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Re: Best Panzerfaust/Panzerschreck books?

May 30 2017 at 12:41 PM
Nick Morgan  (Login heaver)
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Response to Best Panzerfaust/Panzerschreck books?

Osprey Weapon Series - Panzerfaust and Panzerschreck by Gordon Rottman (2014) is the only current book I know of. It's about 2/3 development, 1/3 use.

There are also:
Almark - Field Rocket Equipment of the German Army 1939-45 by Terry Gander (1972)
Schiffer - Panzerfaust and Other German Infantry Anti-Tank Weapons (1994, translated from Waffenarsenal's Deutsche Panzernahkampfungsmittel 1917-45)
but most of the information and photographs are also in the Osprey book.

This message has been edited by heaver from IP address on May 30, 2017 12:44 PM

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  1. Re: Best Panzerfaust/Panzerschreck books? - Steven Oda on May 31, 2017, 10:00 AM

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