4 edition of Handbook of the German Army in war, January, 1917 found in the catalog.
Handbook of the German Army in war, January, 1917
Great Britain. War Office. General Staff.
|Statement||issued by the General Staff.|
|LC Classifications||UA712 .G78 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 125,  p. (2 fold.).|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||74155775|
Book: All Authors / Contributors: Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Expanded and updated ed. of Handbook of the German Army in War, January "Compiled by the General Staff." Includes index. Description: pages: illustrations (1 folded) ; 23 cm. The National Security League, on August 30th, , issued a Handbook of the War by Professor Albert Bushnell Hart of Harvard University and Professor Arthur O. Lovejoy of John Hopkins University. In the introduction it was there stated: "This little book is designed primarily to be of service to those who take part in the campaign of patriotic.
fighting, Third Army broke through German resistance and raced for the Rhine River. With the first bridgehead established over the Rhine River by First Army at Remagen, Third Army conducted an assault river crossing at Oppenheim, halfway between Mainz and Worms on March With six more weeks of the war, Third Army units fought. This is a translation of the German 16 page description, operating, and handling manual for the Br used by the Italian army during World War II, and used also in the German lines. Contains 8 pages of text explaining use, operation, stoppages, and disassembly, with 5 .
The battle of Metz is but one episode in what is commonly referred to as the Northwest Europe Campaign during the final year of World War II. The campaign really began on 25 July when the Allied armies broke out from the confines of the Normandy Peninsula and ended in May of the following year when the German Army surrendered unconditionally. HANDBOOK ON GERMAN ARMY IDENTIFICATION Left to right: Soldier (noncommissioned officer candidate-note silver cord across outer edge of shoulder WAR DEPARTMENT, WASHINGTON, APRIL 9, HANDBOOK ON GERMAN ARMY IDENTIFICATION SECTION I. General. Paragraph to January 1, ). b. The student must possess sufficient adaptability to make.
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GENERAL STAFF (Author) War Office (Publisher) Production date Place made London Dimensions. whole: Dimensions: 21cm., Pagination: p., 12 leaves of plates (2 fold.) ill., figs., 1 map.
Catalogue number LBY Handbook of the German Army in war, November View images from this item (4) This work was compiled by British Military Intelligence and is part of a series that brings together an overview of the state of the German Army at the period preceding the armistice.
It existed in at least two earlier editions from January and April The book is a ready reference to German military organization, logistics, communication, battle drill, weapons andequipment. The uniform and equipment section lacks detail on how the various German /5(2). The Handbook On German Military Forces is an indispensable primary reference source for historians and enthusiasts.
In the Allies were still engaged in bitter fighting against stiff resistance from the German armies in the west. The US War Department was determined to do its best to equip the US forces fighting the Germans in the field with as much knowledge as possible.
On April 2,President Woodrow Wilson addressed Congress, asking for a declaration of war against Germany. Just over two months earlier, on Janu the German government had announced its resumption of “unrestricted subma-rine warfare.” With the announcement, German File Size: KB.
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Inthe U.S. War Department declassified its Handbook on German Military Forces, but the document has stayed virtually unknown until today. This book is a massive compendum of information on every aspect of Hilter's forces--a reference book indispensable to scholars of World War II and devotees of military history.
Illustrated/5. British General Staff, HANDBOOK OF THE FRENCH ARMY, NEW copy, Battery Press edition of original edition. 10 illustrations, 1 map, pages. ~~~ An exact reprint of this scarce British army handbook on the French Army as of July on the eve of the Great War.
"GERMANYS FIGHTING MACHINE" PRINTED BOOK ON THE MILITARY BUILDUP: This would have to be one of the best Written books on the German army At the start of the War. Apparently he did all this and THEN they declared WAR.
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January 1, (Monday). British troopship Ivernia was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean Sea by German submarine SM UB, with the loss of lives.; University of Oregon defeated University of Pennsylvania 14–0 in the third annual U.S.
college football Rose Bowl Game, in front of a crowd of 27, at Tournament Park in Pasadena, California.; The Luftstreitkrafte (German Air Force. MILITARY INTELLIGENCE SERVICE, WAR DEPARTMENT, Washington DC, SPECIAL SERIES No. 9 The German Squad In Combat, Decem "This text is the translation of the greater part of a German handbook designed to aid in squad training.
The material illustrates, with a wealth of concrete examples the basic tactics of the German rifle : The German Soldier in World War I The final "Argument of Kings" Organization and Service in the German Army In Germany, by the constitution of Apevery male was liable for military service, from his 17th to 45th birthday, commencing with the.
There are also two maps, showing Army Corps Districts, and Zones of Administration and Lines of Command in June The German Army Handbook of was a remarkable achievement.
It provides solutions to many questions that histories of the First World War and accounts of its battles are unable to : Pen & Sword Books Limited.
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The years –17 of World War I saw the Imperial German Army forced to adapt to the new realities of static trench warfare. Prewar uniforms and equipment had to be modified, for both utility and economy; on battlefields ruled by machine guns and artillery the steel helmet reappeared, as well as masks to protect against poison gas%().