|SIZE:||246 x 189 mm|
|INSIDE:||160 black & white photographs|
The Conqueror was the British Armys first successful big gun tank. Designed to take a 120mm gun to enable it to deal at long range with the Soviet JS3, its role was to support the lesser armed Centurion infantry tanks.
Here, Rob Griffin tells the full story of the design, development and operational use of the Conqueror in this first book in Crowoods armour series.
Topics covered include: detailed specifications; the second-line use of the Conqueror; details the fates of all examples and is fully illustrated with photographs and drawings.