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ISBN:0764302256
Author: Thomas L. Jentz
ISBN13: 978-0764302251
Title: Germanys Tiger Tanks: Tiger I & Tiger II: Combat Tactics
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Language: English
Category: Military
Publisher: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.; First Edition edition (November 1, 1996)
Pages: 176

Germanys Tiger Tanks: Tiger I & Tiger II: Combat Tactics by Thomas L. Jentz



Germanys Tiger Tanks: Ti. .has been added to your Cart. There is virtually no usuable information on Tiger tactics or performance for the Western Front, nor the Eastern Fromt after 1943. The King Tiger is little more than an honorable mention. The book is well worth the first few chapters but the rest is largely waste.

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of the Tiger tank variants from the ideas conception to the end of Tiger I production. This includes details on the development series known as the . VK 3. 1(H), VK 3. 1(P), VK 3. 1(H), VK 4. 1(P) as well as the Tiger I. All of this illustrated with scale drawings by Hilary L. Doyle, combined with drawings, sketches, and photographs depicting external modifications as well as internal views.

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Germany's Tiger Tanks : Tiger I and Tiger II: Combat Tactics.

Thomas L. Jentz and Hilary L. Doyle. This new volume covers development from the VK 4. 2(P), VK 4. 3(H) to the modifications under design for the Tiger II at the end of the war. Doyle combined with drawings, sketches, and photographs depicting external modifications is well as internal views.

Tom Jentz is also the author of Germany's Tiger Tanks: Tiger I & II - Combat Tactics; Germany's Panther Tank: The Quest for Combat Supremacy; Panzertruppen 1933-1942; and Panzertruppen 1943-1945. Over 120 b/w photographs, over 130 line drawings. Sponsored High Speed Downloads. 7504 dl's @ 3280 KB/s. 9990 dl's @ 3037 KB/s.

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This brand new volume covers the complete combat history of the Tigers I and II, and includes the operational characteristics, organization, tactics, issue to combat units operational strength reports, and after-action-accounts. Over twenty years of intensive research went into finding the original documents needed to create this new history on the development, characteristics, and tactical capabilities of the Tiger series. Tom Jentz has conducted an exhaustive search for surviving records of the design/assembly firms (including Henschel, Krupp, Nibelungenwerk, Porsche, and Wemann), the Heereswaffenamt, the D656 series of manuals on the Tiger, and the war diaries and operations reports from the German units. The written records were supplemented by examing thousands of photos. On-sight research into almost all the surviving Tigers provided details that could only be obtained from actual specimens. New information was found on the evolution of the heavy tank series, the key decisions on the design of the Tigers, the significant modifications made during the production runs, production statistics, the Tigers characteristics and tactical capabilities, an exact accounting of the issue of the Tigers to the combat units, and combat accounts written directly after the actions. Tom Jentz is also the author of Germany's Panther Tank, The Quest for Combat Supremacy; Panzertruppen 1933-1942; and Panzertruppen 1943-1945 (all three titles are available from Schiffer Publishing Ltd.).
Reviews: 6
Thohelm
Great reference.
Jerinovir
Nice book about the field history of the tiger tanks.
Alexandra
As good as the first book which I have had for years.
Dalarin
As usual Jentz has done a wonderful job showing us the Tigers I &II from the inside out. I find this reference to be quite helpful
in my journey through WW2.
Leyl
The first few chapters of this book are superb. There is an amazing wealth of information for the Tiger covering maintenance, armor, operational use, after action reports, etc. I was astounded by the wealth of information when I began reading it. Unfortunately, the quality of the first chapters evaporates throughout the rest of the book. It becomes a tedious listing of unit rosters and mundane information. There is virtually no usuable information on Tiger tactics or performance for the Western Front, nor the Eastern Fromt after 1943. The King Tiger is little more than an honorable mention. The book is well worth the first few chapters but the rest is largely waste.
fire dancer
It has some useful information but mostly pictures.