6 edition of PANZER IV found in the catalog.
by AF Editions
Written in English
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The Panzer IV was significant as it was the only German tank to remain in production throughout the war and was produced in the greatest numbers. In addition, the chassis of the Panzer IV would also serve as the foundation for a variety of other combat vehicles including the StuG IV, Jagdpanzer IV, Brumbaer, and Wirbelwind. This book takes a look at the Panzer IV marques (Ausf’s) in German service. It serves as a pictorial guide for modellers and buffs to better identify which Panther you are looking at in a picture. Physically this book is a hardcover with a glossy finish in an A4 ( x x inches) landscape format.
The Panzer I was a light tank produced in Germany in the s. The name is short for the German Panzerkampfwagen I ("armored fighting vehicle mark I"), abbreviated PzKpfw tank's official German ordnance inventory designation was ("special purpose vehicle ").. Design of the Panzer I began in and mass production began in Place of origin: Germany. The title describes the book, M4 and Panzer IV tank. The author covers the background development of both vehicles, layout, weaponry, crew, armor,mobility. About half the book covers the St. Lo breakout and operations of the US and German tank units involved/5.
This German Panzer IV Ausf H tank Panzerkampfwagen 4 can be found at the French Tank Museum in Saumur in the Loire Valley. Photo Credit. This German Panther Tank Number is in private ownership and is often seen at military vehicle events in the summer in Britain like the annual “War and Peace” Show in Folkestone. the book is a tough call, I got a lot of miles out of the ACHTUNG PANZER book, not much to read but lots of good detail drawings. I also like the TANKS in detail PzKpfw IV Ausf A to J by Jonathan Forty ISBN , along with Panzer IV & Its Variants by Walter J. Spielberger ISBN , but there are soooooo many others.
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While there have been many books published on more popular vehicles such as the Tiger, the Panzer IV has received little attention. This great book goes a long way to rectifying that.
The PANZER IV book is an added plus: it's small enough PANZER IV book have on your workbench as a reference without becoming a space liability.5/5(7).
With detailed captions, text and illustrations the book tells the story of the technical development of the Panzer IV and the numerous variants that went into production, and it describes how it evolved from an infantry support vehicle to become the backbone of the Panzer units/5(15).
For example, in his book that covers the Panzerkampfwagen III (published the same year), Anthony Tucker-Jones denigrates the Panzer IV, downplaying the value of the short cm (75mm) L/24 KwK gun it started with as unsuited for tank versus tank combat, using pick-and-choose commentary for the long 5cm (50mm) gun later mounted on the Panzer III /5(2).
To my knowledge, these are all the different editions of the Spielberger Panzer IV book: Der Panzerkampfwagen IV und seine Abarten (, pages, red/yellow cover) - Panzer IV & Its Variants (, pages, red/yellow cover) - Begleitwagen Panzerkampfwagen IV (, pages, red title) - Panzerkampfwagen IV and its Variants (, pages, green title on.
Often referred to as a workhorse the PzKpfw IV is certainly not a glamorous beast but from North Africa to the Eastern front it was a ubiquitous fixture on the various battlefields of WWII.
Using archive and original photographs to lay down a visual time line for this Panzer’s development, the book takes a historical overview of this. The book shows how the Panzer IV evolved and describes how the Germans carefully utilized all available reserves and resources into building numerous variants that went into production and saw action on the battlefield.
It depicts how these formidable tanks were adapted and up-gunned to face the ever increasing enemy threat/5(12). With detailed captions, text and illustrations the book tells the story of the technical development of the Panzer IV and the numerous variants that went into production, and it describes how it evolved from an infantry support vehicle to become the backbone of the Panzer 4/5(1).
However, Spielberger had reissued some years ago his "Panzer IV and variants" book in a new manner so this doesn't show all variants again.
This reissue only reflects the Panzer IV itself. Nevertheless no discussion, if you need to know the backgrounds of Panzer IV. Soviet tankman Grigory Panezhko, in his book Notes of a Soviet Officer (Записки советского офицера) recalls the first meeting with the German Panzer IV tank in June “We froze when we saw the ugly, monstrous tanks of bright yellow tiger color appearing from Sitno gardens.
They slowly rolled in our direction, sparkling with tongues of shots.”. The Panzer IV Ausf.A had a turret ring with a diameter of mm. This turret ring was provided with ball bearings which would allow the turret to rotate freely. The small opening between the turret and the superstructure was protected with angular shaped deflectors.
Rear view of the Panzer IV turret, with the two machine gun ports. Nicholas, It's only my IMHO. I think, that in this time there is NO ONE full detalization book about Pz IV. Of course - Spielberger/Jentz books are good, but in this moment there is a more questions, than answers.
The Panzer IV/70 (A) designation is the most commonly used in the literature today. For this reason and for the sake of simplicity, this article will use this designation. Technical Characteristics.
The Panzer IV/70 (A) was designed to have minimal modifications to the Panzer IV Ausf. J tank chassis.
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This Panzer IV version first saw combat in the summer of during the German retreat on the Eastern front. The tank proved to be quite complicated and labor-consuming in production which led to simplifying its design. As a result, the less complex Ausf. J model was introduced into production in June /5(5).
Border Model - No. BT - | Rebox (Updated/New parts) (EAN) Panzerkampfwagen IV» Tanks (Vehicles) Boxart designed by Jason. Product timeline. Full history» Other currencies. ¥ In stock. ¥ In stock. € Pre-Order. € Out of stock. € Out of stock. Alternative SKUs for Border Model BT. Overview Christened the "workhorse" of the German Army for its pivotal role in supporting the Mark III in the Panzer divisions, the sturdy and reliable Panzer IV was a key component to early Blitzkrieg victories in World War II.
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The Panzer IV was the only German tank to stay in production throughout the war/5(17). Introduction Kagero have released No 25 in their Top Drawings aeries of books looking at the Panzer IV Ausf. H/J. The Panzer IV has always held a popular spot with modellers and this title from Kagero will help the modeller get their finished model to the accuracy standard they personally desire.
Review This title from Kagero is a duel language offering in Polish and. Here is my quick look at Peko Publishing's 10th volume in the World War II Photobook series - Panzer IV on the Battlefield. Lots of cool high quality images with captions makes this a great book.
The Panzer IV (Pz IV) was, as the book’s title indicates, the backbone of the German Army during the s. It was found serving on all fronts and over 8, tanks of this type were produced.
This page book is arranged with each chapter looking at a different Pz IV model from the prototype and Type As to the last production model, the Type J.Another great book in this series that covers the "lang" Panzer IV in great detail - just as comprehensive as its stablemates, this is a worthy addition to the bookshelves of an armchair historian or the workbench of the modeller's desk for inspiration or fact-checking.Panzer IV was a History good articles nominee, but did not meet the good article criteria at the time.
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