German Self-Propelled Artillery Guns of the Second World
One towed artillery gun required a team of six horses and nine men. WW2 German engineers came up with the idea of mounting an artillery gun on top of a tank chassis. This new technology reduced the amount of resources required to deploy one artillery gun. Artillery self-propelled guns only needed a four or five man crew. They could also be made ready to fire more quickly. This book covers the development and use of this new weapon between 1939 and 1945. One type was successfully used in the invasion of France in May 1940. More were used on the Eastern Front against Soviet forces from 1941 until the end of the war in 1945. The ‘Desert Fox’, Ewin Rommel, needed artillery guns that could keep up with his Panzers in North Africa. Horses could not be used in the desert. He was sent 15 cm howitzers mounted on top of Panzer II tank chassis and captured French Army Lorraine 37L tracked armored supply vehicles. Rommel’s forces in Northern France were equipped with a variety of new artillery self-propelled guns. They were used against the Allies when they invaded the beaches of Normandy on D-Day 6th June 1944.
- ASIN: 1781556954
Plastic model Marder III Sd.139 WWII German self-propelled gun WWII 1/72 UM
Marder III Sd.139 WWII German self-propelled gun WWII 1/72 WWII military VEHICLE scale plastic model kit UniModels (UM) 347 Manufacturer: Universal Models / UniModels / UM (Ukraine) Scale: 1/72 Material: Plastic Condition: New in Box Number of parts: 162parts + 10 photo-etched parts The Marder III is the name for a series of World War II German tank destroyers built on the chassis of the Panzer 38(t). The German word Mardermeans "marten" in English. They were in production from 1942 to 1944 and served on all fronts until the end of the war.Even in the early stages of Operation Barbarossa, the Wehrmacht already felt the need for a more mobile and more powerful anti-tank solution than the existing towed anti-tank guns such as Pak 36 or tank destroyers like thePanzerjäger I. This need became urgent in June 1941, when anti-tank shells failed to penetrate the armour of new Soviet tanks like the T-34 and KV-1.
- Brand: UniModel (UM)
- ASIN: B011J4X35O
German Self-Propelled Guns on the Battlefield (World war two photobook series) (English and Hungarian
In the nineteenth volume of this photo-monograph series, German self-propelled guns on the battlefield were displayed with more than hundred unpublished photographs from various German made self-propelled guns widely known as Hummel, Wespe, Sturmtiger, Bison I and many more.The hardcover, landscape formatted book kept the highest possible quality. Both the introduction and the captions are bilingual (English / Hungarian).
- ASIN: 6155583161
Encyclopedia Of German Tanks Of World War Two: The Complete Illustrated Dictionary of German Battle Tanks,Armoured Cars, Self-Propelled Guns and
A complete illustrated directory is finally available that shows and describes nearly 300 types of German battle tanks, armored cars, self-propelled guns, and semi-tracked vehicles manufactured and put into service from 1933 to 1945. Only recently have the records of the manufacturers been made public, so never before could you know just how many of each model were available, along with accurate dates of their production and mobilization. Historic photos identify features of each vehicle type, including uncommon variants. Captions are packed with accurate details on designations given by the German Army General Staff: alternative designations, manufacturing and development history, chassis numbers, engine capacity, fuel, coolants, gearbox performance, speed and range, armament, armor material and thickness, and service record. 272 pages, 1,000 b/w illus., 8 3/4 x 11.
