Introduction /Chapter 1: New Weapons /Chapter 2: Birth of a Regiment /Chapter 3: Kursk - PzJgRgt 656 on the Attack /Chapter 4: From Kursk to Nikopol /Chapter 5: Reconditioning in the Reich /Chapter 6: Combat in Italy /Chapter 7: Back in Russia /Chapter 8: Decline /Index
A book by the specialist for the specialist, this is a must-have history of the most powerful German tank destroyer of World War II World War II - the Ferdinand/Elefant.
A German national, Thomas Anderson is a specialist in the German Armoured Fighting Vehicle of World War II. He has spent decades trawling the archives throughout Germany and the rest of Europe to discover little known facts and never previously published photographs of the might of the Blitzkrieg. A modeller, he regularly contributes to popular modelling and historical magazines across the globe including Military Modelcraft International (UK), Steel Art (Italy), Historia Militar (Spain) and Batailles & Blindes (France) as well as many others. He has previously published a three-volume history of Sturmartillerie/Sturmgeschutz in German which is due for release in English in the next year.