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Textbook of Small Arms 1929

Dural, NSW: Landers Publishing, 1929. New book, 442 pages. This is a faithful reprint of the British War Office publication 'Textbook of Small Arms 1929' which has become quite a scarce and desirable reference for late nineteenth century and and early twentieth century small arms and ammunition. This work is unique, because it describes more than just the British Empire service small arms - rifles, bayonets, swords, hand grenades, machine guns, sub-machine guns, pistols, ammunition, ballistics and factory production. The official 1929 Textbook relates their contemporary European and American equivalents in detail as well, along with comparative tables and charts. The chapters on ammunition, manufacture and ballistics are very comprehensive, making the 1929 textbook a true asset to any collector or scholar of ams and ammunitions of the period. Packed with photos and illustrations of the subject.. Hard Cover. As New/As New. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$38.72

Textbook of Small Arms 1929

Dural, NSW: Landers Publishing, 1929. New book, 442 pages. This is a faithful reprint of the British War Office publication 'Textbook of Small Arms 1929' which has become quite a scarce and desirable reference for late nineteenth century and and early twentieth century small arms and ammunition. This work is unique, because it describes more than just the British Empire service small arms - rifles, bayonets, swords, hand grenades, machine guns, sub-machine guns, pistols, ammunition, ballistics and factory production. The official 1929 Textbook relates their contemporary European and American equivalents in detail as well, along with comparative tables and charts. The chapters on ammunition, manufacture and ballistics are very comprehensive, making the 1929 textbook a true asset to any collector or scholar of ams and ammunitions of the period. Packed with photos and illustrations of the subject.. Hard Cover. As New/As New. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$38.72

Soldaten: The German Soldier in World War 2. Volume 1. Holland

By Oliver, Dennis

ADH Publishing, 2014. New book, 33 pages. Author and illustrator Dennis Oliver is joined in this title by renowned military artist Stephen Andrew to showcase the men and armoured vehicles that held the German lines in the Netherlands through 1944 and 1945. Title number eight includes: 13 pages of brilliantly rendered and painstakingly researched colour artwork by Dennis Oliver and guest artist Stephen Andrew; Black and white period photographs sourced from the world’s major archives and private collections; Background history; Detailed orders of battle and tables of organisation; Campaign maps and diagrams.. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Oliver, Dennis; Andrew, Stephen. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$21.11

Soldaten: The German Soldier in World War 2. Volume 1. Holland

By Oliver, Dennis

ADH Publishing, 2014. New book, 33 pages. Author and illustrator Dennis Oliver is joined in this title by renowned military artist Stephen Andrew to showcase the men and armoured vehicles that held the German lines in the Netherlands through 1944 and 1945. Title number eight includes: 13 pages of brilliantly rendered and painstakingly researched colour artwork by Dennis Oliver and guest artist Stephen Andrew; Black and white period photographs sourced from the world’s major archives and private collections; Background history; Detailed orders of battle and tables of organisation; Campaign maps and diagrams.. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Oliver, Dennis; Andrew, Stephen. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$21.11

The French Army 1939-45 (1)
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The French Army 1939-45 (1)

By Sumner, Ian; Vauvillier, Francois; Chappell, Mike

Oxford, United Kingdom: Osprey Publishing, Limited, 1998. New book, 48 pages, MAA315. The French Army of 1939 was considered by contemporaries to be the strongest army in the world at that time. In fact, as the events of the next ten months soon revealed, the Army was riddled with fatal weaknesses. In this book, the first of two volumes examining the French Army of the Second World War, Ian Sumner and Francois Vauvillier examine the organisation, uniforms and equipment of the army of 1939-40 and Vichy France. It includes orders of battle and formation charts as well as many illustration and colour uniform artworks. Contents: The Army of 1939-40 and Vichy France, The Organisation of the Army in 1939-40, Uniforms and Equipment 1939-40, The Army of the Armistice 1940-42, The Plates.. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Chappell, Mike. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$16.88

World War II Battlefield Communications
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World War II Battlefield Communications

