Kagero

Kagero

Based in Central Europe Kagero is a leading publisher and exporter of books on military history, releasing nearly 60 titles each year.  

Founded in 1995 and releasing English language publications from 1998, Kagero publishes authors from Poland, Canada, USA, Australia and Great Britain. Books are highly illustrated and perfect for modelers and enthusiasts alike due to the incredible detail included. Kagero also publishes a number of professional magazines in Polish and these are edited at the highest level: ARMIA, AERO, MILITARIA XX Wieku, Super Model, OKRĘTY. 

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  • The Aircraft Carrier HMS Invincible

    HMS Invincible was the lead ship of a class of British light aircraft carriers built between 1973 and 1985, originally designed as "through-deck cruisers" (TDC). This set them apart from conventional helicopter-carrying ships of the time, which typically featured a flight deck in the aft section of the vessel.

    Invincible-class carriers were the world's largest warships powered by gas turbines and featured a modular design which allowed replacement and upgrades of various elements of propulsion system and equipment without the need for any structural modifications of... Learn More

    Starting at: £18.00

  • The German Armoured Infantry Support Gun Sturmpanzer IV Brummbär

    Sturmpanzer IV Brummbär (SdKfz 166, Sturmgeschütz IV für 15cm StuH 43) was a German self-propelled assault gun. Work on the design began in 1942 with a goal of creating a vehicle well suited for the demands of urban warfare. The gun was based on the PzKpfw IV Ausf. E and F and, later, Ausf. G. Initially, the vehicle carried 15 cm StuH 43 howitzer, which was later replaced by a bespoke 15 cm StuH 23/1 L/12 weapon. Brummbär went into production in 1943. Learn More

    Starting at: £18.00

  • Messerschmitt Me 210/Me 410

    Messerschmitt Me 210 - German heavy fighter. Work on the design began in late 1930s with a goal of creating a versatile aircraft, equally capable as a fighter, dive bomber or a reconnaissance platform. The machine was an all-metal, low-wing monoplane, featuring twin vertical stabilizers. Full-scale production of the Me 210 was launched in 1941. The aircraft was powered by a pair of Daimler-Benz DB 601F engines, each producing 959 kW of power.

    Messerschmitt Me 410 - German heavy twin-engine fighter and fast bomber, meant to be an improvement of the unsuccessful Me 210 design. The... Learn More

    Starting at: £18.00

  • Grumman F-14 Tomcat in US Navy Service

    The F-14 Tomcat is more than just a naval plane. It goes beyond the merely formal, it has marked an era in the same way that previously did aircraft like the F-4 Phantom II, the different models of the mythical Mirage, the F-86 Sabre, the P-51 Mustang, the Spitfire, etc. The uniqueness of its mission and having a single user (in addition to Iran) were not an obstacle for this exceptional fighter to gain respect and a reputation that few fighter planes have had throughout the twentieth century. Learn More

    Starting at: £21.00

  • The Battleships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau vol. I

    The battleships of the Kriegsmarine are only four vessels in total, which they managed to put into operational service in 1935-1941. The first two of those, Scharnhorst and Gneisenau, did not make as spectacular combat career as the other two. So far, no extensive memories of seamen sailing them have appeared, because their career practically boiled down to staying in a port, dock or roadstead until they sank or the hostilities ended. The current publication is a form of compromise between combat operations, shortened in it to a necessary minimum, in the case of Scharnhorst, and a broader... Learn More

    Starting at: £50.00

  • Panavia Tornado

    Panavia Tornado - a twin-engine fighter-bomber and a heavy, two-seater fighter plane with variable wing geometry produced in cooperation with Great Britain, Germany and Italy. There are three main versions of the Tornado aircraft: the Tornado IDS (Interdictor / Strike) attack version, the Tornado ADV (Air Defense Variant) interceptor version and the Tornado ECR (Electronic Combat / Reconaissance) electronic combat version. Learn More

    Starting at: £18.50

  • German Medium Tank Panzerkampfwagen IV

    Panzerkampfwagen IV (PzKpfw IV) - German medium tank from World War II. Until the fall of 1942, it was the heaviest tank in the army of the Third Reich. Initially, it was armed with a 75 mm short-barreled cannon, but as a result of the experience gained it was rearmed with long-barreled guns. Learn More

    Starting at: £18.50

  • Club 1/72

    List of planes whose drawings are in the book: Hanschel Hs 123, Arado Ar 196, Messerschmitt Bf 109 A-D,

    Messerschmitt Bf 109 E, Messerschmitt Bf 109 E-B, Messerschmitt Bf 109 T, Messerschmitt Bf 109 F, Me 262 Schwalbe, Dornier Do 17/Do215, Curtis P-40, P-51 Mustang, SBD Dauntless, Ki 43 Hayabusa, Saab J29 Tunnan
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    Starting at: £18.50

  • Eastern Front Vol. I

    The book presents color profiles of selected tanks fighting on the Eastern Front, both on the Soviet and German sides. The book comes with a decal sheet. Learn More

    Starting at: £14.95

  • Messerschmitt Bf 109 A-F

    Messerschmitt Bf 109, the most famous WW2 German fighter. The book presents color profiles of all versions from A to F. The book with a decal sheet. Learn More

    Starting at: £14.95

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