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- 251 x 210 x 6 mm
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- 385 g
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The First (Us) Infantry Division
Allied Units of World War Two
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The Liberation of Allied Units
Through various hundreds of "cliches d'epoque", the journey of this American division that landed in Provence in August 1944 after a long campaign in Italy, leads us just to the heart of Germany, where this military unit is the first to ...
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...for those of you who like to model dioramas or prefer to upgrade your general gaming figures, this will provide some inspiration! * Wargames, Soldiers, and Strategy * Well written, excellent photos, recommended. * Scale Military Modelling International Magazine * Superb biopic of the history and Second World War engagements of the First Infantry Division of the US. Encapsulates the entire involvement of the US in the second world war... * Books Monthly * This is a concise but very informative history of this famous US Army division and the maps and photos will interest historians and modellers alike. * Military Model Scene * This is a very pleasant way to get a lot of information about a large unit without having to read a novel sized book with a few black and whites buried in the middle. Highly recommended to those interested in the Big Red One and the big crucial stages of the Second World War. * Editor - