The author team of Jean Restayn and Nicole Moller have done it again! They have created a superb follow-on volume to their terrific first book concerning the southern portion of the epic Battle of Kursk. Rarely has one of our planned publications so caught the imagination of our loyal customers and the reading public…and rarely have authors so thoroughly met those expectations.
After years of combing archives in Europe, Restayn and Moller have succeeded in assembling more than 540 photographs of this sector of the battlefield. Most have never been seen before and of those that have, most have been identified here properly for the first time. In addition to providing the reader with a fantastic visual representation of the fighting, Restayn and Moller have also provided an in-depth text that covers the build-up and the fighting on a day-by-day basis. Along with 30 pages of four-color artwork, to include formation insignia, maps and all of the major vehicles used by the Germans, are dozens of tables illustrating orders of battle for both sides as well as vehicle counts and losses for the Germans.
Rarely has a battle been so thoroughly researched and rarely have so many myths concerning a battle been laid to rest.
Hard Cover, 9” x 12”, Glossy Stock, English text, 400 pages with 30 pages of four-color artwork, maps and formation insignia. More than 540 photographs (most seen or identified correctly for the first time).
ISBN 0921991 72-X