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TIGERS IN COMBAT III Operation, Training, Tactics

TIGERS IN COMBAT III
Operation, Training, Tactics  

RRP: £69.95
OUR PRICE: £35.00  Summer Sale Price: £28.00

Tigers in Combat Vol. 3 (Don't be put off by the Vol.3 this is a standalone TIGER book) closes the gap between the unit histories of volumes 1 and 2 and the technical descriptions in the Jentz and Spielberger books. For the first time, efforts are described in detail of what was taken to create units and what was required to keep the Tiger tank in action regarding handling and operating the vehicle. Other chapters deal with crew training and specific tactical aspects to employ such a heavy tank under all fighting conditions. Further aspects are covered, such as the protection level of the Tiger and reasons for losses - as well as propaganda work with this famous beast. Due to the usage of more than 1,200 photos and drawings, even complex crew tasks and procedures are illustrated in a way that non-Tiger crewmen will be able to comprehend.
Due to the usage of more than 1,200 photos and drawings, even complex crew tasks and procedures are illustrated in a way that non-Tiger crewmen will be able to comprehend. A a necessary addition for those who have the two earlier volumes, this title is also a stand alone work for those unfortunate not to have those earlier volumes. Whereas I & II listed data for combat histories of the Tiger formations, this volume focuses on technical aspects, design, production and operation of the Tigers. The author has taken the opportunity of including much information and - especially - photographic research which either couldn't be used in the earlier volumes or has come to light since. Information shows up that has never been brought out in books on Tigers before - procedures for cold starting, different methods of starting, mixes of petrol, special tools needed for maintenance tasks Overseas clients please note: Due to excessively high wrapped weight shipping is weighted on this title.



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Product Code: 25766
Author: Wolfgang Schneider
Format: Recently published in this hardback edition of 520 well illustrated pages at £69.95 We have it available for quick world wide dispatch during out SUMMER SALE at £28
Shipping Time: This item is usually dispatched Next Day
Retail Price: £69.95
Our Price: £35.00 save 50% Summer Sale Price: £28.00

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