|Product Name||Panzergrenadier Divisions, 1939–1945 (The Essential Vehicle Identification Guide)|
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|Price New||18.85 US Dollars (curriencies)|
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|Width||0.84 inches (convert)|
|Height||9.66 inches (convert)|
|Length||7.74 inches (convert)|
|Weight||28.32 ounces (convert)|
|Features||Used Book in Good Condition|
|Long Description||Illustrated with detailed artworks of Wehrmacht vehicles and their markings with exhaustive captions and specifications, The Essential Vehicle Identification Guide: Panzergrenadier Divisions, 1939–45 is the definitive study of the equipment and organization of Germany’s motorized army divisions during World War II. |
Organized chronologically by division and formation date, the book describes in depth the various models of tank and other armored and soft vehicles in service with each panzergrenadier division, with listings of unit commanders, vehicle types and numbers and unit structure. Each divisional section is further broken down by campaign, accompanied by orders of battle, a brief divisional history of the campaign and any specific unit markings. Every motorized division is featured, including the elite Grossdeutschland and Fallschirmjäger Herman Göring divisions.
With information boxes accompanying the full-color artworks, all drawn to the same scale for easy comparison, The Essential Vehicle Identification Guide: Panzergrenadier Divisions, 1939–45 is a key reference guide for modelers and military history enthusiasts with an interest in the motorized divisions of the Wehrmacht.
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