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Author: Antonio Mayoralis

SKU :- MBN12159

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Andrea Press 2010 Hardback 297 x 210 mm 112 pages full colour throughout.



A visually stunning book detailing the background action and horrors of trench warfare in World War I. As well as providing a chronology of the development of the technique of trench warfare in the larger war of attrition this book also looks at the techniques used for digging trenches and the highly developed transportation and communication systems that were used by both sides on the Western Front.For both modellers and historians alike this is an exceptionally detailed account of this new type of warfare with numerous period photographs artwork and line drawings for anyone wishing to recreate or research this period.

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Author Antonio Mayoralis
Publisher Andrea Press
ISBN 9788496658158
Date of Publication 2010
Edition N/A
Binding Hardback
Book Size 297 x 210 mm
Number of pages 112
Images full colour throughout
Language English Text
SKU MBN12159

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