Panzer : The German Tanks Encyclopedia
Designed as a comprehensive overview of German tanks produced during the Second World War, this first volume of the WW2 arsenal series combines historical descriptions and accurate technical details highlighting the key features and changes introduce by the German engineers according to the battlefields experience.
The history of the German tanks evolution is from now on depicted in a heavily documented 192 pages book, illustrated with more than 200 rare and unpublished photographs from private collections, over 100 color profiles and 4-view drawings.
An authoritative reference book for historical armor enthusiasts and modelers!
Free A3 poster included for any order placed before January 29, 2016
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" Highly recommended. - Caraktère's newest encyclopedia should be considered as the best possible book to acquire for those who are confused about the various types and sub-variants."