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I got a copy of the Sturm! Extra - British Light Tank Mk.VIB. Here is a short review.
It is 24 pages, all colour. There are three construction articles on the Vulcan Mk.VIB kit. All with Japanese and English comments. The articles are good. They show some parts of the Vulcan kit that can be improved and a few details that were missed. Such as the little springs on the bogies and the antenna mount on the turret. There are some assembly step suggestions that will make the project go more smoothly.
There is a set of reference photos, 23-ish, with comments that make reference to the kit too.
There are short previews of the IMA interior kit, which looks good, and the set of crew from Passion Models.
At the end there is an interview with Vulcan Models. They hint there will be more British Light tank kits coming out, in addition to the two already released.
This little booklet is worth getting if you are building the Vulcan Models Mk.VIB kit.