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1938 issue featuring the national Oystermen's Convention and the crab picker's strike ends.


Author Name    Bull, Stephen

Title   Trench Warfare (Aspects of War)

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Fine

Jacket Condition   VG Plus

Size   4to - over 9" - 12" tall

Publisher   London PRC Publishing 2003

ISBN Number    1856486575 / 9781856486576

Seller ID   045359

Pictorial fine and bright new looking pictorial covered book in a lightly used jacket. Still looks close to new with no markings.

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"Trench Warfare "inaugurates a new, fully illustrated series devoted to different types of key military strategies throughout history. Each volume specifically focuses on a war in which that tactic played a central role: here, the concentration is on World War I. After placing trench warfare in its military context, this compelling volume delves into how combatants lived and coped in these ditches. In fascinating detail, it reveals what the conditions were like, including the barbed wire, diseases, and infestations; what weaponry and equipment were used; and how effective new forms of artillery were-including machine guns, chemical weapons, tanks, and aircraft. Explanations cover everything from trench tactics to their impact on the war as a whole, and also capture the experience of "going over the top" into battle.
Dr. Stephen Bull is Keeper of Military History and the Museum of Lancashire, England. He has contributed to numerous publications, including a series of articles for "Military Illustrated."

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