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Employment of Machine Guns 1918
(Parts One [Tactical]  & Two [Organisation and Direction of fire]
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Employment of Machine Guns 1918 (Parts One [Tactical] & Two [Organisation and Direction of fire]
Product Code: 10757

Issued in January 1918, this volume consists of the two parts - Tactical and Organisation and Direction of Fire - of the Army General Staff's official doctrines on the use of machine guns. By this stage of the Great War, the implications of the slaughter inflicted by enemy machine guns at the Som...
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Instructions For Serjeant-Instructors of Militia, Yeomanry, and Volunteers In Regard to The Care, Inspection &c Of Martini-Henry, Martini-Metford, and Martini-Enfield Arms 1896
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Instructions For Serjeant-Instructors of Militia, Yeomanry, and Volunteers In Regard to The Care, Inspection &c Of Martini-Henry, Martini-Metford, and Martini-Enfield Arms 1896
Product Code: 10768

With a small professional army fully stretched in defending the British Empire at its zenith in 1896, home defence fell on locally raised County Yeomanry and Militia units. This brief booklet is designed to acquaint these volunteers with the use of the rifles coming into use at the end of the 19t...
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BAYONET BATTLE TRAINING
A realistic and practical series of exercises on the Use of the Training Stick and Dummy
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BAYONET BATTLE TRAINING A realistic and practical series of exercises on the Use of the Training Stick and Dummy
Product Code: 10716

The British Army's stubborn attachment to the bayonet survived up to and beyond the Second World War, even though the trusty weapon had long been superseded by more technologically complex means of killing. The weapon's use was encouraged more for psychological than practical reasons, since effic...
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COMBAT WITHOUT WEAPONS
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COMBAT WITHOUT WEAPONS
Product Code: 10714

Effective techniques for dealing with both an armed and un-armed attacker. 5* REVIEW ON AMAZON
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COMPLETE LEWIS GUNNER
With notes on the .300 (American) Lewis Gun
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COMPLETE LEWIS GUNNER With notes on the .300 (American) Lewis Gun
Product Code: 10715

The US-manufactured Lewis gun replaced the Vickers as the standard machine gun of the British army in the First World War. This 1941 re-issue of an instruction manual first published in 1918 proves that the Lewis was still valued in the Second World War. The booklet opens with general instruction...
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FIGHTING PATROL TRAINING
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FIGHTING PATROL TRAINING
Product Code: 10717

This short illustrated booklet, produced early in the Second World War under War Office guidance, is designed to teach tactics of fighting patrolling to inexperienced officers commanding equally raw recruits. The author is keen to emphasise aggression and maintaining morale - and cautions against...
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LEWIS GUN MECHANISM MADE EASY: With Notes on the 300 (American) Lewis Gun
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LEWIS GUN MECHANISM MADE EASY: With Notes on the 300 (American) Lewis Gun
Product Code: 10712

The US-made Lewis gun, with its distinctive circular ammunition drums, replaced the VIckers as the standard British Army machine gun in the First World War. This 1941 reprint of a manual first published in January 1919 shows that the versatile Lewis was still a popular and effective weapon twenty...
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STREET FIGHTING FOR JUNIOR OFFICERS
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STREET FIGHTING FOR JUNIOR OFFICERS
Product Code: 10718

This wartime booklet, issued by the Aldershot publishers Gale & Polden in 1941, aims to acquaint army officers with the tactics employed in street fighting which, as the author underlines, demands more qualities of leadership and gallantry than any other type of warfare, involving as it does clo...
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.300 LEWIS MACHINE GUN FOR THE HOME GUARD 1940 MANUAL
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.300 LEWIS MACHINE GUN FOR THE HOME GUARD 1940 MANUAL
Product Code: 10708

The .300 Lewis, an updated version of a weapon well-known to the British Army in the Great War, was designed to pack a punch in firepower with economy of operating personnel. With an effective range of 1,000 yards, the gun was air-cooled and susceptible to over-heating, a defect that the manual ...
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Angelo’s Bayonet Exercises, 1857
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Angelo’s Bayonet Exercises, 1857
Product Code: 10754

Published in July 1857, the year of the Indian Mutiny, and shortly after the Crimean War, this official booklet, by Henry Angelo, superintendent of sword exercises in the Horse Guards is intended for the instruction of instructors in bayonet drill. Illustrated with line drawings of the postures a...
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