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Posted February 17, 2007
The M26 heavy tank came out right at the end of WW2. Its combat usage was limited during the remaining months of WW2 but its baptism of fire came during the Korean War where it was used prominently by the US Army. Steven Zaloga does a great job of tracing the development and operational history of the M26. What I enjoyed reading most of all was its combat performance against the Panther and Tiger tanks in WWII and its performance against the T34/85 in the Korean War. There aren't many books available specifically on the M26/M46 and so this is a wonderful treatment. The illustrations by Jim Laurier are excellent. So much helpful information is packed in 48 pages of text. Highly recommendedWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.