“A bulldozer may be far more useful than a tank. The Eighth Army’s advance in Sicily would not have been possible without mechanical equipment, as in nearly every river crossing it was used to create diversions across the streams.” from Royal Engineers Training Memorandum, No. 9 January 1944.
This book from prolific writer John Sliz is an in-depth look at the mechanical equipment used by the Royal Canadian Engineers in the Second World War. A perfect resource for modellers, reenactors, wargamers, collectors and history buffs!