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Tiger 1 1942 - 1945, Volume 3
Stock #: KB11192
Author: Waldemar Trojca

List Price: $145.00
Karen's Price: $134.95

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Volume 3 completes the three volume set on the history of the Tiger I tank and the units it served in. While a bit more expensive than volumes 1 and 2, it has been expanded to 520 pages and includes the histories of the following units: s.13./Pz.Rgt. GD, III Tiger Abt./Pz.Rgt. GD, s.8./SS-Pz.Rgt., s.9./3. SS-Pz..Rgt., s.Pz. Abt. (Fkl.) 301, Tiger Kp. Meyer, Pz.Kp. Hummel, Tiger Gruppe Fehrmann, Panzerkompanie Paderborn, Panzerkompanie Panther, Panzerabteilung Kummersdorf/ Munchenberg. Additional photos have been included for the following Panzer Abteilungen: 501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 508, 509, and 424.

Also included is the continuation of the combat histories in 1944 and 1945 of the heavy tank battalions s.Pz.Abt. 501 through 510. In addtion units 13. s.Pz.Kp./SS-Pz.Rgt. 1 LSSAH until April 1944 and s.SS.Pz.Abt. 101 from November 1943 - August 1944 are also covered.1

The author has also added some photos which have been discovered since volumes 1 and 2 were published. For example, there are 30 photos from s. Panzer Abteilung 509, including a real nice one of a Königstiger.

The book contains 543 photos (either new or graphically improved), 174 new color profiles (includes some for units in two previous volumes), and 67 organigrams of all units in the three volumes. A number of photos and profiles of Panzer IIIs have also been included, as for a time they also served with the first five Tiger tank battalions. Hard cover.


Subject: Military

Essex Class Carriers in WWII
Stock #: KB10665
Author: Waldemar Trojca


The book contains full technical coverage, including many details regarding the ships and their aircraft. One of the sections is devoted to the development of radar equipment used on American naval vessels during WW II, with emphasis on the carriers (many CAD drawings of various radar antennas). Another section presents all types of radar equipment installed in the various aircraft (fighter, bomber and torpedo-bomber) that were stationed on the carriers. A chronology of operations of the Essex-class carriers is presented in a table. The history of each Essex is presented on many pages, with a description of practically all of the combat operations in which it took part. Data giving the locations of individual carriers during the actions in the Pacific during 1943-1945 is given in tables on 26 pages. This information is not limited to the Essex-class; locations of the CVL and CVE-class carriers are also given. Presented also are the names of the commanders of the individual ships, as well as the commanders and orders of battle of the various squadrons and air groups stationed on them. Additionally, the book contains 60 tables, which present the complete order of battle of all air groups (CAG/CVG) that operated on the decks of Essex-class carriers during WW II. The number and condition of each aircraft type is given. This information is presented in 2-week intervals, allowing for an examination of the history of their use. The book also contains a wealth of information regarding the various aircraft (Hellcat, Corsair, Dauntless, Helldiver and Avenger). A separate Map book is included. In addition to maps of the better-known operations and actions, such as in the Philippine Sea, Iwo Jima or Okinawa, many other actions at less-known atolls and islands, where aircraft from the Essex-class carriers participated, are presented. Many maps are devoted to the operations of Task Force 38 and Task Force 58 during 1944-1945. On them are marked the locations of the sinking or damage of almost all Japanese naval vessels, as well as the bombing of land targets. The book is completed with the addition of perfectly drawn colour profiles; all camouflage variants of the Essex carriers and all types of the aircraft stationed on them. The book and B2 sheets present computer drawings and 2D and 3D colour profiles of the following Essex-class carriers: INTREPID CV-11 from January, 1944 and June, 1944, LEXINGTON CV-16 from October, 1944 and RANDOLPH CV-15 from January 1945. 132 color photos in color and 465 photographs in B/W, 99 tables, 175 technical ddrawings, 430 color profiles and 95 maps. Hard cover.


Subject: Ships

Tiger 1944-1945, Volume 2
Stock #: 90123
Author: Waldemar Trojca

List Price: $130.00
Karen's Price: $124.95

Volume 2 ~ TIGER Technical and Operational History will have approximately 88 pages of color profiles and 3D representations, 560 Black & White photographs and many line drawings. This volume covers the years 1944 to 1945. Also covered are the battalions 501-511 and 3 Waffen-SS battalions, the Grossdeutschland Tiger battalion and the various independent companies. Volume 1 & 2 will be the most comprehensive source to date on the history of the Tiger 1. Hard cover.


Subject: Military

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