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Military History - Dress, Decorations, Personal Weapons & Documents - General & Collectibles
Dress, Decorations, Personal Weapons & Documents - General & Collectibles
Various general volumes on the above plus documents, awards & miscellania

Listed by Author & Title - 10 Titles per page
MILITARY DRAWINGS AND PAINTINGS IN THE ROYAL COLLECTION: VOLUME I PLATES
by A.E. Haswell Miller and N P Dawnay

An invaluable reference work. The Royal Collection contains some 3000 military drawings and paintings and this volume provides a general introduction on the origins of the collection. Colour plates are tipped in and there is an index of artists. (Volume 2 is the text volume containing detailed notes on the items.)

1969, Phaidon Press, , 0714813826,< L-04>,Large Format. 223pp. 478 illustrations - 28 in colour - , good in plastic covered slightly creased d/w, ,
Subject...Dress, Decorations, Documents & Personal Weapons - General & Collectibles
Web No. 3776-02..............................£18.00 

SOLDAT: VOLUME 6
by C A Lee

A Collector's Handbook. Equipping the Waffen SS. The uniforms, accoutrements, weapons, decorations and insignia of the Waffen SS Panzer Divisions.

1997, Independent Books, , 1757100185,< L-04>,152pp, 14 col & 118 b/w photos, New, , CARD
Subject...Dress, Decorations, Documents & Personal Weapons - General & Collectibles
Web No. 24584-01..............................£16.00 

THE GERMAN SNIPER BADGE 1944-1945
by Rolf Michaelis

Hitler created the Sniper Badge on August 20, 1944, to impel soldiers to train and be used as snipers. Thus the strategic importance of single combat was stressed in highly stylized propaganda. Since the soldiers themselves were in sight of the enemy troops, unlike the members of other service arms, they experienced the death of their enemies directly. In this concise history, this badge, as well as the actions of German snipers, is examined and includes colour images of badges, weapons, awards, soldbuchs, and war era photos.

2012, Schiffer Publications, , 9780764340321,< L-04>,60pp, 60 + colour & b/w illustrations, New in illustrated boards, ,
Subject...Dress, Decorations, Documents & Personal Weapons - General & Collectibles
Web No. 34534-01..............................£19.50 

THE GERMAN TANK DESTRUCTION BADGE IN WORLD WAR II
by Rolf Michaelis

The close-range engagement of tanks became extremely important, mainly because of the Soviet T-34 and KV-I tanks were for a long time, superior to all German tanks and anti-tank guns. Frequently employed in small groups of three to five tanks to support the infantry, these Russian tanks could often be put out of action with close-range weapons. This book provides a concise account of Tank Destruction Badge, and the close-range combating of tanks. In addition to a description of the special badge and the most commonly used weapons, it includes operational accounts by recipients of the badge.

2012, Schiffer Publications, , 9780764340529,< L-04>,64pp, 90 + colour & bw illustrations, New in illustrated boards, ,
Subject...Dress, Decorations, Documents & Personal Weapons - General & Collectibles
Web No. 34535-01..............................£19.50 


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NARRATIVE OF THE CAMPAIGN OF THE ARMY OF THE INDUS,IN SIND & KAUBOOL IN 1883-9. TWO VOLUMES

by Richard Hartley Kennedy


Web No.
27579-01

470.00

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