Tiger I Reference Books

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Tiger I Reference Books

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Here are a few sources on the Tiger I:

Brown, Chris. Tiger I on the Battlefield. World War Two Photobook Series, Vol. 7. PeKo Pub., 2014. ISBN 978-9638962362

Culver, Bruce and Uwe Feist. Tiger I and Sturmtiger in Detail. Ryton/Feist Pub., 2009. ISBN 978-1-930571-34-1

Feist, Uwe and Bruce Culver. Panzerkampfwagen Tiger. Ryton, 1992. [No ISBN or AISN?}

Oliver, Dennis. Tiger I and Tiger II Tanks: German Army and Waffen SS Eastern Front 1944. Tank Craft 1. Pen and Sword, 2016. ISBN: 978-1526771636

Ruff, Volker. Der Tiger: Vol. 1: Schwere Panzerabteilung 501. Strabokran, 2018. ISBN 978-3-9816908-0-4

Ruff, Volker. Der Tiger: Vol. 2: Schwere Panzerabteilung 502. Strabokran, 2016. ISBN 978-3-9816908-1-1

Ruff, Volker. Der Tiger: Vol. 3: Schwere Panzerabteilung 503. Strabokran, 2018. ISBN 978-3-9816908-2-8

N.B. In Vol. 3, Ruff mentions work on sPabt. 504 and 510, so these may be forthcoming as of 2021.

Also useful:

Jimenez, Mig and Carols Cuesta. 1945 German Colors. Ed. Fernando Vallejo. Trans. Iain Hamilton and Rick Lawler. AK interactive, 2012. ASIN B00A6CJJC2

And to get you in the mood for a Tiger I project:

Carius, Otto. Tigers in the Mud: The Combat Career of German Panzer Commander Otto Carius. Trans. Robert J. Edwards. Stackpole, 1992. ISBN 978-0-8117-2911-6

Carruthers, Bob, Trans. & Ed. Tiger I: Official Wartime Crew Manual (The Tigerfibel). Pen and Sword, 2013. ISBN 978-1-78159225-0
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Re: Tiger I Reference Books

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Not only, but also:

Restayn, Jean. Tiger I in Action 1942-1945. Histoire & Collections, 2001 and 2013.

Lochmann, Franz-Wilhelm - von Rosen, Richard Freiherr - Rubbel, Alfred. The Combat History of the German Tiger Tank Battalion 503 in WWII. Stackpole Books 2000 and 2008.
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Thanks for the additions! Here's another one I missed:

Doyle, David. Tigers I and II: Germany's Most Feared Tanks of WW II. Legends of Warfare. Schiffer, 2019. ISBN: 978-0-7643-5848-7
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I am grateful for the many and varied titles that have been placed before us BUT could I ask a small favour of the contributors to this thread,
Please include the ISBN for each book (International Standard Book Number) it makes ordering on line much easier :thumbup:
It will usually be found on the end plate or the frontispiece.
I think I am about to upset someone :haha:
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...and

Yoshikatsu, Tomioka and Kobayashi Motofumi. Der Panzerkampfwagen Tiger an der Front Bildband und Tiger Fibel im Bild. Dainippon Kaiga, 1998. ISBN 4-499-22688-0 [Photos and images of der Tigerfibel in Japanese and English].
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Thank you very much for the updates Doc :thumbup:
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Re: Tiger I Reference Books

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I just bought this and although it's well known I thought I'd add it to the list as it is missing. Of course now I'll probably end up building a Abt.503 Tiger 1 :lolno:
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