Panzerjäger: Weapons and Organization of Wehrmacht’s Anti-tank Units (1935-1945). ABT 751
During World War II, the German Army widely used self-propelled anti-tank guns. There were two categories of these vehicles: the so-called Panzerjäger (tank hunter), which had an open casemate, so the crew was fully exposed from above and was provided with thin front and side armour protection, and the Jagdpanzer (tank destroyer) with a closed casemate so the crew-members could travel and fight safely. Panzerjäger: Weapons and Organization, which includes several colour profiles and period photographs, is focused on the equipment of the German anti-tank units.
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Author: Ricardo Recio Cardona
AK Ref: ABT 751
Physical: Hardcover, 310x215mm, portrait
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