German Uniforms, Insignia &; Equipment 1918-1923 (inbunden)
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300+ colour & b/w photos & illus
312 x 235 x 23 mm
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German Uniforms, Insignia &; Equipment 1918-1923 (inbunden)

German Uniforms, Insignia &; Equipment 1918-1923

Freikorps, Reichswehr, Vehicles, Weapons

Inbunden Engelska, 2002-05-01
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This highly illustrated volume covers the uniforms and insignia of Germany's military in transition from the trenches of the Western front, to street fighting in Berlin, Munich, and other cities, the bitter contests with the Poles and Communists in the Baltic, the Kapp.Luttwitz Putsch, and finally the campaign in the Ruhr. The Quasi-uniformed look of the Communist revolutionaries, as well as images of the tanks and armored cars operated by the Kokampf of the Provisional Reishswehr, are also examined in detail. The photographs and many color illustrations pained and drawn during this violent time, make this a unique volume for uniform and equipment researchers, historians, and modelers. A companion volume will cover the period 1924-1935 and will include uniforms of the: Reichswehr, Stahlhelm, SA, SS, Erhardt Brigade and other para-military units.
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The author served four years in the United States Air Force during the Korean War and has been an active military collector and historian since a boy. He was a past editor of the Cross and Cockade Journal of World War I Aero Historians, is the Curator of the Vermont Veterans and Militia Museum, and serves on the Committee of Management of the Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection, Brown University. He is a member of the Company of Military Historians, the League of World War I Aviation Historiansm and many other arms and militaria collecting groups. In his retirement, he continues active collecting and, with the assistance of his wife Nancy, writes books on military matters. On the non-military side, he restores and drives antique cars and enjoys classic boats on the coast of Maine.