The Tank Killers: A History of America's World War II Tank Destroyer Force

The Tank Killers: A History of America's World War II Tank Destroyer Force

Harry Yeide


this can be the tale of the really expert U.S. armored strength designed particularly to kill enemy tanks in direct wrestle. It follows the lads who fought within the TDs from the formation of the strength in 1941 during the victory over the 3rd Reich in 1945, via North Africa, Italy, France, and Germany, describing a narrative of yankee flexibility and pragmatism in army affairs. It attracts seriously at the documents of the tank destroyer battalions and the devices with which they fought, and veterans of the strength upload their own stories.

"This gritty and good written account of the TD's is a gorgeous learn. . . .Whether your curiosity is armour or heritage i'd hugely suggest this book."―Military Modeling

"This completely researched and good provided heritage of a comparatively little recognized, yet major, contributor to victory is a worthwhile addition to US military history"―Journal of America's army Past

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“This gritty and good written account of the TD's is a ravishing read….Whether your curiosity is armour or background i might hugely suggest this book.”
V.Branigan, army Modeling.com, 01/2008

"…this completely researched and good awarded heritage of a comparatively little identified, yet major, contributor to victory is a worthy addition to US military history"
Journal of America's army previous, wintry weather 2007

"...very well-done... needs to be welcome through these people who take pleasure in a great learn ..."
Missing Lynx, 08/2008

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