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  1. MoleBath

    The Rise and Fall of Western Tanks 1939-1955

    The second book by Bruce Newsome studying the rise and fall of Western tanks , in this case the period from 1939-1955 is covered. The Second World War and the limbering up for the Cold War. By 1939 Germany and the USSR had seen a degree of collaboration on defence projects. France was...
  2. W21A

    Tank Warfare 1939-1945.

    This book describes the evolution of tactics and equipment in armoured warfare during the second world war, including European, North African and Far East theatres of war. The authors are the sons of the curator of the RAC Tank Museum and the publishing is by Pen and Sword, so an excellent book...
  3. NSP

    Reference Image PzKfW I thru V - The WW2 Panzer Library (excl. Tiger)

    Non-Tiger WW2 Panzers. May include foreign-built such as Hetzer and Panzer 38(t), as deployed by the Germans 1939-1945. The Bovvy collection (as currently exhibited)... Panzer I SdKfz 101:-
  4. NSP

    Reference Image Tiger I & II Plus Other Tiger Developments

    Tiger 131:- (Just below the cross on the left flank).
  5. Joshua Slocum

    VITEBSK The Fight and Destruction of the Third Panzer Army

    The origional draft of this book was written by Otto Heidkamper in 1954, at a time when NATO was studying the German conduct of the war, and no doubt seeking to learn everything they could about the Russian psyche and fighting.methods Otto's rank of Chief of Staff of the 3rd Panzer Army meant...
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