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This title describes the design and development of the M8, covering The mortar has proved to be one of the most influential and prevalent infantry support weapons of the 20th century. Throughout the course of World War II many different varieties of this weapon were used by the six main armies of the war: Although the concept of the This title follows from New Vanguard Kriegsmarine U-boats 1 and charts the continuing development of the U-boat in German service, including the evolution of the Type IX as a long range 'cruiser' intended for solo operations in distant waters.
Also covered is the revolutionary Type XXI, conceived of in and This book explains how these vessels worked, how they were constructed, how they were manned and how they were fought. This durable and versatile vehicle saw combat service from the North Africa This title is the first of two volumes examining the artillery equipment of the British forces during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, along with Wellington's campaigns in India.
Throughout this period the British Army used both Foot and Horse artillery, principally using either the 9-pounder gun or the 5. This book covers the history of Chinese ship design and naval warfare from the beginning of the Han dynasty to the first few years of the Ming dynasty. For most of the Renaissance period, naval warfare in the Mediterranean was dominated by the war galley, a unique naval vessel for a momentous age.
During the struggle for supremacy between Christian and Muslim powers, war galleys formed the backbone of the rival battlefleets. Different regions of the Mediterranean produced ISBN This book describes the reasons which forced the Confederates to resort to commerce raiding, and outlines the way in which these craft were converted or specially built to perform their role. It details not only the way these craft were operated and manned, but also their brutal attacks, daring escapes and climatic battles This book covers the main equipments used; the 24 pounder siege gun and a variety of mortars.
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Designed as a Universal Tank, the design emerged in mid as the Centurion. It was last used in action by the British Army in during the Gulf War. It has also seen action with the Israeli Defence Forces, the When it came to non-gunpowder machine development, the medieval period was one of the most inventive in military history. During this era, the pre-existing military-technological traditions from the ancient worlds were brought together. Three civilisations were primarily responsible for this evolution: The deeds and personalities of famous pirates have received significant attention in recent years: This title redresses the imbalance, conducting a detailed exploration of the wide variety of pirate vessels that sailed the high seas during the 'golden age' In this, the first of a five volume series covering the capital ships of the German Navy of World War II, Gordon Williamson examines the design, development and operational use of the battleships used by the Kriegsmarine.
The Austrian artillery of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars was a creation of the renowned Lichtenstein system of the early s.
This weight system produced a series of weapons of 3-, 6- and pdr. In the s they were joined by Cavalry artillery guns with their Wurst This title covers the M4 version armed with the 76 mm gun, examining developments such as the HVSS suspension, using much new archive material.
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The introduction of the The Light Battalions of US Armored Divisions were initially filled with M3A1 and M5 Stuart tanks, however, on the battlefields of North Africa it was realised that these were disastrously under armoured and gunned, and a replacement, or the abandonment of Siege machinery first appeared in the West during the Carthaginian invasion of Sicily in the late-5th century BC, in the form of siege towers and battering rams.
After a year hiatus these weapons of war re-appeared in the Macedonian armies of Philip II and Alexander the Great, a period that saw the height of their By the gun frigate was probably viewed as a failed experiment whilst the gun frigate was viewed as the vessel of the future.
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The tank This title covers the design, development and operational history of the Heavy Cruisers of the Admiral Hipper class.
The German A-4 ballistic missile, better known by its propaganda name of V-2, was the world's first successful ballistic missile, breaking through the atmosphere to reach its target quicker. It was a forerunner of Cold War ballistic missiles and its combat use in set the pattern for the use of Scud ballistic missiles in One of the most important conflicts of the 20th century, the Russian Civil War was the struggle that led to the formation of the Soviet Union.
The German Navy of World War II was small in number, but contained some of the most technologically advanced capital ships in the world. This meant that although the Kriegsmarine never felt capable of encountering the might of the British Navy in a fleet action, her ships were individually more than a match for the outdated Entering service in the early s, the M60 tank was in production for 23 years and formed the backbone of US Army and Marine armoured units during the Cold War.
Over 15, were built in four basic models: Entering service in the early s, the M Self-Propelled Howitzer has been in production for 34 years and forms the backbone of US Army and Reserve artillery units. The MA6 is the latest development of the M series and incorporates advanced fire control systems that enable it to have its first rounds on target less This book traces the pre-war development of these spectacular warships, then describes their wartime exploits, using this to demonstrate their operational and mechanical performance.
