Description - Combat History of German Tiger Tank Battalion 503 in World War 2 by Alfred Rubbel
* Hundreds of photos of Tiger tanks in action* Text chronicles the unit's combat operations in the East and West* Personal accounts from the men who rode in these battlefield behemoths This book tells--with firsthand accounts as well as numerous, never-before-seen photographs--the combat history of German Tiger Tank Battalion 503, the senior Tiger battalion of the German Army, equipped with both the Tiger I and the King Tiger. The unit saw action in the attempted relief of Stalingrad, the tremendous tank engagements at Kursk, and the bitter fighting to relieve German unit encircled at the Tscherkassy Pocket. It then defended against the Allies in Normandy in 1944, and ended the war with desperate fighting in Hungary and Austria.
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(280mm x 216mm x 25mm)
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Author Biography - Alfred Rubbel
Alfred Rubbel is a veteran of German Tiger Tank Battalion 503. Richard Freiherr von Rosen is a veteran of German Tiger Tank Battalion 503.