By Ray Westlake
The hot military, sometimes called Kitcheners military or, disparagingly, Kitcheners Mob, used to be an (initially) all-volunteer military shaped within the uk following the outbreak of hostilities within the First global struggle. It used to be created after the advice from the then Secretary of nation for struggle, Horatio Kitchener. Kitcheners military represented an incredible turning element in British army heritage. For the 1st time, the entire attempt of the state and its humans was once dedicated to an enormous land strength combating opposed to different powers of Europe, with the Royal army taking part in a massive yet secondary role.Армия генерала Китченера была призвана защитить Британию во время первой мировой войны и являлась добровольческим формированием. Ее униформе и организации посвящена эта книга.
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Kitchener”s Army by Ray Westlake