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The first volume on Israeli Sherman-based Self-Propelled Weapons is already available for ordering.
This is the first volume of two giving a comprehensive look at the unique Israeli Sherman-based Artillery vehicles, beginning with the improvisations forced upon Haganah and the fledgling IDF in the late 1940s, onwarda

The two volumes discuss the contribution of primarily, self-propelled artillery in the development of TZAHAL (Tsva Ha’Haganah le’Yisra’el, Hebrew for Israel Defense Force or IDF), as it was paired with another significant part of IDF history, the Sherman tank.

This subject is best understood by also discussing what came immediately before the Sherman-based artillery weapons in IDF service.

Vehicles in this first volume are: M7 Priest and TOMAT M50 155mm.
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Looks good to me. Nice to see some different stuff.
NOV 18, 2017 - 05:08 AM
Looks great, thanks Trackpads; I may just pick this up for the M 7 Priest photos
NOV 18, 2017 - 05:45 AM
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