The first Italian armoured cars
In this first volume devoted to Italian armoured cars, we begin by presenting the earliest and oldest ones. In the beginning, these were mainly models that remained at prototype level, or vehicles produced in very low numbers. Of the many, we have devoted some space to the oldest blindos such as the Bianchi, which was already present in the Italo-Turkish conflict, or the Fiat-Terni Tripoli born in 1918. We then move on to the legend of the Lancia 1Z, a successful vehicle that was born in the First World War and remained operational until 1945! It was a massive vehicle, entirely of Italian design. To share much of the book we close with the Fiat 611 armoured car built in 1932, as was often the case with Ansaldo at the time, and specifically designed for colonial use. It operated mainly in the A.O.I. together with its older sister Lancia 1Z and fast tanks. Over twenty plates of colour profiles by the author complete this book.
By Luca Stefano Cristini, 60 pages
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