Achtung - Panzer! (Cassell Military Classics)

Achtung - Panzer! (Cassell Military Classics) - Heinz Guderian Written in a straightforward manner, which may be how Guderian did it originally, or extra work on the part of the translator.

Starts with a look at how the tank evolved, based on his own experiences in WWI. Then it follows up with how the Allies improved things after (Germany wasn't allowed to make its own following the Versailles Treaty).
There are chapters on the organisation of German panzer units and how they fit in with other arms to work together and achieve objectives.

Overall it's a good book. There are occasionally pieces which come across as flattery or self-aggrandizing (possibly to make the views appeal to other armed forces who had different ideas about tanks than Guderian).