Friday, September 09, 2011 - 06:39 AM UTC
The French publication by Histoire & Collections that was formerly known as 'Tank Zone' has a new name. The new moniker is 'Tank & Military Vehicles' with a subtitle of 'Historie - Restauration - Collection'. The magazine has always been heavy on images with text in French and that remains the same.
The first issue of the re-launched zine has the following sections this month.

- UNIVEM collection in Paris, France
- Sd.Kfz 250 (history and restoration)
- Red Ball Express (re-enactors create a convoy)
- Herman Goring Division in Sicily (history)
- Celles 2011 (show, road trip)
- LT vz.35 (history)
- The Jerrycan (history)
- Dodge T214-WC 54 3/4 ton (history)
- 105mm M2A1, M2A2 carriage (history)
- Laffly S20 (history)
- LCVP, June 6th Utah Beach (history, reenactment)
- High Speed Tractor M5 (restoration)
- Festival of History in Marle, France (show)
- Liberation d'Anet (event)

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Jim, Like I wrote in the other H&C thread, please edit the typos, it's "Histoire & Collections" (as can be read on the company logo), not "Historie & Collections". Nitpicking aside, I bought this issue in late July and found it really good, although I'm not too keen on the MV collector angle. The HG in Sicily article is very interesting with excellent photographs. Cheers, Christophe
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