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Normally, an AAA automatic weapons battalion was attached to each division, SP if attached to an armored division, and mobile if attached to an infantry division. But they could still carry their ammunition and supplies farther and faster, and were thus more logistically independent than horse-powered armies, despite the need for coaling stations. Nellie Brown of Owego, NY; several nieces and nephews. This joint funding partnership is the first such venture for The National Archives, and we are delighted that the support of both organisations has supported the opening up of a valuable resource, which was formerly poorly-described and consequently under-used.

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Publisher: Pen and Sword (November 28, 2006)

ISBN: 1844154319

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