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Catalog Number 2002.61.130
Object Name book
Accession number 2002.61
Summary author was captain in a tank corps.
The Meaning of the Tank Corps; First Days of Training; Later Days of Training; Moving Up in the Line; Preparations for the Show; The First Battle; The Second Battle; Rest and Discipline; A Philosophy of War

Illustrations: A Tank on its Way into Action; King George and Queen Mary Inspecting a Tank on the British Front in France; A British Tank and its Crew in New York; A Tank moving to the Attack down what was once a Main Street; A Tank going over a Trench on its Way into Action; A Tank halfway over the Top and awaiting the Order to Advance in the Battle of Menin Road; A Tank bringing in a Captured German Gun under Protection of Camouflage; A British Tank in the Liberty Loan Parade in New York

World War, 1914-1918 -- Personal narratives, English.
Title Life in a Tank
Author Haigh, Richard
Published Date 1918
Publisher Houghton Mifflin
Published Place Boston
Subjects tanks
OCLC Number 1906675
Library of Congress Control Number 18013150