The tactical and strategic use of attache intelligence: The Spanish Civil War and the U.S. Army's

Hofmann, George E.
January 1998
Journal of Military History;Jan98, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p101
Academic Journal
Examines tank warfare during the Spanish Civil War 1936-39, focusing on military intelligence and the search by the United States Army for proper doctrinal decisions. What doctrinal decisions during this time were made as a result of; Who were responsible for decisions regarding tactics, technique and organization of tanks during the civil war; What the U.S. Army's tank program was hampered by upon its entry into the Second World War; Outline of tank combat during the civil war.


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