I recently acquired a copy of this essay by (then) Major-General Francis Tuker CB DSO OBE [Later Lieutenant-General Sir Francis Tuker], until recently the commander of 4th Indian Division. It seems to be an embryonic pass at the issues he addresses more fully in his later books, The Pattern of War (1948) and Approach To Battle (1963). The physical copy is actually with my family in the UK, but I intend to ask for photos of both the Freyberg and Martel articles listed in the contents; let me know if any of the other pieces are of interest. Hope you find this worthwhile: I attach also another essay by him that I have posted elsewhere. It covers 4th Indian Division's time at Mareth and is generally a good read. As a side-note, can anybody explain why Tuker was nicknamed 'Gertie'? Edit: preview is showing these images a little to small--click the top right corner for full-size.