By Rottman, Gordon

Osprey Pub Co, 2010. New book, 64 pages, ELI181. Perhaps the biggest difference in the fighting between the two world wars lay in the invention of the man-portable radio that allowed for a greater degree of tactical coordination than ever before. Gordon L. Rottman provides an informative study of the use of small radios, field telephones, signal flares and ground-to-air signaling that revolutionized the battlefield. Contents: The state of the art in 1939, The basic means: messengers, manpack radios, vehicle radios, field telephones, signal pistols and flares, colored smoke, air, ground signals, Capabilities and limitations, Basic procedures, Countermeasures: interception and jamming, National specifics of equipment and procedures: US, UK, Soviet, German, Japanese and wartime developments.. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Dennis, Peter. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$17.58

MG 34 and MG 42 Machine Guns
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MG 34 and MG 42 Machine Guns

By McNab, Chris

Osprey Pub Co, 2012. New book, 80 pages, WPN21. With the MG 34, the German Wehrmacht introduced an entirely new concept in automatic firepower - the general-purpose machine gun (GPMG). In itself the MG 34 was an excellent weapon: an air-cooled, recoil-operated machine gun that could deliver killing firepower at ranges of more than 1,000m. Yet simply by changing its mount and feed mechanism, the operator could radically transform its function. On its standard bipod it was a light machine gun, ideal for infantry assaults; on a tripod it could serve as a sustained-fire medium machine gun. During World War II, the MG 34 was superseded by a new GPMG - the MG 42. More efficient to manufacture and more robust, it had a blistering 1,200rpm rate of fire. Nicknamed ‘Hitler’s buzzsaw’ by Allied troops, it was arguably the finest all-round GPMG ever produced, and alongside the MG 34 it inflicted heavy casualties. Featuring specially commissioned full-colour artwork and drawing upon numerous technical manuals and first-hand accounts, this study explores the technological development, varied roles and lasting influence of the revolutionary MG 34 and MG 42 machine guns and their postwar successors.. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Bujeiro, Ramiro. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$20.40

March to the West: The German Invasion of France & the Low Countries

By Rottman, Gordon

Concord Publications, 2007. New book, CN6517, 52 pages, 137 photos, 4 color plates. The newest addition to Concord's Warrior series is this title from Gordon Rottman. The accomplished author examines the typical German soldier as he appeared as Blitzkrieg was unleashed upon an under-prepared and overconfident Western Europe. The coverage extends from the abrupt end of the British-labeled Phony War (or Sitting War [Sitzkrieg] as the Germans called it) through to the victory parades in France after the successful conclusion of the campaign. The much-vaunted French Army had 78 divisions and 2,235 tanks, this latter figure being more than Germany itself possessed. Hitler launched his attack, codenamed Case Yellow (Fall Gelb), in the early hours of 10 May 1940. By the 17th, Brussels had fallen, and by the 19th discussions were already beginning about the possibility of withdrawing the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) from France. German troops entered Paris on 14 June, with an armistice surrendering France finally being signed on 22 June. This stunning and swift victory did not come cheaply, though, with Germany suffering 27,000 dead, 18,000 missing, and 111,000 wounded. This volume shows the triumphant German soldier as he is engaged in this campaign in the West. The black and white photos reveal interesting details about uniforms, weapons, equipment, and in some cases, even vehicles. The photos each receive informative captions that provide useful background details. Another feature is the four color plates by Stephen Andrew. These portray various types of soldiers with helpful notes about their uniforms and weapons. This is a handy volume and will be especially useful to modelers or military historians wanting to see German soldiers in action in the early-war period. The combination of photos, illustrations and photos provide a valuable introduction to this interesting but often neglected period of WWII.. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Andrew, Stephen. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$16.88

