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Guideline Publications Armour in the Western Front- PRE ORDER Armour in the Western Front 1941 - 1945
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Armour in the Western Front- PRE ORDER
Armour in the Western Front 1941 - 1945
Author David Grummitt

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Warpaint Armour is an exciting new series by Guideline License Publications. Each title will cover an important
conflict or period,
looking at the
tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles that shaped pivotal moments in the
history of modern warfare. Illustrated throughout with archival images and specially commissioned colour profiles,
it will showcase the latest research with articles written by an international team of experts, providing information and inspiration to modellers and military history enthusiasts alike.
In each volume you will
find eight features articles covering both well-known and more obscure AFVs, as well as accounts of campaigns and the role of armour in both war and peace. The series will take us from the origins of armoured warfare on the Western Front to the latest in military technology and the preparations made
by today's militaries for future
conflict.
In conjunction with Acrylicos
Vallejo and Military Modelcraft International, the UK's number military modelling monthly,
the articles are written with a modeller in mind. Each volume also features a modelling gallery, showcasing some of the finest models that have been seen in Miltary Modelcraft International over the last decade, as well as some that have not previously been seen in print. 84 pages
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Guideline Publications American Aircraft of WWII - PRE ORDER Warpaint Profile and Line Drawing Special No.1
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American Aircraft of WWII - PRE ORDER
Warpaint Profile and Line Drawing Special No.1
Compiled by Jan Polc

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New from Guideline is this innovative collection of artworks and scale drawings culled from the famous Warpaint series and collected in a single volume presenting eight iconic US military aircraft types from the Second World War
Warpaint has grown into one of the most authoritative and comprehensive encyclopaedias of military aviation in print today. Compiled by artist Jan Polc this latest series gathers together the colour profiles and line drawings from selected volumes with a common theme, and presents the reader interested more in camouflage and markings than the history and development of the aircraft with a wide selection of choices upon which to base a modelling project. With a minimal text by way of introduction the book offers a collection of top quality profile art covering the Curtis P-40, Grumman F6F Hellcat, Vought F4U Corsair, Douglas A-20 Havoc, Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, Martin B-26 Marauder, North American B-25 Mitchell and Consolidated B-24 Liberator.
With this first volume Guideline introduce an ongoing series that promises to inspire and inform as well as offering a great introduction to those not already familiar with the original Warpaints.
100 pages
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Guideline Publications Aircraft in Profile US Navy and Air Force Issue 2 Issue 2 OUT NOW
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Aircraft in Profile US Navy and Air Force Issue 2
Issue 2 OUT NOW
Volume 1 issue 2
Aircraft in Profile is a monthly section occupying the centre pages of Scale Aircraft Modelling magazine providing an initial 'first step' in researching an aircraft type, and is aimed at those readers who have had little previous interest in its subject, rather than those with expert knowledge. The section outlines the history and development of its chosen type providing a context for a modelling project, while the plans and drawings are designed to expand upon this and we hope we hope will be of use or interest to both modellers and aviation enthusiasts alike Issue two collects six US Navy and Air Force subjects following a number of requests to provide the material in book form. 72 pages
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Guideline Publications Armour in Profile-Armoured Fighting Vehicles USA 1945-2018 By MP Robinson, David Grunnitt, Leif Robinson
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Armour in Profile-Armoured Fighting Vehicles USA 1945-2018
By MP Robinson, David Grunnitt, Leif Robinson
Armour in Profile: Armoured Fighting Vehicles of the United States Army, 1945-2018 contains profiles of five armoured fighting vehicles that have shaped the strategy and tactics of the United States Army since the end of World War II. From the battlefields of the Korean Peninsula and the jungles of Vietnam, to the plains of Central Europe and deserts of Iraq and Kuwait, these vehicles are iconic of American military might. Beginning with the M47 and M48 Patton tanks, replacements for the M4 Sherman, it goes on to examine the M60 tank and the mighty M1 Abrams Main Battle Tank, a vehicle that is expected to serve as the principal weapon of the U.S. Army for at least another two decades. As well as these main battle tanks, it profiles the 'King of Battle', the M109 self-propelled howitzer, another relic of the Cold War continuously updated to meet the challenges of warfare in the twenty-first century. Finally, the book looks at the 'REFORGER' exercises held in the 1970s and 80s, at the height of the Cold War, and which moved thousands of U.S personnel and vehicles to Germany on an annual basis.
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Guideline Publications Aircraft in Profile - British Classics   Volume 1 Issue 1                    . By Gary Hatcher
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Aircraft in Profile - British Classics Volume 1 Issue 1 .
By Gary Hatcher
Aircraft in Profile is a monthly section occupying the centre pages of Scale Aircraft Modelling magazine providing an initial 'first step' in researching an aircraft type, and is aimed at those readers who have had little previous interest in its subject, rather than those with expert knowledge. The section outlines the history and development of its chosen type providing a context for a modelling project, while the plans and drawings are designed to expand upon this and we hope we hope will be of use or interest to both modellers and aviation enthusiasts alike Volume one collects six 'Classic' British subjects following a number of requests to provide the material in book form. 72 pages
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Guideline Publications Guideline in Action 1 - Atlantic Resolve By David Grummitt
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Guideline in Action 1 - Atlantic Resolve
By David Grummitt
A 64-page reference/photo album Atlantic Resolve: NATO's Show of Strength 2014-2018. A reference to modern NATO, especially US, and partner nations (esp. Ukraine) armour on exercise in Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, the Baltic States and Germany.
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Guideline Publications Cessna - Bird Dog By Des Brennan
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Cessna - Bird Dog
By Des Brennan
Cessna's Bird Dog was designed and built to serve in what some might regard as the unglamorous field of Army co-operation at a time when attention was more often focused on a growing array of gleaming silver, nuclear-capable jet fighters and bombers deemed essential for a seemingly inevitable Third World War. Nonetheless the Bird Dog was flown sometimes by multiple services and by a wide range of nations on every continent.
The Bird Dog served in numerous internal and cross-border conflicts and was from the 1950s into the 1980s, and with the UH-1 Huey helicopter epitomised the role of the United States air power in operations over South-East Asia during the 1960s and into the 1970s.
This superb 68-page book is written by Des Brennan with superb colour profiles by Mark Roolfe.
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Guideline Publications Airfile The Condor Legion in the Spanish Civil War Guidelines  SPECIAL OFFER
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Airfile The Condor Legion in the Spanish Civil War
Guidelines SPECIAL OFFER
The Condor legion in the Spanish Civil War 1936 - 1939

