyager models and a sheet of decals.

It is available for pre order at Inside The Armour website
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There is also a reference photo section by Patrick Winnepenninckx!
AUG 01, 2016 - 09:18 PM
Does anyone know if there are any distributers in North America for this book? (It would certainly save shipping charges if there were.) Dave
AUG 01, 2016 - 09:41 PM
There will be Dave, ITA already sell to Stevens International, Boomers Books, Last Cavalry and Panzer Concepts. Contact these or your favourite book store to express an interest and I'm sure it will be in stock shortly after print
AUG 01, 2016 - 10:32 PM
Thank you Mr. Meddings. I hadn't heard of Last Cavalry, and they seem to have quite an impressive stock (including ITA's Churchill book). I'll definitely be checking back with them. Dave
AUG 02, 2016 - 02:02 AM
Dave, the owner of Last Cavalry (also named Dave) is one of the nicest guys in the hobby. Buy from him with confidence!
AUG 02, 2016 - 02:13 AM
other reference from well documented publisher.
AUG 02, 2016 - 02:17 AM
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