VOL. 08 Experimental FLAK Weapons of the Wehrmacht Part 2
          This book continues covering some unusual WWII Wehrmacht weapons including Salvenmaschinenkanonen Typ 3 + 4, Luftfaust and Fliegerfaust.    This 54 page book contains 116 black and white photos with 6 pages of  line drawings with German/English text.
 


VOL. 09 7.5 cm PaK 40/4 auf gep. Selbstfahrlafette Raupenschlepper Ost (RSO).
Revised edition of No 9, with new photographs and drawings, covering the 7.5 cm PaK 40/4 auf gep. Selbstfahrlafette Raupenschlepper Ost (RSO).  This 50 page book contains 100 black and white photos - German/English text.
 
 

VOL. 10 Hummel 15cm sFH18/1 auf Fgst. PzKpw III/IV (Sf)
          This book covers the development, production and combat usage of this German WWII Self Propelled Artillery vehicle.   This 78 glossy page book contains 161 black and white photos, 3 colour photos with 7 pages of line drawings with German/English text.    Colour plates depict four different camouflage schemes.

VOL. 11 Panzerkampfwagen 35(t)  (Skoda LT vz. 35)
          This book covers the development, production and combat deployment of this Czech built WWII meduim tank.     This 70 glossy page book contains 118 black and white photos with 5 pages of line drawings and German/English text.    Colour plates depict four differently marked vehicles.

VOL. 12 Schwerer Zugkraftwagen 18 to and Variants  Famo 'Bulle' (Sd. Kfz.9)
          This book covers the development, production and combat deployment of this German WWII heavy 18 tonne Half-track.  This 98 glossy page book contains 222 black and white photos with 10 pages of line drawings and German/English text.    Colour plates depict four differently marked vehicles.

VOL. 14 Nashorn 8,8 cm PaK 43/1 (L/71) auf Fgst. Pz Kpfw. III/IV (Sf) (Sd.Kfz. 164)
          This book covers the development, production and combat usage of this German WWII Self Propelled Anti-Tank vehicle.    This 108 glossy page book contains 218 black and white photos and 5 pages of line drawings.  German/English text.    Colour plates depict five different camouflage schemes.
VOL. 15 Marder III Panzerjager 38(t) fur 7,62 cm PaK 36 (Sd.Kfz. 139)
          This book covers the development, production and combat usage of this German WWII Self Propelled Anti-Tank vehicle.    This 104 glossy page book contains 218 black and white photos, 9 colour photos and 4 pages of line drawings.  German/English text.    Colour plates depict 8 different camouflage schemes.


VOL. 16 Schwerer Zugkraftwagen 12 to and Variants  (Daimler-Benz) (Sd. Kfz. 8)
          This book covers the development, production and combat deployment of this German WWII heavy 12 tonne Half-track.  This 136 glossy page book contains 333 black and white photos, 8 colour photos and  11 pages of line drawings.  German/English text.    Colour plates depict 7 different camouflage schemes.
VOL. 17 Marder III Panzerjager 38(t) fur 7,5 cm PaK 40/3 (Sd.Kfz. 138) Part 1 Ausfuhrung M
This book covers the development, production and combat usage of this German WWII Self Propelled Anti-Tank vehicle.    This 128 page book contains 276 black and white photos, 8 colour photos and 4 pages of line drawings.  6 colour profiles are also included.  German/English text.
VOL. 18 Marder III Panzerjager 38(t) fur 7,5 cm PaK 40/3 (Sd.Kfz. 138) Part 2 Ausfuhrung H
This book covers the development, production and combat usage of this German WWII Self Propelled Anti-Tank vehicle.    This 128 page book contains 366 black and white photos, 10 colour photos and 3 pages of line drawings.  6 colour profiles are also included.  German/English text.
VOL. 19 15 cm sIG33 (Sf) auf PzKpfw. I  Ausf B ? 15 cm sIG33 (towed)
          This book covers the development, production and combat usage of this German WWII Self Propelled AFV and the howitzer which was fitted to this vehicle.    This 160 glossy page book contains 280 black and white photos, 101 colour photos with 7 pages of line drawings with German/English text.    Colour plates depict 6 different vehicles.


