Angebote zu "Armour" (7 Treffer)

TAU Empire Commander
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€ 36.00 *
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- Mehrteiliger Plastikbausatz, aus dem sich der Tau Commander in einer der folgenden Kampfanzüge bauen lässt:-> Xv85 Enforcer Armour (große Auswahl an Waffen & Hilfs-/Verteidigungsausrüstung)-> Nagelneuer Xc86 Coldstar Armour

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Stand: Feb 4, 2019
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TAU Empire Commander
€ 40.00
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€ 36.00 *
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- Mehrteiliger Plastikbausatz, aus dem sich der Tau Commander in einer der folgenden Kampfanzüge bauen lässt:-> Xv85 Enforcer Armour (große Auswahl an Waffen & Hilfs-/Verteidigungsausrüstung)-> Nagelneuer Xc86 Coldstar Armour

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Stand: Oct 1, 2018
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Tanks in the Winter War, 1939-1940
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Tanks in the Winter War is a unique book. Certainly there have been shelves of books written about the Winter War, but none have described the Soviet units and their efforts, and none have described the tanks used in the conflict. This book is based upon Russian sources and therefore stands out remarkably from other books on the market about the Finnish Winter War. You are given a concise account of the Soviet units, their equipment and the commanders and operations. You also get an account of the Finnish defense, the fortifications, the obstacles, the mines and the armours etc. Furthermore; the only tank battle of the Winter War, the battle of Honkaniemi, is described in detail. The ´Tanks in the Winter War´ is a must for all who are interested in what happened in Finland during World War II and is destined to become a collectors item!

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Stand: Feb 22, 2019
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The Last Panther: Slaughter of the Reich - The ...
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While the Battle of Berlin in 1945 is widely known, the horrific story of the Halbe Kessel remains largely untold. In April 1945, victorious Soviet forces encircled 80,000 men of the German 9th Army in the Halbe area, South of Berlin, together with many thousands of German women and children. The German troops, desperate to avoid Soviet capture, battled furiously to break out toward the West, where they could surrender to the comparative safety of the Americans. For the German civilians trapped in the Kessel, the quest to escape took on frantic dimensions, as the terror of Red Army brutality spread. The small town of Halbe became the eye of the hurricane for the breakout, as King Tigers of the SS Panzer Corps led the spearhead to the West, supported by Panthers of the battle-hardened 21st Panzer Division. Panzer by panzer, unit by unit, the breakout forces were cut down - until only a handful of Panthers, other armour, battered infantry units and columns of shattered refugees made a final escape through the rings of fire to the American lines. This first-hand account by the commander of one of those Panther tanks relates with devastating clarity the conditions inside the Kessel, the ferocity of the breakout attempt through Halbe, and the subsequent running battles between overwhelming Soviet forces and the exhausted Reich troops, who were using their last reserves of fuel, ammunition, strength and hope. Eloquent German-perspective accounts of World War 2 are surprisingly rare, and the recent reissue of Wolfgang Faust´s 1948 memoir Tiger Tracks has fascinated readers around the world with its insight into the Eastern Front. In The Last Panther, Faust used his unique knowledge of tank warfare to describe the final collapse of the Third Reich and the murderous combat between the German and Russian armies. He gives us a shocking testament to the cataclysmic final hours of the Reich, and the horrors of this last eruption of violence ... 1. Language: English. Narrator: George Backman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/026472/bk_adbl_026472_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: Dec 17, 2018
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Eager for Glory (eBook, ePUB)
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“The first biography of an important personality from the beginnings of Rome’s empire” (Graham Sumner, coauthor of Arms and Armour of the Imperial Roman Soldier ). Nero Claudius Drusus Germanicus (Drusus the Elder) was the first conqueror of Germania (the Netherlands and Germany) and one of ancient Rome’s most beloved military heroes. Yet there has never been a full volume dedicated to his remarkable story, achievements, and legacy. Eager for Glory brings this heroic figure back to life for a modern audience. Drusus was a stepson of Augustus through his marriage to Livia. As a military commander he led daring campaigns by sea and land that pushed the northern frontiers of Rome’s empire to the Elbe River. He oversaw one of the largest developments of military infrastructure of the age. He married Marc Antony’s daughter, Antonia, and fathered Germanicus, Rome’s most popular general, and the future emperor Claudius. He was grandfather of Caligula. He died when he was only twenty-nine and was revered in death. Drawing on ancient texts, evidence from inscriptions and coins, the latest findings in archaeology, as well as astronomy and medical science, Lindsay Powell has produced a long overdue and definitive account of this great Roman.

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Stand: Feb 22, 2019
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One Mission , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 552min
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In One Mission, former Navy SEAL Chris Fussell draws on his extensive experience of high-pressure teamwork to show how organisations can apply lessons from the field to successfully transform their way of doing business - becoming flatter, quicker and much more collaborative across departments and divisions. Along with sharing his own military experience, Fussell explores industry titans like Intuit and Under Armour, which have adopted the ‘Team of Teams’ model in order to unite everyone around single compelling mission. The result is a ‘shared consciousness’ that drives consistently better results with less friction and intergroup rivalry. Using case studies and providing practical solutions, One Mission shows how to harness the agility, adaptability and cohesion of small teams and break down company silos to deliver extraordinary results across any size of organisation. One Mission is for any leader who wants to inspire their teams to look beyond their narrow field of vision to understand - and effectively contribute to - the organisation´s one true mission. The steps of transition include: Achieving strategic alignment: every organisation thinks it has sufficiently communicated its priorities down the chain of command, but rarely is this alignment sufficient. Determining operating rhythm: annual or six-monthly town hall alignment gathers are no longer regular enough to communicate messages urgently and risk putting entire companies out of date. Setting up communication and decision-making processes: not every person in an organisation is qualified for the decision-making freedom ideal in a flexible team. Fussell shows how a hybrid structure can empower and inspire every person on the team while still restricting the decision-making process appropriately. Shifting leadership behaviour: radical humility, beginning with the leader and continuing down the chain of ... 1. Language: English. Narrator: General Stanley McChrystal. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/macm/001862/bk_macm_001862_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: Dec 17, 2018
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Blitzkrieg: The History and Legacy of Nazi Germ...
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´´In this year, 1929, I became convinced that tanks working on their own or in conjunction with infantry could never achieve decisive importance. My historical studies, the exercises carried out in England, and our own experience with mock-ups had persuaded me that the tanks would never be able to produce their full effect until the other weapons on whose support they must inevitably rely were brought up to their standard of speed and of cross-country performance. In such formation of all arms, the tanks must play primary role, the other weapons beings subordinated to the requirements of the armour. It would be wrong to include tanks in infantry divisions; what was needed were armoured divisions which would include all the supporting arms needed to allow the tanks to fight with full effect.” (Heinz Guderian) War has always been a competition between defense and offense. At times these two have been relatively balanced, but at other times, one becomes far more powerful. It is during those times that the greatest military innovations occur. The tank was first developed by the British and French during World War I as a means to break the deadlock on the Western Front. More so than any previous war, the balance of power lay with the defense, as machine guns, trenches, bunkers, barbed wire, and rapid-firing rifles all made frontal assaults on established positions prohibitively costly. In the closing months of the war, the tank partially evened up that balance, even as the war’s commanders initially proved unsure of how to use them. While it cannot be said that the tank won the war, it contributed to its end and if the fighting had continued another year, the mass production that had started in Allied countries may have proved decisive. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Colin Fluxman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/112720/bk_acx0_112720_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: Dec 17, 2018
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