Friday, October 29, 2010 - 11:44 AM UTC
Issue 101 of Steel Masters and #13 of Tank Zone have arrived in our mailbox. This months issues cover the usual wide variety of topics and subjects. As usual the text is in French and the pictures are high quality.
Steel Masters No.101 (Oct/Nov 2010)
- Historique: les Blindes en Algerie 1946-1954
- Bulldozer D9
- Aerosan RF-8
- Hotchkiss H-39
- Stug III Ausf. G et BA-10
- KV-85
- T-80
- Panzer I Ausf.B Ambulance
- Sdkfz. 232

Tank Zone 13 (Oct/Nov 2010)
- See internal cover image for content.
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Why do the French get all the cool magazines? I used to pick up Steel Masters all the time when they had English translation on the captions. I thumb threw both mags now and again at the hobby shop. Now it's hard to justify the cost of either the magazine, or learning how to read French!? LOL Great post Jim, Mark L.
OCT 29, 2010 - 07:21 PM
Mark the French are saying exactly the same (being cool) about English written magazines Concerning the price, I agree with you. I think / guess it depends on multiple factors of which the "rather low" number of published copies, the numerous foreign language articles that make it necessary to have a professional translator and so on. In the end, I personnally only buy the copies with articles I really want to read in details and keep for future projects. Olivier
OCT 29, 2010 - 11:01 PM

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