Armoured forces have played dramatic roles in the 20th century and their operations have helped shape today's world. This contemporary and wide-ranging analysis, with contributions by eight experts on military affairs, shows what a crucial role armour continues to play today.
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Harris, J. P. ; Toase, F. .ISBN 10: 071345962X, ISBN 13: 9780713459623. Published by Batsford Ltd, 1990. Used Condition: Very Good Hardcover. From Prior Books Ltd (Cheltenham, United Kingdom). Armoured forces have played dramatic roles in the 20th century and their operations have helped shape today's world.
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Harris, ‘British Armour 1918–40: Doctrine and Development’, in his and . Toase (eds), Armoured Warfare (London, 1990), 29, claiming that LH had no theory of armoured warfare other than what he wrote in Paris; also his Men, Ideas and Tanks: British Military Thought and Armoured Forces, 1903–1939 (Manchester, 1995). Kenneth Macksey, Armoured Crusader: a Biography of Major General Sir Percy Hobart (London, 1967), 117–18. 43. Robert Larson, The British Army and the Theory of Armoured Warfare 1918–1940 (Newark, Delaware, 1984), 163–7, 170; Mearsheimer was apparently unfamiliar with this book.
Clancy, Tom. Armored Cav: A Guided Tour of an Armored Cavalry Regiment. New York: Berkley Books, 1994. Harris, J. and F. Toase, eds. Armoured Warfare. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1990. A. J. Barker, The Bastard War, The Mesopotamian Campaign of 1914–1915, 1967. Christopher Foss, e. Jane's Armour and Artillery, 1994, 1994. Christopher G. Clark.
The armour of the A13E2 was 15 millimetres (. 9 in), in line with other pre-war fast tank designs. Harris J. and Toase F. Armoured Warfare (London, 1990), p78. 55. ISBN 978-0-7548-1741-3.