[Panzerkrieg] will please general history readers and enthusiasts alike. Very few specialised histories capture the story of Germany's WWII armoured forces as richly and concisely as this. (Kirkus Reviews)
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A really good read. Each chapter is full of information and facts. Not once do you feel like the chapters are being padded out.Published 24 months ago by Dubes
Great book would recommend great info on panzer battalions of the Second World War very interesting will read again and will use as a reference the future what's not in this book... Read morePublished on 27 Feb. 2014 by stevenage
Well structured covering all the major events of the war and how the panzer played it's part. A continuing theme is how Hitler and his amateurish strategy decision-making arguably... Read morePublished on 21 Feb. 2014 by DAW
Enjoyed this quite a lot, very interesting to see things from the other side as we tend to forget there were 2 sides in the warPublished on 20 Jan. 2014 by john g mcmillan
Avery good technical read the accurate account of Germany's tank regiments over the 2nd world war is quite enthralling anyone who is interested in war history would enjoy this bookPublished on 17 Jan. 2014 by Mikeyb
How on earth did they loose the war. A book clearly showing that Hitler was indeed a simple corporal but why did such talented Generals follow this idiot?Published on 7 Jan. 2014 by Mick