Allied Armor in Normandy (Buffetaut Yves)(Paperback)

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Tanks were the deciding factor in many Second World War battles. Capable of achieving breakthroughs where infantrymen could not, armored warfare became a crucial factor in the war machines of many nations. Throughout the summer of 1944, both the Allied forces and the Germans readily employed tanks and armored vehicles to gain ground in the bloody campaign of Normandy, where they battled their way through enemy lines. From the US 2nd Armored Division named 'Hell on Wheels' and the British tank The Achilles, to the German Tiger and Panther tanks, the encounters they had in battle were explosive, as each side struggled to enact the killer blow. This volume of the Casemate Illustrated series explores the Normandy invasion from the perspective of the armored divisions of both the Allies and the Germans, looking at how armored vehicles played a central role in the many battles that took