It examines what life was like on these wartime battlecruisers when they sailed into action. The catapult katapeltikon was invented under the patronage of Dionysius I, tyrant of Syracuse, in the 4th century bc. At first only the arrow-firing variant was used, and it was not until the reign of Alexander the Great that stone-projecting catapults were introduced.
The Romans adopted these weapons during the Punic Wars There were many elements to British Napoleonic naval success but one of the key factors was gunnery. Other countries developed different naval weapons to fit their maritime strategies.
The French and Spanish systems developed on similar lines, while those of the Baltic navies tended to rely on smaller craft and weapons These vessels, though fewer in number than the British destroyer fleet, tended to be much bigger and more powerful than their allied counterparts.
They served their country well in operations in the Channel, North Sea, the Far North and in the rescue of civilians from East Prussia during the final days of the war. This title This book traces their operational history, including the development of purpose-built blockade running ships, and examines their engines, crews and tactics. It describes their wartime exploits, demonstrating their operational and mechanical performance, whilst examining what life was like on these vessels through accounts of Old models such as the M48 and M60 have been improved beyond recognition, in the form of the Magach 7.
The performance of Israel's indigenous Merkava tank has been similarly enhanced with new variants and the new Merkava 4 MBT has In the artillery of Britain's 'Field Army' encompassed those weapons judged to have sufficient mobility to keep up with troops in the field.
This book describes all major variants, from the pdr guns of the heavy field batteries, perched somewhat uncomfortably on the cusp between field artillery and siege artillery, to By the Red Army fielded an overwhelming array of armored cars and armored trains, while tank detachments had begun forming in earnest.
These armored units played an important part in consolidating the newly won Bolshevik empire in the early s; as a consequence of the fact that railways were the strategic arteries that The development and construction of the Spanish galleon are discussed in this book, and the ordnance and crewing needed to produce and maintain these stately vessels is covered. The author also examines the role of the galleon as a treasure ship, and describes how these ships were manned and fought in action.
This book examines the development of this vehicle, the controversies over the need for high-speed tank destroyers, and its actual performance during World War II. Special emphasis is placed on examining its performance in its intended mission. Coverage also includes derivative vehicles of the M18 such as the M39 armored utility This book explores the British efforts to keep up in a war of development, which saw heavier and more powerful guns eventually replaced by experimental ideas in an attempt to stop the German onslaught.
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Although not a military This book details the development of the Mark I, and its surprise arrival in France in the middle of during the closing weeks of the battles of the Somme. The years of the Great War saw the Zeppelins undertake strategic bombing missions against Great Britain. This title covers the post-war fate of the Zeppelins, including the crash of the Hindenburg, and their use by the Luftwaffe at the beginning of World War II.
Introduction Forging the weapon: The T and T tanks are the most widely manufactured tanks of all time. They have become ubiquitous to wars around the globe since the s, starting with Hungary in , and including the the Arab-Israeli wars of , and , the Vietnam war of , the Iran-Iraq War of , the Afghanistan conflict, The primary Union strategy during the American Civil War was a massive naval blockade of the entire Southern coastline of the Confederacy, and it was in the effort to counter this blockade that the Confederates developed their first submarines and torpedo boats.
This book traces the development of these new technologies, Experiences in North Africa highlighted flaws in this basic design, however, and the General Staff identified the need for a new heavy cruiser that could combine speed and manoeuvrability with increased This book details the huge guns of the Royal Garrison Artillery, including the 6-in.
Camouflage and enemy battery locations and transport are covered, as well as tactics used and how the guns This book explores the V-1 in detail, from its initial concept, first use in , the various Allied counter-measures, and the later use of the V-1 during the Battle of the Bulge.
The major foreign derivatives, including the US The US Army's development of the 37mm anti-tank gun began in response to needs identified during the Spanish Civil War. By the time it entered service in Tunisia in , the gun was already obsolete, and the US began the licensed manufacture of the British 6-pdr in the hope of finding a quick solution to its artillery At the beginning of the English Civil War it was clear that artillery was to play a significant part in the conflict, as so many battles were fought by siege.
Both Royalists and Parliamentarians raced to capture ordnance stores in urban areas such as London and Hull, realising that they would prove strategically decisive in Pearl Harbor, Midway and the first carrier vs carrier battle, the battle of the Coral Sea, are all discussed.
This name would stick with the Universal Carrier and all of its future variants. This book details the This book examines the design, development and deployment of a quick-reacting, airborne weapons system that can fight close and deep to destroy, disrupt, or delay enemy forces. Simon Dunstan, Illustrator: Production began in The highly successful 'stop-gap' M3 medium tank was designed in , and as adequate turret casting facilities were not yet ready, the M3 used an unusual armament configuration patterned after a French tank.
