Russian Tanks of World War II : 1939-1945
All the major and many minor tanks are featured, including every significant variation of the T-26 light tank, KV series and T-34 to see action on the Eastern Front. There are also chapters on the many types of self-propelled guns developed by Soviet industry, as well as Allied Lend-Lease AFVs, such as the British Churchill and Valentine tanks and American Sherman and Stuart tanks.
Each featured profile includes authentic markings and colour schemes, while every separate model is accompanied by exhaustive specifications.
Packed with 120 newly-commissioned, full-colour artworks with exhaustive specifications, Russian Tanks of World War II is a key reference guide for military modellers and World War II enthusiasts.
- Hardback | 128 pages
- 176 x 216 x 15mm | 500g
- 02 Jun 2017
- Amber Books Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- 120 artworks and 20 photos; 140 Illustrations, unspecified
Other books in this series
02 Jun 2017
02 Jun 2017
27 Jul 2021
14 Mar 2022
04 Aug 2020
14 Sep 2022
Table of contents
Light tanks of the 1920s and 1930s, including the T-18, T-26, T-40, T-50 and T-60.
2. Medium and Fast Tanks
Tanks such as the T-24, T-28 and BT fast tank series.
3. The T-34
The classic Soviet tank: includes the A-20 prototype, Model 1940, Model 1941, Model 1942 and Model 1943, plus the T-34/85 and the limited production T-44.
4. Heavy Tanks
Including the T-35, KV-I and KV-II, IS-1, IS-2 and IS-3 tanks.
5. Self-Propelled Guns
Includes the SU-76, SU-85, SU-100, SU-122, SU-152, ISU-122 and ISU-152.
6. Lend-Lease Tanks
Allied tanks like the M3, Sherman, Churchill, Matilda that were supplied to Russia by her allies and used on the Eastern Front.
Tanks compared, production numbers, losses
About Dr Stephen Hart