By Simon Dunstan
;British Armoured vehicles considering 1945 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: hands & ArmorСерия: army cars FotofaxАвтор: Simon DunstanЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 1989Количество страниц: 50ISBN: 1-85409-994-6Формат: pdfРазмер: 74,9 mbDuring the second one international struggle, the British military used a wide selection of autos for reconnaissance tasks; starting from diminutive Scout autos, corresponding to the Humber and Daimler Dingo, to gentle Tanks, resembling the Vickers Mark VI and the M3/M5 Honey/Stuart; and a variety of Armoured vehicles starting from the compact, similar to the Daimler Mark II, to the large, together with the AEC Mark III which fixed an identical 7.5cm major armament as modern Cruiser Tanks and multi-wheeled designs corresponding to the Marmon-Harrington Mark VI and T18E2 8x8 Boarhound.After the battle it used to be uneconomical to keep up the sort of plethora of automobiles. for this reason, the overall employees issued a specification in January 1946 for the 'Post-War Armoured vehicle' combining these gains of earlier designs that were proved within the crucible of struggle. This finally ended in the profitable Alvis Saladin which entered carrier with the British military in 1959. equally, the final employees issued a demand in 1947 for a alternative for the Daimler Dingo Scout motor vehicle. additionally synthetic via Daimler, the successor used to be the Ferret which entered carrier with the British military in 1952.As with many British guns structures that have been designed through the overdue forties and early fifties in keeping with the studies of world struggle - similar to the Centurion МВТ, the Hawker Hunter, and the kind 12 frigate - Ferret and Saladin shared the typical features of ruggedness; simplicity; reliability; enough battling energy; and an admirable adaptability to satisfy the numerous exigencies of the minor conflicts that the British military has fought seeing that 1945. those virtues ended in common export revenues and Ferret and Saladin have served in rankings of overseas armies. RAPIDили IFOLDER zero
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1615–1853) when guns fell into disuse; no European nation experienced a comparable period of peace after the fall of the Roman Empire. Firearms were by no means a European monopoly—Mogul India, Ming China, Safavid Persia, Choson Korea, Ottoman Turkey, and Tokugawa Japan also made effective use of them—but Europe early on became the worldwide leader in their production and development. The reasons why this was so continue to be hotly debated. Some historians point to Europe’s political and geographical fragmentation, which spurred an arms race; others to European culture, with its rationalism, liberalism, and dynamism, which spurred scientific advances in all areas; still others to European markets, which were freer and less regulated than elsewhere and hence provided greater incentives for innovation.
It can rightfully be argued that many battles that are not described—whether Lepanto (1571), Rocroi (1643), Yorktown (1781), Trafalgar (1805), Waterloo (1815), Gettysburg (1863), the Marne (1914), Stalingrad (1942–43), or Tet (1968)—had profound political repercussions, often greater than those of the battles that are described. I can only reply that this book is not intended to be a comprehensive history of warfare, nor even a comprehensive history of decisive battles. Its focus is strictly on the impact of military revolutions on the modern world.