Fröhlich. The interwar years saw a shift in focus from heavy seafaring ships to heavy ground-prowling tanks, land-based behemoths that could defeat enemies from any direction. This seminal work on those developed in Hitler's Third Reich focuses on the successors to the famous Maus — including the Grille 17, Löwe VK 7001, E-100, and Urling armored howitzer — and examines their development, technology, testing, and eventual fate. Includes a number of rare photographs and detailed drawings! 176 pages, 8"x 11½", 210 color and B&W photos, hardcover.