Panzerartillerie

Panzerartillerie

Firepower for the Panzer Divisions

General Military
  • Author: Thomas Anderson
  • Short code: GNM
  • Publication Date: 21 Mar 2019
  • Number of Pages: 256
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The German Panzerartillerie was one of the key components of the Panzer divisions that were the spearhead of the German forces in the years when they overran most of Western Europe and reached as far as the gates of Moscow in the East. Warfare in the age of Blitzkrieg required fast-moving, mobile artillery that could support forward units at the front line, and the Panzerartillerie provided that for the Wehrmacht. The Allies had no answer or equivalent to them until the US entry into the war.

Drawing on original material from German archives and private collections, including some images that have never been published before, German armour expert Thomas Anderson explores the formation and development of this force from its early days in the 1930s, through the glory days of Blitzkrieg warfare to its eventual decline in the face of the challenges of the Eastern Front.

Biographical Note

A German national, Thomas Anderson is a specialist in the German Armoured Fighting Vehicle of World War II. He has spent decades trawling the archives throughout Germany and the rest of Europe to discover little-known facts and never previously published photographs of the might of the Blitzkrieg. A modeller, he regularly contributes to popular modelling and historical magazines across the globe including Military Modelcraft International (UK), Steel Art (Italy), Historia Militar (Spain) and Batailles & Blindes (France) as well as many others. He lives in Hänigsen, Germany.

Contents

Introduction
German Artillery In 1933
Mobility for the Artillery
1936-39 Defining the Standards
Into Poland
France and the Balkans
1941 - A Time of Uncertainty
1942 - Advanced Self-propelled Guns
In Combat
Index
Acknowledgements


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