British lend-lease demands led to the design of a second turret type with the US version called the Lee and the British This book covers the design, development and operation of USN aircraft carriers built prior to World War II, including their aircraft and weaponry. It also explains their various successes and losses such as the first carrier vs carrier battle at Midway; the battle of the Coral Sea; the battle of the Philippine Sea; and the Capable of discharging its cargo directly on to shore and extracting itself, the LST provided the backbone of all Allied landings between and , notably during the D-Day invasion.
Through its history, the LST saw It has become one of the most versatile and successful utility helicopters currently in service and has been used widely, from the invasion of Grenada to the ongoing operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The jeep was the most famous military vehicle of World War II, and its name has become synonymous with a whole class of military and civilian all-terrain vehicles.
The jeep originated in a prewar US Army requirement for a simple, inexpensive, and robust vehicle for basic utility chores. Its simple design proved to be adaptable This book details the design and development, classes, weapons and equipment, tactics and operational history of the US submarine in World War II.
Chariots, the first mobile fighting vehicle, seem to have originated in Mesopotamia in the third millennium BC. The highly mobile two-wheeled war chariot, carrying a driver and an archer armed with a short composite bow, revolutionized military tactics after BC. This expensive weapon spread throughout the Middle East and This book explores the development and variants of the missile and its launch systems, its proliferation outside of the West, and its role in conflicts around the world.
This book details the conception, ongoing development and deployment of one of the most highly anticipated new AFVs in recent years, including its service in Iraq and the ensuing controversy surrounding the Stryker's varying successes. Designed to be the successor to the jeep of World War II with a greater load-bearing capacity, the Humvee has proven to be adaptable to a wide range of roles, including weapons carrier, missile launcher, command vehicle and other specialized types.
This book traces the development and use of the Humvee and its variations, The Sherman DD Duplex Drive tank was a brilliant innovation; the design and development of a tank that could float and even 'swim' in water was controversial. This book discusses the Sherman DD's many variants, including the prototype Valentine DD tank and examines the successes and tragic failures on the beaches of Normandy This title details all the classes of German battlecruiser, with particular emphasis on each individual ship's battle experience and deployment in conflict.
Designed in the mids as an "interim solution" for an armed escort and close-support weapon to support the US Army in the Vietnam War, it is still being manufactured and improved in the 21st century, making it a success far beyond the wildest dreams of its creators. In this book Chris Bishop discusses the origins of the Huey This book contains new information on these innovative ships, using previously untapped evidence from the wrecks of the sunken battlecruisers and detailed analysis of admiralty records to show why Admiral Fisher's famous battlecruiser concept was a revolution that drew together technological breakthroughs, global communications This book will trace the development of German panzers of the World War One, including the A7V and its intended but unfinished stablemates.
The southernmost region of the Republic of Vietnam South Vietnam encompassed the vast Mekong River Delta, and area covering 10, square miles. The Nhon The major submarine engagements of the war are recounted, including the Norwegian campaign, the battle of Malta in March , Operation Pedestal, and many other engagements in all theatres between the British Development of the Essex class began in , becoming the largest class of carrier ever to be built. Early in the Pacific War it became renowned for its 'Sunday Punch' of 36 fighter planes, 36 dive bombers, and 18 torpedo planes.
Alongside the lighter Independence class, these carriers formed the formidable Fast Carrier Force Determined to learn from the lessons of World War I, the US Army developed a new generation of field artillery weapons and tactics during the s.
Consequently, in World War II it was the clear leader in field artillery. Providing a thorough examination of the many critical innovations and doctrines, and the impact they had Formidable and sophisticated, triremes were the deadliest battleship of the ancient world, and at the height of their success, the Athenians were the dominant exponents of their devastating power.
Primarily longships designed to fight under oar power, the trireme was built for lightness and strength; ship-timber was mostly This book reveals the important role the tank played in the historic battle of Cambrai in as well as the first ever tank-versus-tank actions against German A7Vs. In awe of British technology, the Germans actively captured, salvaged and repaired Mark IVs for deployment against the Allies. In it famously downed Gary Powers' U-2 spyplane, and two years later it was one of the missiles deployed during the Cuban Missile Crisis, which almost sparked a nuclear showdown between America and the USSR.
The SA-2 was also deployed in Ranging from the largest pre-nuclear submarines in the world to manned torpedoes, with the fastest combat vessels and midget submarines operating alongside craft capable of carrying floatplane A fire-breathing monster on the battlefield, the Churchill Crocodile was one of the most awe-inspiring weapons of World War II.
