Edited by G.F.Nafziger
Size: 8.5″ x 11″
Illustrations: numerous black & white illustrations
Pages: 114 pages
This is a reprint of the 1944 tactical doctrine publication issued by the US Army to address how it wanted its tanks and infantry to operate together in the field. It not only covers how combat was to be handled in Western Europe, but also provides details on tank-infantry operations in jungle warfare. In addition to the basic publication, the supplement is bound into this single volume. That provides case studies of how various actions were to be handled, including attacks on villages, bridgeheads, jungle operations, attacks on pill boxes, etc.
A valuable addition to anyone interested in the use of armour with infantry (Combine Arms) in World War 2 in Europe and the Pacific theatre.