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Panzer I und II Panzer - Deutschland: Bildbände

Ein Buch über die leichte Panzer der deutschen Armee? Hier finden Sie Bücher zur Geschichte der Panzerkampfwagen I und II Kampfpanzern der Wehrmacht und die davon abgeleiteten Modelle.

Panzer I und II - und ihre Abarten (Spielberger)

Eigentlich waren sie den meisten der gegnerischen Panzer an Kampfkraft und Panzerung von Anfang an deutlich unterlegen. Doch die deutsche Rüstungsindustrie kam mit der Produktion der weit stärkeren Panzerkampfwagen III und IV nicht hinterher. Deshalb musste die Wehrmacht in den Anfangsjahren des Zweiten Weltkriegs in erheblichem Umfang auf diese leichten Kampffahrzeuge - gedacht einst als Übungspanzer - zurückgreifen.

Walter Spielberger schildert alles, was mit den Panzerkampfwagen I und II zusammenhängt: Ihre Entstehung, ihre Varianten und akribisch genau alle Details zu Technik, Bewaffnung und Ausstattung.

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Produktinformation

Autor:Walter J. Spielberger, Hilary Doyle
Ausführung:160 Seiten, 26.5 x 23 cm, Hardcover
Abbildungen:165 s/w-Abbildungen, 51 Zeichnungen
Verlag:Motorbuch Verlag (D, 2014)
Serie:Spielberger
EAN:9783613036512
Buch: Panzer I und II - und ihre Abarten (Spielberger)

Panzer I und II - und ihre Abarten

Sprache: Deutsch

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Panzers I and II and Their Variants - From Reichswehr to Wehrmacht (Spielberger)

This book in the Spielberger series described the technical and tactical development of these light tanks - from the Reichswehr years to the World War II campaigns in Poland, France and Russia.

Produktinformation

Autor:Walter J. Spielberger
Ausführung:160 Seiten, 29 x 22.5 x 2.2 cm, Hardcover
Abbildungen:über 200 s/w-Abbildungen, Zeichnungen
Verlag:Schiffer Publishing Ltd (USA, 2007)
EAN:9780764326240
Buch: Panzers I and II and Their Variants - From Reichswehr to Wehrmacht (Spielberger)

Panzers I and II and Their Variants - From Reichswehr to Wehrmacht (Spielberger)

Sprache: Englisch

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The Panzer I & II - Germany's Light Tanks (Hitler's War Machine)

The first vehicle to be produced in any numbers for the Panzerwaffe was the tiny Panzer I known as the MG Panzerwagen. Almost from the outset the limitations of the design for the Panzer I were obvious. It was essentially a training vehicle which was only pressed into service as a last resort. It was to be succeeded by the Panzer II which could at least engage armoured cars and combat against tanks with approximately the same armour as itself. Together these two tanks formed the bulk of the armour which between 1939 and 1941 conquered half of Europe.

This comprehensive overview of the light Panzers in action was compiled by Emmy Award winning historian Bob Carruthers. It draws heavily on war-time intelligence reports to produce a fascinating insight into the development and combat history of the light Panzers at the tactical and operational level.
Also featured are rare developments such as the Panzer II flame thrower variant alongside unpublished photographs and illustrations which provide an absorbing study, from an array of primary sources, of the world of the light Panzer and their crews.

Produktinformation

Autor:Bob Carruthers
Ausführung:86 Seiten, 23 x 15.5 x 0.8 cm, Softcover
Abbildungen:ca. 60 s/w-Abbildungen
Verlag:Pen & Sword Books Ltd (GB, 2013)
Serie:Hitler's War Machine
EAN:9781781592090
Buch: The Panzer I & II - Germany's Light Tanks (Hitler's War Machine)

The Panzer I & II - Germany's Light Tanks

Sprache: Englisch

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Hitler's Light Tanks : Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives (Images of War)

Hitler's Wehrmacht led the way in armoured warfare as the successful blitzkriegs in Poland and North West Europe in 1940 so convincingly proved. The contribution of light tanks such as Panzers I, II and 35(t) was critical.
As the war spread to the Balkans, north Africa and the invasion of Russia, German engineers worked tirelessly modifying existing light tanks and developing new models. The growing Soviet armoured threat, in particular, spawned tank destroyers such as the Marder III Panzerjäger, SdKfz 138/1 and 139.

