Horse-Drawn Transport in the German Army

  title={Horse-Drawn Transport in the German Army},
  author={Richard L. Dinardo and Austin Bay},
  journal={Journal of Contemporary History},
  pages={129 - 143}
Over the past ten years, a great many myths about the structure of the German army of the second world war have been addressed by scholars. Still more, however, remain. One of the most pervasive misconceptions deals with the extent of mechanization in the German army. Too often, the average person thinks of the German army as a mechanized juggernaut, having been totally deceived by marvellous German war footage showing German armoured columns rampaging 

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