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Gudmundsson tells the story of field artillery in the 20th century and its impact on the major conflicts of our time.

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Preface The Shadow of Sedan The Quick-firing Revolution Howitzers Artillery Conquers, Infantry Occupies The Great Divorce Bruchmuller From One War to Another Artillery Alone Postwar Developments Conclusion: The Future of Artillery Bibliography Index

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BRUCE I. GUDMUNDSSON, who is affiliated with the Institute for Tactical Education, is the author of Stormtroop Tactics: Innovation in the German Army, 1914-1918 (Praeger, 1989). He has written a number of articles on military history and tactics for journals such as the Military History Quarterly and the Marine Corps Gazette. He is currently working, with John A. English, on a revision of English's classic study On Infantry.

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"an excellent history which U.S. Army and Marine Corps officers should read, either at staff college or at leisure. Well written with excellent references, this book is a step above the usual weapons systems text. Non-technical, it will allow all to grasp its messages about friendly fire'' and barrage plans."-The Friday Review of Defense Literature
." . . On Artillery is an invaluable piece of literature, which should be found in the personal libraries of all redlegs'' and maneuver commanders. If anything, it should provide the reader with factual insight, as well as an historical perspective, on how the field artillery developed over the course of the 20th century."-Marine Corps
?. . . On Artillery is an invaluable piece of literature, which should be found in the personal libraries of all redlegs'' and maneuver commanders. If anything, it should provide the reader with factual insight, as well as an historical perspective, on how the field artillery developed over the course of the 20th century.?-Marine Corps
?an excellent history which U.S. Army and Marine Corps officers should read, either at staff college or at leisure. Well written with excellent references, this book is a step above the usual weapons systems text. Non-technical, it will allow all to grasp its messages about friendly fire'' and barrage plans.?-The Friday Review of Defense Literature
?. . . an invaluable piece of literature, which should be found in the personal libraries of all;1oredlegs;1c and maneuver commanders. If anything, it should provide the reader with factual insight, as well as an historical perspective, on how the field artillery developed over the course of the 20th century.?-Marine Corps Gazette
." . . an invaluable piece of literature, which should be found in the personal libraries of all;1oredlegs;1c and maneuver commanders. If anything, it should provide the reader with factual insight, as well as an historical perspective, on how the field artillery developed over the course of the 20th century."-Marine Corps Gazette

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