German Panzers 1914-1918...is for everyone, right from the armchair historian's requirements of a lesser amount of information/data, up to the more serious historical types looking for a good grounding on the subject. WW1 model builders will find the background information useful and Steven Zaloga gets the information (and more than an opinion or two) across without the reader becoming bogged down in the quagmire that is symptomatic with WW1 reading.
Eric Bass, Armorama (September 2006)
An outstanding survey of struggles and technology... a top pock for specialized military holdings.
[Stephen Zaloga] has taken his usual balanced and thorough approach to the subject, with the end product being a completely refreshing and well-detailed look at the development of AFVs by Germany during the Great War.
Frank De Sisto, missing-lynx.com
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