Using over 150 rare wartime photographs, plus a selection of specially commissioned color, he describes how the initial design of the Mk IV was modified and refined throughout the course of the conflict to counter the threats posed by ever more formidable Allied tanks and antitank guns on the battlefield. While the Mk IV was never produced in the same numbers as the leading Allied tanks, it was without doubt one of the principal armored vehicles of the Second World War, and Anthony Tucker-Jones's highly illustrated history is the ideal introduction to it.
"...a comprehensive coverage of the Pz IV and a good selection of archive photos to illustrate the story throughout its service life. Another informative piece of work for anyone interested in the German Panzers by author Anthony Tucker-Jones." ~Military Model Scene