Page count: 164 pages
File size: 1.8 MB
This book contains a fascinating and thrilling account of life in a tank during World War I, and provides first hand experiences of people in the early tank service, where they came from, and how they performed. Recommended read for anyone who has an interest in military history in general, and armoured vehicles in particular as it describes the operations of the very first tanks ever deployed by the military. Written by Richard Haigh, Captain in the British Tank Corps and a recipients of the Military Cross.