Title: Tracks of the Dragon. A History of ...
Publisher: Australian Military History Publications
Publication Date: 2004
Edition: 1st Edition
Small Quarto Size. Mint condition in pictorial laminated boards. A new copy. Illustrated with Black & White Photographs and Drawings/Diagrams. 340 pages As soon as artillery arrived on the battlefield, guns posed a threat to infantry and cavalry forces so there was immediately an urgent need to accurate counter-battery fire to neutralise enemy artillery – and from this grew the need for accurate locating of artillery. The authors have based this book on their own experiences as Locators. A book to be enjoyed by gunners (artillerymen) of all persuasions and by those interested in, and proud of, Australia's defence force - past and present. Bookseller Inventory #
Book Description: AUSTRALIAN MILITARY HISTORY PUBLICATIONS, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. IN FINE CONDITION, COULD BE MISTAKEN FOR NEW. BOOK WEIGHT (OVER 500gm) MAY AFFECT SHIPPING RATES DEPENDING ON DESTINATION; WE CAN QUOTE FOR POSTAGE TO YOUR POST CODE. ALL ORDERS APPRECIATED AND DESPATCHED WITHIN 48 HOURS. Bookseller Inventory # W27094/93
Book Description: AMHP Australian Military History Publications, Loftus Australia, 2004. Laminated Pictorial Boards. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. First Edition. 339 pages nominal roll honours and awards organisation charts b/w photos - As soon as artillery arrived on the battlefield, the gun posed a threat to infantry and cavalry and tactics and technology changed dramatically in an attempt to neutralise the enemy's guns. Various forms of locating were invented and sound-ranging was developed to detect enemy weapons now modern satellite communications are used. Bookseller Inventory # 325779