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Scouts Out by Robert J. Edwards
Scouts Out by Robert J. Edwards
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I got this book as I feel overall there are very few other books on this topic with this kind of detail. I am sure this book would be of benefit to avid modellers as well as anyone with a passing interest in German Armour and I cannot recommend this title strongly enough, for the price alone.. this deserves 5 stars. `

It does contain lots of photos of German armoured reconnaissance units in World War II, some I have 'never-seen-before'. It gives a sound examination of the development of the reconnaissance force and how Germany rehearsed this and finally put into to action. It covers all types- :light armoured cars, command-and-control vehicles, foreign armoured cars… Read more
Rifle Green in the Peninsula: Volume III by George Caldwell
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Bugle Horn again following on with their excellent previous vols ... Rifle Green in the Peninsula: v. 1:.... & [[ASIN:0951660047 Rifle Green in the Peninsula: v. 2.....have produce Vol 3 to bring us the battles of Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz and the battles of Salamanca and Vitoria. As with the previous vols in the series there is detailed information on individual awards (MGS Clasp Salamanca for example).

Superb series on this often misunderstood period of history.
Rifle Green in the Peninsula: v. 2 by George Caldwell
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Bugle Horn Publications have added the welcome second volume of this series Rifle Green in the Peninsula: v. 1: An Account of the 95th Foot in the Peninsular Campaign of 1808-14Rifle Green in the Peninsula: Volume III..and its follows the 95th through the battles of Talavera, Busaco, Barrosa and Fuentes de Onoro, along with lists of MGS Clasp and Medal

The illustrations from James Dann again bring the period to life and the captions are very well done and specific attention is paid to naming the individuals illustrated. As with Vol 1 this excellent publication… Read more

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