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Title
Tanks - the history of armoured warfare
Author
Robin Cross
format
Hardback
Publisher
Andre Deutsch
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20180906

Tanks is an impressive visual account of the history of the tank, from the early attempts at developing an all-terrain armoured vehicle to the lethal killing machines of the twenty-first century.

Produced in association with The Tank Museum in Dorset, this book covers the major technical developments and types, from the British Mark IV, the German Tiger, the Russian T-34 and the American Sherman, to the M1 Abrams battle tank in service today. It describes the most famous tank battles, from Flers-Courcellette in 1916 to the First Gulf War, and highlights the contributions and careers of leading tank tacticians commanders.

Tanks showcases dramatic images from the Museum's archives, as well as painstakingly researched documents, including a blueprint of the British Mark IV and tank identification cards from the Cold War.

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Robin Cross has written over thirty books, including The Bombers: Strategy and Tactics in the 20th Century (Bantam) and the #1 Sunday Times bestseller We'll Meet Again. With his wife, novelist and historian Rosalind Miles, he co-wrote Hell Hath No Fury: True Stories of Women at War From Antiquity to Iraq (Three Rivers, 2008). He has worked for the British Ministry of Defence and has also written over 150 television documentaries for the BBC. He lives in England.

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Tank warfare - History.|Tanks (Military science) - History.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
192

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