Hot Doc: Mobility, Shock, and Firepower: The Emergence of the U.S. Army’s Armor Branch, 1917-1945

Robert S. Cameron has created a very thorough work on this topic; tanks and their emergence in the U.S. Army. Cameron has included practically anything one would want to know about armor units for the United States in WWI and WWII, with chapters ranging from their transportation to battle as well as more specific topics. The author has also included many pictures, charts, and maps that will help the reader comprehend this subject much more easily. This book is great for anyone who needs to learn more about WWI and WWII armor units from the United States perspective, as well as anyone who just wants to learn more about tanks in general.

This book will be available for checkout shortly at: D 114.19:M 71

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