Blitzkrieg - Poland, France, North Africa, 1939-41
By Wayne Vansant.
This book is a full colour and fully illustrated graphic non-fiction series showing the development of the German Panzer (armored) forces in World War II from its early campaigns in Poland, France and North Africa 1391-41, through to the end of the war in such mammoth tank battles as Kursk in 1943, and Falaise and the Battle of the Bulge in 1944.
With detailed and historically accurate illustrations of vehicles, uniforms, locations and characters, this vivid chronicle of the early years of World War II in Europe is not only an artistic look at the war, but it is also a concise history of Germany's influential approach to armored warfare.
Tactics developed and executed during Germany's 1939-41 campaigns changed warfare forever and were honed throughout the remaining years of the war.