Ligne Maginot, Tome 4

Jacques Sicard, Jean-Yves Mary, Alain Hohnadel

In the first part of this eagerly-awaited fourth volume, the authors in great detail study the fortifications built to face the Italian threat over the Alps. No stone is left unturned: development of the fortified south-eastern line, building the loftier fortifications, technical means and specific armament.
Publication date:
November 2009
Publisher :
Histoire et Collections
Language:
English
Series :
L'Encyclopédie de L'Armée Française
Illustration :
710 colour and b/w illustrations
Format Available     Quantity Price
Hardback
ISBN : 9782915239461

Dimensions : 229 X 318 mm
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£35.00

Overview
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In the first part of this eagerly-awaited fourth volume, the authors in great detail study the fortifications built to face the Italian threat over the Alps. No stone is left unturned: development of the fortified south-eastern line, building the loftier fortifications, technical means and specific armament. The second part of Volume 4 exhaustively reviews the infantry and specific artillery which continuously from 1935 to 1940, held the south-eastern barrier.

The importance of the subject has led the publishers and the authors to bring out Volume 5- coming shortly - for the saga to be complete without holding back on any information.