qDiscusses the ways this new technology influenced and facilitated Hitler's rearmament. Nomenclature, standard equipment, camouflage and combat roles of vehicles are examined. Arranged by following classifications: cars and motorcycles; trucks and tractors; half-tracks and wheeled combat vehicles. Includes well-researched, detailed line drawings. each section includes a number of individual vehicles, describing design, manufacture, specific useq--Provided by publisher.Two-view of the German BMW R60/5. BMW stands for Bayerische Motor Werke, meaning aBavar- ian Engine Works, a located in Munich (measurements in millimeters). BMW R75 with sidecar. The BMWa#39;s traditional 2-cylinder, flat 750 cc engineanbsp;...
|Title||:||German Military Vehicles of World War II|
|Author||:||Jean-Denis G.G. Lepage|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2007-03-07|