Tank expert David Fletcher chronicles the development of the flamethrower tank, examining the dramatic effect of these tanks in battle from use in France to the terrifying attack on the Senio River in Inspired by European designs, in the s and s an innovative Japanese tank program facilitated their campaigns in China prior to the Pacific War.
During the ensuing war against the Allies tanks were deployed imaginatively in jungle terrain In addition to its special mine-clearing role the Sherman Crab was also capable of fighting in tank duels, and this book includes dramatic accounts of its use by the famous 79th Armoured Division and It was also deployed during the Russian Civil War and the technology traveled east into the Chinese Civil War, and the subsequent war An ordinary American-built Sherman modified by the British, the Firefly had the firepower that could finally match the awesome German tanks that had dominated Europe.
By the end of the Civil War the US Navy was the most advanced in the world, but in subsequent years America's naval might dwindled. However, in the s a 'New Navy' was born and at the forefront of its fleet were the mighty cruisers. After some limited use in World War II, UAVs emerged as substitutes for manned reconnaissance aircraft in missions deemed too dangerous to risk an aircrew.
This book examines the development of UAV technology and speculates on its future potential. Packed with rare, recently declassified photographs and detailed full-colour In , briefed with creating a vessel that could be employed on an enemy's coastline, the Admiralty took several technological leaps forward to match Germany's own revolutionary vessels.
Written by an influential expert in the field and covering all classes of submarine developed and deployed during the war, this book This title covers the 12 Japanese battleships that saw service between and , including the mighty Yamato.
Each class is considered in light of its design and construction, its armament and wartime modifications. Designed to be light and fast, these warships enabled America to project its power across the globe.
This book examines the design and development of these unique craft, very few of which survive today, and goes on to examine their role and combat deployment in World War II.
In his second volume on the Tudor Navy, naval expert Angus Konstam covers the extraordinary transformation of the Tudor fleet during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. This period witnessed the birth of a whole new breed of warships designed to dominate the seas and expand the corners of the Empire. Detailing warfare during the Elephants have been deployed as weapons for centuries, particularly in South and South-East Asia, where war elephants constituted the bulk of most armies in the region from antiquity right up to the 19th century.
This book offers an insight into the incredible history of these "living tanks," focusing on the design of the Although often overlooked in favour of the U-boats or battleships, the vast majority of the Kriegsmarine was formed of the smaller vessels of the coastal forces.
These ships and boats, which included minesweepers, torpedo boats, patrol boats, and blockade breakers, gave crucial service to Germany during the war, and many The Soviet T Standard Tank was the last tank fielded before the Soviet collapse, and the most controversial. Despite having the most sophisticated fire controls and multi-layer armor ever fielded on a Soviet tank, its turbine power plant rather than a conventional diesel remained a source of considerable trouble However, full success was not achieved until the production of the M Sheridan.
The history of this tank provides the focal point of this book, highlighting the difficulties of combining heavy firepower in a Yet from a fleet of 12 battleships, ten were already over 20 years old, venerable veterans of World War I.
Extensive modifications throughout the s allowed these ships to perform a vital service This book reveals the fascinating story of the cat and mouse duel between the airship and another pioneering form of technology - the submarine during World War 1. Detailed cut-away drawings reveal the design and development of the airship, during and after the war, whilst full-colour illustrations depict the airship in The Auxiliary Cruisers were immensely successful, not only in the number of enemy ships they sank, but in the resources which were tied up trying to track them down.
The Royal Navy's auxiliary cruisers tended to be merchant vessels used to protect convoys from attack. The German Auxiliary Cruisers, however, heavily armed and Later, the hulls of these ships were used as the basis for a fire support ship.
While the landing ships were phased out after the Korean War, some fire support craft remained in use throughout the Vietnam It was essentially a modification of the widely-manufactured T tank with the addition of a new mm gun. This book examines the development of this category of armored cars and offers a detailed analysis of the extensive combat use of the Staghound in British service as well as in the service of other Allied countries.
This title offers a comprehensive review of the seven battleships of the Nelson and King George V classes from their initial commissioning to their peacetime modifications and wartime service.
Moreover, with specially commissioned artwork and a dramatic re-telling of key battles, such as the duel between the Bismark and HMS The origins of American warships, primarily light and medium frigates, built for the Continental Navy during the years This was the first navy of the United States and much of the fleet was comprised of ships that had been modified from existing vessels, converted into warships to provide a crucial service during This title details the ships of ten classes introduced in the s: In wartime, most 1,tonners and leaders initially saw This book recounts the history of the first destroyers of the Royal Navy, which revolutionized the way war was fought at sea with new armaments and a great improvement on earlier designs.
