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German Army Motorized Infantry Regiment - German Army Infantry Field Manual
German Army Motorized Infantry Regiment
German Army Infantry Field Manual
© 2013
112 pages; 19 chapters and 5 appendices
German Army Motorized Infantry Regiment is a dual asset e-book.
Each purchaser of
German Army Motorized Infantry Regiment
simultaneously gets a historic artifact and the best manual on
motorized infantry tactics extant. Although the overwhelming majority
of
German Army and Waffen SS motorized infantry rode to combat
in trucks, it is almost impossible to find a World War II photograph or
drawing accurately depicting
German motorized infantry. However,
German Army Motorized Infantry Regiment is jam packed with all
the best ideas for using
motorized infantry in combat. The German
Army
included many military geniuses, and many times that number of
professional soldier. So whether you are a fan of the
WW2 German
Army
or you would like to know how to lead your own motorized
infantry
for a war against tyranny, German Army Motorized Infantry
Regiment
is the e-book for you.
Review Table of Contents
"The motorized infantry units are mainly responsible for clearing villages which lie in the path of an attack by the armored
division. Engineers armed with explosives and flame throwers can give valuable support. Heavy weapons, single cannon,
and attached tanks facilitate the task of the infantry. While the enemy is held by a frontal attack from a weak force, or is
pinned down by fire, detachments, mounted if possible, outflank the village in order to break the enemy resistance by an
attack from the flank or from the rear. A village may be attacked frontally only if the tactical situation or the terrain makes
outflanking impossible. Cooperation between the heavy weapons and artillery and the forces attacking frontally or from
the flanks will be insured by the commander of the unit. Fire will be directed against the outskirts of the village, and the
enemy will be blinded frontally and on the flanks by smoke and subjected to annihilating fire at the point chosen for
attack. The use of incendiary ammunition against buildings frequently is the norm. Attack from an unexpected direction,
carried out with speed and supported by concentrated fire from all weapons against the point of attack, leaves the enemy
no time to reorganize his defense. By these tactics enemy resistance in villages can be broken quickly."
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