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Missed Signals on the Western Front: How the Slow Adoption of Wireless Restricted British Strategy and Operations in World War I

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Missed Signals on the Western Front: How the Slow Adoption of Wireless Restricted British Strategy and Operations in World War I - Bullock, Mike, and Lyons, Laurence A
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Though wireless communication was in early development during World War I, the technology could have made a profound impact on tactical operations and on the entire strategic conduct of the war. Providing details on how and why the technology did not fulfill its promise as a great military tool until years later, the book points primarily to the British army's institutional bias against wireless communication as the technology's downfall, reinforced by the crude, unreliable wireless sets with which the army began the war. ...

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Missed Signals on the Western Front: How the Slow Adoption of Wireless Restricted British Strategy and Operations in World War I 2010, McFarland & Company, Jefferson

ISBN-13: 9780786449378

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