Moreover, between , when the first destroyers were laid down, and , destroyers evolved radically from knot, ton ships into This volume covers the history of the Deutschland to Osfriesland classes of German battlecruisers, beginning with the last of the pre-dreadnought battleships and explaining the revolutionary developments, particularly the vast increases in size and armament, that took place within the German Imperial Navy as it readied itself This title describes the Fletchers and their Allen M.
Sumnerand Gearing-class derivatives, their machinery, armament, and construction, with a listing of all ships by hull number and builder. Bristling with small-calibre guns and machine guns, they served in a variety of roles during the War.
In the early war period they battled against German E-boats in the English Channel, then went on the offensive, searching the enemy shore for targets of This was quickly followed by others, including the highly-successful Illustrious class.
Smaller and tougher than their American cousins, the British carriers were designed to fight in the tight confines of the North Sea and the This volume details the design, construction, and operation of the first six of the ten US fast battleships, two of the North Carolina class and four of the South Dakota class.
These six battleships were all authorized in and were the first vessels built in the US since The tanks used during the Spanish Civil War are not often examined in any great detail, and are often labeled as little more than test vehicles in a convenient proving ground before World War II. But, with groundbreaking research, armor expert Steven J Zaloga has taken a fresh look at the tanks deployed in Spain, examining how The first Soviet helicopter to function as both a gunship and an assault transport, it served extensively in Afghanistan, and is now employed by militaries across the world.
Written by an expert on the 'Hind', an drawing on manufacturing and military sources, this book presents the Mi in all of its brutal glory, from design This book covers the design, construction, and employment of the four Iowa-class battleships, the largest in the American fleet.
During World War II, they served as guards for the aircraft carriers and their bombardments provided cover for the numerous landings in the Pacific.
At the war's end, the Japanese signed their This title examines the emergence of the first modern tank, the Renault FT. The Renault FT pioneered the modern tank design, with armament in a revolutionary central turret and the engine in the rear. More importantly, the Renault was designed to be cheap and easy to manufacture.
Discover the history of the early French armor This book looks at the development and deployment of the nuclear-powered Nimitz class aircraft carriers from when the USS Nimitz, the lead ship of the class, was commissioned, to the present day. This book introduces the reader to the early years of US submarine development and operation during the first third of the 20th century. It was in this period of growth and change that the submarine moved from a small vessel of limited range and tactical strength to a far ranging force.
It also covers the little-told story of Like the other vessels of the Japanese Navy, the heavy cruisers were technologically superior to and far more innovative than their Allied rivals, whom they met in many of the major Pacific.
The design and development of all 18 ships in the six heavy cruiser classes, from pre-war construction and mid-war alterations, to their The Humber LRC gave excellent service to the Reconnaissance Corps with its agility, speed and height proving to be invaluable assets to the units that operated it. Using numerous photographs, and newly commissioned artwork, this book looks at the development of the LRC, its use by the Reconnaissance Corps and its importance to Although, to the casual eye, all British tanks of World War I look much the same, the Mark V is quite outstanding and has a strong claim to be the tank that won the Great War.
Accompanied by detailed artwork showing the design changes that allowed the Mark V to breach the widest German trenches, this title is an excellent The patrol vehicles used by Special Operations Forces in Afghanistan and Iraq vary quite dramatically between the theatres as well as amongst the Coalition members, and have been developed and upgraded to meet the demands of the deployment.
Covering all the major Coalition nations, Leigh Neville continues his look at the elite The destruction of much of the remainder of the Japanese fleet and its air arm in the later half of left the Japanese Home Islands vulnerable to attack by US naval and air forces. This book will begin by examining This book covers the gunboats of all the major nations that stationed naval forces in China, including America, Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, and Japan.
In this book, Mark Stille details why the Italian battleships were able to maintain a solid reputation, examining their impressive designs and the courage and determination of the fleet at Calabria, Sirte, Cape Spartiveto and Cape Matapan. Three times during the 17th century, England and Holland went to war as part of an ongoing struggle for economic and naval supremacy. Primarily fought in the cold waters of the North Sea and the English Channel, the wars proved revolutionary in their impact upon warship design, armament, and naval tactics.
During this time, The 8th and 48th Transportation Groups were responsible for hauling supplies through the long, dangerous roads of Vietnam, and they often found themselves the target of ambushes, attacks, and sniping.
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