The authors are all veterans of German Tiger Tank Battalion 503 and live in Germany.
The Combat History of German Tiger Tank Battalion 503 in World War II: in World War IIby Franz-Wilhelm Lochmann, Alfred Rubbel, Richard Freiherr Von Rosen
Hundreds of photos of Tiger tanks in action. Text chronicles the unit's combat operations in the East and West. Personal accounts from the men who rode in these battlefield behemoths.
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This book has a ton of great pictures of life in a Tiger tank battalion. There are descriptions of daily routines as well as different battles they were engaged in. A lot of the book is actually daily journal entries kept by the 503rd Tiger tank battalion. There are also descriptions of battles by different members of the Battalion who authored the book. I really enjoyed this book and learned a lot about the strenghts and weaknesses of the Tiger. I actually found an autographed photo of one of the authors on e-bay which I used as a book mark.