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Combat History of schwere Panzer-Jäger-Abteilung 654, In Act
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Combat History of schwere Panzer-Jäger-Abteilung 654, In Act

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If you enjoyed Münch's previous work on sPJA 653, you'll love this one. The complete battle diaries of the battalion are provided and complement the text which covers the unit from its formation through its receipt of the Ferdinand and its fighting at Kursk and, later, the Jagdpanther and its employment in the West. More great Ferdinand photos and, if you're tired of seeing the same old photos of the Jagdpanther, this book will be especially enjoyable for you. There are at least 100 photos of the rare beast, of which about 90% are previously unpublished.

Hard cover, large format (9"x12"),  650 pages, approximately 200 pages of text, 50 diagrams, 40 pages of color artwork and more than 700 photos, most of which are previously unpublished and a great many of which deal with the Ferdinand and the Jagdpanther.

ISBN 0921991 60-6

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