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German Tanks of World War II

Author: George Forty, Peter Chamberlain
Publisher: Arms & Armour.
ISDN : 1854095013
Paperback - 160 pages (April 1999)
Dimensions (in inches): 0.47 x 10.85 x 8.63

Notes: Book pictures are in black and white. Military Book Club edition reviewed here.


Table of Contents:

  • Introduction
  • Total pages : 160 pages

Ed's Analysis:

This book is a good introduction to the German Panzerwaffe. It gives a brief history of the development and use of the Panzerwaffe, as well as brief developmental and operational histories for every Panzer type used by the Wehrmacht. Although it is somewhat lacking in the technical aspect, there is a wealth of anecdotal narration. What make this book stand out from the rest I think that it even include some extractions and feelings from the people who fought and operated them unlike many other books which is too techincal for my personal liking. however, on the down side, this book covers quite a small number of photos which may disappoint model kits builder but trust me it is enough for most readers.

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