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To coincide with the Eduard release of the Condor we have a special offer for theCondor Legion during the Spanish Civil War, to commemorate the 80th Anniversary of the start of that bitter conflict.

Written and compiled by Neil Robinson and illustrated by Peter Scott, this 72pp softback, features 44 pages of specially commissioned full colour profile and plan view illustrations with over 70 rare contemporary photographs from the late Barry Ketley's collection.

As with all the other books in the AIRfile series, whilst produced primarily with aircraft modellers in mind, it is hoped that those readers who might perhaps describe themselves as 'occasional' modellers, or even simply aviation enthusiasts, may also find something of interest too.
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Guideline Publications Airlift Force RAF Transport Command 1948-1967 By Colin Ovens
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Airlift Force RAF Transport Command 1948-1967
By Colin Ovens
Consider, for a moment, these three Royal Air Force Command
titles:-
 "Royal Air Force Bomber Command"- a name that, for many, may
generate imposing images of Wellingtons, Halifaxes, Stirlings,
Lancasters, Mosquitos, Lincolns, Canberras, and the V-Bombers;
 "Royal Air Force Fighter Command"- a Command title that readily
conjures up exciting images of Hurricanes, Spitfires, Tempests,
Meteors, Vampires, Hunters, and Lightnings;
 "Royal Air Force Coastal Command"- a renowned name that may
prompt dramatic over-water images of Sunderlands, Beaufighters,
Mosquitos, Catalinas, Liberators, and Shackletons.
Now, consider the title "Royal Air Force Transport Command"... to
many readers this may prompt images of huge formations of Dakotas,
disgorging paratroops over Normandy, Arnhem, or the Rhine; others
will have a recollection of the Berlin Airlift. On the other hand, many
of us will recall seeing, and ignoring, the occasional Argosy,
Beverley, Britannia, Hastings, Comet, or, perhaps, a VC-10, in the
static park at a Battle of Britain Open Day, while they aimed their
cameras at the Hunters, Javelins, Lightnings, V-Bombers, or
Shackletons on show- these were the exciting defenders of these isles;
and those others..? "They're just superannuated airliners", as a
school-friend airily dismissed Transport Command's contribution to a
Battle of Britain Open Day, at RAF Biggin Hill in the mid-1960s,
when we two were teenagers.
92 pages perfect bound
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Guideline Publications Camouflage & Markings ALL 3 VOLUMES Special Offer
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Camouflage & Markings ALL 3 VOLUMES
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