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Pier Paolo Battistelli earned his PhD in military history at the University of Padua. A scholar of German and Italian politics and strategy throughout World War II, he is active in Italy and abroad writing titles and essays on military history subjects. A contributor to the Italian Army Historical Office, he is currently revising his PhD thesis for publication: The War of the Axis: German and Italian Military Partnership in World War Two, 1939-1943.
Table of Contents
|Combat mission||p. 5|
|Doctrine and training||p. 6|
|Unit organization||p. 8|
|From 1943 to 1944|
|The Panzer Regiment|
|Panzer Pionier Bataillon|
|Communications and replacements|
|Divisional supply and services|
|The 1945 Panzer Division|
|Salerno, 13-14 September 1943 (16. Panzer Division)|
|Gorodok, 21-27 November 1943 (20. Panzer Division)|
|Cherkassy, 16-17 February 1944 (1. Panzer Division)|
|Targul-Frumos, 2 May 1944 (24. Panzer Division)|
|St. Lo, 11 July 1944 (Panzer Lehr Division)|
|Caen, 18 July 1944 (21. Panzer Division)|
|Arracourt, 25-29 September 1944 (11. Panzer Division)|
|Nyiregyhaza, 26 October 1944 (1. and 23. Panzer Divisions)|
|Hürtgen Forest, 2-9 November 1944 (116. Panzer Division)|
|Celles-Rochefort, 23-26 December 1944 (Panzer Lehr, 2. Panzer Division)|
|Wissembourg, 8-9 January 1945 (21. Panzer Division)|
|Stuhlweissenburg, 20-21 January 1945 (1. Panzer Division)|
|Weapons and equipment||p. 70|
|Command, control, communications and intelligence||p. 81|
|The German command system|
|The use of Kampfgruppen and the command system|
|Unit status||p. 85|
|Lessons learned||p. 91|
|Abbreviations and glossary||p. 92|
|Key to vehicle silhouette identification||p. 94|
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