On this journey, the Army entertained ideas such as micro-tanks of about 20 tons in weight with two-man crews, massive 183mm anti-tank guns, devastating rocket artillery, colossal anti-tank guided missiles and ended up on the cusp of building hover tanks.
This book takes a look at the records from a time period of increasing importance to the tank historian and starts the process of illuminating the dark age of British tanks.
"...anyone interested in British armor from post war through the Cold War would be interested in this book." ~AMPS
"...this jaunt through British armored vehicle development after WWII offers abundant information from scant records. The number of failures, redesigns, and dead-end prototypes is described with amazing clarity." ~Historical Miniatures Gaming Society
"I recommend this book to everyone with an interest in British armor and modeling armor." ~IPMS/USA
"This book will be of great interest to AFV modelers and historians alike." ~ModelingMadness.Com
"This book would be useful for anyone involved in the R&D process, as well as anyone who wants to understand how another military power planned and fielded its armored forces in the face of new threats from a peer competitor in a post-war era." ~Cavalry & Armor Journal