Tigers at the Front
by Phil Novak
In this outstanding compilation of pictures by Thomas Jentz, any kind of Tiger on any front is pictured. Starting with the earliest Tigers that fought in Tunisia, to the last Tiger II that fought in the ruins of Berlin. Some of the pictures in Tigers at the Front are very rare, and this is one of the only places that you can find them. It also shows different variations on tool stowage, battle damage, and field modifications.
Although there is not much in the way of actual text on the tank, this was not the object of the book, as it is supposed to be a photo journal of the Tigers in combat. This book is indispensable for modelers as it shows how not all Tigers were the same, and it can set straight the people who try to tell you “Tiger crews would never do that” and “That’s not the right type of track”. So sit back, relax, and curl up with this book on an otherwise boring afternoon.