Forgotten Tanks and Guns of the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s
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History forgets. Files are lost and mislaid.
Kategorien: Buchshop, militärische Fahrzeuge, Panzerwaffe, Fahrzeuge, Artillerie Schlagwörter: Bewaffnung, Militärtechnik, Panzer, Panzertechnik, Technikgeschichte, zweiter Weltkrieg, Zwischenkriegszeit
LISTER David: Forgotten Tanks and Guns of the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s
Englisch, 130 Seiten, 80 Abbildungen und Skizzen, Quellenverzeichnis, gebunden mit Schutzumschlag
History forgets. Files are lost and mislaid. But this book seeks to shine a light, offering a collection of cutting edge pieces of historical research detailing some of the most fascinating arms and armament projects from the 1920s to the end of the 1940’s, nearly all of which had previously been lost to history.
Included here are records from the UK’s MI10 (the forerunner of GCHQ) which tell the story of the mighty Japanese heavy tanks and their service during the Second World War. Other chapters expand on the development of British armour, including the story of infantry tanks from the 1920’s right through to the end of the Second World War and beyond.
Other items placed beneath the microscope in this fascinating history include a wide variety of guns, rocket launchers, super heavy tanks and countless pieces of specialised armour. Previously overlooked, hidden under layers of dust in archives up and down the country, the histories of these objects has finally been uncovered.
David’s first experience with tanks occurred at the age of 16 when he began work at a local museum. A few years later he started working with computer game developers as a historical consultant. Since then he has worked with several companies including Wargaming’s World of Tanks, Gaijin’s War Thunder, and Obsidian Entertainment’s Armoured Warfare.
Throughout this time he visited numerous archives across the country and contributed articles to company websites. In 2016 he self published many of these articles in a book called General War Stories. He has also been regularly published in Tankette, the magazine of the Bovington Tank museum.