Panzer DNA by Daniele Guglielmi & Mario Pieri – MIG6035
Panzer DNA tackles the thorny and contentious topic of German World War 2 vehicle colours and markings. The subject is complex and has been addressed by many authors, but usually by dividing it into different areas and not in only one concise book. The authors of Panzer DNA have collected an archive of official German records, Allied reports, postwar interpretations, and examined hundreds of photos to offer the readers a simple but complete guide.
This book explains the rules regarding colours, camouflage, markings and organisation of German vehicles in World War 2 and shows some of the many variations (the common, the strangest and the most interesting) discovered during their research.
Panzer DNA is an essential book for all the necessary information in one place, to see examples, to understand the basis of German military organisation and learn that some myths are exaggerated or wrong.
Author: Daniele Guglielmi & Mario Pieri
No of Photos: 150+
No of Pages: 139
Physical: Hardcover, 305x215mm, portrait