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Tony Williams wrote:Five books on military technology so far:
'Rapid Fire: the Development of Automatic Cannon, Heavy Machine Guns and their Ammunition for Armies, Navies and Air Forces'
'Flying Guns: Development of Aircraft Guns, Ammunition and Installations' in three volumes (co-authored with Emmanuel Gustin): World War 1 (1914-32); World War 2 (1933-45) and The Modern Era (since 1945).
'Assault Rifle: the Development of the Modern Military Rifle and its Ammunition' (co-authored with Maxim Popenker) which covers WW2 developments as well as those since.
Also, a novel of an alternative WW2 'The Foresight War'. This starts with the assumption that a British military historian from the present day wakes up one morning in 1934, with proof that he comes from the future. How might events happen differently? Especially if the same thing happened to a German historian...
Details of all books and how to get them are on my website, where I have also posted a lot of articles, many of them dealing with WW2 technology (especially guns and ammunition).
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