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German Tanks of World War II. .

German Tanks of World War II. Russian Tanks of World War II: 1939-1945 (Technical Guides). The Essential Vehicle Identification Guide: Western Allied Tanks, 1939-45 (The Essential Vehicle Identification Guide).

It's the essential source book on tanks, an extensive pictorial history with unmatched technical illustrations and data .

It's the essential source book on tanks, an extensive pictorial history with unmatched technical illustrations and data throughout. Over 1000 photographs, with development notes, show all the tanks produced for military service by the major arms-producing countries during this crucial period. Even prototypes and experimental models appear. Arranged chronologically, from the early days of World War One to the Russian and German heavy tanks used in 1945, the entry for each vehicle has notes on design, production, and performance. Invaluable for the enthusiast and collector

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This article lists production figures for German armored fighting vehicles during the World War II era. Vehicles include tanks, self-propelled artillery, assault guns and tank destroyers

This article lists production figures for German armored fighting vehicles during the World War II era. Vehicles include tanks, self-propelled artillery, assault guns and tank destroyers. Where figures for production in 1939 are given, they refer to September 1939 onwards; that is, they only count wartime production. Notes: Figures include tank production and chassis production used for other variants (for example, Panzer III figures include StuG III production, et.

The German Wehrmacht used an extensive variety of combat vehicles during the Second World War. This article is a summary of those vehicles

The German Wehrmacht used an extensive variety of combat vehicles during the Second World War. This article is a summary of those vehicles. The V. 1 Leichttraktor ("Light tractor") was an experimental German light fighting tank developed in the 1920s under secret conditions. Only four were produced and they were used in the late 1930s and the early part of the war for training purposes.

Peter chamberlain and chris ellis In September 1942 a Chairman, Armoured Fighting Vehicles Division, was appointed, who also became chairman of the Tank.

Peter chamberlain and chris ellis. DESPITE the growing number of publications devoted to the tanks and armoured vehicles of World War II, no single volume has hitherto attempted to describe all the tanks and their armoured variants used by the British, American, and main British Commonwealth armies in the years 1939-45.

Title: Tanks of World War II. Author: Chris Ellis. ISBN-10: 1-85152-725-7. The Encyclopedia of French Tanks and Armoured Fighting Vehicles 1914-1940. T-34-85 vs M26 Pershing: Korea 1950. Steven Zaloga, Richard Chasemore. M10 Tank Destroyer vs StuG III Assault Gun: Germany 1944.

Pictures and describes the formidable range of tanks, self-propelled antitank guns, infantry-support guns, and heavy artillery used by Germany's panzer divisions. ISBN13: 9780702600111. Release Date: October 1978.

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Peter Chamberlain, Chris Ellis Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.

Peter Chamberlain, Chris Ellis. Soviet Tanks and Combat Vehicles of World War Two. Steven J. Zaloga, James Grandsen. Peter Chamberlain, Hilary L. Doyle. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

Pictures and describes the formidable range of tanks, self-propelled antitank guns, infantry-support guns, and heavy artillery used by Germany's panzer divisions
Bolv
Good drawings, photos and excellent cut-a-ways.
Clever
outstanding book great pics for modeling!
Doktilar
thank you
Kerdana
This is a reasonably good general book on the subject for 120+ pages. It covers the initial light tanks, armored cars, half-tracks, “Tiger,” “Panther,” “Tiger II,” the proposed super heavy tank such as the “Maus,” self-propelled artillery and anti-tank weapons, artillery, anti-aircraft guns, and so forth. There are typically only around 4 to 8 pages for each subject, accompanied by many black and white photos and color renderings.

There are numerous books on various aspects of German tanks of World War II, ranging from general discussions to very detailed specific subjects. Some that I thought were pretty good are:

• “Encyclopedia of German Tanks: The Complete Illustrated Dictionary of German Battle Tanks, Armoured Cars, Self-Propelled Guns and Semi-Track” by Chamberlain and Doyle (1999). This is an excellent book on the subject. It covers the usual principle tanks and various forms of self-propelled anti-tanks guns and artillery as well as half-tracks and wheeled scout and reconnaissance cars. The book also includes some information on tracked and semi-tracked prototypes and experimental vehicles that never entered mass production. There are no discussions of trucks or motorcycles.
• “Standard Catalog of German Military Vehicles” by David Doyle. It is more comprehensive in that it describes tanks and various forms of self-propelled anti-tanks guns and artillery as well as half-tracks, wheeled scout and reconnaissance cars, trucks, and motorcycles.
• Another good book, but somewhat out of date now, is "German Tanks of World War II: The Complete Illustrated History of German Armoured Fighting Vehicles 1926 - 1945" by F. M. Von Senger und Etterlin (1968). By "out of date" I mean the information isn't very detailed compared to the books referenced above. Pages 21 - 82 contain a very good text discussion of the design thinking and evolution behind the German tanks and armored cars. It's more than just a series of dry tabulations of dimensions and performance.
• There is also a book “German Tank and Antitank” by Hoffschmidt and Tantum (1968). In my opinion, it’s a bit out of date now as well. I will say that the photos provided are at a much larger scale than you typically find in more current books today. Many of them take up a full page, which you don't find often these days.

If you have these books, you probably have all the summary information available. There is certainly a horde of other books devoted to specific subjects and details of German tanks and other vehicles, but these books offer excellent summary information on them.
German Tanks and Fighting Vehicles of World War II ebook
Author:
Chris Ellis
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Science & Mathematics
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127 pages
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