Cromwell Cruiser Tank 1942-50

; Richard C. Harley ; Andrew Berki ; Peter Sarson (Illustratør)

Serie: New Vanguard No. 104

For most of World War II, British tank development remained faithful to the design philosophy inaugurated during World War I. Experiences in North Africa highlighted flaws in this basic design, however, and the General Staff identified the need for a new heavy cruiser that could combine speed and manoeuvrability with increased armour and armament. Les mer
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For most of World War II, British tank development remained faithful to the design philosophy inaugurated during World War I. Experiences in North Africa highlighted flaws in this basic design, however, and the General Staff identified the need for a new heavy cruiser that could combine speed and manoeuvrability with increased armour and armament. The Cromwell Cruiser tank was designed as a result, and soon proved itself one of the fastest and most successful tanks deployed by the Allies during World War 2. This book details the design and development of the Cromwell and its many variants, from its introduction at D-Day, through its many successes in the final year of World War 2 and beyond.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction; Design and development of the Cromwell; Organisation; Operational history; In combat; Variants; Post-war service; Bibliography; Colour plate commentary; Index

Om forfatteren

Andrew Berki recently graduated from King's College with a first-class MA in War Studies, and has had a keen interest in British armoured vehicles for many years, with a particular focus on the machines of World War II. He currently lives and works in London. This is his first book for Osprey. Peter Sarson has produced graphic cutaways for many armoured vehicle publications, and is regarded as one of the world's great illustrators of military vehicles. Peter lives and works in Dorset.