You're probably thinking "what a weird title!", but once you
look inside this book, you'll really start wondering. This book is all
about German radio equipment in World War II. If you've ever really wanted
to know what a German radio looks like, this book will show you. In most
cases all that is given in a kit is a box with a knob or two. This book
shows that there is a lot more to them than just that.
All of these radios pictured here have survived the war and are in private
collections, some nicely restored and others a little rough. The detail
photos of the actual radios are supplemented by period photos showing
their placement in vehicles and antenna styles. With proper research one
could actually build a model from a specific battle and paint up the radio
to reflect the proper channels being used. Now THAT would take care of
any nitpickers out there!
If not that, at least this book shows you what the dials look like in
color (and many are quite colorful) as well as the arrangement of wires
and such, allowing you to make your radio sets that much more accurate
in appearance. I can recommend this title to any armor modeler.