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BATTLEGROUND: THE GREATEST TANK DUELS IN HISTORY
Author: Zaloga, S.J. (ed.)

SKU :- MBN16743

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Osprey Publishing 2011 Hardback 242mm x 190mm 352 pages 300 colour & b/w ills.

BATTLEGROUND: THE GREATEST TANK DUELS IN HISTORY

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The tank came of age during World War II at the cutting edge of Hitler's Blitzkreig and became the most powerful machine on the twentieth-century battlefield. But what was it like to be a driver or gunner in the Battle of the Bulge, on the Eastern Front, the deserts of North Africa or the dusty plains of Iraq? From the Sherman and the Tiger to the Abrams M1, "Battleground" shows how tank crews dealt with the deafening noise and scorching heat of battle whilst driving and operating tonnes of sophisticated machinery. Packed with breathtaking first-hand accounts and with real-life insights and detailed drawings, this book takes readers inside the greatest tanks ever developed in the some of the most crucial duels of modern land warfare.

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Author Zaloga, S.J. (ed.)
Publisher Osprey Publishing
ISBN 9781849085519
Date of Publication 2011
Edition N/A
Binding Hardback
Book Size 242mm x 190mm
Number of pages 352
Images 300 colour & b/w ills
Language English Text
SKU MBN16743

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