Anti-tank methods [drop title]

[United States: ca. late 1930s.]. 10-page mimeograph typescript, folio (14" x 8½"); previous fold, bottom margins dog-eared; all else very good. Beginning: "It is probable that the ememy may employ tanks against our line, and that the tanks employed by him may be stronger and capable of quick movement than those which we now have. The defense will be strategical and tactical..." Extremely detailed report on defending against tanks (air reconnaisance, trench mortars, mines, etc.) prior to or at the start of World War II. A similar report in 15 pages was prepared at The Infantry School, Fort Benning, Georgia in 1937. Item #55924

Price: $100.00

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