Tanks and Trenches: First Hand Accounts of Tank Warfare in the First World War (Military series)

First released in 1994 and now on hand in paperback, an exam of the position of British tanks at the Western entrance, from 1916 via to the Armistice years later, targeting their position in conflict and the reports of these who served on them.

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