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Composition of tank crews. Problems of driving a tank. Types of guns and signals used in tanks.. Composition of tank crews. Problems of driving a tank. Types of guns and signals used in tanks.. Cooney, Ralph Carson 1974 Interview
Conditions for crew inside a tank. Conditions for crew inside a tank. Cooney, Ralph Carson 1974 Interview
Describes British attack on the Somme, October 12th 1916 Describes British attack on the Somme, October 12th 1916 Cooney, Ralph Carson 1974 Interview
Duties and problems as a tank section commander. Duties and problems as a tank section commander. Cooney, Ralph Carson 1974 Interview
Effect of ground conditions at Vimy Ridge on mobility of tanks. Reaction to seeing a British photogrpaher Effect of ground conditions at Vimy Ridge on mobility of tanks. Reaction to seeing a British photogrpaher in the German front line. Cooney, Ralph Carson 1974 Interview
Effect of ground conditions at Vimy Ridge on mobility of tanks.The incorrect use by higher command of Effect of ground conditions at Vimy Ridge on mobility of tanks.The incorrect use by higher command of tanks. Cooney, Ralph Carson 1974 Interview
German troops reactions to tanks. German troops reactions to tanks. Cooney, Ralph Carson 1974 Interview
Tank operations at Bullecourt. Describes an incident where Officers had to stop infantry running away. Tank operations at Bullecourt. Describes an incident where Officers had to stop infantry running away. Cooney, Ralph Carson 1974 Interview
Tank pioneers. The ineffective and effective use of tanks in battle. Tank pioneers. The ineffective and effective use of tanks in battle. Cooney, Ralph Carson 1974 Interview
Training at Blangy in tank warfare. Combined arms formation attacks with infantry. Problems of crossing Training at Blangy in tank warfare. Combined arms formation attacks with infantry. Problems of crossing German trenches at Hindenberg line. Cooney, Ralph Carson 1974 Interview