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Classic Military Vehicle is the UK’s best-selling publication dedicated to the coverage of historic military vehicles from the turn of the 20th century, when warfare started to become increasingly mechanised, right up to the Gulf War of the nineties and beyond. Every month, Classic Military Vehicle’s renowned team of authors and photographers pack the magazine with features on all manner of ‘green machines’ whether armoured or soft-skin, wheeled or tracked, well-known or obscure. Using a combination of fascinating archive material, superb photography and authoritative writing, each month Classic Military Vehicle magazine profiles military machines that have made history during the last century or so, and reports on leading restoration projects and the people behind them. With numerous pages of classified adverts, a comprehensive price guide and regular market reports, Classic Military Vehicle is also the must-read publication for anyone interested in buying or selling a military vehicle. Further, reports from shows big and small, both in the UK and overseas, keep the reader up to date with what is a fascinating and growing scene. If military vehicles are your passion, you won’t want to miss a single issue of Classic Military Vehicle.
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Tractors transformed the efficiency and scope for farming across the world as horses were gradually overtaken by powered farming. We look at all of the pioneering tractors through to the early classics. With a worldwide following classic tractor brings an interesting read to a very wide range of people interested in ‘yesterday’s farming’.
Aeroplane Collectors’ Archive is a series of bookazines produced by a dedicated team of enthusiasts focusing on groups of aircraft from the history of aviation in a particularly close-up fashion. Featuring archive images alongside period cutaway diagrams, the intention is to take reader ‘inside’ the aircraft in the most literal sense. Highly detailed, annotated double-page cutaway drawings by artists who studied the different aircraft on production lines expose every facet and function of the aeroplanes’ anatomy, providing a complete and comprehensive understanding of the inner workings and layout. These line drawings are accompanied by a selection of images from Aeroplane’s extensive archive, carefully chosen to highlight external and internal details not visible on smaller prints. Accompanying text charts the design and evolution of all aircraft featured along with their specifications, variants and a brief history of their flying careers. Titles currently range from early flying-boats to World War II bombers and fighters and early post-war British airliners, exploring the variety of winged wonders that rolled off British production lines. The unique and hugely in-depth coverage of aircraft from the outside in will appeal to all aviation enthusiasts as well as readers who simply enjoy discovering how things work!
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Aeroplane traces its lineage back to the weekly The Aeroplane launched in June 1911, and continues to provide the best and most varied aviation coverage around. Aeroplane magazine is dedicated to offering the most in-depth and entertaining read on all types of historic aircraft. With an emphasis on flying machines from the 1930s, 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, the magazine features such icons as the Spitfire, Hurricane, Lancaster and many more. However, Aeroplane is also highly regarded for its regular articles on historic civil light aircraft and rarities that are scarcely covered elsewhere – making it the most balanced historic aviation monthly on the market. It is illustrated with exclusive archive photography from our massive collection of original glass-plate negatives, plus stunning colour air-to-air pictures of the world’s best restored aircraft. Regular series include the renowned Database section, offering in-depth coverage of a specific type. Database has now been running for over 10 years, enabling regular readers to build up a comprehensive reference source of many aircraft. Also inside every issue there’s the latest news from all around the world, historical accounts, a look back at how The Aeroplane reported on significant aviation milestones, events coverage, book reviews, Q&As and much more. Aeroplane magazine is the essential read for any aviation enthusiast. ├ ├Kelsey Publishing

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