New review for Rails to the Front

Rails to the Front: The role of railways in Wartime was recently reviewed in the fall-winter 2017 edition of Railway History. Col. Don Woodworth, Jr. Provided a thorough review of the work by Guus Veenendaal and Roger Grant, and concluded it was an excellent value for money and a fine introduction to the topic:

 "This book is an excellent value for the money. It fulfills its broad purpose of presenting the role of railways in warfare and provides an excellent launching platform for those wishing to know more about detailed individual circumstances."

You can read the complete review in this PDF, which has kindly been made available by the publisher.

Rails to the Front is available to order via our webshop for € 29.50 plus shipping. Order now.

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