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VOL. 22  15cm sIG33/2 (Sf) auf GW 38(t) "Grille" Part 1 Ausf M
          This book covers the development, production and combat deployment of this German/Czech WWII AFV.  This 120 glossy page book contains 56 black and white photos, 123 colour photos and 10 pages of line drawings.  German/English text.    Colour plates depict 14 different camouflage schemes, as well as 2 model kits:  Dragons Grille M as well as the Dragon/Cyberhobby ammunition carrier version.

VOL. 23 Panzerjager I 4.7 cm Pak(t) auf PzKpfw. I Ausf. B ohne Turm (Sd.Kfz. 101) "Ente"
       This book covers the development, production and combat deployment of this German WWII SPG  This 120 glossy page book contains 107 black and white photos, 98 colour photos and 8 pages of line drawings.  German/English text.    Colour plates depict 15 different camouflage schemes, as well as 2 model kits:  Dragons Panzerjager I as well an Italeri PzKpfw I Asuf B with an Azimut/ADV conversion.

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VOL. 24 PzKpfw. II Ausf D/E and Variants
This book covers the development, production and combat deployment of these German WWII AFV's and SPG's  This 160 glossy page book contains 239 black and white photos, 36 colour photos and 18 pages of line drawings.  German/English text.    Colour plates depict 27 different camouflage schemes.

VOL. 25 Flakpanzer IV Wirbelwind (Sd Kfz 161/4), Ostwind and Kugelblitz
From the publisher:
168 pages A4, glue-bound, approx. 284 photos, of these 66 historical shots of the three types of Flakpanzer IV with all known variants in b/w, a number of them previously unpublished; 191 colour photos of surviving Wirbelwind vehicles, 27 colour photos of all three models from Tony Greenland, English / German captions, 34 pages English / German text, 20 pages of scale drawings of all versions in 1:35 scale from John Rue, 11 pages of camouflage schemes and ammunition from Laurent Lecocq, and a table of organization of units using the Flakpanzer IV (Kriegst?rke- Nachweisungen KStN), revised and enlarged (almost double size) edition of Vol.13

Nuts and Bolts Vol.26: 15cm sIG33/1 (Sf) auf GW 38(t) „Grille“ Sd.Kfz. 138/1), Part 2: Ausf. H Autoren Martin Block, Jari Lievonen ? Detlev Terlisten
From the publisher:
144 pages A4, glue-bound, approx. 298 photos, of these 120 historical shots of the prototype and the production vehicles in b/w, a number of them previously unpublished; 128 colour photos of the only surviving vehicle from the Loidl collection in Austria, 50 colour photos of three models from Tony Greenland, Jari Lievonen ? Carlos de Diego Vaquerizo, English / German captions, 34 pages English /German text, 24 scale drawings of all versions in 1:35 scale from John Rue, 12 camouflage schemes from Carlos de Diego Vaquerizo, ammunition scheme from Laurent Lecocq, and a table of organization of units using the “Grille” Ausf. H (Kriegst?rke-Nachweisungen
KStN)

Nuts and Bolts Vol.27: 2 cm Flakvierling 38
From the publisher: "160 pages A4, glue-bound, approx. 336 photos, of these 169 historical shots from manuals and during
mission in b/w, a number of them previously unpublished; 149 colour photos of the surviving guns in
public and private collections, 18 colour photos of the model from Tony Greenland, English /
German captions, 33 pages English / German text, 20 pages of scale drawings of all versions in 1:35
scale from John Rue, 12 camouflage schemes from Carlos de Diego Vaquerizo, and tables of
organization of units having the Flakvierling (Kriegst?rke-Nachweisungen KStN) in their inventory,

