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German Motorcycles of WWII: A Visual History in Vintage Photos and Restored Examples, Part 1

by  Ampersand Publishing
Product Description
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From the Ampersand website:

The Germans developed and used the motorcycle as an instrument of offensive warfare, perhaps more than any other nation in WWII. The major tasks of these units were mopping-up for the following troops and employment as an advance guard, surprise raid-like attacks against an opponent’s flanks and rear, as well as pursuit of the opponent. A wide variety of machines were deployed for these tasks, both impressed and adapted civilian models, as well as variety of purpose-built military motorcycles. This distinctive reference combines rare vintage photographs with photos of superbly restored German WWII motorcycles. The first of a multi-part series on the subject, this volume features large, full-color detail photos of the BMW R4; R12; R35; R71; R74 and Zündapp KS750. Only the very finest examples of these motorcycles were sought out for inclusion in this title.

Assembly Guide
Code:
AMP36702
Series:
Visual History
Date Released:
October 2016
Package Size/Weight:
28.2 x 21.7 x 0.6 cm / 470g
Manufacturer:

Ampersand Publishing

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