GERMAN PANZERS AND ALLIED ARMOUR IN YUGOSLAVIA IN WORLD WAR TWO
German Wehrmacht, Waffen-SS, Polizei and Italian Army, Soviet Army, British Army, Local Fighting Groups when the Yugoslavia theatre of operations in 1941-45 is mentioned, the first description that comes to mind is Bandenkampf (anti-Partisan warfare).
Les combats en Yougoslavie ont impliqué un nombre exceptionnellement élevé de combattants. Il y avait la Wehrmacht allemande, la Waffen-SS, la police allemande, l'armée italienne, l'armée soviétique, l'armée britannique et, enfin, divers groupes ethniques locaux se battant d'un côté ou de l'autre. Ce livre est une compilation vraiment unique et exceptionnelle de raretés, curiosités et bizarreries de véhicules militaires blindés utilisés par tout les belligerants !
And truly, more than any other theatre, fighting in the Balkans was among the most irregular and bloody of the whole of World War Two. This publication aims to close a vital gap in documentation of this campaign by providing the first comprehensive account of armoured vehicles and their respective units deployed there.
Combat in Yugoslavia also meant an exceptionally large number of combattants were involved. There was the German Wehrmacht, Waffen-SS, German Police, Italian Army, Soviet Army, British Army and, last but not least, various local ethnic groups fighting on one side or the other.
All these were equipped with the most amazing and astonishing assembly of armoured vehicles of any theatre of operations in World War Two. Vehicles ranged from early German Panzers, German Beutepanzers captured in previous campaigns in France and Russia, uniquely outdated Italian tanks and tankettes, to the most modern Soviet and American equipment deployed later in the war. And as if that were not enough, this colourful gathering is furthermore enhanced by improvised armoured vehicles and armoured trains.
This book is a truly unique and outstanding compilation of armoured military vehicle rarities, curiosities and oddities!
In 200 pages, this book is illustrated with 358 black-and-white photographs, most of which are hitherto unpublished
Complete English Text
- 358 photographies inédites
- TANKOGRAD PUBLISHING
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