Deutsche Panzertechnik. Motoren und Getriebe 1925-1945

Deutsche Panzertechnik. Motoren und Getriebe 1925-1945
Early on, tank-building nations experimented with different types of engines and designs. Germany initially lagged behind, but then began to adapt Maybach engines - originally intended for use in trucks and luxury cars - accordingly before the start of the official rearmament. Closely related to this was the question of steerability, and hardly any details have been found about all these factors so far, until now:
Michael Fröhlich dedicates a well-founded reference work on the subject of German tank engines, as well as manual and steering transmissions. Many never-before-seen illustrations, technical drawings and sketches complete the volume.
563 pictures (b/w and colour pictures (of today, also details), b/w and coloured technical drawings).

Author(s): Michael Fröhlich/Frank Köhler
Publisher: Pietsch
Pages: 288
Language: German
Edition: 1
Year of publication: 2022
Dimensions: 27 x 23,5 cm
Binding: Hardcover
Weight: 1.50 kg

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