This comprehensive overview of the anti-tank weapons utilised by the Wehrmacht and the conduct of operations in the field was compiled and introduced by Emmy Award winning historian Bob Carruthers. It draws heavily on contemporary Allied intelligence reports to build a unique primary source representation of how events unfolded on the battlefield.
The reports and images form an absorbing study drawn from a unique series of primary sources and images. Together they produce a fascinating insight into the fast changing world of the tank hunters from 1939 -1945, and conveys to the modern reader a vivid sense of how their weapons and tactics were viewed and communicated to the Allied troops at the time. Everything is included from the sophisticated weapon systems of the late war years to the improvised tactics adopted by front line troops. Essential reading for anyone with an interest in the weapons and tactics of the Wehrmacht in World War II.
|Publisher:||Coda Books Ltd|
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