Издательство: University of Oklahoma Press
This is the fourth and final volume of Randy Steffen's monumental work, The Horse Soldier. It covers the final twenty-five years--the World War I years, when the United States Cavalry fought for the first time as part of an allied force; the peacetime years, when the cavalry was largely a "show" force; and World War II, when mechanization finally outmoded the horse soldier, and the horse was traded for the tank. The cavalry became history.
Like the earlier volumes in the series, this one is filled with the fruit's of the author's painstaking research. In text, two color plates, and 85 detailed drawings, he records the horse soldier's dress, his equipment, his weapons.
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