Anti-aircraft variants included the Flakpanzer 38(t) and the SdKfz 140/1 was a reconnaissance tank armed with a 20mm turret-mounted gun, developed from the SdKfz 22 armoured car, whereas the Aufklarungerspanzer 38(t) carried a 7.5cm gun in the support reconnaissance role.
In the final stages of the war light tanks were phased out and the Marder and 38 (t) were up-gunned; the Wespe was adapted from the Panzer II chassis.

This superbly illustrated book gives a comprehensive overview of the multitude of vehicles and variants that came into service. With the text and captions providing technical data, the images show this formidable array of fighting vehicles in action across the theatres of war.

Produktinformation

Autor:Paul Thomas
Ausführung:128 Seiten, 25 x 19 x 1.1 cm, Softcover
Abbildungen:250 s/w-Abbildungen
Verlag:Pen & Sword Books Ltd (GB, 2019)
Serie:Images of War
EAN:9781526741660
Buch: Hitler's Light Tanks : Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives (Images of War)

Hitler's Light Tanks : Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives

Sprache: Englisch

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Hitler's Light Panzers at War - Rare photographs from Wartime Archives (Images of War)

A highly illustrated record of the German light tank from its beginnings in the 1930s to the key battles it fought in Poland, France, North Africa, Russia and North Western Europe.

The book analyses the development of the light Panzer, which ranged from the Panzer I, II and the Czech build Panzer 35 and 38t. It describes how the Germans carefully utilized the development of these light machines for war, and depicts how these tanks were adapted and up-gunned to face the ever-increasing enemy threat.

Using 250 rare and unpublished photographs together with detailed captions and accompanying text, "Hitler's Light Panzers At War" provides a unique insight into the many variants that saw action on the battlefield.
It provides a vivid account of light Panzer operational deployment from the early Blitzkrieg campaigns to the final demise of the Nazi war machine.

Produktinformation

Autor:Paul Thomas
Ausführung:144 Seiten, 24.5 x 19 cm, Softcover
Abbildungen:250 s/w-Abbildungen
Verlag:Pen & Sword Books Ltd (GB, 2014)
Serie:Images of War
EAN:9781783463251
Buch: Hitler's Light Panzers at War - Rare photographs from Wartime Archives (Images of War)

Hitler's Light Panzers at War - Rare photographs from Wartime Archives

Sprache: Englisch

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German Light Panzers 1932-1945 (Osprey)

The light tanks of the Panzerwaffe make a fascinating subject for technical and historical study. Operation Barbarossa was the light tanks' swan song: thoroughly experienced and at the peak of self-confidence, the Panzergruppen brought Moscow to almost within Hitler's grasp. However, the effectiveness and popularity of the light panzers was only proven because Hitler's Panzerwaffe (despite their technical excellence) was poorly equipped. The critically short supply of the Panzerkampfwagen III and IV placed an ever-increasing onus on the light tanks that filled out the Panzerwaffe's ranks during the glory years.

In this book, Bryan Perrett examines the evolution of the PzKpfw I and II.

Contents: Design and Development - The Tanks - Organisation - Tactics - Active Service - Specifications.

Produktinformation

Autor:Bryan Perrett, Peter Sarson
Ausführung:48 Seiten, 25 x 19 x 0.5 cm, Softcover
Abbildungen:Fotos und Zeichnungen (in s/w und Farbe)
Verlag:Osprey Publishing (GB, 1998)
Serie:New Vanguard (26)
EAN:9781855328440
Buch: German Light Panzers 1932-1945 (Osprey)

German Light Panzers 1932-1945

Sprache: Englisch

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Panzer I and II: The Birth of Hitler's Panzerwaffe - Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives

While the Panzer I and II are not as famous as the German tanks produced later in the Second World War, they played a vital role in Hitler's early blitzkrieg campaigns and in the Nazi rearmament programme pursued, at first in secret, by the Nazi regime during the 1930s.
Anthony Tucker-Jones's photographic history of their design, development and wartime service is an ideal introduction to them. Both panzers saw combat during the invasions of Poland and France, the Low Countries and Scandinavia during 1939-40.

