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The History of the 4th Armoured Brigade

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The History of the 4th Armoured Brigade
  • Brigadier R.M.P. Carter
    • Merriam Press World War 2 History Series
      • Sixth Edition 2012
      • 122 6×9-inch pages
      • 52 photos
      • insignia/map drawing
  • Paperback Edition
    • $10.95
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This is a completely new edition (not a facsimile) of a booklet first published in July 1945 in Germany, written by the brigade's commanding officer.

     Originally the Heavy Armoured Group of the "Mobile Division (Egypt)," formed in 1938 after the Munich Crisis, it became the 4th Armoured Brigade in January 1941 when the division became the 7th Armoured Division.

     Covers the brigade's service in North Africa, starting in January 1940, then on to Sicily, Italy, and home to Britain, landing at Normandy on 7 June 1944, and the liberation of France, Belgium and Holland, into Germany and victory.



  • Introduction
  • The First Year: Defeat of the Italians, January 1940 to February 1941
  • Tobruk: Relief and Loss, May 1941 to July 1942
  • Fourth Light: Alamein to Tunis, July 1942 to May 1943
  • Sicily, Italy and Home, June 1943 to June 1944
  • Liberation: France, Belgium and Holland, June 1944 to February 1945
  • Into Germany and Victory, February-May 1945
  • Appendices:
    • Brigade Commanders
    • Units of the Brigade

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