Real Colors of WWII book by Jürgen Kiroff, Przemyslaw Skulski, Mike Starmer & Steven Zaloga. AK 187
Real Colors of WWII is a limited edition and accurately printed book devoted to the original colours of WWII, authored by experts in the field: Jürgen Kiroff, Przemyslaw Skulski, Mike Starmer & Steven Zaloga. A journey through the research of official, private and industry archives about the development and use of colours on German, Russian, American and British AFVs. Two hundred pages of text, colour photographs, camouflage schemes, profiles, general camouflage rules, etc. A must book for modellers who like to know more about the real thing and THE definitive guide for WWII AFV colours.
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Author: Jürgen Kiroff, Przemyslaw Skulski, Mike Starmer & Steven Zaloga
AK Ref: AK 187
Photos: 100s of photos, illustrations and profiles
Physical: Hardcover, 300x210mm, portrait
German colours & camouflage
• RAL system & colour cards. OKH regulations • Pre-war • Early war • Russia • Africa • The Tricolor system • The beginning of the end • The end • Dunkelgelb and Rotbraun colour comparison • Original colour parts and analysis • WWII colour photographs •
Camouflage of the Red Army vehicles • Description of paints • Original colour parts • WWII colour photographs •
The colour standards • Pre-war, B.E.F. & Home Forces • New colours & changes • U.S. supplied vehicles • Middle East Colors: The Caunter Scheme • Other areas • Caunter cancelled • October 1942 & post-Alamein • Tunisia, Sicily & Italy colours • Change of colour • The Far East •
U.S. Army camouflage
Olive Drab • Camouflage paints. • Camouflage manuals • Field camouflage • Camouflage in the Pacific •