on 3 July 2011
As usual, another highly competent publication by David Fletcher.
The MkV and its derivatives have not had the greatest attention, but this book starts filling some of the gaps. Good photographs, but the brevity of the publication leaves one begging for more!
If only David would do a publication on all the lesser-known modifications of the WWI tanks like Geoffrey Futter did on the "Funnies" of WWII.
on 14 April 2011
Superb follow-up to David's books on the Mark I and Mark IV tanks. Arrived this morning, read by this evening. As before, full of fascinating details, rare photos and great drawings. A real authority on the subject.
If you're interested in WW1 tanks, buy without fear.
David - when are you doing one on the Whippets??
on 4 May 2011
Standard Osprey book , neat colour drawings and plenty of photos and a cut away drawing, very briref history etc,perfect for a top up of knowledge on this handsome tank, handy for model makers thinking about the Emhar kit.