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German tanks of World War II

the complete illustrated history of German armoured fighting vehicles 1926-1945

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      • Bibliography: p. [213]-214.Originally published as Die deutschen Panzer 1926-45. München (Munich), Lehmann, 1968.

        StatementArms & Armour P.
        PublishersArms & Armour P.
        LC Classifications1969
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 90 p. :
        Number of Pages88
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100853680183

        nodata File Size: 3MB.

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German Tanks of World War II: 1939

The gun was mounted in a rear casemate, with its own shield for added protection. 29 m 20 ft 8 in 8. B in Russia, fall 1942. There were also technical problems with the Panzer III: it was widely considered to be under-gunned with a and production was split among four manufacturers, -Borsig, and with little regard for each firm's expertise, and the rate of production was initially very low 40 in September 1939, 58 in June 1940taking until December 1940 to reach 100 examples a month.

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