Training Manuals, Text Books and Instructions

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On the outbreak of the Great War, the British Army was a small professional force of some 100,000 men. By the end of the conflict, after Kitchener’s call for volunteers and finally conscription had scoured the nation for men, millions had served. To turn these civilians into soldiers, and to teach the new tactics and weapons that the war produced, the Army produced a hail of manuals, textbooks and instructions, many of which are only available from the Naval and MIlitary Press.