Panzerwrecks 19

Yugoslavia

Lee Archer, Bojan Dimitrijevic

Panzerwrecks 19: 151 rare and unpublished large format photographs about the German fighting vehicles in Yugoslavia.
Date Published :
December 2015
Publisher :
Panzerwrecks
Language:
English
Series :
Panzerwrecks
Illustration :
151 large format black & white photographs
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Binding. : Paperback
ISBN : 9781908032126
Pages : 96
Dimensions : 8.25 X 11 inches
Stock Status : In stock
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$29.95

Overview
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How did partisans improve the firepower of the Somua S35? And where did it end up? Who was ambushed at Vukov Klanac? What vehicles did they lose? Why did a German Panzer unit pose as Allied tankers? Where did the Yugoslav Army collect and overhaul captured German AFVs? 

The answers to these and other questions are to be found here in Panzerwrecks 19, with 151 rare and unpublished large format photographs sourced from around the world.

About The Author
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Lee Archer is a military vehicle historian living in Old Heathfield Sussex with his family. He previously designed master models for Accurate Armour of Scotland and was a regular contributor to model magazines.

Bojan Dimitrijevic is working as a historian and is Deputy Director of the Institute for Contemporary History, Belgrade, Serbia. Educated at the Universities of Belgrade and Novi Sad, CEU Budapest and the University of Bradford, he has also worked as the custodian of the Yugoslav Aviation Museum. During the period 2003-2009, Dimitrijevic served as advisor to the Minister of Defense, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the President of Serbia, and as Assistant to the Minister of Defense. He has published over 50 different books and more than 100 scientific articles in Serbia and abroad. His professional interest is in the military history of the former Yugoslavia and Balkans in World War Two, the Cold War as well as wars in the 1990s.

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