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Tank Warfare in World War II: First-hand accounts from Allied and Axis soldiers

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Ever since the tank first appeared on the battlefield, its combined characteristics of firepower, protection and mobility have made it a formidable weapon system. In World War II tanks were largely responsible for success in ground battle wherever they were properly employed. However, a tank is only as good as its crew, who are required to live and fight in the confines of a noisy, uncomfortable mobile armoured box, crammed with explosives and fuel, knowing they could be blown to pieces at any moment.
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Ever since the tank first appeared on the battlefield, its combined characteristics of firepower, protection and mobility have made it a formidable weapon system. In World War II tanks were largely responsible for success in ground battle wherever they were properly employed. However, a tank is only as good as its crew, who are required to live and fight in the confines of a noisy, uncomfortable mobile armoured box, crammed with explosives and fuel, knowing they could be blown to pieces at any moment.

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Author Forty, George
Publisher Magpie Books
Place London
Year 2004
ISBN 1841198641
Binding Paperback
Condition Good

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