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The new Mephisto book from Queensland Museum
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Has anyone got their copy yet? Any reviews?



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I have. I wouldn't write a review though.  



-- Edited by mkc2862 on Monday 15th of October 2018 10:37:40 AM

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That's smashing.



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Sorry, I was a little brief in my reply (my original reply was longer, but still fluffed it up after two edits).

I wouldn't write a review because I haven't done that before, and don't feel I have the background of the subject or knowledge of other books to compare.

It wasn't what I was hoping for. I was hoping that, with recent forensic scans and previous research, there would be more detailed drawings and discussion on its construction. I'm less interested in the story of it's recovery and battle history, and more interested in the technical detail of it's construction.

If you haven't any books on the A7V, I'd say it would be a good buy.



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