- Brand: Brand: Cassell
- ASIN: 1854095188
Plastic model Marder III Sd 138 WWII German self-propelled gun WWII 1/72 UM
Marder III Sd 138 WWII German self-propelled gun WWII 1/72 WWII military VEHICLE scale plastic model kit UniModels (UM) 343 Manufacturer: Universal Models / UniModels / UM (Ukraine) Scale: 1/72 Material: Plastic Condition: New in Box Number of parts: 145parts +10 photo-etched parts The Marder III is the name for a series of World War II German tank destroyers built on the chassis of the Panzer 38(t). The German word Mardermeans "marten" in English. They were in production from 1942 to 1944 and served on all fronts until the end of the war.Even in the early stages of Operation Barbarossa, the Wehrmacht already felt the need for a more mobile and more powerful anti-tank solution than the existing towed anti-tank guns such as Pak 36 or tank destroyers like thePanzerjäger I. This need became urgent in June 1941, when anti-tank shells failed to penetrate the armour of new Soviet tanks like the T-34 and KV-1.
- Brand: UniModel (UM)
- ASIN: B011IS52UK
The Complete Guide to German Armored Vehicles: Panzers, Jagdpanzers, Assault Guns, Antiaircraft, Self-Propelled Artillery, Armored Wheeled and Semi-Tracked Vehicles, and
The market’s most comprehensive guide to German combat vehicles.The Complete Guide to German Armored Vehicles is an encyclopedia of all the armored vehicles used by the Nazis in World War II. At over four hundred pages and with over six hundred photos, many of which never before seen by the public, this volume becomes the market’s most comprehensive on the subject. David Doyle, award-winning author of dozens of books on the subject, provides mechanical information, photos, and usage history for: • Armored cars • Half-tracks • Tanks • Assault guns • Jagdpanzers • Panzerjagers • Self-propelled guns, howitzers, and mortars • Flakwagens • Flammpanzers • Recovery vehicles • Armored Engineer vehicles An encyclopedic resource by an authority on the subject, The Complete Guide to Armored Vehicles is a must-have for modelers, gamers, and WWII buffs alike.
- Brand: Skyhorse
- ASIN: 1510716572
Encyclopedia of German Tanks of World War Two: A Complete Illustrated Directory of German Battle Tanks, Armoured Cars, Self-Propelled Guns and
Revised and available after eight years out of print, this is the study of the much modelled German land armour. Included are every variant of all battle tanks, tracked vehicles, armoured cars, experimental vehicles and even captured equipment in German service. There are detailed entries on mechanical data and operational history backed up by appendices on armament, ammunition etc.
- Brand: Brand: Arms Armour
- ASIN: 1854092146
6016 1/35 German Self-Propelled Gun Crew
1/35 German Self-Propelled Gun Crew (4)
- Brand: Dragon Models USA
- ASIN: B002BUJEXQ
- UPC: 782495381917
Encyclopedia of German tanks of World War Two: A complete illustrated directory of German battle tanks, armoured cars, self-propelled guns and semi-tracked vehicles,
A complete illustrated directory of German battle tanks , armoured cars , self-propelled guns and semi-tracked vehicles , 1933-1945.
- Brand: Brand: Arco Pub. Co
- ASIN: 0668045655
1:35 German Self Propelled Aa Gun Tank Model
Courier shipping. There may be some scratches and dents in the product.
- Brand: タミヤ(TAMIYA)
- ASIN: B0017TC3LC
- UPC: 696749621516
Encyclopedia of German Tanks of World War Two: A Complete Illustrated Directory of German Battle Tanks, Armoured Cars, Self-Propelled Guns and Semi- by Peter Chamberlain
- ASIN: B01K3HAC16
German Assault Guns on the Eastern Front (Stackpole Military Photo
Assault guns (Sturmgeschütz in German) were armored fighting vehicles similar to tanks, with the chassis and tracks of a panzer but without the rotating turret, which allowed the mounting of a larger gun. They were usually used to support infantry assaults, but they also proved effective as tank destroyers, especially late in the war when German tank inventory diminished. Among the most famous variants are the Sturmtiger and Brummbär (“Grouch”). Hans Wijers has assembled hundreds of photos—most of them never seen anywhere before—of these vehicles at war on the Eastern Front of World War II.
