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Hello, everyone!

 

I am looking for any information regarding German tank crew training and retraining. I am interested in A7V crews as well as in Beutepanzer crews.

Also information about training of infantry accompanying tanks would be of great interest.

I have already studied several forums and S. Zaloga's, R. Strasheim's and other books.

May be the only option left is to look directly in Bundesarchive, but maybe I am missing something.

 

Thanks in advance,

Alex



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Do you know this one?

Bayerische Sturm-Panzer-Kraftwagen-Abteilung 13 -Dr. Thomas Müller

http://www.verlag-scherzer.de/product_info.php?products_id=36
(It's still available at amazon.de(.com)/ ebay/ ...

This might be more in the detail as the "Photobooks" and Osprey issues are?
It's still on my wantlist, but maybe someone could give a kind of personal review?

Oliver



-- Edited by Wollhodden on Sunday 10th of December 2017 04:20:55 PM

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Deustche Kampfwagen greifen an!

 

full text : http://digi.landesbibliothek.at/viewer/thumbs/AC06465358/4/

 

this book was written by Ernst Volckheim who was the commander of A7V no.506 in ww1

it can be helpful about your Q :)

 

ps. "Die deustchen Kampfwagen im Weltkriege" can also helpful for your Q but there is no full text in online



-- Edited by TankLibrary on Monday 18th of December 2017 06:20:55 PM

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Hello, Oliver and TankLibrary !

Thank you very much for your helpful answers, I'm sure, that both books could help me.

 

(I tried several times to answer, but looks like something wrong with the forum engine)



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