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Tanks of the World 1915-1945

by Peter Chamberlain

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It's the essential source book on tanks, an extensive pictorial history with unmatched technical illustrations and data throughout. Over 1000 photographs, with development notes, show all the tanks produced for military service by the major arms-producing countries during this crucial period. Even prototypes and experimental models appear. Arranged chronologically, from the early days of World War One to the Russian and German heavy tanks used in 1945, the entry for each vehicle has notes on design, production, and performance. Invaluable for the enthusiast and collector. "A Selection of the Military Book Club."… (more)
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It's the essential source book on tanks, an extensive pictorial history with unmatched technical illustrations and data throughout. Over 1000 photographs, with development notes, show all the tanks produced for military service by the major arms-producing countries during this crucial period. Even prototypes and experimental models appear. Arranged chronologically, from the early days of World War One to the Russian and German heavy tanks used in 1945, the entry for each vehicle has notes on design, production, and performance. Invaluable for the enthusiast and collector. "A Selection of the Military Book Club."

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