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Leszek Moczulski

Editore: AJ Press, Poland
ISBN 10: 8372371954 / ISBN 13: 9788372371959
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(Subject: Land Vehicles & Weapons - Gunpower Series) The first of three volumes describes development of the tank from Harland and Wolff's A20 project, the A22 tank by Vauxhall, leading to design and development of the Churchill. Chapters deal with special variants of the vehicle including flamethrowers, combat engineers' versions, engineering and recovery vehicles and Gun Carriers. Includes 9 pages of 1/35 scale plans and 28 3D colour plates. Anglo/Polish text (Published: 2008) (Publisher: AJ Press, Poland) (ISBN: 9788372371959) (Pagination: A4 format, 176pp, 190 b/w photos, 3 colour photos, scale plans, 28 colour plates) (Condition: New in card cover) UL-XXXXXX. Codice inventario libreria 35207-01

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Riassunto: A fantastic new addition to the Gun Powder series, Churchill is the first of three volumes describing the British infantry tank Churchill. Production of the Churchill began in 1941 with the development of the A20 tank by Harland & Wolff. As the war progressed the A20 was adapted and improved by Vauxhall and became the A22. The Churchill, known for its heavy armour and versatility on the battlefield, was named after Winston Churchill who had spent time during World War I developing the tank. Churchill looks at the history, design and development of the tank and deals extensively with the special variants of the vehicle including flame throwers, combat engineers versions, engineering and recovery vehicles. Included are plans and CAD illustrations of the Mk.I/II and III gun tanks. The book also includes an array of detailed images from 3D graphics to photographs and drawings. This is a comprehensive and valuable book for the modeller and historian alike.

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