World War II Japanese Tank Tactics

World War II Japanese Tank Tactics

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ALSO AVAILABLE AS AN E-BOOK. In this book, expert author and tactician Gordon L Rottman provides the first English-language study of Japanese Army and Navy tank units, their tactics and how they were deployed in action. The Japanese army made extensive use of its tanks in the campaigns in China in the 1930s, and it was in these early successes that the Japanese began to develop their own unique style of tank tactics. From the steam-rolling success of the Japanese as they invaded Manchuria until the eventual Japanese defeat, Rottman provides a battle history of the Japanese tank units as they faced the Chinese, the Russians, the British and the Americans.MAINTENANCE. Tank communications Prior to 1943, only the tanks of regimental, company and platoon commanders were equipped with radios. Platoon commanders used flag, arm and light signals to communicate orders and directions to ... The problem with all these visual communications was that vehicle commanders had to watch their subunit commandera#39;s tank constantly a€“ at the expense of watching the terrain, detecting enemy threats and targets, watching other tanks in theanbsp;...

Title:World War II Japanese Tank Tactics
Author: Gordon L. Rottman, Akira Takizawa
Publisher:Bloomsbury Publishing - 2011-10-20

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