The tanks deployed by the German land forces of World War II were the finest land-based fighting machines of their day and were chiefly responsible for the successful advance of the Panzer teams across Europe. This collection of photographs is accompanied by comments on the details shown.
A leading authority on tanks and land warfare has gathered a magnificent and unprecedented collection of photographs of Germany's seemingly invincible armored tanks in all the war theaters. Here are the Kpfw variants, the superheavies, and specialized vehicles. Some appear in the midst of hard-fought battles in Stalingrad, while others ceremonially parade through cheering crowds. Expert commentary on the tanks' details, personal accounts of individual engagements, information on organization and training, and an emphasis on action make this a lively and informative military study.
Lt. Col. George Forty CBE FMA is a leading authority on land warfare in the twentieth century. A former tank officer - he had command of a tank in the Korean War, and was wounded in battle - he established his reputation as Curator of the Tank Museum at Bovington, which he brought to be one of the world's leading military museums. He is a prolific author, and edits the quarterly jou
German Tanks of World War Two by George Forty
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