Camouflage and Markings of the Panzerwaffe
Camouflage and Markings of the Panzerwaffe has taken more than five years of research and development. By combining documentary and archival sources with photographic evidence from units in the field, this book provides new insight into the painting and markings of Germany’s Panzer Divisions between 1923 and 1945. A modern reference on the subject has long been requested by historians and modelmakers alike, and now the wait is over.
The book covers the evolution of interior and exterior paint and camouflage schemes, as well as national, unit and arm-of-service markings. It is 549-pages in hardcover format, illustrated with more than 900 black and white photographs and 200 colour plates.
Author: Artur Majewski
Photos: 900 black & white photos
Illustrations: 200 colour profiles
Physical: Hardcover, 300x210mm, portrait