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A.F.V. Recognition Manual (1942)

A.F.V. Recognition Manual (1942)

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A.F.V. RECOGNITION

Part I: British & Allied Turreted AFVs (1942)

WAR OFFICE, LONDON, 1944


A British army WW2 tank and AFV recognition manual, published by the War Office in 1942 (this edition was printed in February 1944). AFV Recognition Part I includes details of British and Allied Turreted AFVs - among the many British vehicles covered are the Churchill, Valentine, Matilda, Crusader and Covenanter tanks, and the Humber, and Daimler armoured cars. There are also details of American, Canadian, Russian, German, Italian, Japanese and French tanks. Czech and French tanks which were captured and re-used by the German army are also included, along with information on the characteristics and vulnerability of enemy AFVs. The book is well illustrated with photographs, line drawings, and diagrams.


Condition:

In good condition. The card cover is in good condition, with general signs of wear and use, and some marks. The stapled binding is good and secure, although the staples are rusty. The text, photographs and illustrations are in good condition, with a few minor marks and creases.

Published: 1942 (printed Feb 1944)
Khaki card covers with black titling
Illustrated with b/w photographs, line drawings, & diagrams
Dimensions: 100mm x 165mm
Pages: 170