A History Of The British Cavalry 1816-1919 Volume 7


The Curragh Incident And The Western Front 1914

By: Marquess of Anglesey
Supplied by: Pen and Sword

Format: Hardback
Series: A History of the British Cavalry
Pages: 262
ISBN: 9780850524376
Published: 15th November 1994
RRP / Print Price: £35.00

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A History Of The British Cavalry 1816-1919 Volume 7

In Volume VII it is shown how superior the British Cavalry was to those of the French and German in the first five months of the Great War. A major factor in their success was their skill in dismounted firepower and their capacity to move speedily from one point to another.

 




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