FROM HORSES TO HORSEPOWER: The Mechanization and Demise of the U.S. Cavalry 1916-1950
Following World War I, horse cavalry entered a period of fighting for its very existence against mechanized vehicles. This informative volume documents the decline of the use of equine regiments and the rise of mechanized units in the U.S. Army. Well illus.
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