Fighting, Support and Transport Vehicles

The invention of the internal combustion engine was a great stride forward in technology, but brought with it many problems. This volume describes the problems faced in supplying the British Army with its fighting, support and transport vehicles. Originally published as two volumes, but now in one consolidated volume. Part I looks at the common problems, Part II at unarmoured vehicles. With a wealth of statistical tables.This is one of the famour "Red Books" published by  the British Army after World War II and so contains all relevant data on the subject with regard to that war.MLRS now pubish a significant selection of the series. 

  • 9781847915344
  • Majors R Campagnac and P E C Hayman
  • War Office
  • 1951
  • Printed book
  • 2011
  • 400
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