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A Survey of Tank Warfare in Europe from D-Day to 12 August 1944

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A Survey of Tank Warfare in Europe from D-Day to 12 August 1944
  • by H. G. Gee
    • Merriam Press World War 2 History Series
    • Sixth Edition 2012
    • 52 6x9-inch pages
    • 4 maps
    • 9 tables
This is a complete reprint (not a facsimile) of British Army Operational Research Group (AORG) Memorandum No. C6 originally issued in very limited quantities in 1952. This work was originally prepared and distributed in May 1952 in a typewritten mimeographed limited edition (the copy from which this edition was prepared was Number 37).

This study was undertaken in order to examine the supposition that weight of numbers was the deciding factor in tank battles after 1942.

Coverage begins with the historical aspect of the armored fighting in Normandy, followed by an analysis of tank actions, and applies the results to possible future war with the Soviets.

Contents
  • Abstract
  • Introduction and Object
  • Method
  • The Historical Aspect of the Fighting in Normandy
  • The Analysis of Tank Actions
  • The Application of Results to Possible Future War
  • Appendix A: Sources of Information
  • Appendix B: Summary of Actions and General Analysis
  • Appendix C: Estimated Strengths of German Formations at 2359 Hours, 19 July 1944
  • Appendix C1: Enemy Dispositions on 16 July 1944
  • Appendix C2: Allied Front as at 20 July 1944
  • Appendix C3: Allied Front as at 30 July 1944
  • Appendix C4: Allied Front as at 2 August 1944
  • Appendix D: Typical Soviet 'Front'

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