US World War II and Korean War Field Fortifications 1941-53
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US World War II and Korean War Field Fortifications 1941-53 (Fortress #29)

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The US Army and Marine Corps in World War II considered themselves highly mobile, offensive forces. Their mobile-warfare doctrine envisioned field fortifications and obstacles as temporary in nature. As a result, their design was simple and made use of local materials, and they could be constructed comparatively quickly, whilst still providing adequate protection. By the t...more
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Published April 12th 2005 by Osprey Publishing
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