Signal Communications

The "Red books" published after the Second World War have a rightful place in the military historians library, written to consolidate the lessons learned during the war. This is the Signals Red Book (and see our reprint of the Artillery Red Book:The Development of Artillery Tactics and Equipment.) It covers every aspect of signals communications during the war, and developments in equipment, procedure, organisation and communications right down to regimental level. There is no better book published on this subject, and it is dealt with in a very reader-friendly way with positively no circuit diagrams. Well worth the price considering its very wide scope and detailed content, which adds much to an understanding of many operations during the war, including Operation Market Garden.

  • 9781847910196
  • War Office
  • British Government
  • 1950
  • 2007
  • 498
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