Bradford's line drawings of AFV's have been around for years and are a well researched reference for any AFV modeling enthusiast. In this volume we are presented with four and five view plans of vehicles of the "other" Allied and Axis countries. We are given examples of afv's from Italy, Japan, Hungary, Romania, France, Canada, South Africa, Australia, Poland, Begium and Czechoslovakia. Many are pre-war designs seen in the early war years, some are more obscure vehicles that are unlikely to be produced in model kit form. It is here where Mr. Bradford's efforts really pay off. If you've ever wanted to scratch build a 1/35 scale model of France's AMC Schneider Citroen-Kegresse half-tracked armored car then this is the book for you. There are eighty-seven different vehicle plans reproduced in 1/72, 1/48 or 1/35 scale, That's a lot for such a slim volume. The majority of the plans are in 1/35 scale, a scale conversion guide is printed on page six that provides the enlargement or reduction percentages for making copies in your prefered scale. I would recommend this and any George Bradford book of plans for serious AFV modelers and other historians.