The Churchill was undoubtedly one of the most successful British tanks of the Second World War Although it suffered from being underarmed, a defect common to most British armoured vehicles of the period, it was nevertheless loved by its crews its cross country ability was unrivalled and it was less inclined to brew up from a direct hit than the Sherman It was also adaptable Modified Churchills played a crucial part in the initial D Day landings and in the subsequent advance through France Bryan Perrett traces the life of this slow moving but effective and respected tank from its initial inception through till its eventual obsolescence....
|Title||:||Churchill Infantry Tank 1941–51 (New Vanguard)|
|Publisher||:||Osprey Publishing May 27, 1993|
|Number of Pages||:||48 pages|
|File Size||:||692 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Churchill Infantry Tank 1941–51 (New Vanguard) Reviews
When you try to cover the range of years and the versions of the Churchill, you run the risk of being shallow and, at times, superficial. Sometimes you can carry it off; at others, you don't. Not quite getting it is the characteristic of this book. A mile wide and an inch deep.
good short review of the Churchill tank
With the addition of six pages, his book is essentially an update of the author's previous work, The Churchill Tank..