Although by the time the Wehrmacht invaded the Soviet Union in 1941, the Panzer I had been virtually phased out of service, in the form of self-propelled guns they continued to see combat well into 1943.
The Panzer II was also phased out with the panzer regiments in late 1943, yet it remained in action on secondary fronts and, as the self-propelled Marder II anti-tank gun and Wespe artillery variant, it saw active service with the panzer and panzer grenadier divisions until the end of the war.

The Panzer I and II were the precursors of the formidable range of medium and heavy tanks that followed-the Panzer III and IV and the Panther and Tiger-and this book is a fascinating record of them.

Produktinformation

Autor:Anthony Tucker-Jones
Ausführung:144 Seiten, 24.5 x 19 x 0.7 cm, Softcover
Abbildungen:200 s/w-Abbildungen
Verlag:Pen & Sword Books Ltd (GB, 2018)
EAN:9781526701633
Buch: Panzer I and II: The Birth of Hitler's Panzerwaffe - Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives

Panzer I and II: The Birth of Hitler's Panzerwaffe - Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives

Sprache: Englisch

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Panzer I and II : Spearhead of the Blitzkrieg 1939-1945 (TankCraft)

The Panzer I and II played a significant part in the blitzkrieg campaigns that brought Germany such extraordinary success in the early years of the Second World War, and this highly illustrated volume in the TankCraft series is the ideal introduction to them.

The Treaty of Versailles forbade Germany to manufacture tanks so the Panzer I had to be developed in strict secrecy, but by the time of the invasion of Poland the Wehrmacht had over 1400 of these light tanks. The Panzer II was an interim design, bridging the gap between the Panzer I and subsequent, far more viable armoured fighting vehicles like the Panzer III and IV.

As well as tracing the history of the Panzer I and II, Robert Jackson's book is an excellent source of reference for the modeller, providing details of available kits, together with artworks showing the colour schemes applied to these tanks.
Each section of the book is supported by a wealth of wartime photographs as well as diagrams showing the technical changes that were made to these tanks in the course of their careers.

Produktinformation

Autor:Robert Jackson
Ausführung:64 Seiten, 30 x 21 x 0.8 cm, Softcover
Abbildungen:200 farbige und s/w-Abbildungen
Verlag:Pen & Sword Books Ltd (GB, 2018)
Serie:TankCraft
EAN:9781526711243
Buch: Panzer I and II : Spearhead of the Blitzkrieg 1939-1945 (TankCraft)

Panzer I and II : Spearhead of the Blitzkrieg 1939-1945

Sprache: Englisch

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German Panzer I : A Visual History of the German Army's WWII Early Light Tank

Clandestinely developed during the post WWI-era during which Germany was forbidden from developing, producing or owning armored combat vehicles, the Panzer I served as a proof of concept.
Manufacturers and engineers became acquainted with the creation of modern fully tracked combat vehicles and soldiers were familiarized with the driving, maintenance, logistics entailed by fielding an armored force.
Once war began, not only did these experience prove invaluable, the tanks themselves, armed only with twin machine guns, nevertheless proved formidable weapons against ill-prepared enemies.

Spread through 168 hardbound pages, over 200 photos document all variations of this, the cornerstone upon which Germany's famed panzer force was built.

