Machine-guns And The Great War

This book dispells the myth of lines of men mindlessly crossing dead man's land into machinegun fire. The fact is that tactics changed during the war as generals tried to avoid the devistation of machineguns. The author uses original documents from the British Imperial War Museum to show how both sides modified their tactics, which worked, and which failed. This book is a must if you are a student of WW I and don't want to fall for t...