Jeeps 1941-45 by Steven J. ZalogaJeeps 1941-45 by Steven J. Zaloga

Jeeps 1941-45

bySteven J. ZalogaIllustratorHugh Johnson

Paperback | November 10, 2005

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The jeep was the most famous military vehicle of World War II, and its name has become synonymous with a whole class of military and civilian all-terrain vehicles. The jeep originated in a prewar US Army requirement for a simple, inexpensive, and robust vehicle for basic utility chores. Its simple design proved to be adaptable to a host of military tasks including use as a scout vehicle, battlefield ambulance, communications vehicle, and staff car. This book, covering "the savior of World War II", focuses on the design and development of this versatile vehicle used on nearly every front of World War II.
Steven J Zaloga was born in 1952, received his BA in history from Union College and his MA from Columbia University. He has published numerous books and articles dealing with modern military technology, especially armored vehicle development, and he has also written extensively on American armored forces. He lives in Maryland, USA.
Title:Jeeps 1941-45Format:PaperbackDimensions:48 pages, 9.87 × 7.25 × 0.13 inPublished:November 10, 2005Publisher:Bloomsbury USALanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:184176888X

ISBN - 13:9781841768885

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Table of Contents

Introduction · Design and development of the Jeep · Variants and users · Weapons and tactics · Operational history · Bibliography · Color plate commentary · Index

Editorial Reviews

"Once again Steve Zaloga comes through with a short, concise history of the ubiquitous Jeep!" -Dave O'Meara, Armorama (February 2006)

"I have to say that I like the way this book reads. If you are looking for a handy, quick reference that covers the basics of many of the Jeep variants, then by all means, buy this book." -Mark Smith, Armorama (December 2005)