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French Strategic and Tactical Bombardment Forces of World War 1. Translated from the original ‘L’Aviation Francaise de Bombardement (Des Origines au 11 Novembre 1918)’ of René Martel (published by Paul Hartmann, Paris, 1939), by Allen Suddaby, edited by Steven Suddaby
Peter Gray, The Leadership, Direction and Legitimacy of the RAF Bomber Offensive from Inception to 1945 (London: Continuum, 2012)
Charles Kirke, Red Coat, Green Machine: Continuity in Change in the British Army, 1700 to 2000 (London: Continuum, 2011)
Anthony Saunders, Reinventing Warfare, 1914-18: Novel Munitions and Tactics of Trench Warfare (London: Continuum, 2011)