Ordnance Services

The Ordnance Corps of the British Army was only 2,500 officers and men strong in 1939, tasked with supplying army equipment to the Army. By the end of the war 131,000 officers and men were engaged in this monumental task. This is the history of the development of the Corps  and its efforts to ensure that the men at the sharp end had the kit they needed. Complete with all maps.

  • 9781847915177
  • Ordnance Directorate, London
  • War Office
  • 1950
  • Printed book
  • 2011
  • 390
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