Nos. 10 and11. On the firing manual. French cavalry manoeuvres of 1891.
No. 12. Moltke’s field-plan, 1866. Reorganization of the English artillery. Organization of the military tricycle service in France.
In consequence of the report of a commission it has been determined to assign wheelmen to staffs and to bodies of troops, without organizing a special corps. The wheelmen are taken from the reserves and kept ready during peace. In war each corps headquarters will have 8, each divisional staff headquarters 4, each brigade 2, each infantry regiment 4 wheelmen, making about 4000 necessary during war. During peace about 2 wheelmen to each regiment are needed. On July 1st of each year a general meeting of applicants for this service will be held. One.of the requirements for those assigned to staffs is to be able to make 56 miles in less than 6 hours, and for other posts 31 miles in less than 4 hours.
No. 13. Moltke’s field-plan, 1866. Competitive firing between artillery and infantry in Italy.