Modelling World War 1 Trench Warfare by Andy Belsey


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Aimed at both the beginner and more experienced modeller, this book is a guide to the design, planning and creation of realistic models in 1:285 and 1:32 scales.
Covering British, French and German trenches of the Western Front, this book includes the different construction, materials and repair methods used during the conflict. Each chapter includes the historical background, together with step-by-step instructions.
With over 300 photographs, this book includes: why trenches were a necessity to save lives and how they adapted through the war; how to build models of British ‘ideal’ and typical trenches, a wet soil trench, improved shell hole, front line dugout, tunnels and mines, and a hospital tent.
Construction advice is given for typical French and German trenches, together with a reversed German trench (modelled under British control) and a German concrete bunker. The creation of artillery models, realistic groundwork and plants is covered along with perfecting fine details such as tools, clothes, mess tins, shaving equipment, cigarette packets and letters from home.
Finally, there is a guide to visiting the trenches today, a trench glossary and useful measurements at 1:32 scale.
Delivery of this book is expected into stock week commencing 31st May 2021 – any orders including this book will be despatched once the book is ready to send.

Publisher: The Crowood Press Ltd
ISBN: 9781785008580
Number of pages: 192
Weight: 535 g
Dimensions: 246 x 189 x 14 mm

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Weight 0.1 kg