By Charles C. Sharp
Size: 8.5″ x 11″
Illustrations: several black & white illustrations
Pages: 101 pages
This work provides details on the fundamentals of German tactical doctrine, training, detailed organizations of panzer units for each campaign, and then begins a series of “tactical lessons” drawn from various campaigns, beginning with Poland and examining France, Africa, the Russian front in 1941, and the operations during Kursk and facing the British and Americans in 1944. There are numerous illustrations of tactical panzer formations and discussion on how they were used.
An excellent and intensely researched work. It covers a wide breadth of experiences, and is very good value for money.