Book Alert: Research Squad Tiger book

The Research Squad has announced that their Tiger tank book is at the printers and available for pre-order.

Tiger1The Research Squad are pleased to announce the upcoming release of Tiger: Modern Study of Fgst. NR. 250031, a complete photo study of the Aberdeen 712 Tiger tank. The Research Squad were given given special permission by the collection and Aberdeen Proving Ground Museum to fully document this important vehicle in order to create a photographic record for any future restoration work. This includes a full exterior walk-around, a complete documentation of the interior and also a detailed study of the engine compartment and engine.

To this end the knowledge and expertise of many contributors were brought together, not least of which were our two technical editors, Liejon Schoot and Rob Veenendaal, without whose massive contribution this book would not have been completed.
208 pages
+/- 690 images.
69 technical diagrams (including 27 selected re-mastered diagrams at A4 size)

This includes:

  • a full exterior walk-around,
  • a complete documentation of the interior
  • a detailed study of the engine compartment.
  • a history of the vehicle from capture to present date
  • a veteran interview with the driver of Maj. Leuder
  • a history of the vehicle from capture to present date
  • a technical article by Liejon Schoot and Rob Veenendaal on the Vorpanzer design

This book is currently at the printers – all copies pre-ordered will ship first during November 2015.

Comments

  1. A K Johnston says:

    Now OUT and PRINTED

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