I figure, since the Goliath was a tracked 'vehicle', it would fall under this category here. So, in reading my Cassino book, the author mentions that Goliaths were the new German Weapon used in their counterattack on the Anzio Beachead, but apart from the line about as long as the first half of this one, doesn't go into any more detail than this. I found the Wiki article on the Goliath but, well, its Wiki. I am wondering what the Germans initial plan was for the Goliath? Was it 'ahead of its time' in bomb/obstacle clearance as it could be operated from a safe distance accurately to hit its target? Or was it meant to be more of a weapon, driving (I assume) under a tank before detonating? It doesn't seem like it was very fast moving, and apparently didn't do well over rough terrain of any sort, but was it loud? It seems to be like the operator would have to be able to see the target and every step of the route to the target....if it was loud, like a tank, you'd probably be able to hear it coming, see it, and destroy it long before it arrived? Was it suspect to small arms fire, or did you need grenades/ATG type of thing to knock it out? Are there any first hand accounts about how it was used or if it was effectively used in combat? I've read a lot of WW2 books, from both sides, and can't recall a single instance where the Goliath was used or even mentioned apart from this one line in the 'Cassino: Portrait of a Battle' book I am reading right now.