Mushroom 4118 – T-34-85: Camouflage & Markings 1944-1945
T-34-85: Camouflage & Markings 1944-1945
Authors – Przemysław Skulski
Illustrator – Therry Vallet
Series – Green
T-34-85 served in huge numbers with the Soviet Army and its allies, and was also used by their enemies!
This book describes the colours and markings applied to the T-34-85 in service with all major users, including unit and tactical markings, individual names and insignia, and air recognition features.
Profusely illustrated with photos and colour profiles, this is essential reading for armour enthusiasts and modellers.
Table of Contents:
Design and Development
Special duty vehicles
Operational use 1944-1945
Camouflage and Markings
T-34-85 tanks produced by Plant No. 183 in Nizhny Tagil
T-34-85 built by Plant No.112 in Gorki
T-34-85 (from plant No.112 with eight section turret)
T-34-85 ( from plant No.112 with so-called 2nd version turret)
T-34-85 tanks built by Plant No.112 with mushroom type turrets
T-34-85 produced by No.174 plant in Omsk with “etalon” turret type
Details of the interior of a T-34-85 tank (from Plant No.183)
Section of a T-34-85 tank (from Plant No. 183 with very atypical gun yoke)
A must have for the T-35-85 modeller.
Highly recommended to anyone wanting an illustrated publication of this iconic tank.