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The aim of movement control is to procure transports, and once that transport is available, to ensure that the right thing gets to the right place. This is the story of how movement control developed during the Second World War. It is not as dry as the title suggests and makes good reading, while also shedding light on how tropical equipment got to the tropics and not to NW Europe!

  • 9781847915351
  • Maj J B Higham and Mr E A Knighton
  • War Office
  • 1955
  • Printed book
  • 2011
  • 462
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