Published February 15, 2008
by Zenith Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
Tiger Tanks at War. The first prototype for the Tiger tank was set to be ready for Hitlers birthday on Ap The Henschel Company, competing with Porsche, produced the superior model, 5/5(1). Michael Green's Tiger Tanks at War is a very good book. It's affordable, high glossy paper, great color photos of the inside and outside of Tiger 1 and Tiger 2. Green gives just enough of the history of the development of Germany's Tiger tanks, and then goes into excellent detail about each tanks armor, mobility and firepower/5. In spite of the relatively small numbers produced, the Tiger I and Tiger II tanks are arguably the most famous armored fighting vehicles of the Second World War. This book, the first in the TankCraft series, uses archive photos and extensively researched color illustrations to examine the tanks and units of the German Army and Waffen-SS heavy panzer battalions that attempted to hold back the Red Army /5(12). Description of the book "Tiger Tanks at War": The first prototype for the Tiger tank was set to be ready for Hitlers birthday on Ap The Henschel Company, competing with Porsche, produced the superior model, and by August of that year the formidable Tiger--or Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger Ausf. Hwas in full production.
It came to symbolize the superiority of German tank design. This book has been created as a photo essay showing the best available and rare photographs of Tigers with units at the front. No tank that the Allies fielded in World War II was comparable to this combination of the /5(25). Wolfgang Faust was the driver of a Tiger I tank with the Wehrmacht Heavy Panzer Battalions, seeing extensive combat action on the Eastern Front in This memoir was his brutal and deeply personal account of the Russian Front's appalling carnage.4/5. The Tiger tank was possibly the most famous tank of World War 2. Germany's Tiger Tanks D.W. to Tiger I - This hardcover book covers the history, development and production history of the Tiger tank variants from conception up to the end of Tiger I production. --Military Vehicles Magazine;Tiger Tanks At War is the latest release in The At-War Series made available by Zenith Press. Written by Michael Green and James D. Brown, the soft bound book contains p --Hans Beerbaum;Tiger Tanks At War is the latest release in The At-War Series made available by Z --William J Oliphant The German tiger tank /5(27).
The book “Tiger Heat: German Panzers on the Eastern Front” has a chapter about King Tiger tanks. In that chapter, the author describes an engagement between 3 King Tigers and 3 Soviet T/85s in August when the Red Army launched its Lvov–Sandomierz Offensive in Poland. And, spoiler alert, it didn’t end well for the Tigers. The armor team of Green and Brown are back again with another interesting title covering the Tiger tanks during World War II. The authors start off the discussion with the operational need that led to the development of the Tiger I and Tiger II tanks. Sink your teeth into this documentary about the most infamous tank in history. With original footage of the machine in action, this documentary tells the story of the Tiger Tank at war. Also includes an insight into unit markings, camouflage patterns and crew uniforms. THANK YOU! Summary: Tiger Tanks at War takes readers behind the scenes, reviewing the history, design and armament of the tank made to outgun its Russian counterparts. Including photographs and diagrams, this is the complete story of the Tiger tank.