3 edition of From Anzac to the Hindenburg line found in the catalog.
From Anzac to the Hindenburg line
Norman K. Harvey
by Printed [for 9th Battalion A.I.F. Association] by W. Brooks & Co. (Q.) Pty. Ltd. in Brisbane, Queensland
Written in English
|Statement||by Norman K. Harvey ... foreword by Major-General E.G. Sinclair-MacLagan ...|
|LC Classifications||D547.A8 H3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. l., 300 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||300|
|LC Control Number||42025668|
At feet long, the Hindenburg was the largest airship ever built–just slightly smaller than the Titanic! Also of a disastrous end, the zeppelin burst into flame as spectators watched it attempt to land in Lakehurst, New Jersey on May 6, In under a minute, the Hindenburg was gone, people jumping from windows to escape. On May 3, , the Hindenburg left Frankfurt, Germany, for a journey across the Atlantic to Lakehurst’s Navy Air Base. Stretching feet .
The publisher was very concerned about getting the facts right and the contents are scrupulously accurate. Most of all, the book does not repeat any of the nonsense so often found in books about the Hindenburg (e.g., the United States wouldn’t sell helium to the Nazis; the ship’s fabric covering was highly flammable; etc.).Missing: Anzac. A new book about the Hindenburg crash has just been published. I was pleased to serve as historical consultant for The Hindenburg in Flames. Although designed for young adult readers, the publisher was determined to create a highly accurate work and I am quite proud of the book . The Hindenburg Line was a massive defense in depth, with reinforced concrete bunkers and trench lines, fields of barbed wire, machine gun nests, and minefields. It formed a mile line, stretching from Belgium in the north, across eastern France, and to Switzerland in the south.”.
The general idea of the operations was the breaking of the Hindenburg Line north of St. Quentin, and to the 46th Division was assigned the task of storming the Canal between the village of Bellenglise and Riqueval Bridge, and capturing the defences behind the Canal, with Bellenglise itself, which contained the entrance to the famous tunnel. Book Sources: Hindenburg A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library. We Interrupt this Broadcast Relive the Events that stopped our lives-- from the Hindenburg to the death of Princess Diana Includes 2 cds featuring broadcasts from famous moments in history by Joe Garner Call Number: PNT4 G36 ISBN: The Battle of the Hindenburg Line, which began Septem , was a key turning point in the Hundred Days Offensive that eventually led to the end of World War h forces spearheaded the attack against the German line, continuing their effective use of tanks that started earlier in the Offensive at the Battle of Amiens. The battle was another sign that trench warfare was over as the.
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Erich Ludendorff, shortened their lines and installed concrete pillboxes armed with machine guns as the start of an extended defensive system. Breaking the Hindenburg Line: The Story of the 46th (North Midland) Division.
download pdf Major R E Priestley (no photo) Synopsis: At an hour and date to be notified later, the 46th Division, as part of a major operation, will cross the St. Quentin Canal, capture the Hindenburg Line, and advance to a position shown on the attached map A.Breaking the Hindenburg line: the story of the ebook (North Midland) Division / with an introduction by G.
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