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Engines of War: How Wars Were Won and Lost on the Railways
Overview
The birth of the railway in the early 1830's revolutionized the way the world waged war. From armored engines with swiveling guns, to the practice of track sabotage, to the construction of tracks that crossed frozen Siberian lakes, the "iron road" fa...

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11/1/2011
Paperback, Unabridged
PublicAffairs
History & Geography
368
9781610390569
1610390563
0.21" H x 9.24" L x 6.09" W
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Engines of War: How Wars Were Won and Lost on the Railways

Engines of War: How Wars Were Won and Lost on the Railways

Paperback
Christian Wolmar
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