By David Fletcher and David Willey.
Unique insights into operating, maintaining and restoring the most feared battle tank of the Second World War.
Authoritative text from the team who restored the Tank Museum's Tiger 131.
Includes vivid personal recollections from wartime German Tiger tank crewmen.
Bought this for my husband alongside the Sherman tank book which is in the bigger format. As usual this book arrived on time and is up to the usual Haynes standards. Only criticism from my husband is that it would have been perfect if it was in the bigger format with the drawing on the front and the green cover.
Bought for my 18 year old son, his review really good. Goes on your YouTube, enjoy videos aswell , my son loves any information about tanks .I have glanced at the book and found it to be interesting
I have bought numerous of these books the text is easy to read and photos very good you wont get better value than this book
NOTE: This book is a smaller version of the earlier Haynes Tiger Tank Manual. It is identical page for page only in a smaller format.
Astonishing detail and a very interesting read about this mythical tank. Glad my father never had to face one, or I might not have been around to read this book !