How did Germany keep its famous Panzers running through over six years of war? How did the German Army prepare for motorized warfare? What special vehicles and recovery equipment were used by the maintenance units? How were they organized? How much supply reached the front during Operation Zitadelle and how was it distribute among the battered units?
The answers to these and other questions are to be found here in this book. Based solely on original experience reports, diaries and manuals, you will learn how Panzers were recovered from various predicaments and what really put Panzers out of action. For the first time ever you will get an inside look at the battle that went on behind the front lines to keep every Panzer possible in fighting condition.
These new discoveries are presented inn 256 pages illustrated with 291 large format photos, most of them unpublished, plus dozens of drawings, diagrams, maps, tables and charts.