Panzerwrecks 20 P38 Location Update

Panzerwrecks-20-P38

Greetings Panzerwreckers, Tamás Enyedi recently dropped me a line with an exact location for the Panzer IV/70(V) on page 38 of Panzerwrecks 20: Ostfront 3. Tamás says: When I was reading the 20th panzerwrecks edition I found an incorrect city designation. Panzerwrecks 20: page 38. City: Várpalota. Location: 47°12’08.0″N 18°08’52.2″E. Chapel in the background: Zichy […]

Significant delays at Italian customs

Royal Mail Logo

Greetings Panzerwreckers, I have just been informed that Italian customs has suffered a serious IT issue, which will result in post from the UK being significantly delayed. Until this is resolved, I have removed tracked airmail shipping for Italian destinations. You can still have your order shipped by DHL, although they will charge more in […]

Panzerwrecks 15 P49 Location Update

Greetings Panzerwreckers. Javier Tome strikes once again with a location. This time it is the shot of the General Patton and Panther on page 49 of Panzerwrecks 15. Over to you Javier: A picture from Ebay gives the situation of the photo of Gen. Patton inspecting armor as Aubing-Munich. May be this armor was the […]

Panther update PW1 & PW5

Greetings Panzerwreckers, Javier Tome kindly shared some information regarding the rare ‘last steel wheel’ Panther in Panzerwrecks 1 P79 & Panzerwrecks 5 P21. Over to Javier: The  Heimat- und Kulturkreises Vohburg has sent me the following information about the Panther on P79 of Panzer Wrecks 1 and P21 of Panzer Wrecks 5. “The destroyed panther […]

Panzers in Berlin P347 Location Update

Panzers in Berlin P347 Location Update

Greetings Panzerwreckers. This location update comes from Mario Lippert, one of the Panzers in Berlin team. A tip of the hat to Mario for staying focussed, even with the book published. It transpires that the unusual OT gepanzerter Mannschaftstransportwagen is on Eichborndamm. Check out the link to Google Street View: Street View Link Do you […]

Panzerwrecks 21 P43 Location Update

Pz.Kpfw.IV not at Herrlisheim

Greetings Panzerwreckers. Ronny August touched base back in November (apologies for the delay Ronny) with a location for the Pz.Kpfw.IV on page 43 of Panzerwrecks 21. Over to Ronny: It was not recorded near Herrlisheim, but in Baerendorf/Grand Est, about 80 km away. As a comparison, here are the Google Streetview coordinates: Street View Link […]

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 […]

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