New PDF release: Armored Champion: The Top Tanks of World War II

Military History

By Steven Zaloga

ISBN-10: 0811714373

ISBN-13: 9780811714372

Armor specialist Zaloga enters the conflict over the simplest tanks of global conflict II with this heavy-caliber blast of a publication armed with greater than 40 years of research.

  • Provocative yet fact-based scores of the tanks that fought the second one global War
  • Breaks the warfare into 8 sessions and proclaims Tanker's selection and Commander's selection for each
  • Champions contain the German Panzer IV and Tiger, Soviet T-34, American Pershing, and some surprises
  • Compares tanks' firepower, armor security, and mobility in addition to dependability, affordability, strategies, education, and total wrestle performance
  • Relies on huge documentation from information, executive experiences, and released sources--much of which hasn't ever been released in English before
  • Supported via dozens of charts and diagrams and hundreds and hundreds of photos
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