Tank Aces: Stories of America's Combat Tankers
For the first time ever in one volume, author and veteran tanker Ralph Zumbro has collected the best true tank combat stories from every major U.S. war this century. These gripping, firsthand accounts take readers into battles, into the turrets, and into the hearts and minds of America's greatest tank aces. Includes eight pages of photos.
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