I think the best way to sum up 2018 for Panzerwrecks is “behind schedule”. We’d planned to publish more that we actually achieved for a start. Panzerwrecks 22: Desert made it out of the computer and into your hands. The book had been a work in progress of mine for many years, and was surprisingly […]
Greetings Panzerwreckers, David Šolc reached out again with a location for the Jagdpanzer on pages 60-61 of In Focus 1: Jagdpanzer 38: between the barracks and the railway station at Rokytnice v Orlických horách Thanks David for the extra info and for permitting the use of your photos!Know something we don’t? Drop us a line so […]
Greeting Panzerwreckers. If you’ve been waiting for Vyacheslav Kozitsyn’s book Sturmgeschütz III and Sturmhaubitze 42, you will no doubt have been frustrated at the seemingly constant delays and pushing back of the publication date. Until now, this had been due to a Russian establishment working at a snail’s pace, and I am pleased to say that […]
Forgotten Archives 1 has sold out. At the time of writing, there are three copies which will be sold shortly. Worry not though as Darren Neely has the third volume in preparation. Grrrreat!
Greetings Panzerwreckers. Javier Tome touched base over the Christmas/New Year break with a location update for the Panzer IV/70(A) on page 204 of Forgotten Archives 1. Although the photo has been in a few books, it is often cropped so that the surrounding buildings are not seen. Never a big fan of cropping, nearly all the photos […]
Good day Panzerwreckers. All good things come to an end. The good thing in question here is Duel in the Mist 2. We have now sold out and won’t be reprinting. Those who have the book – we hope you are still enjoying it and to those who now lust for a copy – good […]
Greetings Panzerwreckers. Michel Van den Berghe got in touch recently with an exact location of the M36 TDs at Büsbach from page 103 of Forgotten Archives 2: Konrad – Adenauer Strasse. Thanks Michel.
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. Wrong: Right:
Oops. It was bound to happen. It has. I forgot to thank an important contributor to the book: Martin Block. You should have been there in the credits Martin, my sincerest apologies. I have always tried to give credit where due, and in reality books such as these are the work of many minds.