Produktinformation

Autor:David Doyle
Ausführung:168 Seiten, 22 x 28.5 cm, Hardcover
Abbildungen:200+ s/w-Abbildungen
Verlag:Ampersand Publishing Company, Inc. (USA, 2016)
EAN:9781944367053
Buch: German Panzer I : A Visual History of the German Army's WWII Early Light Tank

German Panzer I : A Visual History of the German Army's WWII Early Light Tank

Sprache: Englisch

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German Panzer II : A Visual History of the German Army's WWII Light Tank

The Panzer II was Germany's first cannon-armed tank in the post World War I era. Designed and initially produced under the code name of 100-horsepower Farm Tractor, owing to the restrictions of the Treaty of Versailles, the Panzer II remained in production, and in the field, well after it had been surpassed by better engineered, more heavily armed and armored vehicles, and indeed played a key part in the early victories achieved by the Blitzkrieg.

This book features nearly 200 scarce wartime photos, illuminated by detailed captions. Coverage includes the Pz.Kpfw. II Ausf. A; Pz.Kpfw. II Ausf. B; Pz.Kpfw. II Ausf. c and A-C early; Pz.Kpfw. II Ausf. c, A, B, C modified Pz.Kpfw. II Ausf. D; Pz.Kpfw. II (F) Ausf. A & B; Pz.Kpfw. II Ausf. F; Pz.Kpfw. II Ausf. G; Pz.Kpfw. II Ausf. J and the Pz.Kpfw. II "Lynx."
All of the photos have been carefully selected to showcase the many details of the variants. Many "Panzer rarities" will be found within the 168-pages of this hardbound volume.

Produktinformation

Autor:David Doyle
Ausführung:168 Seiten, 23 x 29 x 1.6 cm, Hardcover
Abbildungen:200 s/w-Abbildungen
Verlag:Ampersand Publishing Company, Inc. (USA, 2016)
EAN:9781944367060
Buch: German Panzer II : A Visual History of the German Army's WWII Light Tank

German Panzer II : A Visual History of the German Army's WWII Light Tank

Sprache: Englisch

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Panzer II & Luchs - The World War II German Basic Light Tank

Seiten aus dem Buch Panzer II & Luchs (1)

Seiten aus dem Buch Panzer II & Luchs (2)

Produktinformation

Autor:Lukasz Gladysiak, Samir Karmieh
Ausführung:80 Seiten, 29.5 x 21 x 1 cm, Softcover
Abbildungen:40 farbige und s/w-Abbildungen
Verlag:Kagero Oficyna Wydawnicza (PL, 2017)
EAN:9788365437433
Buch: Panzer II & Luchs - The World War II German Basic Light Tank

Panzer II & Luchs - The World War II German Basic Light Tank

Sprache: Englisch

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Panzer II vs 7TP : Poland 1939 (Osprey)

Hitler's lightning invasion of Poland in 1939 marked the beginning of World War II in Europe. This was the period when armoured warfare inscribed itself into global consciousness as the Poles desperately sought to stave off the Blitzkrieg.
At the heart of the fighting on the ground, large numbers of Nazi Germany's PzKpfw II battled against Poland's better-armed but much less numerous 7TP tank. The two types both possessed unique strengths and weaknesses - unlike the 7TP the PzKpfw II was always equipped with radio, which proved critical for command and control purposes in the heat of combat. But the German tank was blighted by thin armour, which could not withstand Polish gunfire at combat ranges.
This fully illustrated, detailed work evaluates the qualities and idiosyncrasies of each tank, giving a stark and arresting crewman's-eye-view of the brutal armoured combat at the height of the invasion of Poland.

Contents: Introduction - Chronology - Design and Development - Technical Specifications - The Combatants - The Strategic Situation - Combat - Statistics and Analysis - Aftermath - Bibliography - Index.

Produktinformation

Autor:David R. Higgins
Ausführung:80 Seiten, 25 x 18.5 x 0.9 cm, Softcover
Abbildungen:Fotos und Zeichnungen (in s/w und Farbe)
Verlag:Osprey Publishing (GB, 2015)
Serie:Duel (66)
EAN:9781472808813
Buch: Panzer II vs 7TP : Poland 1939 (Osprey)

Panzer II vs 7TP : Poland 1939

Sprache: Englisch

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