GREAT FEAT OF IMPROVISATION: Logistics and the British Expeditionary Force in Fr...
"Clem Maginniss. 578 pages paperback 82 b/w photos, 14 colour maps, 7 diagrams, 79 tables. A Great Feat of Improvisation redresses the long-standing lacuna in the historiography of the BEF: logistics. Wide ranging in reach, comprehensive in scope and meticulously researched, it lucidly demonstrates, through description and analysis, not only the importance of logistics to military operations during the campaign but provides fresh evidence and analysis on the deployment sustainment, operations and evacuation of the BEF in the period 1939-1940."
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