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Okh Toy Factory: The Nibelungenwerk: Tank Production in St. Valentin

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Behind the camouflage name OKH Toy Factory plans to build a new tank factory in Austria were hidden. Most secret were all plans to build the tank works and to run the production. By building this wide spread factory, the small village of St. Valentin was rapidly developed to a most important armament place in the Third Reich. Although hindered by war restrictions the tank ...more
Hardcover, 366 pages
Published January 15th 2013 by History Facts (first published February 19th 2012)
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Al Williams
Keeping in mind that not everyone is looking to derive the same information from a book as I am, this was an interesting read on tank production. Particularly the development and post-Kursk refit of the Ferdinand/ Elefant.
It covers basically every aspect of the factory's operations, from personnel remuneration to the impact of Allied bombing campaigns on production. Personally, much of this information on labour, housing etc. wasn't of particular interest and I should've just skipped it.
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