By Peter Chamberlain, Chris Ellis
Over 1,000 photos plus info and improvement notes express all of the tanks produced for army carrier,
including prototypes and experimental types, from 1915 via to 1945 by means of each one significant arms-producing nation.
Tanks are illustrated and defined in chronological order, and every motor vehicle includes notes on its layout,
production and function.
This ebook encompasses a wealth of data useful to the fanatic and collector.
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