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From the Publisher"...continues where the author's fascinating Italian Light Tanks: 1919–45 ended."
—David L. Veres, www.cybermodeler.com (January 2013)
"In line with other books in this series, the authors cover the development and construction of the various medium tanks and the semovente from which they were derived. We get to look at their strengths and weaknesses as well as how they did in battle, both with the Italian and German army. It is surprising how many actually survived the war long enough to be placed in various museums and other display venues. It all makes for a book on a subject about which few enthusiasts are conversant. It is a superb look at these vehicle and how they were used in combat."
—Scott Van Aken, www.modelingmadness.com (January 2013)
“…offers a fine survey that considers the evolution of Italian armored units during World War II, and is a pick for any specialty collection concerned about the armaments of the war. From how these Italian units experienced disaster on the battlefield to how they returned with innovations that led to victories, this provides a well-detailed survey recommended for any military collection.”
—The Midwest Book Review (March 2013)