Nuts Bolts Vol.37 Jagdpanzer IV Part 1: L/48 (Sd.Kfz. 162)

Nuts & Bolts have announced their next issue in their excellent series of books. If you want to know about the Jagdpanzer IV L/48 (Sd.Kfz. 162) in depth, then this is the book for you.

We are pleased to announce the publication of our latest Volume 37 on the early versions of the Jadgpanzer IV, also called “Guderian duck”. This “tank” first designed 1942 on an order of the Heereswaffenamt to VOMAG and first introduced in 1944 was basically a new successor to the Sturmgeschütz. There was a considerable effort by the General der Artillerie for the retention of the designation “Sturmgeschütz”. Guderian battled and won his case for the issuing of the tanks to the Panzerjäger units of the Panzer-Divisions. Despite the inexperienced Panzerjäger units the Jagdpanzer IV became a very worthy adversary against the Allies Armoured opposition.
This volume includes the early versions of Panzerjäger IV chassis No. V2 to the leichte Panzerjäger IV with the 7.5 cm Pak 39 L/48. As we formulated the production of this volume it became apparent that the historical information we obtained could only be done justice if we produced two volumes on one of the most important German tank of the Second World War. Together with Volume 38, which is devoted to the VOMAG and ALKETT versions with the 7.5 cm Pak 42 L/70 and the Einheitsfahr- gestell, all versions of this formidable vehicle will be included to the standard of information that our readers have become used to.

Book details:

  • by Joachim Baschin, Martin Block
  • published on November 18, 2016
  • soft cover
  • german & english texts
  • 180 pages
  • 368 photos (152 historic, 23 model, 193 modern)
  • 36 blueprints
  • 16 camouflage schemes, tactical markings, table of organsisation (KStN)
  • only 29.90€

Available from Nuts & Bolts website.

See our reviews of some previous issues here.

Paul Tosney – Editor
ModelBuilder International
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Paul Tosney

Paul has been with Model Builder International since almost the beginning. He started building models as a boy, and took a hiatus, but started building again a few years ago. He builds pretty much anything, but mostly WW2, with a smattering of modern and the occasional SciFi model.

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