SPECIALLY PREPARED AND BASED ON LESSONS FROM THE SPANISH AND RUSSIAN CAMPAIGNS
BERNARDS PUBLISHERS LTD, London, c.1941
An original WW2 Manual of Guerilla Tactics, published by Bernards of London c.1941. This is one of the rarest titles in the Bernards wartime series. It includes details of the methods, equipment and tactics used in guerilla, partisan and commando warfare. With information on house to house fighting, knife fighting, sniping, booby traps, fuses, detonators, camouflage, destruction of lines of communication and supply, and the preparation and use of explosives. Illustrated with line drawings, this booklet was intended to provide any allied soldier, commando, or special operations agent with the basic information needed for clandestine operations or guerilla warfare.
16 pages, illustrated with line drawings
In good condition. The card cover is in good condition with a few marks. The text and illustrations are in good condition, with some marks. The stapled binding is good and secure, although the original staple is rusty.
Published: c.1941 Illustrated with line drawings Orange illustrated card cover with blue, black and white titling. Dimensions: 80mm x 150mm Pages: 16