Designed to counter the Soviet T-34, the German Panther tank became one of the best--and most feared--tanks of World War II. The Panther, weighing 45 tons and packing a 75-millimeter main gun, debuted at the Battle of Kursk in 1943 and saw action in the east and west through the end of the war. Panther in Detail is a fully illustrated chronicle of the Panther and features hundreds of photos, including close-up shots of the Panther's interior; shots of crews, equipment, and accessories; and photos from factories and the battlefield. AUTHOR: Historian, artist, and publisher of Ryton Publications Uwe Feist is a world-renowned expert on military weapons and equipment, especially those by Germany in World War II. Uwe's attention to detail is evident in every Ryton title, making these books much sought after by collectors and enthusiasts. Each book is the pinnacle of brilliant photography, artwork, and design. ILLUSTRATIONS 360 b/w photographs and drawings
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