A big decal sheet with 1 72, 1 48 and 1 35 individual and national markings for 8 Pz.Kpfw III tanks and 8 Sturmgesch tz assault guns built on the chassis of the Pz.Kpfw III The decal sheet was printed by Cartograf Each painting scheme is depicted on a beautifully drawn color profile and described in the 20 page guidebook with English and Polish text The selection contains the following vehicles Pz.Kpfw III Funk Ausf J named Strolch II from Versuchskommando F.L Tropen, North Africa, September 1942, Sturmgesch tz III Ausf F 8 coded A and named Henni from an unidentified unit, late 1942, Pz.Kpfw III Ausf J coded 100 from 1 Pz.Abt.18, Vielikiye Luki area, winter of 1942 1943, Sturmgesch tz III Ausf G coded 02 from Pz.Komp Fkl 314, Battle of Kursk, Russia, July 1943, Pz.Kpfw III Ausf N coded R14 from staff of Pz.Rgt.25 from 7th Panzer Division, Battle of Kursk, Russia, July 1943, Pz.Kpfw III Ausf M coded 24 from staff of Pz.Rgt Gro deutschland, Eastern Front, summer 1943, Sturmgesch tz III Ausf F 8 coded 35 from III Pz.Rgt HG of Fallschirm Panzer Division 1 Hermann G ring, Sicily, July August 1943, Pz.Kpfw III Ausf J L coded 234 from 2 Pz.Rgt.33 Prinz Eugen of 9th Panzer Division, Bryansk area, August 1943, Sturmgesch tz III Ausf G coded 943 from 9 Pz.Rgt.24, northern Italy, September 1943, Sturmgesch tz III Ausf G coded 10 from Stug.Abt.237 attached to the 18th Panzergrenadier Division, vehicle of the 1 Battery CO, Hptm Bodo Spranz, Yelnya, Russia, October 1943, Pz.Kpfw III Ausf N coded 301 of the CO of Panzer Sicherungs Kompanie 3, Oblt Karl Friedrich Bohn Slovenia Croatia, October November 1943, Sturmgesch tz III Ausf G from StuG.Abt.270 attached to Ski.Jag.Brig.1, Germany, winter of 1943 44, Panzerbeobachtungswagen III Ausf F G coded 2701 from an unidentified unit, Eastern Front, 1944, Pz.Kpfw III Ausf N coded 211 from Pz.Abt.208, northern Italy, August 1944, Sturmgesch tz III Ausf F 8 coded 001 from Pz.Jg.Abt.61, 11th Panzer Division, France, September 1944, Sturmgesch tz III Ausf G coded 223 and named Elsa Nelly from Pz.Jg.Abt.346, 346th Infantry Division, Holland, May 1945....
|Title||:||Pz.Kpfw. III family (Mini Topcolors)|
|Publisher||:||Kagero Pmplt edition August 19, 2013|
|Number of Pages||:||16 pages|
|File Size||:||688 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Pz.Kpfw. III family (Mini Topcolors) Reviews
Disappointed . Very thin book (18 pages) and only 8 on the Pz III. What there was was good, but there was not enough. Overall, if you want a book on the Pz III get the Kagero Panzer III J/L/M. Most of this book was on the Stug III. There are better books on the Stug. if that is what you want. This book doesn't do justice to either vehicle. If you are doing a Pz III do a Pz III, If a Stug, than do a Stug.. Mini is the right word for this. The decal sheet is great though, covering the three major scales (1/72 1/48 1/35) and are for vehicles depicted in the book.
should have concentrated on Panzer III proper...particularly because this is a decal set that should cover the tank, not the assault gun.
For anyone like myself who builds 1/48th armor models, finding decals for my kits is difficult. This publication comes with decals in the three main scales, 1/72nd, 1/48th and 1/35th. The decals, by Cartograph of Italy, are superbly printed, and the book's color artwork is first rate, with each acting as decal placement instructions. The artwork is very well captioned. So overall, a first rate product, highly recommended.
Pz.Kpfw. III family (Mini Topcolors) provides an excellent set of decals, good graphics, and a good description of the vehicles.