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- DescriptionAt the outbreak of WWII, the French cavalry comprised a wide number of AFVs that will be the first and the last to fight , according to the great traditions of this branch of service. In this first volume, the emphasis is put on the Renault VM model 1933 light cavalry tank which had received the official and rather confusing name of automitrailleuse de reconnaissance (AMR), i.e. recce armoured car. In fact, it was a proper tank, although very light and ill-armed (a single 7,5 mm machine-gun), but fast and agile, as should be any cavalry combat vehicle. The AMRs fought gallantly in May 1940.
- Author(s)Francois Vauvillier
- PublisherHistoire & Collections
- Date of Publication01/06/2006
- SubjectMilitary History
- Series TitleLes Materiels de l'Armee Francaise
- Place of PublicationParis
- Country of PublicationFrance
- ImprintHistoire & Collections
- Content Notefull colour through out
- Width229 mm
- Height178 mm
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