Panzerwrecks 12 P90 Location Update

Panzerwrecks 12 P90

Greetings Panzerwreckers. David Šolc has been in touch with a location update from Marek Sekanina for the Sd.Kfz.250 on page 90 of Panzerwrecks 12. Over to David: I have for you next little update for page 90 from Panzerwrecks 12. My colleague Marek Sekanina drew my attention to the website of the village Hrabová, where […]

Panzerwrecks 23: Insignias update

Sturmgeschütz Brigade 242 insignia

Greetings Panzerwreckers, Karlheinz Münch and I have been in correspondence about many and varied things of late. After receiving his copy of Panzerwrecks 23: Italy 3, he updated me as to the colour of the Sturmgeschütz Brigade 242 insignias. Over to Karlheinz (translated from the German original): The colour of the 3rd battery of all […]

Moving the goal posts

Royal Mail Logo

Greetings Panzerwreckers As of today, new postal rates apply to certain destinations. In their wisdom, Royal Mail have changed their ‘zones’. For those in Australia, New Zealand & Singapore, this is positive news, as the price has dropped. Conversely for some destinations that had enjoyed ‘European’ shipping rates, these have increased. Notably, Switzerland, Russia and […]

Panzerwrecks 3 – Jagdtiger location

Panzerwrecks 3 - Iserlohn

I received a message from Javier Tome regarding the ‘parade’ of s.Pz.Jg.Abt.512 vehicles from the Schillerplatz in Iserlohn. Javier has identified that the US Signal Corps cameraman was in Mendener Strasse, facing number 87 on the corner. Thanks for sharing this Javier.

Panzerwrecks 19 P41 – location update

Screengrab

Stefano Di Giusto and I have been corresponding recently with regard to Pz.Kpfw.IIIs in Austria and photographed by Allied servicemen after the war. During the course of our discussions, Stefano found the location of the Pz.Kpfw.III Ausf.N from Pz.Abt.212 shown on page 41 of Panzerwrecks 19. Click through to see the location in Google Street […]

Forgotten Archives 3: Altenahr Then & Now

Altenahr

Way back in August, I received an email from Jürgen Stähle regarding the two photos taken in Altenahr on pages 204 & 205 of Forgotten Archives 3. Over to Jürgen: “Congratulations to another well researched and documented Panzerwrecks product which I received last week. Living in the Bonn-Cologne area the River Ahr Valley and the […]

Felipe Rodna’s Artwork

Felipe Rodna's artwork

It all started in early 2015 when I was contacted via the Panzerwrecks Facebook page by an unknown artist named Felipe Rodna, offering to create colour profiles. Discussions ensued, but the late Bill Auerbach was reticent, so the idea of including his artwork was shelved. Fast-forward to late 2015, when I was laying out my […]

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