The articles relating to Tank Destroyers.
Title
French and Belgian Award Citations to Tank Destroyer Units
Towed Tank Destroyers - Military Review, May, 1944
The Tank Killers - Fortune Magazine, November, 1942
The Dual Mission of the Tank Destroyer by Lt. Col. Van W. Pyland
The Development of American Tank Destroyers in WWII
Tank Destroyers in WWII - Armor Magazine PB17-91-1
The General Board, US Forces ETO - Report on TD Units
Employment of a TD Battalion with an Infantry Division - March 12, 1945
Distinguished Unit Citations for WWII TD Units - by Steve Dike
TD's Approach Maturity / A New Fighting Team - Field Artillery Journal, Nov. 1944
Occupying a TD Position - Sequence of Events by Lt. Col. G.D.W. Court, M.C., R.A.
Brassing Off Kraut - Maj. Edward A. Raymond, FA
Employment of Four Tank Destroyer Battalions in the ETO - Report, May 1950
Tank Destroyers at Work / Improper Use - Field Artillery Journal, July 1945
Tank Destroyers in Europe - Military Review, May, 1945
Slugging it Out - Field Artillery Journal, Jan, 1944
TD Recon. at Anzio/Battle Lessons - Field Artillery Journal, May, 1945
Tank Destroyers as Assult Guns & Indirect Fire Pocket Reference- FA Journal, April, 1945
Tank Destroyer Battle Experience - Military Review December, 1943
Panther vs. Panzer by Major Gilbert A. Ellman, FA -Military Review, August, 1944
Tank Destroyers - A Brief Review by Maj. Ralph W. Lang, February 25, 1947
Tank Destroyers Against Japan - Field Artillery Journal, Feb, 1946
Report of TD Actions in North Africa by HQ AGF and the TD Center - Mar. 29, 1943
Tank Destroyer Song - by Major Thomas Denny
The Crunchin' Kitties - by Dunbar MacNemar, January 1985
TD Reference Data - Tank Destroyer School, Dept of Tactics - May, 1943 (TDS-111)
TD Combat In Tunisia - January, 1944 (TDS-117)
Anti-Armor Defense Study by SAIC (Science Applications International Corp) 3-9-1990
Tank Destroyer History - Study No. 29 by Lt. Col. Emory A. Dunham
Seek, Strike, and Destroy: U.S. Army Tank Destroyer Doctrine in World War II by Christopher R. Gabel
The Evolution and Demise of the U.S. Tank Destroyer Doctrine in World War Two by Maj. Bryan E. Denny
Utilizing Tank Destroyers as Artillery and Tank Destroyers in the Roer River Crossing
Operations of Task Force "A" - Gen Earnest Aprvd
Patton's Desert Training Center