A German national, Thomas Anderson is a specialist on the German Armored Fighting Vehicles of World War II. He has spent decades trawling archives in Germany and Europe to discover little-known facts and previously unpublished photographs of the might of the Blitzkrieg. A modeler, he regularly contributes to popular modelling and historical magazines across the globe, including Military Modelcraft International (UK), Steel Art (Italy), Historia Militar (Spain), and Batailles & Blindes (France).
1 - Stalingrad - the 'planned' fiasco 2 - Preparing for Zitadelle - Reorganization of the Panzerwaffe 3 - Kursk – a narrow loss? (special consideration of the new weapon systems) 4 - Overstretched - Sturmgeschütze used to strengthen tank units 5 - The slow loss of Italy - The end of Panzer tactics? 6 - Russia – the weakness of a superior opponent? 7 - Invasion in the West 8 - Collapse – the demise of the Panzerwaffe