By Steven J Zaloga
Full of accurate artwork plates of the tanks themselves, as well as fascinating technical data based on cutting-edge research, this title is the definitive guide to tank warfare in the Battle of the Bulge.
The Battle of the Bulge raises many questions which, until now, have not been adequately answered: How did the major tank types perform during the battle? What were the specific 'lessons learned' from the combat? And did these lessons result in changes to tanks in the subsequent months?
Offering detailed answers to these questions, and many more, this book provides a survey of the principal tanks and equipment that took part in the Ardennes Campaign of December 1944-January 1945. Beginning with a basic overview of the campaign, accompanied by an order of battle of the major armoured units, it examines the opposing forces, covering the organisation of the two tank forces to explain how they were deployed.
This is such a good book for those interested in the Battle of The Bulge. Really good account of the organisation of the opposing formations and recognition of the part played by the British Army.
I found this book really interesting and useful as I have a personal reason my dear Father was in the Battle of the Bulge so to see what vehicles were there was great.Has a really good selection of photos, and plenty of good information.