Battle of Crete

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Ian Allan, 2001 - History - 176 pages
Series from Ian Allan which concentrates on design, development and technical details with numerous close-up photographs and line drawings of chassis, engine, tracks, fighting compartment and armament of each design together with drawings of insignia and markings. The subject of this volume was a medium tank designed from the outset to be the main vehicle within Germany's Panzer divisions. Colour unit markings. 9 colour profiles. 1:35 drawings. 94 b/w and 4 colour illustrations. 96 pages. Softback

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Contents

Introduction
6
Crete The Island
12
The Garrison Assembles
21
Copyright

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Lieutenant Colonel George Forty OBE, FMA is the author of over 40 books on military subjects, including US Army Handbook 1939-1949, British Army Handbook 1939-1945 and The Desert War for Sutton. Lt Col Forty served in the British Army for 32 years with the Royal Tank Regiment and was formerly the Curator of the Bovington Tank Museum in Dorset, England.

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