US Field Artillery of World War II

by Steven J. Zaloga,

Series: New Vanguard

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  • 9781846030611
  • 9781780962054
Determined to learn from the lessons of World War I, the US Army developed a new generation of field artillery weapons and tactics during the 1930s. Consequently, in World War II it was the clear leader in field artillery. Providing a thorough examination of the many critical innovations and doctrines, and the impact they had on performance, including the motorization of artillery, Fire Direction Centers, aerial observation, and radio communications. Exploring, in their entirety, the weapons that formed the backbone of the US artillery arsenal in World War II, this book reveals a wealth of detail not readily available elsewhere.
  • Bloomsbury Publishing; December 2011
  • ISBN: 9781780962054
  • Edition: 1
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  • Title: US Field Artillery of World War II
  • Series: New Vanguard
  • Author: Steven J. Zaloga; Brian Delf (ill.)
  • Imprint: Osprey Publishing
Subject categories
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  • 9781846030611
  • 9781780962054

About The Author

Steven J Zaloga received his BA in history from Union College, and his MA from Columbia University. He has worked as an analyst in the aerospace industry for over two decades, covering missile systems and the international arms trade, and has served with the Institute for Defense Analyses, a federal think-tank. His main area of interest is military affairs in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe in World War II, and he has also written extensively on American armored forces. Brian Delf began his career working in a London art studio producing artwork for advertising and commercial publications. Since 1972, he has worked as a freelance illustrator on a variety of subjects including natural history, architecture and technical cutaways. Some of his recently illustrated books have been published in over thirty countries. Brian lives and works in Oxfordshire.

Subject categories
ISBNs
  • 9781846030611
  • 9781780962054