- ASIN: 0811717887
KNL HOBBY AMZ 1/35 scale Dragon 6367 German self-propelled anti tank gun
KNL® HOBBY AMZ brand building model kit Note:Please pay attention this is building model kit, you need assemble them, paint them by yourself. The kit do not including any glue, paints and tools.
- Brand: Dragon
- ASIN: B075WWCC43
- UPC: 719034286426
Modelling the Marder Self-Propelled Gun (Osprey
The term Marder (meaning weasel) was the name given to this family of open-topped tank destroyers. Combining high mobility and heavy firepower, they saw significant combat action in several theatres, This book provides a detailed guide to modelling the Marder in 1/35 scale, and offers diverse challenges to modellers of all abilities. Conversions, interior detailing, kit bashing, adding aftermarket figures and parts, creating different finishes and weathering techniques are all covered in step-by-step visual detail.
- Brand: Osprey
- ASIN: 1841768553
Tamiya America, Inc 1 35 U.S. Self-Propelled 155mm Gun M40,
Tamiya America, Inc 1 35 U.S. Self-propelled 155mm gun M40, TAM35351
- Color: Beige
- Brand: Tamiya
- ASIN: B01M74V1IY
Panzerjager: (Schiffer Military
Coverage of a variety of improvised German self-propelled anti-tank guns on a variety of war fronts.
- Brand: Brand: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.
- ASIN: 0764303953
German 20mm Flak in World War II: (Schiffer Military/Aviation
All variations on the 20mm FLAK anti-aircraft gun, including towed versions, and self-propelled as used by all arms of Wehrmacht.
- ASIN: 0887407587
Dragon Models USA 6367 1/35 German Self Propelled Gun Crew
6367 1/35 German Self Propelled Gun Crew (4)
- Brand: Dragon Models USA
- ASIN: B000OI4D8S
- UPC: 089195863676
Marder III: (Schiffer Military/Aviation
The rugged German self-propelled anti-tank gun that used the 38(t) chassis on a variety of war fronts.
- Brand: Brand: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.
- ASIN: 0764303945
Encyclopedia of German tanks of World War Two: A complete illustrated directory of German battle tanks, armoured cars, self-propelled guns, and semi-tracked vehicles,
- ASIN: 085368202X
German Anti-Tank Guns: 37Mm, 50Mm, 75Mm, 88Mm Pak, 1935-1945 : Without Self-Propelled Mountings (Schiffer Military
Covers the use and types of German anti-tank guns used during WWII.
- ASIN: 0887402410
Tamiya America, Inc 1 35 British Self-Propelled Anti-Tank Gun Archer,
Requires assembly - paint and glue NOT included.
- Brand: Tamiya
- ASIN: B076FJX9DL
Panzer-jäger: German self-propelled anti-tank guns, 1939-1945 (Wehrmacht illustrated, no.
Panzer-jager: German self-propelled anti-tank guns, 1939-1945 (Wehrmacht illustrated, no. 2)
- ASIN: 0855240199
German Self-Propelled Guns (Armor at War
- Brand: Concord Publications
- ASIN: 9623616309
German self Propelled Gun in WW II ( Model Art
- ASIN: B00JHMX1B2
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German War Files - Hummel, Mobile Artillery
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German PzH 2000 - 155mm Self-Propelled Howitzer : Overview
Development of the PzH 2000 (Panzerhaubitze) began in 1987. It evolved from the international SP70 programme, which was cancelled in 1980s due to funding problems. Prototype of the PzH 2000 was completed in 1993. Initially German Army planned to order a total of 1 254 new self-propelled howitzers...
Ultra Powerful German Panzerhaubitze 2000 Self-Propelled Artillery in Action: PzH 2000 Live Fire
Video shows the ultra powerful German Panzerhaubitze 2000 Self-Propelled Artillery in action during German Army (Bundeswehr) PzH 2000 live fire in Germany. The Panzerhaubitze 2000 is a self-propelled armored artillery , made by the German company Krauss-Maffei Wegmann and Rheinmetall produced. ...
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