Army Comms in the past

#1
I've a copy of 'The Royal Corps of Signals' by Cliff Lord and Graham Watson..

but are their any other books on the corps/sigs history worth recommending.
 
#2
How disappointing - when I saw the title of the thread, I thought it was a topical discussion about technical obsolescence.... :D
 
#5
cabbage_head said:
Well don't post geeky threads then instead of apologising. You've obviously been very bored of late as this isn't the only one!
but you replied . :p :p

At least I didn't mention laying cable well below ground (to protect it from shell fire) vrs laying it above ground (for speed) and the risks that entails...
 
#7
D11, ahh, the valves, the smell, the heat and the time it took to warm up. "sorry Sir, not warmed up yet, fancy a brew?"
 
#8
polar said:
I've a copy of 'The Royal Corps of Signals' by Cliff Lord and Graham Watson..

but are their any other books on the corps/sigs history worth recommending.
Try 'Picking Up The Brass'.
It's brilliant and, to my mind, the most accurate depiction of the Corps as it was 20 years ago.
 
#9
polar said:
cabbage_head said:
Well don't post geeky threads then instead of apologising. You've obviously been very bored of late as this isn't the only one!
but you replied . :p :p

At least I didn't mention laying cable well below ground (to protect it from shell fire) vrs laying it above ground (for speed) and the risks that entails...
Doh! You got me!!!
 

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