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The german generals from 1871 to 1914

400 pages, approx. 850 colour photographs, contemporary BW-photographs and illustrations, bound in linen with a protective cover. Format: 29.5 x 26.0 cm Authors Ulrich Herr, Jens Nguyen. Weight: 2,90 kg. 

 

 

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German Colonial troops 1889-1918

600 pages, approx. 1000 colour photographs, contemporary BW-photographs and illustrations, bound in linen with a protective cover. Format: 29.5 x 26.0 cm Authors: Dr. phil. Jürgen Kraus, Dr. phil. Thomas Müller. Weight: 3,2 kg. 

 

 

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The Hungarian Honvéd Army

672 pages, approx. 2000 colour photographs, contemporary BW-photographs and illustrations, bound in linen with a protective cover. Format: 29.5 x 26.0 cm Author: Dr. György Sagvari. Weight: 3,5 kg. 

 

 

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The German Army 1914-1918

640 pages, approx. 1200 colour photographs, contemporary BW-photographs and illustrations, bound in linen with a protective cover. Format: 29.5 x 26.0 cm Author: Dr. phil. Jürgen Kraus. Weight: 3,2 kg. 

 

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The German Infantry 1871-1914

864 pages, 2 volumes in a slipcase, approx. 2100 colour photographs, contemporary BW-photographs and illustrations, bound in linen with a protective cover. Format: 29.5 x 26.0 cm Author: Ulrich Herr, Jens Nguyen. Weight: 6 kg. 

 

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The German Cavalry 1871-1914

640 pages, approx. 1500 colour photographs, contemporary BW-photographs and illustrations, bound in linen with a protective cover. Format: 29.5 x 26.0 cm Author: Ulrich Herr, Jens Nguyen. Weight: 3,5 kg. 

 

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The Emperor’s Coat in the First World War

508 pages, approx. 1400 colour photographs, contemporary BW-photographs and illustrations, bound in linen with a protective cover. Format: 29.5 x 26.0 cm Authors: Dr. M. Christian Ortner, Stefan Rest, Thomas Llming. Weight: 2,8 kg. 

 

 

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Austro-Hungarian storm troops in the First World War

320 pages, approx. 850 colour photographs, contemporary BW-photographs and illustrations, bound in linen with a protective cover. Format: 29.5 x 26.0 cm Author: Dr. M. Christian OrtnerWeight: 2,8 kg. 

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Austro-Hungarian montain troops in the 1908-1918

320 pages, approx. 1000 colour photographs, contemporary BW-photographs and illustrations, bound in linen with a protective cover. Format: 29.5 x 26.0 cm Authors: Dr. M. Christian Ortner, Hermann Hinterstoisser, Erwin A. Schmidl, Winfried Beimrohr, Meinrad Pizzinini. Weight: 2 kg. 

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The French Army in the First World War

528 pages, approx. 1000 colour photographs, contemporary BW-photographs and illustrations, bound in linen with a protective cover. Format: 29.5 x 26.0 cm Authors: Laurent Mirouze and Stéphane Dekerle. Weight: 3 kg. 

 

 

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The French Army in the First World War vol.2

640 pages, approx. 1700 colour photographs, contemporary BW-photographs and illustrations, bound in linen with a protective cover. Format: 29.5 x 26.0 cm Authors: Laurent Mirouze and Stéphane Dekerle. Weight: 3 kg. 

 

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The German Reichwehr 1919-1932

464 pages, approx. 1000 colour photographs, contemporary BW-photographs and illustrations, bound in linen with a protective cover. Format: 29.5 x 26.0 cm Authors: Dr. phil. Jürgen Kraus y Adolf Schlicht. Weight: 3,5 kg. 

 

 

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The Emperor’s Bosniaks

352 pages, approx. 600 colour photographs, contemporary BW-photographs and illustrations, bound in linen with a protective cover. Format: 29.5 x 26.0 cm Authors: Hermann Hinterstoisser, Erwin A. Schmidl, Christoph Neumayer, Helmut Wohnout. Weight: 3 kg. 

