Ashgate studies in First World War history.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction: the French armoured force: the Artillerie Spéciale "It takes a lot of stuff to kill a German": French material responses to the Western Front "Our sacrifice will not be in vain": the Artillerie Spéciale in the Nivelle Offensive 1917 The battle behind the lines: aftermath of the Nivelle Offensive "A masterpiece of tactics": the Battle of Malmaison "A charming toy": the light and heavy tanks and other projects The charge at Chaudun: the tank regulations and the introduction of the Renault light tank into service All the perfect engines of modern war 1: the battles of Cutry & Antheuil and Directive No. 5 The greatest day since the Marne 2: the Battle of Soissons, July 1918 The Battle of Somme-Py: Champagne, swansong of the medium tanks Conclusion: an event as important as the invention of gunpowder and cannon?
Electronic reproduction. Palo Alto, Calif. : ebrary, 2013. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ebrary affiliated libraries.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Source of Description
Description based on print version record.
Available in Other Form
Print version: Gale, Tim. French army's tank force and armoured warfare in the Great War : the Artillerie Spéciale. Burlington, VT : Ashgate,  xvi, 263 pages Ashgate studies in First World War history