The Combat History of German Heavy Anti-Tank Unit 653: in World War II

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Stackpole Books, Nov 18, 2005 - History - 384 pages
Hundreds of photos, many never published before, of Germany's rarely seen tank destroyers, including the Ferdinand, Elephant, and Jagdtiger. Color illustrations focus on unit markings, numbering, and camouflage. Accompanying text chronicles the unit's combat operations plus there are personal accounts from the men who rode in these mechanical monsters.
 

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Contents

Preface
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Translators Note
Formation and Employment of schwere PanzerjägerAbteilung 653 April 1943
Overhaul of the Ferdinande at St Valentin Austria January to March 1944
Operations in the Soviet Union 2 and 3 schwere PanzerjägerAbteilung 653 April
Training Reorganization and Operations of schwere PanzerjägerAbteilung 653 with
Appendix
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Karlheinz Munch, a veteran of the modern German Army, has also written a history of German Heavy Anti-Tank Unit 654.

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