Panzerwrecks 20: Ostfront 3

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What was the ‘circle of death’? Whose Panther was found at a railway station? Can a 37mm Sturmovik cannon destroy a Panther? Which new tank round was tested by the Russians in 1945? What aircraft weapon scored the most Panzer kills in Hungary? The answers to these and other questions are to be found here in Panzerwrecks 20, with 98 rare and unpublished large format photographs from Russian archives, 49 wartime sketches and specially commissioned artwork.
Nearly every photograph is from an album unearthed from the depths of a Russian archive, and was produced by the 17th Air Army during their evaluation of the effects of aircraft weapons on German (and Hungarian) tanks in the field. No test reports on training grounds and firing ranges here – everything is based on genuine after-action and field reports. Not only have we included the photographs and data from the captions, but many of the accompanying sketches too.
98 b/w photos, 6 colour artworks, 8 ilustrations, 49 period sketches, 1 map.
What was the ‘circle of death’? Whose Panther was found at a railway station? Can a 37mm Sturmovik cannon destroy a Panther? Which new tank round was tested by the Russians in 1945? What aircraft weapon scored the most Panzer kills in Hungary? The answers to these and other questions are to be found here in Panzerwrecks 20, with 98 rare and unpublished large format photographs from Russian archives, 49 wartime sketches and specially commissioned artwork.
Nearly every photograph is from an album unearthed from the depths of a Russian archive, and was produced by the 17th Air Army during their evaluation of the effects of aircraft weapons on German (and Hungarian) tanks in the field. No test reports on training grounds and firing ranges here – everything is based on genuine after-action and field reports. Not only have we included the photographs and data from the captions, but many of the accompanying sketches too.
Vehicles:
Tiger II., Tiger I

Panther Ausf.A, Panther Ausf.G, Panther Ausf.G (IR Ready)
Bergepanther, Jagdpanther
Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf.J, Pz.Beob.Wg.IV, Jagdpanzer IV
Panzer IV/70(A), Panzer IV/70(V)
Hummel, Möbelwagen, Pz.Beob.Wg.III
Sturmgeschütz III, Sturmhaubitze 42
Wespe
Jagdpanzer 38 (German and Hungarian)
Marder 38T
Sd.Kfz.7/1, Sd.Kfz.7/2 (Flak 36), Sd.Kfz.7/2 (Flak 43)
Sd.Kfz.7, Sd.Kfz.8, Sd.Kfz.251, Sd.Kfz.250 Ausf.B, Sd.Kfz.222
Nimrod AA tank (Hungarian)

 

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Fast alle Fotos dieses Bandes stammen diesmal aus einem russischen Archiv. Dort fand sich ein Album der 17. Luft-Armee, in welchem die Effekte des Einsatzes von Flugzeugbordwaffen gegen deutsche (und ungarische) Panzerfahrzeuge dokumentiert wurden. Dabei handelte es sich nicht um Versuche auf Schießplätzen sondern um Gefechtseinsätze. Hier werden nicht nur die Fotos reproduziert sondern auch die originalen Texte zu den Waffenwirkungen wiedergegeben und 49 zeitgenössische Zeichnungen abgebildet.
98 s/w Fotos, 49 zeitgenössische Skizzen, 1 Karte und 6 Farbtafeln.

Artikelnummer: A336134
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