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Feldgrau 1915-16:The War and Peace Time Uniforms of the German Army-The Official Regulations of 1915/16

240 pages. From 1907-15 the uniforms of the German Army went through dramatic changes when Prussian blue was transformed into the new ‘feldgrau’, or field gray. The next change came in 1915 with the introduction of the new field gray wartime and peacetime uniforms. This volume combines three period volumes and each is illustrated in color and refer only to the 1915 wartime and peacetime uniforms: 1. Deutchlands Armee in feldgrauer Kriegs-und-Friedens-Uniform; 2. Feldgrau in Krieg und Frieden, Berlin 1916; 3. Die Feldgrau Friedens-und Kriegs-Bekleiding der K. Bayerischen Armee, Munich 1916. Author: Charles Woolley. Hard cover

 

 


 
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   Field Grey Uniforms of the Imperial German Army, 1907-1918

272 pages. This book is the culmination of many years' work from two authors who have "lived and breathed" the subject for the past forty years: one, a military antiques dealer of international standing; the other, an extremely knowledgeable collector of German World War I uniforms and equipment. Using mostly never before published period photographs as well as a wealth of highly detailed color studio photos of tunics drawn from one of the world's greatest private collections, it is an absolute must for any collector of World War I uniforms. Indeed, for any collector of German World War I memorabilia, laying out as it does in a very clear and precise way, all the variations of tunic, their origins and usage. This reader-friendly book will help guide the novice and experienced collector alike through the often difficult and confusing information on the subject.. Authors: Michael Baldwin & Malcolm Fisher. Hard cover with slip case.

 

 


 
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  Imperial German Field Uniforms and Equipment 1907-1918: Volume I: Field equipment, optical instruments, body armor, mine and chemical warfare, communications equipment, weapons, cloth headgear.

384 pages.This three-volume set provides the reader with an insight into the wide range of uniforms, weapons and field equipment used by the Imperial German Army during the First World War. The devastating and dramatic character of the war required many innovations in military clothing and equipment. New uniforms and adequate protection was a must, and steel helmets appeared on the battlefield, replacing the outdated spiked helmets. Even medieval-looking items, like steel breastplates and trench clubs, were produced, giving the soldiers a fearful appearance. The threat of poison gas caused the immediate development of gas masks. It was also the time of the tank, observation balloons, mine warfare, the Zeppelin, airplanes, flame-throwers, deadly machine guns, and other war machinery that saw service, sometimes for the first time. Using over 1,000 color and period photographs from private collections and museums, the author succeeds in showing a broad range of artifacts, together with full and to the point descriptions. This series is aimed towards the novice or advanced German World War I collector and enthusiast, military history student, modeller, researcher and re-enactor.Author: Johan Somers. Hard cover.

 

 


 
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  Imperial German Field Uniforms and Equipment 1907-1918: Volume II: Infantry and cavalry helmets, Pickelhaube, Shako, Tschapka, steel helmets, etc. Infantry and cavalry uniforms, 1907,/10, 1908, simplified1915, Friedensrock 1915, Feldbluse 1915, Insignia. 

440 pages.This three-volume set provides the reader with an insight into the wide range of uniforms, weapons and field equipment used by the Imperial German Army during the First World War. The devastating and dramatic character of the war required many innovations in military clothing and equipment. New uniforms and adequate protection was a must, and steel helmets appeared on the battlefield, replacing the outdated spiked helmets. Even medieval-looking items, like steel breastplates and trench clubs, were produced, giving the soldiers a fearful appearance. The threat of poison gas caused the immediate development of gas masks. It was also the time of the tank, observation balloons, mine warfare, the Zeppelin, airplanes, flame-throwers, deadly machine guns, and other war machinery that saw service, sometimes for the first time. Using over 1,000 color and period photographs from private collections and museums, the author succeeds in showing a broad range of artifacts, together with full and to the point descriptions. This series is aimed towards the novice or advanced German World War I collector and enthusiast, military history student, modeller, researcher and re-enactor.Author: Johan Somers. Hard cover.

 

 


 
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  Imperial German Field Uniforms and Equipment 1907-1918: Volume III: Landsturm Uniforms and Equipment; Cyclist (Radfahrer) Equipment; Colonial Uniforms in China 1898-1918; Colonial Uniforms (Africa and the South Seas); Horse Equipment

450 pages.This three-volume set provides the reader with an insight into the wide range of uniforms, weapons and field equipment used by the Imperial German Army during the First World War. The devastating and dramatic character of the war required many innovations in military clothing and equipment. New uniforms and adequate protection was a must, and steel helmets appeared on the battlefield, replacing the outdated spiked helmets. Even medieval-looking items, like steel breastplates and trench clubs, were produced, giving the soldiers a fearful appearance. The threat of poison gas caused the immediate development of gas masks. It was also the time of the tank, observation balloons, mine warfare, the Zeppelin, airplanes, flame-throwers, deadly machine guns, and other war machinery that saw service, sometimes for the first time. Using over 1,000 color and period photographs from private collections and museums, the author succeeds in showing a broad range of artifacts, together with full and to the point descriptions. This series is aimed towards the novice or advanced German World War I collector and enthusiast, military history student, modeller, researcher and re-enactor.Author: Johan Somers. Hard cover.

