Fighting Fit 1914

Fighting Fit 1914

Essex's Military Heritage

Essex's Military Heritage

Fighting Fit 1939

Publication Date15th October 2014

Book FormatPaperback

pages320

Illustrations8

Height198

Width124

A collection of facsimile materials showing how the soldiers of the Second World War got, and kept, fighting fit.
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ISBN
9781445638171

The Second World War prompted the recruitment and training of British soldiers on a scale never seen since. Physical training, sports, recreational games and bayonet fighting training all fell under the instruction of what became the Army Physical Training Corps in 1940, a unit that had already proved vital in creating and maintaining fitness and battle-readiness among recruits in the First World War.


Adam W. Culling, Curator of the Royal Army Physical Training Corps Museum, has collected here a number of training and equipment manuals, books and photographs. Together these provide an insight into how the physical training instructor kept the British soldier Fighting Fit.

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