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23 Jun 2013

Skytrex Ltd

Skytrex Ltd

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Model Railway Ranges.
Skytrex also manufacture buildings and accessories for Model Railways.

Our most extensive range is of British O Gauge products, which is 1/43.5 or 7mm to the foot. You may find that many of the more general pieces in this range, barrels, boxes & crates plus walls, bridges and pieces of infrastructure are more than suitable for "28mm" and above. If you're at all interested then perhaps visit our O Gauge site www.ogauge.co.uk and look in the "Accessories" section under the "General" tab.

We also have an ever expanding range of British OO Gauge models. OO is 4mm to the foot which is 1/76th scale or "20mm" of course!! Once again there's a specific website www.skytrexmodelrailways.com

Products
Modern, American, British, German, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Russian, Vietnam
World War II, American, British, French, German, Italian, Russian, Aircraft, Sea Vessels
Scenics & Accessories

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Address

Skytrex Ltd
Unit 1
Charnwood Business Park
North Road Loughborough
LE11 1LE
United Kingdom

Phone

01509 213789

Email

sales@skytrex.com

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Operation Barbarossa: The Complete Organisational and Statistical Analysis, and Military Simulation, Vol. 1

Operation Barbarossa: The Complete Organisational and Statistical Analysis, and Military Simulation, Vol. 1

In June 1941 the Wehrmacht launched Operation Barbarossa: the attack on the Ussr and the largest land invasion in recorded history.

Operation Barbarossa: the Complete Organisational and Statistical Analysis, and Military Simulation focuses on 1941 when the Ussr came closest to defeat. It includes full analyses of the belligerents' armed forces, weapons, equipment, personnel, transport, logistics, war production, mobilisation and replacements.

The work employs a unique military simulation methodology, extending from the tactical to the strategic level, and applies this methodology to each of the belligerents.

Volume I, the first of six volumes, is primarily concerned with the structure of this methodology, but uses many of the events and weapons from Operation Barbarossa as illustrative case studies. The complete work represents the most historically accurate, advanced and comprehensive analysis of the first six months of the largest and most decisive military campaign of WWII.