Red Machines 1: T-60 Small Tank & Variants Russian tank book
T-60 Small Tank & Variants is the first in a new series from Canfora Design and Publishing. The book covers this often overlooked light AFV from planning to production to combat and beyond. The T-60 formed the basis of many variants; anti-aircraft, rocket artillery and even a flying tank! All of these vehicles are described fully in text and images, providing top-notch inspiration for modellers. Quick stats: 176 pages, 250+ photos, eight colour profiles & 8 drawings.
The perfect reference companion to Mini-Art kit 35215
Authors: James Kinnear & Yuri Pasholok
No of Photos: 250+
No of Colour Profiles: 8
No of Drawings: 8
No of Pages: 176
Physical: Hardcover, 280x210mm, portrait
About the Authors
James Kinnear was born in the UK in 1959. James has researched Russian military hardware following his first visit to the Soviet Union in 1973. Since then he has written hundreds of articles on Soviet and Russian military technology. A Russian speaker, he has studied the subject from within the military-intelligence community and as a civilian author.
Yuri Pasholok was born in 1979 in Moscow. He began to seriously study the history of armoured vehicles from 2002 when working as a historical consultant on game projects relating to the Second World War. Between 2008 and 2013, Yuri worked at the Central Museum of the Great Patriotic War, during which time he published his first book on armoured vehicles. Yuri’s primary focus is now the study of the development and history of Soviet armoured vehicles 1920-1950.