British Battle Tanks is a compendium of books written by Tank Museum historian and world renowned tank expert David Fletcher MBE on the subjects of tanks from their beginnings in the First World War to 1939.
The development of the tank, including failed designs, and the development of inter-war tanks, takes the reader up to the outbreak of the Second World War, when these tanks would form the bulk of Britain's armour when war began. Published in association with The Tank Museum, it is a must have for David Fletcher and armoured vehicle fans alike.
Excellent review of the primary production and important experimental British tanks and their variants covering the First World War to immediate pre-World War Two period. Provides sufficient information on each model to peak the interest of beginners and even a few surprises for those fairly familiar with the subject matter. Well done.
Outstanding reference and part of a great set of books on British Battle Tanks.
will make a really nice gift