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My World War II Book Library

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My World War II book library for wargaming consists of the following titles this is not an exhaustive library is just some of my favourites on the subject. The Second World War (5) The Eastern Front 1941–1945 In 1940, fresh from the success in France, Hitler turned his attention to the East. In this volume Geoffrey Jukes explains what led to Hitler's decision to instigate the invasion of the Soviet Union (Operation Barbarossa) and offers a concise account of the campaign that followed. The Germans expected to conquer Russia in only four months, but at Stalingrad and then Kursk the Russians fought back. At a human cost of 27 million Soviet lives Hitler was forced into a humiliating retreat and Russia emerged from the war as a super power ready to take on the capitalist world. Campaign Operation Barbarossa 194

Paper Modeling Guide

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This free 23-page booklet is full of practical advice and tips for improving your paper modeling. It's written for paper modelers of all skill levels, offering basic advice along with advanced techniques. While most of what you'll find inside can be applied to paper models of all kinds, the Paper Modeling Guide focuses on getting the best results from Dave Graffam Models in particular. To get started in this awesome hobby right away and start building paper game terrain, pick up this modeling guide and a free model such as the Hovel, Coach House or Observatory. Wargame Vault