German Horse Power of the Wehrmacht in WW2

Alan Ranger

Horse-drawn transportation was especially important for Germany, as it was lacking in its own natural oil resources. Both the German infantry and artillery relied heavily upon horse drawn elements, especially in their supply chain and logistics.
Date Published :
January 2018
Publisher :
MMPBooks
Series :
Camera ON
Illustration :
B&W photos
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9788365281739
Pages : 80
Dimensions : 11.69 X 8.26 inches
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$25.00

Overview
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This new photo album, one of the first in the MMP/Stratus "Camera On" series, contains 180+ photos of the horse-drawn elements of the German ground forces.

Despite the several hundred thousand motor vehicles used by German forces in World War Two, the German armed forces were still extremely reliant upon the horse.

Horse-drawn transportation was especially important for Germany, as it was lacking in its own natural oil resources. Both the German infantry and artillery relied heavily upon horse drawn elements, especially in their supply chain and logistics. Each German unit employed thousands of horses and thousands of men taking care of them.

During the war, many custom-built horse drawn wagons as well as captured units were included in the general transportation of the Wehrmacht.

About The Author
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The author is a British acknowledged expert in this field.

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