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March 2015 releases


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Dear LSM members and visitors,

Four new books will be published by Kagero in March 2015.

 

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Monographs Special Edition in 3D No 03

Messerschmitt Bf 109
Early Versions

Marek J. Murawski, Asen Atanasov

ISBN 978-83-64596-38-4

The monograph devoted to the early versions of the Messerschmitt Bf 109, the most famous WW2 German fighter, discusses its origins and development with coverage of changes made in its first prototypes, A-D variants and their sub-variants. The combat use of the aircraft in the Spanish Civil War, Polish campaign and Phony War is thoroughly described with many first-hand accounts included. The book also features short chapters on Bf 109 Ds in Swiss service and camouflage and markings of early Bf 109s. 

• 192 pages
• 108 archival photographs
• 103 renders
• 18 painting schemes
• 32 pages sheet of scale drawings
• Gloss coated paper
• Format (sizes): A4 (210x297 mm)
• Hardcover

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Available in preorder in Kagero’s webshop

 

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Photosniper No 19

Char Leclerc

M.P. Robinson, Thiery Guillemain

ISBN 978-83-64596-35-3

The Leclerc is the only battle tank serving in operational combat units in the French Army. Designed as a Cold War era tank killer that could take on numerically superior enemies, the Leclerc has served the armies of France and the United Arab Emirates for over twenty years. Since 1989 when the first Leclerc prototype appeared, it has been counted amongst the world’s most complex and deadly AFVs. Despite its fame, relatively little has appeared on the Leclerc in English, and much of the information about the Leclerc on the web is incorrect. Even in French, it has been ten years since the Leclerc was studied in a published work. Char Leclerc by MP Robinson and Thierry Guillemain is a survey of the Leclerc’s development and service in the French Army right up to the present day.  It explains the differences between the eleven Leclerc production batches produced for the French Army, the different Leclerc derived vehicles, and the changes that have transformed the French armoured force since the Leclerc first entered service. This latest addition to the Kagero Photosniper seriesis illustrated with over 220 unpublished photographs and ten colour plates, making it an ideal reference for historians and modellers alike. 

• 96 pages
• 313 photographs
• 10 painting schemes
• Gloss coated paper
• Format (sizes): A4 (210x297 mm)
• Soft cover binding

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Available in preorder in Kagero’s webshop

 

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Super Drawings in 3D No 33

The Battleship North Carolina

Stefan Dramiński

ISBN 978-83-64596-36-0

Launched in 1940, North Carolina was the first U.S. newly built battleship to have taken part in the war in the Pacific. During her busy combat career she demonstrated that battleships could perform very well indeed in their new role as escorts for fleet aircraft carriers and weapon platforms providing fire support for ground troops. Having earned no fewer than 15 Battle Stars during her wartime service, North Carolina was the most highly decorated US Navy battleship of World War II. After decommissioning, she escaped the chopping block and is preserved to this day as a floating museum

• about 80 pages
• about 100 renders
• Gloss coated paper
• Format (sizes): A4 (210x297 mm)
• Booklet binding

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Available in preorder in Kagero’s webshop

 

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Monographs No 60

Dornier Do 17/Do 215

Marek J. Murawski

ISBN 978-83-64596-33-9

The monograph on the WW2 German bombers Dornier Do 17 and Dornier Do 215 discusses their design, development and operational history. Each variant is specified and comprehensively described with coverage of changes made in its sub-variants, including the special modifications for the foreign recipients. Designed and built in the late 1930s, originally as reconnaissance and bomber plane, the Do 17/215 was also used as a night fighter equipped with radar systems. A large part of the book is devoted to the combat use of the aircraft in the Spanish Civil War, Poland, the Balkans and Russia together with the Western Campaign and Battle of Britain. A short account of the night fighting missions is also included. 

• 136 pages
• 2 double A3 sheet with drawings
• 24 pages A4 sheet of scale drawings
• 194 archival photographs
• 13 painting schemes
• Gloss coated paper
• Format (sizes): A4 (210x297 mm)
• Soft cover binding

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Available in preorder in Kagero’s webshop

 

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