Modellers wanting a convincing replica of the second Death Star from Return of the Jedi via Bandia’s splendid kit may find Greenstrawberry’s bespoke decal set useful, as it provides markings for all exterior surfaces.
As the introduction to this Africa@War publication states, conflicts around the Western Sahara are little-known in Britain, so this may be the first English-language guide to the battles that raged between 1945-1975.
While frontline machinery gathers considerable attention from modellers and enthusiasts, training aircraft are of equal importance; as such, this photographic reference to World War Two Luftwaffe examples will be a valuable resource.
Schiffer Military’s Legends of Warfare series is providing aviation enthusiasts and modellers with a refreshing appraisal of many classic designs, with this volume on the Douglas A-1 Skyraider being an ideal example.
Kagero’s Top Drawings books may have low page counts, but in terms of information density they are arguably one of the most value-for-money products currently available, especially when the separate foldout A3 plans are factored into the equation.