Panzer: A Revolution in Warfare, 1939-1945

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Brockhampton Press, 1998 - Tank warfare - 256 pages
A clear analysis of the sharp edge of blitzkrieg in theory and operation. This book represents a masterly explanation of the reasoning and means by which German land and air forces utilised the maximum mobility and firepower available in their advances. With detailed line drawings and extensive maps, orders of battle, appendices and carefully researched photographs this book covers all aspects of this revolution in warfare.

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This is the definitive book on German armor for those interested in World War II. Edwards adds to a concise survey of the war in Europe and Africa histories of each of the Panzer armies ... Read full review

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