Tanks: An Illustrated History of Their Impact (Weapons and Warfare) by way of Spencer C. Tucker
Requirements: .PDF reader, eight MB
Overview: Tanks: An Illustrated History of the Their Impact follows the advance of tracked-and-armored preventing cars around the 20th century, from the arena wars to the Cold War battlefields of Korea and Vietnam; and from Arab-Israeli conflicts to the Persian Gulf. The e-book describes the unique traits and functions of every new technology of tank, in addition to the components of armored doctrines and deployment methods in France, Britain, Germany, the Soviet Union, the United States, Japan, Israel, and the Arab countries.
It is knowledgeable creation to how the position of the tank has modified through the years, a tale of technological innovation, strategic bold, determined battles (Stalingrad, Kursk), and charismatic commanders like Erwin Rommel and George S. Patton (who defeated Rommel’s department by way of following a plan from the Desert Fox’s personal e-book).
Genre: Non-Fiction > History