M10 Tank Destroyer

The Development and Deployment of the U.S. Army's Light Tank Destroyer

David Doyle

A Visual History of the U.S. Army's WWII Tank Destroyer.
Publication date:
June 2016
Publisher :
The Ampersand Group
Series :
The Military Machine
Illustration :
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ISBN : 9781944367190

Dimensions : 288 X 225 mm
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A Visual History of the U.S. Army's WWII Tank Destroyer In late 1941 the concept of a separate tank destroyer force began to jell. This force would be armed with specialized weapons. While the army's primary antitank weapons of the late 1930s were 37mm towed anti-tank guns, these were soon deemed to be inadequate against enemy armor. Accordingly, the quest for larger weapons began, as did the desire for a self-propelled antitank gun, or Gun Motor Carriage. The initial efforts, which involved adapting 3/4-ton, Dodge trucks to mount antitank weapons (the M6, née WC-55), which were intended as interim and training vehicles. Product Information: ISBN: 9781944367190 Author: David Doyle Publisher: The Ampersand Group Format: Paperback Pages: 128 Dimensions: 22 z 28 x 1cm.


There are a choice of good kits available of both the M10 and the Achilles in 1/35, as well as in smaller scales, so this will be a welcome reference for modellers.
Military Model Scene

Whether you have the models that you intend to use this book for reference, or have an interest in the subject, this book will give you all the reference pictures and some besides, as well as some inspiration for dioramas. Highly recommended.

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