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Blitzkrieg Armor on the move

The long-awaited volumes three and four of the Blitzkrieg Armor series are being worked on at present and will be available in early 2013. The photos are all collected (and there are some really nice images in there) and now, well, all I have to do is write the captions. Easier said than done but […]

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The Armor Plate Press calendars are almost here!

It’s hard to believe but we are almost ready to say goodbye to 2012. However, that means we get to say hello to the 2013 edition of the Jeep, Panzer, Luftwaffe, Sherman and American Firepower calendars. The calendars are at the printers and I will start shipping these orders by the middle of October. So […]

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Issue 8 is here!

Get the latest high-explosive issue of WWII Ordnance Illustrated. This ticking time bomb of weapons history features articles that cover: U.S. hand grenades, the Soviet DP-28 light machine gun, the British STEN submachinegun, and the German Sturmpanzer IV.  In our “Live Ordnance” column, Chuck DeRoller talks about the growing popularity of “Russian-Captured” Mauser K98 rifles […]

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Blitzkrieg Armor Volume III The Western Front

This book, along with Volume IV (Eastern Front) is going into the final stages of production. Sneak preview: this volume contains Belgian AFVs and anti-tank guns. Honestly, it really does. I can’t remember ever seeing so many photos of Belgian AFVs as I have in this book. Sneak preview II:  I am a big fan […]

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World War II Ordnance Illustrated Issue 9

Did someone mention Issue 9? But Tom, Issue 8 isn’t even for sale yet, so how could this be possible? Are you in fact working on producing two issues within two months? Are you committing to no longer being a good-for-nothing, lazy, and distracted editor?  The answers to those questions are “yes” and “no”, not […]

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World War II Ordnance Illustrated Issue 8

Issue 8 bursts onto the battlefield and into your living room with great photos and stories that cover: the German Sturmpanzer IV, the British Sten Gun SMG, the Soviet DP-28 light machine gun, and U.S. hand grenades. Chuck DeRoller gives us an education on collecting “Russian-Captured” Mauser rifles. The whole darn thing looks great from […]

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The gun that shot down the Axis

I just got this cool new title in, and shame on me for not telling many people about it ahead of time. This 60-page photo study in our USAAF Photo Journal format covers the famous Browning M2 .50 caliber aircraft machine guns (as well as the .50 caliber MGs used as anti-aircraft guns).

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Tank War: World War One

Ever since I did “German AFVs of World War One” a couple of years ago, I’ve been fascinated with the clanking metal monsters of the Great War. It is just in development now, but I am working on a new title that features a ton of great photos I have found of World War One […]

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The gun that shot down the Axis

We’re getting close on a new title about the .50 caliber machine gun in World War II. This USAAF Photo Journal “Special Edition” will feature the .50 caliber machine guns as mounted in American fighters and bombers in World War II, plus good sections on USAAF use of “the fifty” as an anti-aircraft gun. We […]

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American Firepower book updates: The M1911 Pistol book will be here soon!

I’ve had some production delays in this book but we have it together and the photos are great! I know you pistol fans have been waiting a long time on this one and I will get it to you as soon as I can. Right now I would say June looks like a likely arrival […]

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