Nuts and Bolts Vol.28 Gleisketten-LKWs „Maultier“ (Sd.Kfz. 3)
From the publisher: " 160 pages A4, glue-bound, approx. 341 photos, of these 222 historical shots from manuals and during mission in b/w, a number of them previously unpublished; 86 colour photos of the surviving vehicles in public and private collections, 24 colour photos of the four models from Tony Greenland, English / German captions, 26 pages English / German text, 78 scale drawings of all versions and details in 1:35 scale from John Rue, 16 camouflage schemes from Laurent Lecocq, and tables of organization of units having the Maultier (Kriegst?rke- Nachweisungen KStN) in their inventoryAlthough almost 22,000 Maultiere were built during the latter half of WWII, it seems as this vehicle class was neglected for the last fifty years in all publications. As leading model companies have now detected a market for soft-skinned vehicles it is time for Nuts ? Bolts to release an in-depth publication on these vehicles. As ever we will publish a sound mixture of wartime shots to bring our readers an impression of their deployment during the war, detail photos of existing vehicles in museums and private collections and how to model the four versions by Tony Greenland. Also, Blue prints from John Rue and camouflage artwork from Laurent Lecocq complete the publication:

Nuts and Bolts Vol.29 Raupenschlepper Ost RSO und Abarten
From the publisher: " 176 pages A4, glue-bound, approx. 375 photos, of these 166 contemporary photos from manuals and from the front in b/w, a number of them previously unpublished; 188 colour photos of the surviving vehicles in public and private collections, 21 colour photos of the two models from Tony Greenland, English / German captions, 27 pages English / German text, several charts, 16 pages scale drawings of all versions and details in 1:35 scale from John Rue, 16 camouflage schemes from Carlos de Diego Vaquerizo, and tables of organization of units having the RSO (Kriegst?rke-Nachweisungen KStN) in their inventory"

Nuts and Bolts Vol.30 Nebel-, Panzer- und Vielfachwerfer
From the publisher: "208 pages A4, glue-bound, approx. 391 photos, of these 250 contemporary photos from manuals and from the front in b/w, a number of them previously unpublished; 113 colour photos of the surviving vehicles in public and private collections, 28 colour photos of the two models from Tony Greenland and Vinnie Branigan, English / German captions, 46 pages English / German text, several charts, 24 pages scale drawings of all versions and details in 1:35 scale from John Rue, 9 pages of camouflage schemes from Laurent Lecocq, and tables of organization of units (Kriegst?rke-Nachweisungen KStN) having these weapons in their arsenal."
 


Nuts and Bolts Vol.31 Marder II (Sd.Kfz. 131) on the chassis of the Pz.Kpfw. II Ausf. A-C & F:
From the publisher: "176 pages A4, glue-bound, approx. 365 photos, of these 190 contemporary photos from manuals, combat and War fronts in b/w, a number of them previously unpublished; 155 colour photos of the surviving vehicles in public and private collections, 20 colour photos of the two models from Tony Greenland and Vinnie Branigan, English / German captions, 40 pages English / German text, several charts, 10 pages scale drawings of all versions and details in 1:35 scale from John Rue, 6 pages of camouflage schemes from Carlos de Diego Vaquerizo, and tables of organization of units (Kriegstärke-Nachweisungen KStN) havingthese weapons in their arsenal."

Nuts and Bolts Vol.32 The medium cross-country lorries 3 ton (6x4) of the Reichswehr and Wehrmacht
From the publisher:   To date, Nuts & Bolts has only produced publications on tracked, half-track vehicles and weapon
systems. With this volume, the first issue in a series which will deal exclusively on Lorries – in particular the medium cross-country Lorries (commercial) – m. gl. Lkw. (o) – of the Reichswehr and Wehrmacht. The development of these vehicles was started in the second half of the 1920s and their appearance characterised the Reichswehr and Wehrmacht in the 1930s. During the war, these vehicles had to face strains in the different theatres of operations for which they had not been developed. Nevertheless, many of these Lorries served until the end of the war. Only a few vehicles have survived until today. This was partially caused by the shortage of transportation vehicles in Europe after the war. Due to this, most remaining vehicles were driven to destruction
 
 
 

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