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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The 'poor bloody infantry' do the dirty front-line work of war. It bears the brunt of the fighting and often suffers disproportionately in combat in comparison with the other arms of service.
Yet the history of infantry tactics is too rarely studied and often misunderstood.
Stephen Bull, in this in-depth account, concentrates on the fighting methods of the infantry of the S The 'poor bloody infantry' do the dirty front-line work of war. Stephen Bull, in this in-depth account, concentrates on the fighting methods of the infantry of the Second World War. He focuses on the infantry theory and the combat experience of the British, German and American armies.
His close analysis of the rules of engagement, the tactical manuals, the training and equipment is balanced by vivid descriptions of the tactics as they were tested in action. Report item - opens in a new window or tab.
Second World War Infantry Tactics: The European Theatre
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It is the pits, a place to stay out of The combat-hardened words of US foot soldier Radford Carrol will ring true with warriors of every nation. They bear the brunt of fighting and often suffer disproportionately in comparison with the other arms of service, and yet the history of infantry tactics is too rarely studied and often misunderstood. Curator of military history and archaeology for Lancashire Museums, Stephen Bull sets the record straight in this fascinating, in-depth account of the fighting methods of the infantry during the Second World War.
He focuses on the infantry theory and the combat experience of the three major players, the British, German and American armies, while his close analysis of the rules of engagement, the manuals, the training and equipment is balanced by vivid descriptions of the tactics as they were tested in action. These operational examples show how infantry tactics on all sides developed as the war progressed and give a telling insight into the realities of infantry warfare.
So how did an infantryman function in combat when whole belts of ammunition and train loads of shells were meant not merely to kill him, but blow him to pieces? The answer, says Bull, is by being taught to fight in very specific ways, not just to pull the trigger or control the desire to run.