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In this new AMMO publication, you will find all the necessary information required to paint and weather all your modeling projects involving this famous American-built tank.
More than 180 color profiles grouped by war theaters will inspire you to build subjects with the most original and appealing versions and camouflage schemes.

This book shows that against conventional wisdom, not all Sherman tanks were painted green. From color schemes that take us to the dusty and scorching sand of the North African desert, through the European battlefields, and ending with vehicles used in the Pacific Theater of Operations, this publication shows many original and rarely seen examples of WWII camouflage schemes.

There is an introductory chapter included that analyzes the different versions of the Sherman in an easy and comprehensive manner.

Also included is a section that outlines the different colors used to paint each example used by a diverse range of armies throughout the course of the war.
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looks pretty nice...
NOV 17, 2017 - 01:28 PM
No mention of author(s)? Who did research for this book? Is it based on solid references, or artistic license?
NOV 17, 2017 - 09:16 PM
Pawel, you heretic. Questioning the validity of someone's research? Why would a paint manufacturer produce a book of colour profiles but to disseminate new and accurate information. Certainly it wouldn't be just to sell more paint, would it?
NOV 17, 2017 - 11:03 PM
To paraphrase Benjamin Franklin, research in the first person; i.e. "My research" is never to be questioned. It is only research in the third person, i.e. "their research" that is to be questioned.
NOV 17, 2017 - 11:12 PM
We broke our quick reply box. Working on it. Until fixed go to topic to reply.
Thanks.
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