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Military Modelling Magazine, Late April 2003 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue

THE CALM BEFORE THE STORM - Stephen ‘Cookie’ Sewell
AMERICA’S MOST SECRET TANK - Steve Zaloga
BMP-2D IN AFGHANISTAN - Alex Clark
RAILHEAD 1917 - Darryl Foxwell
SWASTIKA VERSUS SWASTIKA - Jukka Purhonen
RADIO CONTROLLED SHERMAN - Rob Henden
IMPROVING THE BREED - Michael Salzano and Frank De Sisto
“GOTVERDOMME!” - Marijn van Gils
‘PRAYING MANTIS’ - Peter Gillson and Peter Brown
LATE WAR STURMGESCHUTZE - Lester Plaskitt
PEST CONTROLLER - Nigel Norfolk
THE ROAD TO CAEN - Neil Hewlett
“IKE’S INVASION TAXI” - Mario Eens
STARR ATTRACTION - John Boyton

COVER - Cromwell Models’ 1:35 scale A13 Mark II (Cruiser Mark IVA) appropriately named ‘Cromwell’ in the markings of HQ ‘C’ Squadron, 3rd County of London Yeomanry, 22nd Armoured Brigade, I st Armoured Division in England, December 1940. Photo: Ken Jones.

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First of our 100-page special issues for this year features military vehicle models and going on past successes of this particular title we'vi added the odd diorama too. The next 'Special Issue' will be devoted to figure modelling and this will be published later this year in August, to be followed by the third, on Euro Militaire, in November.
We have again added some dioramas, including a working model railway exhibition layout will a military theme. It's said that military modelling and railway modelling go hand in hand, some modellers following both pursuits, and Darryl Foxwell certainly combines the two hobbies.
Marijn van Gils gold medal awardwinning 1:35 scale diorama "Gotverdomme!" of the the wrecked Panther tank in an equally wrecked church appears too, as does Neil Hewlett's smaller scale Road to Caen. More military vehicle modellers now tend to display their models on scenic bases which gives us food for thought on future special issues or magazine articles on purely scenic matters.
The more unusual vehicles feature alongside 'mainstream' types - Steve Zaloga's American version of the British 'Canal Defence Light' - the secret 1-10 Shop Trac tor - and the British 'Preying Mantis' is modelled by Peter Gillson with a history of this unusual vehicle by Peter Brown.
There is quite a range of different projects in different scales from 1:76 to 1:15 this time round with the odd soft skin and anti-tank gun included for good measure. I hope you enjoy it as much as we have producing it.
Ken Jones
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