Greetings Panzerwreckers Javier Tome contacted me recently with more information about the Tiger II on P54 of Forgotten Archives 1. Over to you Javier: From the “345th Field Artillery Battalion” book: “On January 29, the battalion moved into position around Steffeshausen, Belgium, on the banks of the Our River, the last barrier into Germany. This […]
Period photographs come in all shapes and size, and more importantly, all conditions. Since cleaning my first photo for Panzerwrecks 1 in 2005, thousands of photos have passed over my graphics tablet, and the process has become more intuitive. I have trialled many techniques and a lot of software, but there is no substitute for […]
S**t happens, especially when shipping books. The case in point here is a hardbacked book weighing in at just under 2Kg, going by the name of Superking. Cutting to the chase, I have a limited amount of this rather good and extremely informative book with corner damage. Before you run away at the thought of […]
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:
Mario Lippert contacted us recently regarding Panzerwrecks 14, he writes: On page 28 and 29 is a Panther near a railway line. I attached 3 stills which show the same Panther (in my opinion), I think it´s also from the Halbe pocket. On the last page is a Tiger II wreck in Pillau, you write it´s of s.SS.Pz.Abt. […]
A number of people have pointed out that the fourth turret on page 93 (with the gun pointing to the left) is actually a Porsche designed example. This explains why we see an early type loader’s hatch. Thanks to all that have sharp eyes.