White Hell: The German Army Faces the Russian Winter

By Rottman, Gordon

Concord Publications, 2007. New book, CN6523, 52 Pages, 136 photos, 4 Color Plates. Winter! This theme forms the centerpiece around which this photographic volume is built. Despite being delayed by the need to invade the Balkans, Germany expected an early conquest of Russia when it attacked on 22 June 1941. When the expected victory did not come as easily as anticipated, the German Wehrmacht soon found itself embroiled in Russia's brutal & bitterly cold winters. A quarter of a million German soldiers suffered frostbite in that first Russian winter simply because they were ill-equipped and poorly supplied with the requisite cold-weather gear. Soldiers who survived this first bitter winter actually received a specific medal for it (called the Medaille Winterschlacht im Osten 1941/42, and which the soldiers often called "Frozen Meat Order")! This book is thus full of snow and mud! Beginning with an introductory text explaining the impact of cold weather on the performance of the German armed forces, the book quickly moves on to an excellent selection of black and white photographs. They show troops in all sorts of wintry landscapes, the majority of which unsurprisingly show snow! Soldiers in trenches, emplaced artillery positions, vehicles negotiating unforgiving terrain, horses and reindeer, and soldiers on skis, all receive due attention. The photos also reveal a wide range of cold-weather solutions in terms of uniforms worn by German soldiers. Their small-arms weaponry and personal equipment are also on vivid display. In the center of the book are four full-page color plates produced by the talented artist Stephen Andrew. Accompanying descriptions offer pertinent details about specific uniform items. The harsh Russian winter played a pivotal part in the failure of Germany's invasion of the vast nation of Russia. This book illustrates some of those atrocious conditions encountered by the average soldier, and the photo contents are a veritable historical treasure chest. Military enthusiasts and model-makers alike will find plenty to inspire in this new volume from Concord.. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Andrew, Stephen. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$16.88

Waffen-SS (1) Forging an Army (1934-1943)

By Michulec, Robert

Concord Publications, 1997. New book, CN6501, 52 pages, 136 photos, 2 colour profiles. This book covers the uniforms of the Waffen-SS troops from their foundation in 1934 to 1943.. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Volstad, Ron. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$16.88

The German Army: Blitzkrieg 1939-41

By Rottman, Gordon

Concord Publications, 1995. New book, CN6001, 48 pages, 20 color & 2 b/w artist plates. As the seemingly unstoppable German juggernaut tore through the heart of Europe, battled on the sands of Africa, and flooded across the steppes of Russia, much of the world girdled itself to resist the Blitzkrieg-the Lightening War. There was no secret to the initial German successes. The newly developed combined arms force-panzer, artillery, infantry, Luftwaffe-coupled with well planned operations from an effective command and control system, lead to the success of the German Army during the early years of WWII. Many factors contributed to the success and character of the German Army. Among them are well trained highly motivated soldiers with the capability to execute orders from senior officers. Also important is the positive attitude toward the military profession. Gordon Rottman brings us 20 scenarios during the Blitzkrieg years, 1939 to 1941 with a background of history and description of uniform and equipment in each scenario. Among the battles covered are Warsaw, Narvik, Somme, Crete, Sidi Rezegh, Sollum, Smolensk and Leningrad. Ron Volstad is without doubt the best artist in illustrating soldiers of the 20th century. His works of art adorn the box covers of Dragon model kits over the past 15 years and his ever improving painting skills and expertise in the uniforms and equipment bring us 20 authentic and action filled plates of the German soldiers in the blitzkrieg era. This book is a definite 'MUST HAVE' for WWII enthusiasts. Of particular interest are two plates illustrating individual and unit equipment of the German soldiers during the years 1939-1941.. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Volstad, Ron. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$24.63

Battle in the East: The German Army in Russia
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Battle in the East: The German Army in Russia

