After World War I: Heinz Guderian

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After World War I, Heinz Guderian, a German officer interested in tanks developed the idea about using tanks for mobile warfare. Presented to Adolf Hitler in 1933, his demonstration of mobile tank warfare gave Hitler an understanding of the possible power tanks could have for the German army. Soon, Guderian’s ideas were given a high priority and under his command, Germany would soon be able to build the powerful Panzer force. Between 1933 and 1945, German industry developed and produced a series of armored fighting vehicles called Panzers which play an important role for the German invasion of
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