The British Armies in World War Two: An Organisational History (Volume Two) Polish, Australian, Canadian, South African and Indian Armoured and Cavalry Divisions, British Regular Infantry Divisions

  • Title: The British Armies in World War Two: An Organisational History (Volume Two) Polish, Australian, Canadian, South African and Indian Armoured and Cavalry Divisions, British Regular Infantry Divisions
  • Author: David Hughes James Broshot Alan Philson
  • ISBN: 1585450510
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Paperback
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The British Armies in World War Two: An Organisational History (Volume Two) Polish, Australian, Canadian, South African and Indian Armoured and Cavalry Divisions, British Regular Infantry Divisions