British Military Transport
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Delivery & Returns
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Now available to purchase: British Military Transport. Revised, redesigned and republished with a 21st Century Makeover.
Out of print for many years, these are essential titles to those with an interest in military vehicles, transport history, and scale modellers.
BRITISH MILITARY TRANSPORT
First published in 1998, David Fletcher’s British Military Transport is uniquely broad and detailed history of the road vehicles that have kept the British Army on the move.
Fletcher describes the vehicles and their evolution, relating their design and usage to contemporary events in war, in politics and on ‘civvie street’.
With more than 200 photographs and scale drawings, it covers everything from the 1829 demonstration of Gurney’s traction engine for the Duke of Wellington, to the rugged Bedford trucks of the 1956 Suez Crisis.
Technical ,but a very interesting read.
Although most would consider the subject rather dry this book is an easy and pleasurable read. The pros are presented in an informative and detailed way and with a wry humour in places which goes a long way to make the whole experience enjoyable. Definitely recommend this book. Quite a lot of useful images for scale modellers also.