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Welcome to a ‘Special’ version of Military Modelling Volume 47, Issue 4 which on this occasion focusses on the 75th Anniversary of the Battles of El Alamein. As we all know, it was a crucial, tide-turning campaign which saw the Allies suddenly step from the back foot to the front. Even with a mag this size there is so much more I wanted to include such as the artillery, the multiple soft-skins and diverse range of armoured cars, half-tracks and light vehicles that were involved in the colossal toing and froing conflict which, by the time it had come to an end, had lasted for nearly three years. In that time, the Axis forces had dominated the bulk of Europe and North Africa and by the end were retreating and defending on all fronts. It really was one of the most important theatres of war during the Second World War and the sacrifice made by British, Australian, New Zealand, South African, Indian and Greek troops, not to mention the equally high losses for the German and Italian forces, should never be overlooked. Please send me a message at contribeditor@militarymodelling.com if you think you have a project that I might be interested in within these hallowed pages. Please visit www.militarymodelling.com for ideas, inspiration and advice virtually 24 hours a day.

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