PANZERS IN BERLIN 1945

Autore: Lee Archer, Robert Kraska, Mario Lippert

Codice: 355027

€ 68,00

Finalmente pubblicato questo attesissimo ed illustratissimo libro sui mezzi corazzati tedeschi impiegati durante la Battaglia di Berlino nel 1945. Foto dell’epoca dei vari tipi di corazzato, 16 profili a colori con il camouflage e i markings oltre a mappe, ordini di battaglie, ecc.

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Panzers in Berlin 1945 will be published in July. The book will be the gold-standard reference on the subject of German armour in the Battle of Berlin in 1945. Our quest for information and imagery is the result of many years of research on the subject and a network of like-minded researchers and authors from across the world. With 350+ photos, Felipe Rodna’s incredible colour artwork, maps, orders of battle, veteran’s accounts; it’s all there.

Chapters

Introduction

SS-Pz.Abt.11, 11.SS.Freiw.Pz.Gren.Div. 'Nordland'

Wachregiment ‘Großdeutschland’ Berlin

I./Pz.Rgt.118, (18.Panzergrenadier-Division)

Heeres-Sturmartillerie-Brigade 249

Flak.Abt./ Kdo.St. RF-SS Bgl.-Btl. RF-SS

II./Pz.Rgt.2

Panzerdivision ‘Müncheberg’

s.H.Pz.Jg.Kp.614

9.Fallschirmjäger-Division

The end of Pz.Abt.8 (20.Pz.Gren.Div)

1.  Seelow - Battle and Retreat

2.  Battle for the Outskirts

3.  Neukölln & Tempelhof

4.  Wannsee

5.  Panzerkompanie (bo) 'Berlin'

6.  Panzer-Vernichter-Abteilung 1

7.  Wilmersdorf & Schöneberg

8.  Tiergarten

9.   Reichskanzlei

10. Mitte

11. Friedrichstraße Breakout

12. Schönhauser Allee Breakout

13. Spandau Breakout

14. Charlottenburg Bahnhof Scrapyard

15. Friedrichshain Volkspark Exhibition

16. Oddities & Unknown Locations

Appendix

Index

Bibliography

Lingua

INGLESE

Illustrazioni

Oltre 350 foto in bianco e nero e 16 profili a colori

Pagine

400 circa

Misure

27 x 21

Rilegato

SI

ISBN
9781908032164