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The Tank Corps in the Great War. Volume 1Rewmen and the tactical AND LOGISTIC CHALLENGES ASSOCIATED BRINGING A NEW WEAPON logistic challenges associated bringing a new weapon into combat within one year after acceptance of the prototypeThe impact of ard vehicles in the initial actions in 1916 was limited However as the British C in C Douglas Haig determined within two days of their debut on the Somme tanks would soon become a key element in the all arms battleThe battle chapters of this initial and subseuent volumes analyses the part played by tanks in success or failure of the British Army ntil the summer of 1918 after which the tanks took the lead as American Australian British Canadian and New Zealand forces took the lead as American Australian British Canadian and New Zealand forces back the Germans during a 100 day advance which culminated in the defeat of the German Army in the fieldEach volume.

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Is illustrated by contemporary photographs and tables showing the order of battle of tank nits in and tables showing the order of battle of tank nits in battle as well the formations they supported the order of battle of tank nits in each battle as well the formations they supported the opposing forces It also includes a separate map book which enables the readers to follow the course of the battleWhilst designed for readers with a passion for detail of the development of the British Army during the last two years of the First World War this new history aims to enable those British Army during the last two years of the First World War this new history aims to enable those a general interest to gain an nderstanding of the part played by the tanks their crew and their commanders in the destruction of the Germans' will to win some six months before the planned start of the 1919 offensive The tanks had successfully fought through the mud and the blood to the green fields beyon.