Military Operations France and Belgium, 1916 Volume II Maps & Appendices: 2nd July 1916 To The End Of The Battles Of The Somme - Anon.The Imperial War Museum Department of Printed Books, 1994, Hardback ..
Condition: Very Good. Leans slightly. The maps have slightly forced the lower board but overall a nice, tight copy that is just slightly musty.
Illustrated with tables and 2 maps to the pocket on the rear endpaper. From the preface: “The documents reproduced in this volume include various G. H. Q. and Army instructions issued during the course of the Battles of the Somme; specimen corps, divisional, infantry brigade and artillery instructions and orders for the dawn attack on the 14th July ; the same for the Battle of Flers—Courcelette, 15th September, with special orders and instructions to the tanks which then went into action for the first time; and certain artillery and gun-ammunition statistics..”
Size: 8¾" x 5¾"
Series: History of the Great War Based On Official Documents
Number of Pages: 119
Introduction: Dr. G. M. Bayliss
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