Title: Tanks 1914-1918 : The Development of Allied Tanks and Armoured Warfare During the Great War
Author: Stern, Albert
Edition: 2nd Edition
Publication Date: 2010
Cover: Soft Cover without Dust Jacket – 236 pages
Comments: The beginning of the age of independent armoured fighting vehicles.
This fascinating book is essential reading for those who are interested in how the battle tank came into being and the first steps that led to the creation of the leviathans of the modern battlefield. Whilst this book contains elements of the progress of allied tanks in their first actions, its principal focus is upon the development of the tank itself, its associated equipment and the process of persuading a reactionary command structure as to its potential on the field of battle.
This book benefits from the inclusion of diagrams of many of the types of battle tank together with specifications of engines, gearing etc. Available in soft cover and hard cover with dust jacket for collectors.