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George Forty's book on the German tanks of WW2 is a great beginning for anyone wanting to learn the basics of German armour of the period.

George Forty's book on the German tanks of WW2 is a great beginning for anyone wanting to learn the basics of German armour of the period. It is both a history lesson and a guide to the major German variants used from the beginning to the end of WW2. From the diminutive Panzer One's and Two's to the 70 ton monster known as the Jagdtiger,it's all there including variants like the Maus and E-100.

George Forty describes the design and construction of all German tanks of World War Two, from the diminutive PzKpfw I to the 'superheavy' prototypes which existed in 1945.

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Also to all the tankers of World War Two. Panzerlied. There are scores of books about German armoured fighting vehicles, but less about the men who actually crewed and led them. This book aims to go some way towards correcting that deficiency. We also hope to try to explode some of the many myths and fallacies that have grown up around this superlative fighting force. Haig introduced only forty tanks into his meat grinder on the Somme, thus disregarding one of the tank men’s prerequisites for a successful attack – attack en masse. He also senselessly threw away the potential for surprise that all new weapons possess on their first employment.

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.

Author: George Forty. ISBN-13: 978-0713716344.

Nazi Germany developed numerous tank designs used in World War II. In addition to domestic designs, Germany also used various captured and foreign-built tanks. The indigenous German tank forces were a success due to tactical innovation more than tank quality.

Tanks Illustrated N. 9 US Tank Destroyers of World War 2 by Steven J. Zaloga U. German Occupation of the Channel Islands by Forty, George (Paperback book, 2001). By the end of World War Two, the tank was established as one of the most potent battle winners in history. Zaloga U1. 68. 7 RUB. Shipping: + 80. 1 RUB Shipping. Seller 10. % positive. 54 RUB. Shipping: + 1,085. Between 1939 and 1945 over 280,000 tanks of all types had been built by the major combatants - 105,000 by the Soviets alone. The tank had undoubtedly become the main weapon of the land-based army.

George Forty CBE FMA is a leading authority on land warfare in the twentieth century

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By the end of World War Two, the tank was established as one of the most potent battle winners in history

By the end of World War Two, the tank was established as one of the most potent battle winners in history. Between 1939 and 1945 over 280,000 tanks of all types had been built by the major combatants – 105,000 by the Soviets alone. This book covers in comprehensive detail the development, production and battlefield use by the forces of Great Britain, the Commonwealth, the USA, the Soviet Union, France, Germany, Italy and Japan, as well as the other combatant countries.

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.
Tar
George Forty's book on the German tanks of WW2 is a great beginning for anyone wanting to learn the basics of German armour of the period. It is both a history lesson and a guide to the major German variants used from the beginning to the end of WW2. From the diminutive Panzer One's and Two's to the 70 ton monster known as the Jagdtiger,it's all there including variants like the Maus and E-100. Production numbers,deployment and actual combat accounts round out this necessary volume. I highly recommend this as a beginning to understanding how "blitzkrieg" operated and worked and when it didn't work,re,Russia. The book is complete with photos and drawings and authoritative in all aspects.
FireWater
George Forty has done an excellent job of giving the reader a balance between "just the facts" treatment of German armor and first-hand accounts of their use. All the statistics are there: height, weight, weapons, upgrades, modifications, etc. There is also an analysis of the weapon's effectiveness - with a first-hand account of combat in each vehicle.
An excellent treatment of German armor in WWII for all but the most detail-oriented modeller.
Yadon
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German Tanks of World War Two ebook
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George Forty
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Arms & Armour Press (April 20, 1999)
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160 pages
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