German Stormtrooper 1914-1918 by Ricardo Recio Cardona

By Ricardo Recio Cardona

German Stormtrooper 1914-1918 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Osprey Publishing LtdСерия: Warrior 12Автор(ы): Ian DruryЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 1995Количество страниц: 34x2ISBN: 1-85532-372-9Формат: pdf (240 dpi) 3430x2320Размер: 31,2 mbThe first professional German stormtroop unit was once approved on 2 March 1915 whilst the preferrred Command of the sector military ordered the VIII Corps to shape a detachment for the trying out of experimental guns and the advance of approximate strategies which may holiday the impasse at the Western entrance. through the summer season of 1915, stormtroop devices have been bobbing up through the German armies within the west, and by way of the top of 1916 legit stormtroop battalions have been validated during the western armies, offering a dangerous new possibility for the Allies. This publication examines the uniform, gear and strategies of Germany's feared elites. RAPIDили IFOLDER eighty five

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With such ferocious fighting we could now understand the high number of casualties in August, but we couldn’t understand the huge number of sick. We heard that a Mr Charles Bean, the official Australian war correspondent, had been visiting the islands interviewing troops on the war. We had high hopes of being interviewed and we had planned to pretend that we knew far more than we did, hoping to get our names in the paper back at home. Unfortunately, we didn’t get the opportunity. W. indd 44 30/11/2004 1:35:38 PM ‘A Disgraceful Medical Debacle’ 45 many sick.

So I waited with him for a while and dressed his wounds. indd 38 30/11/2004 1:35:35 PM War on the Peninsula 39 Turks about 7000 killed for only 2000 Australians, but that was no comfort to the dead or to those we met who had lost so many of their mates. We later discovered that the attack on Lone Pine had only been part of a diversion, but it was a very costly one. Lone Pine was so called because, after the rest of the trees had been used to build Turkish trenches, only one remained. e big guns shelled the Lone Pine trenches for three days non-stop and then, on 6 August, the men of the 1st Battalion were told they were going to make an assault, so they all went round looking for their mates, to make sure they went over the top together.

Sometimes for something to do, I would follow a group of Australians a bit ‘under the weather’. ey would keep the poor natives in a fevered state of anxiety, as they never knew exactly what the Aussies would do next. After our boys had passed by and their stalls were no longer in danger, a smile and a look of relief would come over the faces of the natives who had been left alone. We never meant any harm and rarely was any done, but the natives didn’t know that. Sometimes we got into fights with Pommies, some of whom thought that we ‘Colonials’ were beneath them.

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