White Rhino 89
“A Last Hurrah” – The last Large-Scale Cold War Exercise of the 1st (UK) Armoured Division

The 1st (UK) Armoured Division of the British Army of the Rhine conducted Exercise White Rhino between 07 and 25 September 1989. The exercise covered an area of 7,500km² and included 13 districts in the provinces of Lower Saxony, Hesse and North Rhine-Westphalia of West Germany. The 7th and 22nd Armoured Brigades conducted the sub-exercises Rat Rhino and Stag Rhino in the two southern sectors of the exercise area. The last full force exercise of the 1st (UK) Armoured Division during the Cold War involved no less than 11,060 troops, 237 main battle tanks, 36 self-propelled howitzers, 957 light tracked vehicles, 2,200 wheeled vehicles and 35 helicopters. This publication grants a highly illustrated look back at a time, when British Army tanks ruled German plains!

Quantity Photos and Illustrations:
Illustrated with 124 colour photographs, 5 maps and 6 graphics
Text – Language:
English Text
Number of Pages:
64

 

Tankograd Yearbook
Armoured Vehicles of the Modern German Army 2019

The Tankograd-YEARBOOK provides an overview over the in-service armoured vehicles of the Modern German Army and updates Tankograd’s vehicle monographs published over the past years by describing and listing all main types, their variants, showing technical data of the basic variant and all quantities in service.
Now enlarged to 136 pages! More vehicles (Leguan, Mungo, Duro, Yak)! 150 new photos!

Quantity Photos and Illustrations:
Illustrated with 197 colour photos
Text – Language:
English Text
Number of Pages:
136