Images of War, Armoured Warfare in the Battle of the Bulge 1944-1945, Photographs From Wartime Archives

The Images of War series has proved highly popular with its combination of concise text and outstanding photographs at very aggressive pricing. This new addition to the series, from a highly respected author in his field, provides an ideal introduction to the critical Battle of the Bulge for new readers to this part of military history and an example supportive volume for professionals and established enthusiasts. – Highly Recommended


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NAME: Images of War, Armoured Warfare in the Battle of the Bulge 1944-1945, 
Photographs From Wartime Archives
FILE: R2733
AUTHOR: Anthony Tucker-Jones
PUBLISHER: Pen & Sword
BINDING: soft back 
PAGES: 141
PRICE: £14.99
GENRE: Non Fiction
SUBJECT: WWII, World War Two, World War II, World War 2, Second World War, 
armoured warfare, 1944, 1945, German counter attack, Ardennes, Schnee Eifel, 
US 1st Army, winter, ground attack aircraft, SS Panzers

ISBN: 1-52670-175-8

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DESCRIPTION:  The Images of War series has proved highly popular with its 
combination of concise text and outstanding photographs at very aggressive 
pricing.  This new addition to the series, from a highly respected author in his field, 
provides an ideal introduction to the critical Battle of the Bulge for new readers to 
this part of military history and an example supportive volume for professionals 
and established enthusiasts. - Highly Recommended

There are many conflicting views as to what the Battle of the Bulge really meant and whether or not it 
was a potentially viable counter attack by the Germans. However, it failed and the potential for success 
must always have been low.

By moving elite troops and the best available equipment forward, attacking in conditions that denied 
Allied air power, and directing efforts at a US 1st Army group of largely untried soldiers, it did offer the 
best possible conditions for the Germans but they were still thrown back.

The US troops may have lacked experience but not courage and they fought on against the best Germany 
could throw at them. British troops raced to shore up their US comrades and the bad weather broke to 
allow Allied ground attack aircraft to resume their decimation of any visible German assets.

The author has provided concise and balanced text in support of a first class selection of images, many 
rare and not produced before in a book available to the public. Another popular addition to a fine series.