44 pages, map, chart, wrappers, very good. From the foreword: The material for this pamphlet was prepared for the Historical Division, EUCOM, by a group of former German generals, general staff officers, and tank maintenance specialists. The principal author, General Burkhart H. Mueller-Hillebrand, served as aide to the Chief of the Army General Staff before assuming command of an armored regiment on the Russian front. Successively appointed chief of staff of a panzer corps and a panzer army, he saw action in the Ukraine, Poland, and East Prussia. " B44; 44 pages. N° de réf. du libraire
Titre : German Tank Maintenance in World War II. ...
Éditeur : Department of the Army
Date d'édition : 1954
Reliure : Softcover
Etat du livre : Very Good
Description du livre GPO, Washington, DC, 1954. État : good. First? Printing. 24 cm, 44, wraps, charts, map, covers somewhat discolored, stamp on front cover crossed out in marker, text slightly darkened. The material for this pamphlet was prepared by a group of former German generals, general staff officers, and tank maintenance specialists; the principal author was General Burkhart H. Mueller-Hillebrand. This publication was written from the German point of view, and procedures of the German Army normally differed widely from those of the U.S. Army. Topics covered include organization and equipment, operating procedures, and operations. N° de réf. du libraire 50376