The German 88 Gun in Combat: The Scourge of Allied Armour

The German 88 Gun in Combat: The Scourge of Allied Armour

By: Janusz Piekalkiewicz (author), Edward Force (translator)Hardback

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This book by renowned World War II historian Janusz Piekalkiewicz presents the history of the famous German "88" in its ground combat role - a role it mastered. First used by the Legion Condor in Spain, the 88 was soon recongnized as a superb anti-aircraft weapon. When Rommel turned the 88's on British tanks in North Africa its anti-tank capabilities became legendary. Over 200 action and close-up photographs show the 88 gun throughout its us in the Second World War on all fronts. Janusz Piekalkiewicz (1925-1988) was a world-renowned author on many aspects of World War II history. Over 30 of his books are in print including BMW Motorcycles in World WarII, from Schiffer Military History.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780887403415
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 192
  • ID: 9780887403415
  • weight: 940
  • ISBN10: 0887403417
  • translations: German

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