A most important contribution to the history of the war on the Western Front, describing the vital part played by transportation – railways, roads, clocks and canals. It reveals some of the main transport questions that arose and the organisation that was set up to deal with them, an organisation that combined a number of services into one single one called Transportation, under a Director General the first and best known of whom was a civilian railway manager sent out to France and given the honorary rank of Major General, Sir Eric Geddes.
Colonel AM Henniker
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2009 N & M Press reprint (original pub 1937). SB. xxxiv + 531pp +16 sketch maps.
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