De Gaulle is not only a famous French general, a politician, but also a well-known military theorist. He has written many books on military theoretical research in his life.
After the end of the First World War, the brave De Gaulle was trained and promoted. He lectured, studied and served in military academies, military academies and troops. During this period, he devoted himself to studying military theory and wrote a series of military theoretical works in the 1930s, including the book “The Army of the Future.” The book discusses the necessity of using a large number of tanks and mechanized units to cooperate with the Air Force and the Army in future wars. It is striving to establish a mechanized unit composed of professional soldiers and equipped with advanced weapons and equipment such as tanks and aircraft.