A detailed history of armoured trains that were part of the organisation of the Polish army from the end of the Soviet war to the end of the 1939 war campaign. Polish armoured trains originated in World War I, but played an important part in most Polish military conflicts during the next two decades. The book explores in detail not only the history of individual train units, but also their organisation into regiments and divisions and their equipment and support. Adam Jonca is an undisputed expert on this aspect of military history. The book contains about 1,200 black and white photographs and maps and 178 specially commissioned colour artwork profiles.