For Want of A Gun The Sherman Tank Scandal of WWII

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This book story exposes the Sherman tank scandal of World War II, involving some of the biggest American names and stretching from the White House and Pentagon to factories and battlefronts. Outgunned by more powerful German opponents, the inferiority of American tanks led to some of the worst setbacks of the war, prolonging it in Europe. US tanks ultimately prevailed, but over 60,000 armoured division soldiers were killed and wounded. This book includes images of the Sherman's adversaries along with original equipment, documents, period propaganda, and vintage photos of Sherman tanks in action
AUTHOR Christian Mark DeJohn
BINDING Hardback
NO OF PAGES 392
ILLUSTRATIONS black and white photos throughout
Product Code 52508MIL
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£80.99
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