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  1. thanks! https://drive.google.com/open?id=14v8DipR0r19bM-NgN0KGcsKi_VIHniS5 to me works ok... NO, DOESNt WORK... 404 me too well, just copy and paste url into blank tab, to me it works
  2. well, five more GUINNESS 1976 AIR WARFARE History Of 251p .pdf https://drive.google.com/open?id=1iGdzIC3SGE6MoKqLPZIqys-TxM7Gp_9C GUINNESS 1983 SHIPS AND SHIPPING Facts & Feats 263p .pdf https://drive.google.com/open?id=1SGRHCxZ7aQu7LUqg5CFBC6ateDnJ9Vjf Lloyd 1994 ESPIONAGE The Guinness Book Of 256p .pdf https://drive.google.com/open?id=1UclQ-Q218fYCoL1MPz5a9eYf8MI8Kj87 Macksey 1985 COMMANDO Hit And Run Combat In World War II 227p .pdf https://drive.google.com/open?id=1lBwSASyFQaSrwVEHA0u8MpCxeroC1xY_ Regan 2000 MILITARY BLUNDERS the Brasseys book of 187p .pdf https://drive.google.com/op
  3. right now, only one (Armoured Forces) was scanned by me. all the others were scanned by archive.org; since modern books cannot be downloaded, I printscreen all their pages one by one... Macksey 1972 TANK Fact & Feats (Guinness trivia book, same line than above linked GUINNESS 1973 AIR Facts and Feats, very entertaining and very educating) is NOT in archive.org but I can scan it, any popular clamour for it?
  4. Trojca https://drive.google.com/open?id=1HnYmgHbLTsGGpW_h1y6OiknIa8BI4DUR Trojca textable https://drive.google.com/open?id=1eF2p0aCsiCPe63vh8UaRFZwGdA0Tfq7J try now..
  5. yep, I have looked Macksey and realize that I liked many of his books without having locked in his name... well, here are a few more, 3 of them macksey's Grove 1976 GERMAN ARMOUR 1939-1940 Poland & France 72p .pdf https://drive.google.com/open?id=1P41PAdnNrAdZJsMN16vISekTMKXsJJi5 GUINNESS 1973 AIR Facts And Feats 289p .pdf https://drive.google.com/open?id=1a9xGq6_MPfvXVry0y3B1TNn1o1dYaR58 GUINNESS 1973 AIR Facts And Feats 289p textable .pdf https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZK3qyZaTDcxLieSsJAN7S0YDTAog8Zgh GUINNESS Macksey & FrereCook 1975 The History Of SEA WARFARE A Guinness Supe
  6. these are plain vanilla archive.org downloads, for ease of reference Bunker & Ramirez c2011 NARCO ARMOR Improvised Armored Fighting Vehicles In Mexico 85p .pdf https://drive.google.com/open?id=1JFYdmo4bc8pc1DcDd_XJT8jjZpf9PwwJ JANEs 2002 World War II TANKS And Fighting Vehicles the complete guide 238p .pdf https://drive.google.com/open?id=1nG5FXvMQAdDXc7djGp5LLrhNP38VCHtF JANEs 2002 World War II TANKS And Fighting Vehicles the complete guide 238p textable .pdf https://drive.google.com/open?id=1_3FKyZ2sDvVZ_smmOK7zproePPvl_ehk Salamander 1981 World War II TANKS And Fighting Vehicles an ill
  7. It is done!http://ciar.org/ttk/mbt/books/ogorkiewicz/ thanks! but you forgot the ARMOURED FORCES 1970 (the Technology of Tanks (from archive.org) is in 2 versions, the lighter one is caracter recognition, so lighter but may have errors so I quote both)
  8. Armour 1960, and Armoured Forces 1970, are first and second edition of same work. if there were a popular clamor for having this scanned, make it known... Thanks! I would be interested for sure. well, after being assured by RETAC21 that his Multiple Personality Disorder qualifies as a crowdy request, here it is... Ogorkiewicz 1970 ARMOURED FORCES A History Of Armoured Forces & Their Vehicles 475p .pdf https://drive.google.com/open?id=14wssKsm5jYeiverQfXslEP8PmjmAnfZG ​for sake of completeness, here are toghether all three already seen ones (watch, links are new) Ogorkiewicz 1968 De
  9. Fantastic pdf! :-) Thank you! thanks to you, except covers is your jpg scans... I suggest you put pdf in same folder than your jpg's, so any interested can access both versions.
  10. mmm... Technology of Tanks is very very good imho BUT it is 1990 vintage, which incredibly is 30 years ago (in a blink) what would you guys say has been the main developments in these 30 years? ie, were you to write the index of and Annex to ToT, or its IIIrd volume, what would you list? or it is just incrementally better electronics, projectiles, armor? is the active defense (kill the enemy warhead) the main breakthrought?
  11. the 60s is a very good midway reference point in my opinion: - the first 50 years of tank development, - enclosing a hefty war laboratory to discover and digest lessons, - the end of conventional steel armor and beginning of steel-plus-whatever, - the end of conventional guns and projectiles and beginning of smooth bores shooting arrows - the beginning of the massive electronics and general wizardry let's say, the closing of the iron tank era
  12. Armour 1960, and Armoured Forces 1970, are first and second edition of same work. if there were a popular clamor for having this scanned, make it known... Thanks! I would be interested for sure. 1 is you, 2 is company, 3 is a multitude (hence popular)...
  13. EFP, shaped charge but not HollowCharge aka HEAT (difference being all mass going into slug and none into jet) was the preferred sting of a lot of 80s wunder weapons to kill hordes of soviet tanks, main advantage being huge standoff (like 50m?) I would also put antiradar chaff into each warhead (plus perhaps some kind of shrapnel or cluster or small heats, to kill as many reactive armor bricks as possible) to open the way for the next killing shot
  14. THANKS have taken the liberty of adding cover front/back/edge&lapels, and converting all into a single pdf "Ogorkiewicz 1968 Design And Development Of FIGHTING VEHICLES 301p .pdf" https://drive.google.com/open?id=18kl_wW8_ijKgOjPFQmWb7I2y4ey8c_jj
  15. Armour 1960, and Armoured Forces 1970, are first and second edition of same work. if there were a popular clamor for having this scanned, make it known...
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