By Rottman, Gordon

Concord Publications, 2007. New book, CN6519, 52 Pages, 138 photos, 4 Color Plates. There have been many books written about German forces fighting on the Eastern Front. This is hardly surprising considering the enormity of the campaign and the seemingly inexhaustible amount of data and photographs available. Concord is pleased to release one more title, authored by Gordon Rottman, focusing on this crucial campaign in the East. This volume is all about the infantry at the core of Germany's military exploits in the enormous expanse of Russia. The opening text delves into the complexities of the standard German infantry division. Though usually short on motorized transport, these self-contained combined-arms units fought extremely effectively, penetrating almost to the gates of Moscow. The introduction includes a detailed table of organization listing all major and minor subunits (usefully provided in both English and German). It then proceeds with an annotated description of key divisional components, which is very helpful in understanding how a division is equipped. As is par for this series of books, the collection of black and white photos forms the centerpiece. These photos show infantrymen from the early days of the conflict through to much later periods. Members of many branches are on display, for example, artillery, assault pioneers, military police, antitank, reconnaissance and infantry. The photos reveal a host of interesting details and show weapon systems found in the infanterie division. This book also features a set of four color plates expertly illustrated by Stephen Andrew. These depict infantrymen and panzer grenadiers in a wide range of uniforms fighting in various seasons and regions. Photo and color plate captions are well detailed and thorough, providing a wealth of information. This is a very helpful book for those wishing to learn more about those soldiers at the "coal face" of Germany's extraordinarily grueling campaign in the East.. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Andrew, Stephen. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$16.88

White Hell: The German Army Faces the Russian Winter

By Rottman, Gordon

Concord Publications, 2007. New book, CN6523, 52 Pages, 136 photos, 4 Color Plates. Winter! This theme forms the centerpiece around which this photographic volume is built. Despite being delayed by the need to invade the Balkans, Germany expected an early conquest of Russia when it attacked on 22 June 1941. When the expected victory did not come as easily as anticipated, the German Wehrmacht soon found itself embroiled in Russia's brutal & bitterly cold winters. A quarter of a million German soldiers suffered frostbite in that first Russian winter simply because they were ill-equipped and poorly supplied with the requisite cold-weather gear. Soldiers who survived this first bitter winter actually received a specific medal for it (called the Medaille Winterschlacht im Osten 1941/42, and which the soldiers often called "Frozen Meat Order")! This book is thus full of snow and mud! Beginning with an introductory text explaining the impact of cold weather on the performance of the German armed forces, the book quickly moves on to an excellent selection of black and white photographs. They show troops in all sorts of wintry landscapes, the majority of which unsurprisingly show snow! Soldiers in trenches, emplaced artillery positions, vehicles negotiating unforgiving terrain, horses and reindeer, and soldiers on skis, all receive due attention. The photos also reveal a wide range of cold-weather solutions in terms of uniforms worn by German soldiers. Their small-arms weaponry and personal equipment are also on vivid display. In the center of the book are four full-page color plates produced by the talented artist Stephen Andrew. Accompanying descriptions offer pertinent details about specific uniform items. The harsh Russian winter played a pivotal part in the failure of Germany's invasion of the vast nation of Russia. This book illustrates some of those atrocious conditions encountered by the average soldier, and the photo contents are a veritable historical treasure chest. Military enthusiasts and model-makers alike will find plenty to inspire in this new volume from Concord.. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Andrew, Stephen. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$16.88

Waffen-SS (1) Forging an Army (1934-1943)

By Michulec, Robert

Concord Publications, 1997. New book, CN6501, 52 pages, 136 photos, 2 colour profiles. This book covers the uniforms of the Waffen-SS troops from their foundation in 1934 to 1943.. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Volstad, Ron. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$16.88

Battle in the East: The German Army in Russia
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Battle in the East: The German Army in Russia

By Rottman, Gordon

Concord Publications, 2007. New book, CN6519, 52 Pages, 138 photos, 4 Color Plates. There have been many books written about German forces fighting on the Eastern Front. This is hardly surprising considering the enormity of the campaign and the seemingly inexhaustible amount of data and photographs available. Concord is pleased to release one more title, authored by Gordon Rottman, focusing on this crucial campaign in the East. This volume is all about the infantry at the core of Germany's military exploits in the enormous expanse of Russia. The opening text delves into the complexities of the standard German infantry division. Though usually short on motorized transport, these self-contained combined-arms units fought extremely effectively, penetrating almost to the gates of Moscow. The introduction includes a detailed table of organization listing all major and minor subunits (usefully provided in both English and German). It then proceeds with an annotated description of key divisional components, which is very helpful in understanding how a division is equipped. As is par for this series of books, the collection of black and white photos forms the centerpiece. These photos show infantrymen from the early days of the conflict through to much later periods. Members of many branches are on display, for example, artillery, assault pioneers, military police, antitank, reconnaissance and infantry. The photos reveal a host of interesting details and show weapon systems found in the infanterie division. This book also features a set of four color plates expertly illustrated by Stephen Andrew. These depict infantrymen and panzer grenadiers in a wide range of uniforms fighting in various seasons and regions. Photo and color plate captions are well detailed and thorough, providing a wealth of information. This is a very helpful book for those wishing to learn more about those soldiers at the "coal face" of Germany's extraordinarily grueling campaign in the East.. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Andrew, Stephen. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$16.88

