Armored Attack 1944 : U.S. Army Tank Combat in the European Theater from D-Day to the Battle of Bulge Hardback
* An exploration of the U.S. Army armoured battles that played a vital role in the winning of World War II The tank played a key role in many of the battles of World War II; it was an indispensable weapon that could halt entire armies and wreak havoc on the battlefield.
Early in the war it was the German tanks that were lauded for their dominance, their tactical employment far outstripping their opponent's.
Of course this was not to last, the Americans were entering the fray with their superior tactics and advanced weaponry. In his Armored Attack 1944, Steven Zaloga explores U.S.
Army Tank combat from D-Day to the Battle of the Bulge, detailing various operations, strategy, tactics and decisions deployed in the latter stages of the war.
They turned the tide and were vital in altering the course of the war. Steven Zaloga is a world-renowned armour historian and has appeared in documentaries on the History Channel.
His other books include Armored Thunderbolt.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 480 pages, 1199 b/w photos
- Publisher: Stackpole Books
- Publication Date: 14/09/2011
- Category: European history
- ISBN: 9780811707695