 

 


 
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Uniforms & Equipment of the Imperial German Army 1900-1918: A Study in Period Photographs

376 pages. Uniforms and Equipment of the Imperial German Army 1900-1918: A Study in Period Photographs, contains over 500 never before published photographic images of Imperial German military subjects. This initial volume, of a continuing study, features formal studio portraits of pre-war dress and wartime uniforms of all arms. It also contains photo postal cards taken in the field of Infantry, Pionier, Telegraph-Signal, Landsturm and Mountain Troops, Vehicles, Artillery, Musicians, the Bavarian Leib Regiment, specialized uniforms and insignia, small arms close-ups, unmotorized transport, group shots and Balloon troops. Also included is a sixty page full-color uniform section reproduced from the rare 1914 plates by Major Arthur Schmidt of Infanterie Regiment Nr. 172, and shows that uniform color was still in evidence, mixed with the somber Feldgrau. Each photo caption has been carefully and completely researched affording the reader information not to be found in any other single source. An introduction to the complex army service commitments, a general uniform description and a selected bibliography make this a must volume for the serious military historian, collector, and World War I re-enactor. Author: Charles Woolley. Hard cover

 

 


 
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Uniforms & Equipment of the Imperial German Army 1900-1918: A Study in Period Photographs:  Air Service • Cavalry • Assault Troops • Signal Troops • Pickelhauben • Steel Helmets • Vehicles

320 pages. This second volume in the Uniforms and Equipment of the Imperial German Army 1900-1918: A Study in Period Photographs series, contains over 500 never before published photographic images of the Imperial German military forces. Contained in this volume are photographs of: machine gun troops and their equipment; assault troops with grenades and their specialized equipment; the M1895 blue uniform; minenwerfers and crews; steel combat helmets; decorative steins, pipes and patriotic items; telegraph and signal troops; field artillery troops and their personal equipment; kraftfahrer and vehicles; Model 1915 ersatz pickelhauben; cavalry, including Dragoons, Bavarian Chavauleger, Jäger zu Pferde, Ulans, Kürassiere, and Husaren; eisenbahn troops; flak anti-Aircraft artillery; Imperial Air Service; commissary; heavy artillery guns; horses and pets; and, finally, pickelhauben in detail. The color section features the M1915 uniform illustrations by Paul Casberg, which originally appeared in the 1916 volume by Moritz Ruhl Verlag, Die Deutsche Armee in ihren neuen Feld-und Friedens-Uniformen. Each photograph and caption has been carefully researched affording the reader much information not to be found elsewhere, plus the inclusion of a glossary and an annotated bibliography which make this volume essential for the serious military historian, collector and World War I re-enactor. Author: Charles Woolley. Hard cover

 

 


 
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Uniforms & Equipment of the Italian Armed Forces in World War I: A Study in Period Photographs

500 pictures.

432 pages. Author: Spencer Anthony Coil. Hard cover

 

 


 
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  Uniforms and Equipment of the French Armed Forces in World War I: A Study in Period Photographs

376 pages. In this new book, Spencer Coil examines various models of uniforms and equipment used by the multiethnic French armed forces in the First World War. A carefully chosen and researched selection of period photographs enables the reader to visualize a climactic era in history, as experienced by the poilus (French soldiers) serving in the trenches and on the battlefields. There are detailed chapters covering French machineguns, medical, artillery, motor corps, infantry, chasseur, armored car and tank units as well as the air service and the cavalry’s hussars, dragoons and cuirassiers. Other chapters examine the French foreign legion, Zouaves, and Tirailleurs. A full color section shows heretofore unpublished photos of headdress, uniforms, equipment, and accoutrements used by the French armed forces in the First World War. This work is a must for all serious historians, collectors, wargamers, model builders, and re-enactors. Author: Spencer Anthony Coil. Hard cover

 

 


