Washington, DC: U.S. War Department, 1943. First? Edition. First? Printing. 163, wraps, illus., maps, diagrams, appendices, index, front cover weak, some wear and soiling to covers. This reflects the state of knowledge and state of practice during the Second World War. Topics covered include engineer tools and common engineer tasks, engineer tools, elementary rigging, field fortifications, camouflage, explosives and demolitions, engineers and tanks, assault of a fortified position, bridges, boats and rafts, airdromes, engineer reconnaissance, the engineer and his truck, and combat weapons. There are three appendices: engineer organizations and engineer specialists, engineer insignia, and proficiency tests for engineer soldiers. Condition: fair.
Keywords: WWII, Military Manuals, Field Manuals, Engineer Soldiers, Handbooks, Corps of Engineers, Antitank, Explosives, Military Training