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Almark American Armoured Cars 1940-45

Almark American Armoured Cars 1940-45

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Armour
ed
car at
wa
r
;
aheavilyladen
United
Stales
Arm
yMSdrivescautiouslypastburning
build
ings
in
the
town
of
Canisy,France,inJuly
1944
(U.S.
Offici
o[).
AMERICAN ARMOURED CARS,
1940-45
Co
pyright ChrisEllisa
nd
PeterC
hamb
erlain,
1969
DrawingscopyrightKenneth M.Jones,
1969
Contents
Page
2
II
II
18
191923
Part
I:
developmentPart
2:
production
vehicles
described
Til
series
TI8E2,
Boarhound
MS.
Greyhound
M20T28(
M38),
Wolfhound
Line
DrawingsTI7EITI7EI
,
stowage
dia
gramTI7E2
M8
M20M20,
crosssection
Colour
drawings
M20
TI7EI
,
TI7E2
M8
Specifications
Almarks
Publishing
Co.
Cover
12
15
13
20
21
22
Cover
ii
,iii
Cover
iv
24
Firstpublis
hed
1969.
All
rig
ht
sreserved.
No
part
of
t
hi
spublicati
on
ma
yber
eprod
u
ced
inany form
wi
th
out
priorpermissi
on
fran-z
thepublishers.
THIS
publication
tells
the
story
of th
e
armouredcar
s
produced
in
America
in
the
years
1940-45,
the
onl
yperiod
of
really
concentrateddevelopment
of this
class
of
vehicle
·in
the
history
of
U.S.
armoured
forc
es
.
Divided
broadly
into
two
parts
,
Part
I
tells
the
overa
ll
de
velopmentstory
,
putting
each
project
and
prototyp
e
intoperspective
and illustrating mostof
the
prototyp
e
vehicles,
while
P
art
2
provides
a
more detailed des-cription
of
each
of
the
U.S.
armouredcar
design
s
which was
standardised
or
achieved
production
status
.Scale
drawings
of
the
most
important
types
are
given
to
constant
I:48
and
I:
76
scales
and
the
opportunity
is
taken
to
give
extensivepicture
coverage
of
value
to
modellers
in
particula
.r
but
also
,
of
course, of
interestto
a
ll
armour
enthusiasts
.
The
colour
drawing
sby
Kenneth
M.
Jones
show
markin
g
schemes
for
specificvehicl
es.
For
assistance
in
the
gathering
of
photographs
,
dat
a
and
other
material
,
special
thanks
go
to
Col.
R.J. leks,USAR(
retd
),
Richard
M.
Hunnicutt
,
John
Milsom,A
xel
Duckert,
Pi
er
re
Tauzin,
C.
Gurtner,
R.
Surlt!mont
,and
the
Imperial
War
Museum
.
Sourceofillustrations
is
credited with
each
caption.
In
the
case
of
Imperial
War
Museum
(
IWM)photographs
,
th
e
number
is
given
if
known
.
Postcard
size
·
printsof
theseparticularpicture
s
can be
ordered
from
the
Photo
Library
,
Imperial
War
Museum
,
Lambeth
,
London
,S.E.I,England,
provided
thatthe
number
is
quot
ed
with
the
order
.
Price
of
eachprin
t
is
Is
.6d.
(25
cents)(postage
extra).

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