Tank Warfare 1939 - 1945

Published: February 10th, 2021     
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Author: Simon and Jonathan Forty
Reviewed by: Allan Murrell - IPMS# 49715
Company: Pen & Sword
ISBN #: 9781526767622
Other Publication Information: Hardback, 9.5 x 6.5 in., 216 pages, 200 black and white illustrations
Price: $34.95
Product provided by: Casemate Publishers

The book covers the Tanks that played a key role in the battlefields of World War II and how they were used and utilized. The book goes into great detail of the tank's role in all the major campaigns of the war, how the tank was used, the way its role evolved over the war, the different locations it was used in. It goes into great details on unit use and tactics which help you understand how it was used. The unit strengths and makeup are very interesting.

This book increased my own knowledge of tank warfare a lot and helped me understand more its role in battle and tactics of all sides in the conflict. The information shows the speed of progress made with tank design and use during this important war.

The images in the book are excellent and inspire diorama ideas for modelers.

I highly recommend this book to everyone with an interest in WWII especially in armor and tank warfare.

Thanks go to Casemate Publishing for providing this book to review and IPMS USA for allowing me to review it for them

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