Tank Warfare: The Illustrated History from 1914 to the Present Day

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The tank took its first lumbering steps on to the battlefield in 1916. Less than 25 years later its descendants were dashing across Europe as the spearhead of a new, mobile form of warfare. "Tank Warfare" tells the story of the tank and its use from the earliest days, through World War II and into the modern era. Discusses the development of tank tactics by the military powers and demonstrates how these tactics were put into practice with detailed accounts and analyses of the great tank battles. Contains ...

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Overview

The tank took its first lumbering steps on to the battlefield in 1916. Less than 25 years later its descendants were dashing across Europe as the spearhead of a new, mobile form of warfare. "Tank Warfare" tells the story of the tank and its use from the earliest days, through World War II and into the modern era. Discusses the development of tank tactics by the military powers and demonstrates how these tactics were put into practice with detailed accounts and analyses of the great tank battles. Contains explanations of how the great generals contributed to their utilization.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780760310168
  • Publisher: MBI Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 6/28/2001
  • Pages: 176
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.25 (h) x 0.62 (d)

Table of Contents

1. Enter the Landship 6
2. Towards Total War 18
3. Blitzkrieg 34
4. The Eastern Front 54
5. The War in the Desert 70
6. Tank War in Africa and Italy 80
7. Northwest Europe 98
8. Stalin's Revenge 118
9. The Cold War in Europe 132
10. Hot War Post-1945 144
11. Limited War: 1945 Onwards 158
Bibliography 174
Index 174
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