El Lee-Enfield calibre .303 era el mejor compañero del soldado británico
La mañana del domingo 23 de agosto de 1914 repican las campanas de la iglesia en la ciudad belga de Mons, una ciudad industrial que obstaculizaba el avance del ejército alemán para aplastar a la Fuerza Expedicionaria Británica. Los británicos, con una entidad de 70.000 soldados, habían ocupado la... Read more
The .303 Lee-Enfield Was a British Tommy’s Best Mate
Church bells rang on Sunday morning, Aug. 23, 1914 in the Belgian city of Mons — an industrial town that stood in the way of the advancing German army’s plan to crush the British Expeditionary Force. The Tommies – 70,000 strong – were dug in along the Mons-Conde canal and had occupied the town.... Read more

Paul Richard Huard

Contributing Writer

Military historian, free-lance journalist, and contributor to War Is Boring. Areas of expertise: American military history, the Cold War, Russia and the Soviet Union, military small arms.

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