Elite 181: WWII Battlefield Communications by: Gordon Rottman
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Perhaps the biggest difference in the fighting between the two world wars lay in the invention of the man-portable radio that allowed for a greater degree of tactical coordination than ever before. Gordon L. Rottman provides an informative study of the use of small radios, field telephones, signal flares and ground-to-air signaling that revolutionized the battlefield.The state of the art in 1939The basic means: messengers, manpack radios, vehicle radios, field telephones, signal pistols and flares, colored smoke, airground signalsCapabilities and limitationsBasic proceduresCountermeasures: interception and jammingNational specifics of equipment and procedures: US, UK, Soviet, German, Japanese and wartime developments
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