Armoured Fighting Vehicles of World Wars I and II: Features 90 Landmark Vehicles from 1900


In 1900 a British motoring enthusiast, F. R. Simms, had the idea of mounting a machine-gun on the front of a quadricycle and installing a small petrol engine at the rear. His machine spurred on others to design similar "war cars", and the armoured fighting vehicle (AFV) was born. This book is the story of subsequent developments, and starts with an authoritative history of all types of AFV from from 1900-1945, covering a wide range of wheeled, tracked and semi-tracked vehicles. From the days before radio communication through to the end of World War II, the author highlights the varied roles AFV's have played, as well as how these adaptable vehicles have evolved and developed over time

Authors: Jack Livesey

Date: 2007

Upload Date: 7/13/2020 9:50:46 AM

Format: PDF

Pages: 128

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Language: English

ISBN / ASIN: 1844763706

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