E. S. Mittler & Sohn, Berlin & Frankfurt, 1st ed., 1957. 494 pp., diagrams & plans, some coloured. Re-backed with a green cloth spine & retaining original green cloth boards ; 23 x 15cm. Ex- R.M.A. Sandhurst lib., with occasional stamps, then from the private working library of the late Dr. David Westwood, a military and naval historian and author of several books, containing occasional marginal doodles & translations by him ; corners rubbed ; o/w V.G. Written in German and published in 1957, this Handbook of Tactics for the Driver and Inspector / Learner, claims that it "brings to the reader modern, tactical thinking, knowledge, and action." Chapters cover The Basics ; Clarification and Security ; March and Development ; The Types of Fighting ; Fighting with the Use of Nuclear Weapons ; Telecommunications Use ; Aviator Defense ; Airborne Use ; Pioneering Use ; Cooperation with the Luftwaffe ; Fight Under Special Circumstances ; Logistics Attachment. Illustrated with diagrams and plans, some coloured, this book contains a useful index of English and French translations from the German for technical and military terms. SCARCE.