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New in card cover. Land Vehicles & Weapons-General Between the wars the major powers saw tanks as a coming threat, and as a result developed new antitank guns to knock out the threat. Britain underwent a number of trials and errors but settled on the 2-pounder in 1936. Production was difficult, and the British approached Canada in 1939 to augment domestic production of the weapon. Dominion Engineering Works took over production of barrels and General Electric Canada made the carriages. The book provides a number of 1/35 scale drawings of the most common gun, the 2-pounder Mark 9 on Carriage Mark 2 as well as other variants. UL-XXXXXX. 24pp, 22 b/w photos, 3-view plans.
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