 
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Uniforms and Equipment of the British Army in World War I: A Study in Period Photographs

320 pages.This book contains over 600 rare and never before published photographs of the British Soldier in World War I. The quality images selected were photographed in peace and wartime, in the studio and the field, and show in detail the service dress uniform, equipment and weapons in use by the British Army between 1900-1918. The chapters contain photographic postcards of: Infantry officers and other ranks, Dominion Troops, Infantry Weapons, Machine Gun and Tank Corps, Royal Artillery, Wheels and Transport, Army Service Corps, Royal Army Medical Corps, Royal Engineers, Royal Flying Corps and Battle Insignia. Also included is a full color section of Army, Corps and Divisional signs. Each photograph caption has been carefully and thoroughly researched affording the reader information not to be found in any other single source. The introduction discusses early war photography and goes into further detail on the service dress and equipment to make this a must book for the military historian, collector, researcher, modeller and general enthusiast. Author:Stephen J. Chambers. Hard cover

 

 


 
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Uniforms and Equipment of the Austro-Hungarian Army in World War I: A Study in Period Photographs

352 pages. Franz Joseph I and Karl. These emperors ruled a multiethnic empire destined to become one of the central powers in World War I. In addition to the studio portraits shown, the candid photos offer an authentic view of life in the trenches and on the battlefield. Each photo has been carefully chosen and researched to offer the reader detailed information on the k.u.k (royal and imperial) Empire’s air, motor and medical corps, as well as infantry, artillery, pioneer and railroad troops. There are chapters covering highly decorated elite units, such as the Bosnian and the Kaiserschuetzen. A full color section of heretofore unpublished photos of original head dress, uniforms, equipment and accessories used by the k.u.k armed forces provides valuable information on the materials, markings, stamps, and construction of field caps, cavalry helmets and flight gear. Also included in this section are pilot badges and cap and collar insignia. This book is an indispensable resource for all historians, collectors, re-enactors, war gamers and model builders. Author: Spencer A. Coil. Hard cover

 

 


 
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Uniforms & Equipment of the Czarist Russian Armed Forces in World War I: A Study in Period Photographs

384 pages. Spencer Coil examines the uniforms and equipment used by the multiethnic Czarist Russian Forces during the turbulent reign of Czar Nicholas II. In addition to a remarkable selection of studio photos, stunning candid photos of front-oviki, or frontline troops, offer an authentic view of trench and battlefield life. Each photo has been carefully chosen and researched to offer the reader detailed information on the medical, motor, naval and air service branches as well as artillery, machinegun, pioneer, infantry, cavalry, and guard troops. There are chapters covering Cossacks, Caucasian irregulars, POWs, St. George Cross recipients and Czar Nicholas II. A full color section of heretofore unpublished photos of original headdress, equipment and accessories used by the armed forces provides valuable information on materials, markings, stamps and construction. This work is an outstanding and indispensable resource for all historians, collectors, re-enactors, war gamers, model builders and Czarist Russia enthusiasts. Author: Spencer A. Coil. Hard cover

 

 


 
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Uniforms, Equipment and Weapons of the American Expeditionary Forces in World War I

328 pages. Uniforms, Equipment and Weapons of the American Expeditionary Forces in World War I is a detailed look at the uniforms, equipment, weapons, personal items, insignia, and specialist equipment of the American Army during the Great War. This comprehensive study uses over 100 original black and white photographs of American soldiers, many of which are previously unpublished. The book also shows over 700 full color photographs of original items as well as recreated scenes that bring many of these items to life. Finally, one book that covers all of the nuances of the American Doughboy during the Great War – from common uniforms and equipment, to the rare experimental and private purchased items. This is an indispensable work for any First World War collector, living historian, modeler, and enthusiast. Author: Brett Werner, Hard cover

 

 


 
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Uniforms & Accoutrements of the Imperial German Hussars 1880-1910 - An Illustrated Guide to the Military Fashion of the Kaiser's Cavalry: 10th through 20th, Brunswick 17th, and Saxon regiments

216 pages. Author: Paul Sanders. Hard cover.

 

 


 
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Uniforms & Accoutrements of the Imperial German Hussars 1880-1910 - An Illustrated Guide to the Military Fashion of the Kaiser's Cavalry: Guard, Death Head 1st and 2nd and line 3rd through 9th regiments

232 pages. Author: Paul Sanders. Hard cover.

 

 


 
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