Camera On series #23, Staff Cars In Germany WWII, Volume Two

This very popular series provides excellent rare images and this new addition provides some 150 photographs of private cars adapted for German military service. The author has provided a very good selection of images covering that essential and much under reported vehicle, the staff car. Highly Recommended

NAME:    Camera On series #23, Staff Cars In Germany WWII, Volume Two
FILE: R3267
AUTHOR: Alan Ranger
PUBLISHER: Mushroom Model Publications
BINDING: soft back
PRICE: £15.00                                                         
GENRE: Non Fiction
SUBJECT:   light vehicles, soft vehicles, cars, staff cars, German service vehicles, 
private cars, WWII, World War II, World War 2, Second World War

ISBN: 978-8365281-86-9

PAGES: 80 pages, 150 images
IMAGE: B3267.jpg
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DESCRIPTION: This very popular series provides excellent rare images and this new 
addition provides some 150 photographs of private cars adapted for German military 
service.  The author has provided a very good selection of images covering that 
essential and much under reported vehicle, the staff car.   Highly Recommended


The Opel motor company provided a range of vehicles adapted for military use from the start of German re-armament. The Opel P-4 was used as the basis of a tank mock-up for training because the Germans were so short of the real thing.

The Opel Kadett, Super 6, Kapitan and Admiral are all covered, using photographs shot by normal German soldiers.

The MMP readership began as keen modellers publishing organization and it continues to be an important part of their market, but these books are also eagerly sought by military history enthusiasts to augment their libraries where so many military history books contain very few photographic images.

There are brief introductions, for each of the vehicles covered, at the front of the book and every image includes a very informative caption or extended caption. The images are rare and most have not previously appeared in a book, coming from private archives.