The Thompson Submachine Gun: From Prohibition Chicago to World War II
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The Thompson Submachine Gun: From Prohibition Chicago to World War II

By Pegler, Martin

Osprey Pub Co, 2010. New book, 80 pages, WPN01. Osprey's new Weapon series provides a highly-detailed yet affordable overview of the development, use, and impact of small arms throughout history - from the sword to the machine gun. Learn the true story of one of history's most well travelled weapons. Developed late in World War I to be a fearsome trench-warfare weapon, the Thompson submachine gun's fame and success came in unexpected quarters. An iconic and innovative design, the M1921 Thompson was soon adopted by Prohibition-era gangs and used ruthlessly on the streets of New York and Chicago. But its military career was relaunched with the outbreak of World War II, used by armies, commandos and resistance groups worldwide. Using expert knowledge and first-hand accounts, this chronicle of one of the world's greatest submachine guns analyzes the Thompson's development, its legacy, and the experiences of the men who used it in combat. Features rare photographs and original artwork by Peter Dennis.. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Dennis, Peter. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$20.40

US Combat Engineer 1941-45
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US Combat Engineer 1941-45

By Rottman, Gordon

Osprey Pub Co, 2010. New book, 64 pages, WAR147. At its peak in World War II, the United States Army contained over 700 engineer battalions, along with numerous independent brigades and regiments. The specialized soldiers of the Engineers were tasked with a wide variety of crucially important tasks including river bridging, camouflage, airfield construction, and water and petroleum supply. However, despite their important support roles, the engineers were often employed on the front lines fighting beside the general infantry in the desperate battles of the European theatre. This book covers the role of these soldiers, from their recruitment and training, through their various support missions and combat experiences, forming an account of what it was truly like to be a combat engineer in World War II. Contents: Introduction, Chronology, Recruitment, Enlistment, Training, Appearance, Equipment, Conditions of Service, On Campaign, Belief and Belonging, Experience of Battle, After the Battle, Collecting, Museums, Re-enactment, Bibliography, Glossary, Index.. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Hook, Adam. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$17.58

Waffen-SS at War (1) the Early Years 1939-1942

By Michulec, Robert

Concord Publications, 2007. New book, CN6514, 52 Pages, 138 photos, 4 Color Plates. One of the most memorable and feared symbols of the German war machine of WWII was the Waffen-SS. The name actually means "Armed" (Waffen) Protection Squads" (Schutz Staffeln), and their "SS" initials were portrayed as runic lightning bolts. The "SS" name reflected the force's origins as a political unit to protect senior party officials, but of course it was to develop into a powerful combat entity. A total of thirty-eight Waffen-SS divisions were raised during the course of the Second World War, although many of the late-war divisions were of poor quality or were poorly equipped. The book covers the development of the Waffen-SS from its establishment on 6 December 1939, through to the end of 1942. A second companion volume will trace the Waffen-SS from 1943 through to the close of WWII. The book includes a brief description of how this notorious military organization expanded under the tutelage of Reichsfuhrer der SS Heinrich Himmler. There is a list of the eleven SS divisions formed up till 1942, and a useful table that compares German and U.S. Army ranks and formation names. As suggested by the title of this volume, the majority of the black and white photos portray Waffen-SS soldiers at war. This means there are plenty of good shots showing uniforms, equipment and weapons in the field of combat - all excellent material for figure modelers or military historians. Although not the focus of the book, there are incidental pictures of weapon systems and vehicles in use with SS forces. There are also four high-quality color plates expertly produced by Stephen Andrew. These give readers a glimpse of how uniforms and equipment was worn, and their typical coloring. The author has added very pertinent and helpful captions to the many photos contained in this book. For those wishing to take a close look at Waffen-SS personnel in action, whether in summer or winter, then this fine new volume will serve readers well. While the emphasis remains on troops serving on the Eastern Front, readers will not fail to find inspiration and enlightenment on various aspects of this important Germany military force of WWII!. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Andrew, Stephen. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$16.88

