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Tomb of the Panzerwaffe: The Defeat of the Sixth SS Panzer Army in Hungary 1945 Hardcover – 15 May 2014
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An engaging operational history of the significant battles that took place near Hungary s Lake Balaton from January to early March of 1945 ... I must mention one other highlight of Tomb of the Panzerwaffe; that being its wonderful use of archival pictures taken by Soviet photographers not only during combat operations but also of knocked out Soviet and Axis armor following the end of each battle. --Globe at War
This book analyses the catastrophic German defeat at Balaton in 1945 and for the first time uses data collected from both Soviet and German archive sources. (Military Machines International Military Machines International)
This book analyses the catastrophic German defeat at Balaton in 1945 and for the first time uses data collected from both Soviet and German archive sources. (Ian Young Military Machines International)
In today’s day and age one of the primary values an author can provide a reader of Second World War events is in offering a well thought out analysis that, in addition, is balanced. And here Aleksei Isaev and Maksim Kolomiet’s deliver both in quite a commendable fashion. (Battle of Britain Historical Society)
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Being an introductory strategical and tactical account, you'll hardly find any tanker's or rifleman's report in here (accordingly, the plight of the population is left out, too). Yet, there are lots of details, especially with regard to the strength and equipment of the combatants.
It is hard to get books like this in German. Taking into consideration the impressive (for me mostly new) photographs, the authors' systematical approach and the publisher's splendid layout, "Tomb of the Panzerwaffe" gets my full marks.