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Blitzkrieg Armor Volumes III & IV and Beutepanzers are coming!

We get closer and closer to completion on these books every day. The photos are excellent and, as is frequently the case, I have to finally force myself out of the “photo collection phase” and get around to actually producing the book. I get my head into some of these subjects and before I know […]

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Blitzkrieg Armor: New Volumes are on the way

It has been awhile since Blitzkrieg Armor Volumes One and Two were released. But never fear, more are on their way, and soon (hopefully by the Holiday season). I have a wealth of photos of early World War II armored vehicles and artillery, and Volumes Three and Four will feature many never-before-published images (a number […]

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New Book: Flakpanzers

Can I honestly say that a book, particularly one of my own making, actually “snuck up” on me? In this case, that is really what happened. I had been collecting up photos on this subject for some time, but it never really felt like the project was coming together. Then a number of photos came in a rush, and I worked with David Doyle and Heiner Duske (from Nuts & Bolts) and suddenly there was a photo study on Flakpanzers.

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World War II Ordnance Illustrated Special Issue “APG 1946″

While Issue Seven is currently in the works and very close to being ready for print, so is another issue of our semi-regularly-produced magazine. Our very first “Special Issue” is a slightly expanded edition covering the incredible collection of captured Axis armored vehicles at Aberdeen Proving Grounds shortly after World War II.

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Blitzkrieg Armor Volumes III and IV in the works

I have spent a great deal of time collecting up the images to prepare these books. Originally, I had planned on creating a single, “combined” volume that would cover both the Eastern and Western fronts of the Blitz era. That has now been revised as I have more than enough photos to cover both fronts in great detail, and so Armor Plate Press will produce two more volumes.

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German AFVs of World War One

This book was a bit of a surprise. I had long been interested in the German A7V tank, and I had collected a few photos of the vehicle over time. However, I never would have suspected that I could pull together an entire photo study on this topic. As so often happens, while I was researching another topic, I came across a treasure trove of images completely unrelated to what I was originally researching.

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