March to the West: The German Invasion of France & the Low Countries

By Rottman, Gordon

Concord Publications, 2007. New book, CN6517, 52 pages, 137 photos, 4 color plates. The newest addition to Concord's Warrior series is this title from Gordon Rottman. The accomplished author examines the typical German soldier as he appeared as Blitzkrieg was unleashed upon an under-prepared and overconfident Western Europe. The coverage extends from the abrupt end of the British-labeled Phony War (or Sitting War [Sitzkrieg] as the Germans called it) through to the victory parades in France after the successful conclusion of the campaign. The much-vaunted French Army had 78 divisions and 2,235 tanks, this latter figure being more than Germany itself possessed. Hitler launched his attack, codenamed Case Yellow (Fall Gelb), in the early hours of 10 May 1940. By the 17th, Brussels had fallen, and by the 19th discussions were already beginning about the possibility of withdrawing the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) from France. German troops entered Paris on 14 June, with an armistice surrendering France finally being signed on 22 June. This stunning and swift victory did not come cheaply, though, with Germany suffering 27,000 dead, 18,000 missing, and 111,000 wounded. This volume shows the triumphant German soldier as he is engaged in this campaign in the West. The black and white photos reveal interesting details about uniforms, weapons, equipment, and in some cases, even vehicles. The photos each receive informative captions that provide useful background details. Another feature is the four color plates by Stephen Andrew. These portray various types of soldiers with helpful notes about their uniforms and weapons. This is a handy volume and will be especially useful to modelers or military historians wanting to see German soldiers in action in the early-war period. The combination of photos, illustrations and photos provide a valuable introduction to this interesting but often neglected period of WWII.. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Andrew, Stephen. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$16.88

Battle in the East: The German Army in Russia
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Battle in the East: The German Army in Russia

By Rottman, Gordon

Concord Publications, 2007. New book, CN6519, 52 Pages, 138 photos, 4 Color Plates. There have been many books written about German forces fighting on the Eastern Front. This is hardly surprising considering the enormity of the campaign and the seemingly inexhaustible amount of data and photographs available. Concord is pleased to release one more title, authored by Gordon Rottman, focusing on this crucial campaign in the East. This volume is all about the infantry at the core of Germany's military exploits in the enormous expanse of Russia. The opening text delves into the complexities of the standard German infantry division. Though usually short on motorized transport, these self-contained combined-arms units fought extremely effectively, penetrating almost to the gates of Moscow. The introduction includes a detailed table of organization listing all major and minor subunits (usefully provided in both English and German). It then proceeds with an annotated description of key divisional components, which is very helpful in understanding how a division is equipped. As is par for this series of books, the collection of black and white photos forms the centerpiece. These photos show infantrymen from the early days of the conflict through to much later periods. Members of many branches are on display, for example, artillery, assault pioneers, military police, antitank, reconnaissance and infantry. The photos reveal a host of interesting details and show weapon systems found in the infanterie division. This book also features a set of four color plates expertly illustrated by Stephen Andrew. These depict infantrymen and panzer grenadiers in a wide range of uniforms fighting in various seasons and regions. Photo and color plate captions are well detailed and thorough, providing a wealth of information. This is a very helpful book for those wishing to learn more about those soldiers at the "coal face" of Germany's extraordinarily grueling campaign in the East.. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Andrew, Stephen. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$16.88

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