Zaloga, Steven J.

New Vanguard Nº283 American Guided Missiles of World War II

World War II was a significant period of development for American missile programs, during which time the US built pioneering examples of guided weapons systems. However, whilst the German missiles of World War II are famous around the world, their American counterparts have remained shrouded in (...)
Categoría: Militares

Panzers en la niebla

¿Por qué fracasó la ofensiva de Hitler en las Ardenas? Steven Zaloga nos brinda en esta obra un exhaustivo análisis, en particular desde la perspectiva alemana, del desempeño en combatede la 12.SS-Panzer-Division "Hitlerjugend" y de sus oponentes estadounidenses durante la primera semana de la (...)
Categoría: Militares

New Vanguard Nº288. The French 75: The 75mm M1897 Field Gun that Revolutionized Modern

The 'Soixante quinze', France's legendary 75mm Modele 1897, was the first modern field gun, pioneering several critical innovations in field artillery designs, including a fast action breech and a soft recoil system. Although some of these features had been incorporated into earlier guns, the 75mm (...)
Categoría: Militares

New Vanguard Nº294 Allied tanks in Normandy 1944

A concisely detailed guide to the Allied tanks that fought from D-Day to the breakout from Normandy, their qualities, numbers, and performance, and how they were used on the battlefield.When Allied tanks began to roll off the landing craft on D-Day, it marked the start of one of the great periods (...)
Categoría: Militares

New Vanguard Nº296. Tanks of D-Day 1944 : Armor on the beaches of Normandy and southern France

Allied success in invading Fortress Europe (the area of Continental Europe occupied by Nazi Germany) depended on getting armor onto the beaches as fast as possible. This book explains how the Allies developed the specialist tanks it needed, their qualities, deployment and numbers, and how they (...)
Categoría: Militares

New Vanguard Nº298 German tanks in Normandy 1944

A new study of the German Panzer forces that stood between the Allies' D-Day beachhead and victory in World War II how they compared, how they were organized, and how they fought.The German tank forces in Normandy in June August 1944 had the advantage of fighting on the defensive side, as well as (...)
Categoría: Militares

New Vanguard Nº301. Tanks at the Iron Curtain 1946-60 : Early Cold War armor in Central Europe

A study of the Soviet and NATO armored forces that faced each other off in Central Europe in the early Cold War, and how their technology, tactics, and doctrine were all rapidly developed.For 45 years, the most disputed point in the World was the dividing line between East and West in Europe; here (...)
Categoría: Militares

Air Campaign Nº030. The Oil Campaign 1944-45 : Draining the Wehrmacht's lifeblood

A new illustrated history of one of the key air campaigns of late World War II - the American effort to cripple Germany's oil production, and grind its armed forces to a halt.With retreating German forces losing their oilfields on the Eastern Front, Germany was reliant on its own facilities, (...)
Categoría: Militares

New Vanguard Nº312. Tanks in the Battle of Germany 1945 : Eastern Front

A new history and analysis of the German and Soviet tank forces that battled on eastern German soil in the final months of World War II.The final months of World War II on the Eastern Front saw the Wehrmacht fighting with exhausted armoured divisions, albeit now armed with the most advanced and (...)
Categoría: Militares
1 2 3 4 5 Siguiente ... Último