Title: Pakistan Army Journal (1959 - Volume I, Number 6 )
Description: Softcover in printed wrapper. Worn along spine. Contents are unmarked and generally clean. 90 pages. Scarce. Includes four original articles written by officers of the Pakistan Army, plus reprints from the American journal Military Review.
The articles written by the Pakistani officers are:
1) ''Away with Orders'' by Lt. Col. A. I. Akram [an examination of how battle procedure orders can be given a time-efficient manner during an attack].
2) ''The Moon Base: Its Military Possibilities'' by Col. A. Haque.
3) ''The Advent of Thermonuclear Missile and Its Impact on the Concept of Warfare'' by Capt. Anis Ahmed, Punjab Regiment.
4) ''Unity of Command'' by Maj. Malik Mohammad Bashir [the importance of unity of command in war through the example of the 1st Duke of Marlborough].
The reprints include articles on the theory of guerrilla warfare, armoured tactics, breakthrough/encirclement, the question of the possibility of limiting nuclear warfare, effects of radiation on the eye, and the Nazi airborne invasion of Belgium.
Binding: Soft Cover
Publisher: [General Army Press]
Place: Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Keywords: military, moon base, nuclear warfare, military journal, Southern Asia,
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