THE RISE OF RAIL POWER IN WAR AND CONQUEST 1833-1914

Edwin A. Pratt’s classic account of the extent to which railways were used in warfare preceding the outbreak of the Great War, with good detail on how Germany proposed to employ railways to further her aims. This is an invaluable work written by a well-respected transport expert, as a preliminary study to his magnum opus ‘British Railways and the Great War’; This has also been republished by The Naval & Military Press.

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