British Armour in the Normandy Campaign (Military History by John Buckley

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By John Buckley

The preferred belief of the functionality of British armour within the Normandy crusade of 1944 is one in every of failure and frustration. regardless of overwhelming superiority in numbers, Montgomery's repeated efforts to hire his armour in an offensive demeanour led to a disappointing stalemate. clarification of those and different humiliating mess ups has targeted predominantly at the shortcomings of the tanks hired via British formations. This new learn through John Buckley demanding situations the traditional view of Normandy as a failure for British armour via analysing the truth and point of the meant failure and the motives in the back of it.

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