Engineers of victory: the problem solvers who turned the tide in the Second World War

Author:  Kennedy, Paul M.
Publisher: Random House

Physical Description:

xxvi, 436 pages: illustrations, maps; 25 cm.

Subjects: World War II

“Engineers of Victory” is a new account of how the tide was turned against the Nazis by the Allies in the Second World War, the focus being on the problem-solvers: Major-General Perry Hobart, who invented the “funny tanks” which flattened the curve on the D-Day beaches; Flight Lieutenant Ronnie Harker “the man who put the Merlin in the Mustang”; and Captain “Johnny” Walker, the convoy captain who worked out how to sink U-boats with a “creeping barrage.”


Location: Stacks
Call No. D743.K425 2013
Barcode: 31471

No of Copies: 1
Status: Non-Circulating
Language: english