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Describing the impact of the World War II siege, Prof Scott said: "We always think of the Germans as conducting armoured warfare, and particularly their most successful commander, von Manstein.
When my panzers start on a journey," boasted General Heinz Guderian, master of armoured warfare, "they have a ticket to the terminus.
The Poles were not ignorant of the cavalry's limitations in modern warfare (for the most part cavalry was just very mobile infantry), nor were they ignorant of armoured warfare as each cavalry brigade had an armoured attachment.