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- Last updated: 09/07/2023
This book is not short on surprises and bundles of facts which will inform readers and make them reassess certain aspects of what they thought they knew about Panzer Reconnaissance in WWII. Photographs of British Austin 7 motor cars, built under licence by BMW in 1930, being used as training vehicles by the German army certainly stop the reader from turning the pages. The text is fresh and covers each campaign in turn, then deftly moves forward to cover the use of captured vehicles, some of which were used in the battle for Berlin in 1945, along with tactics and formations. Using first-hand accounts and unit diary entries, this work delivers a fresh approach that covers a range of subjects, including comments about vehicle reliability. Diagrams, charts, and line drawings, supported by an excellent selection of photographs, make this a first-class reference work.