One of the keys to Germany's early victories during World War II was the Panzer tanks. Although their heavier counterparts historically have received more attention, the Nazis' light tanks -- the Panzer I and II -- nonetheless played an invaluable role. This documentary zeros in on the smaller, more nimble machines, which, despite their light weight and thin armor, were a critical component in the defeats of Poland, France, Yugoslavia and Greece.
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Have you watched Panzer I & II: Light Tanks yet? What did you think about it?