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ARM-003 Armada Series. Vol.3. SturmGecshutz III - Second Edition book

M-Hobby Publishing - Armada series ARM-003 Armada Series. Vol.3. SturmGecshutz III - Second Edition book
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ARM-003 Armada Series. Vol.3. SturmGecshutz III - Second Edition book

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Summary:
The combat career of this vehicle has began in France in 1940 and ended in the Near East in 1954. The StuG III became the most mass-produced German SPG during Second World War. They were delivered not only to Wehmacht, but also to Rumania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy and Finland. Captured vehicles served with allied armed forces, many were employed by the Red Army, were this type was known as "SU-75" or "Artsturm".
This book contains brief information on the history of development and service of the StuG and contains a large number of previously unpublished photographs both from Russian state archives and private collections.
We hope that this publication will be helpful reference for those interested in history of armored fighting vehicles.