S**t happens, especially when shipping books. The case in point here is a hardbacked book weighing in at just under 2Kg, going by the name of Superking. Cutting to the chase, I have a limited amount of this rather good and extremely informative book with corner damage. Before you run away at the thought of missing pages and dripping in marmalade, it’s the corners – they won’t pass muster for a perfect book, but they don’t detract from the readability at all. Go on. Bag a bargain at £49.99, but when they’re gone, they’re gone.
For reasons lost to time, I managed to mirror the image of the Tiger II on page 262 of Duel in the Mist 3. Apologies for being a buffoon – it’s completely my fault and not the authors.
Mario Lippert contacted us recently regarding Panzerwrecks 14, he writes:
On page 28 and 29 is a Panther near a railway line. I attached 3 stills which show the same Panther (in my opinion), I think it´s also from the Halbe pocket.
On the last page is a Tiger II wreck in Pillau, you write it´s of s.SS.Pz.Abt. 503. But it´s actually of s.Pz.Abt 505, and thanks to the good quality of the photo we can see it´s of the 3. company, you can see a ‘3’ on the gun mantlet. And with a bit fantasy we can see the “Zimmerit cut out” on the turret side.
A number of people have pointed out that the fourth turret on page 93 (with the gun pointing to the left) is actually a Porsche designed example. This explains why we see an early type loader’s hatch.
Thanks to all that have sharp eyes.