The Infantry Journal, 3rd ed., rep., 1986. Xii + 422 pp., various maps & plans. D.j., 21 x 14cm. Spine of d.j., faded & marked o/w V.G.+. Originally published in the 1930’s, this study of infantry in battle deals with real events and real people as it draws upon examples from the First World War. Chapters cover a wide range of topics including, to name but a few, Rules ; Obscurity ; Terrain ; Mobility ; Surprise ; Decisions ; The Plan ; Orders ; Control ; Command and Communication ; Fire and Machine Guns ; Infantry-Artillery Team ; Nearing the Enemy ; The Advance to Attack ; Soft-Spot-Tactics ; Battle Reconnaissance ; Counter-Orders ; Night Attacks ; &c.