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Uniforms & Traditions of the German Army 1933-1945 (Anglais) Relié – 31 décembre 1998
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I recommend it
le 14 février 2015 - Publié sur Amazon.com
It is the book which I serve as a reference very much, and is good
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Simply the best books on the subject!
le 26 novembre 2001 - Publié sur Amazon.com
As usual, Mr. angolia's works represent the most authoritative approach to this subject. As a collector of militaria, especially German WWII army, who owns over 150 reference books on German militaria alone, I always find myself reaching for one of Angolia's books first whenever I need info. The information is inteligently presented with many B&W photos, some line drawings, and a few color pics illustrating the items described. The only real fault is the lack of a index, which is made up for by excellent tables of contents in all three volumes. All aspects of german army uniforms, field gear, weapons, and the history and developement of said items is tackled in these volumes. There are many other fine books on the subject that offer many fine color plates of the items described in these books (many make fine companions to Mr Angolia's works, including several published by Schiffer military books) but none offer the well-educated scholarship of this author. These three volumes are a must-have for any serious military collector whether thay are beginners or veterans, as are any of Mr. Angolia's books or any other published by R. James Bender. Mr. Bender's books, with few exceptions, represent the most well-researched unbiased presentation of this material for the colector or historian interested in these subjects.
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An indispensable reference on the subject.
le 6 septembre 1999 - Publié sur Amazon.com
I have been a collector of WWII German Army uniforms and insignia for many years. The authors' series on this very complex subject is, quite simply, the Bible. The various subjects are covered extensively in text, to include even the institution dates of regulations. In addition, the work is illustrated extensively with both period and contemporary photographs of the various uniforms and insignia, not line drawings as some other reference books use. In particular, the charts and tables detailing the various shoulder board insignia are indispensable for any serious collector. There is simply no finer author or reference available on this subject.
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Excellent source for collectors and historians.
le 17 juin 1997 - Publié sur Amazon.com
I have been an avid reader of Mr. Angolia's work for many years and am always impressed by the detailed research that goes into his projects. The Uniforms and Traditions of the German Army 1933-1945 series is an excellent example of this. Through primary documentation and photographs of the uniform items being described, Mr. Angolia has created a valuable resource for historians and collectors of militaria alike. No aspect of the Nazi era army is left out--even military issued condoms are included! I highly recommend these books, or any of Mr. Angolia's works, to anyone interested in the history and uniforms of the Third Reich
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