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M1 Abrams vs T-72 Ural: Operation Desert Storm 1991

by Steven Zaloga & Jim Laurier

The Gulf War bore witness to a number of deadly encounters between these two great adversaries. Heavily armored, highly mobile and capable of killing at over 2500m the M1 Abrams is, to this day, a veritable...


US Armored Divisions: The European Theater of Operations, 1944-45

by Steven Zaloga

The armored divisions were the shock force of the US Army's combat formations during the fighting in Northwest Europe in the final year of the war. Of the 16 such divisions formed during the war, all but one...


Battle of the Bulge 1944 (2): Bastogne

by Steven Zaloga & Howard Gerrard

Osprey's second title examining the Battle of the Bulge, which was the largest and most costly battle fought by the US Army in World War II (1939-1945). When the attack in the north by 6th Panzer Army failed,...


M8 Greyhound Light Armored Car 1941-91

by Steven Zaloga & Tony Bryan

The M8 light armored car was the only significant wheeled combat vehicle used by the US Army in World War II. In conjunction with the lightly armed utility version, the M20, it was the staple of the army's cavalry...


T-62 Main Battle Tank 1965-2005

by Steven Zaloga & Tony Bryan

The Soviet Army hastily developed the T-62 in a struggle to compete against the rapid proliferation of NATO tanks in the 1960s. It was essentially a modification of the widely-manufactured T-55 tank with the...


Panther Vs Sherman: Battle of the Bulge 1944

by Steven Zaloga & Howard Gerrard

In this book Steven J Zaloga offers a fascinating comparison of the combat performance of the two most important tanks involved in the crucial fighting of 1944, the Sherman and the Panther. Examining the design...


US Flamethrower Tanks of World War II

by Steven Zaloga & Richard Chasemore

American experience, from D-Day to dug-in Japanese defenders, went from British Crocodile to E4-7, USMC Satan, and the many POA-CWS (Pacific Area Operation-Chemical Warfare Section) flamethrower tank variants...


M4 (76mm) Sherman Medium Tank 1943-65

by Steven Zaloga & Jim Laurier

The M4 Sherman tank was the mainstay of the Western allies between 1942 and 1945. Fast and modern it was a big success and was transported as far afield as Russia and North Africa. The American Chief of Staff...


T-34-85 Medium Tank 1944-94

by Steven Zaloga & Peter Sarson

The T-34-85 tank is one of those rare weapons that have remained in service for more than half a century. First introduced in 1944, it has seen combat in nearly every corner of the globe. Steven Zaloga and Jim...


M10 Tank Destroyer vs StuG III Assault Gun: Germany 1944

by Steven Zaloga & Richard Chasemore

Although tanks like the Sherman and Panther captured the headlines, the Allies' M10 tank destroyer and the Germans' Sturmgeschütz (StuG) III were the unsung workhorses of the northwest European battlefields...


T-34/76 Medium Tank 1941-45

by Steven Zaloga & Peter Sarson

The T-34 was the most influential tank design of World War 2. When first introduced into combat in the summer of 1941, it represented a revolutionary leap forward in tank design. Its firepower, armour protection...


T-72 Main Battle Tank 1974-93

by Steven Zaloga & Peter Sarson

The Russian T-72 Ural tank is the most widely-deployed main battle tank of the current generation. Used by the armies of the former Warsaw pact and Soviet Union, it has also been exported in large numbers to...


US Army Tank Crewman 1941-45: European Theater of Operations (ETO) 1944-45

by Steven Zaloga & Howard Gerrard

Revealing what it was like to live and fight in a medium tank during World War II (1939-1945), this book is structured around the career of a single tanker from 37th Tank Battalion, 4th Armored Division. The...


M7 Priest 105mm Howitzer Motor Carriage

by Steven Zaloga & Richard Chasemore

From El Alemein through Sicily, Italy, Normandy, the Ardennes, and Germany, the Allied M7 Priest self-propelled howitzer and its Canadian/British Sexton 25 pdr version became iconic. It was based on the ubiquitous...


BMP Infantry Fighting Vehicle 1967-94

by Steven Zaloga & Peter Sarson

The Russian BMP infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) was one of the most significant innovations in infantry tactics in the latter half of the 20th century. Built in response to the threat of nuclear warfare, it...


M3 Infantry Half-Track 1940-73

by Steven Zaloga & Peter Sarson

As armoured warfare tactics matured, mechanised infantry became a key ingredient in what is now called 'combined arms' doctrine. For the US Army of World War 2, the most important technical aspect of infantry...


The Polish Army 1939-45

by Steven Zaloga & Richard Hook

Poland was the first of the Allied nations to succumb to German aggression in the Second World War, but by the most tortuous of routes her army managed to remain in the field through all five years of bloody...


Defense of the Rhine 1944-45

by Steven Zaloga & Adam Hook

The Rhine River represented the last natural defensive barrier for the Third Reich in the fall of 1944. Although Hitler had been reluctant to allow the construction of tactical defense lines in France, the final...


D-Day Fortifications in Normandy

by Steven Zaloga & Hugh Johnson

German defenses along the Normandy beaches were part of the larger Atlantic Wall fortifications designed to defend Fortress Europe. When Field Marshal Erwin Rommel took command of the invasion front in late...


Tanks of Hitler's Eastern Allies 1941-45

by Steven Zaloga & Henry Morshead

The titanic armor battles of the Russian Front are widely known, but the role of Germany's eastern allies is not as well known. Two of these countries, Romania and Hungary, manufactured their own tanks as well...