The Great War was a ferment of new ideas and weapons, from gas and flame throwers to super-heavy artillery, concrete bunkers, tanks, and aircraft. Meanwhile, older methods, such as machine guns and armor, were deployed in innovative ways. All these developments were documented in contemporary publications and manuals. This compendium of extracts and illustrations covers the trench experience, giving not only a popular nostalgic view of the awar to end wars, a but a rounded picture of how it was.aaaaiaaaa ifi/ne] iilitiiiB tiiilili inline (Hoppers up rarlhc Objective allotted h the 2alt;aquot; Nave) 6 tDDDOBaaaa oooojaamp;oooo 4Wine 1\ 3 *#acac aamp;acacacac 6 a ... Moppers up aquot; follow the second line of a wave and precede the unit for which they are to mop up.
|Title||:||An Officer's Manual of the Western Front 1914-1918|
|Publisher||:||Conway Maritime Press - 2009-09-01|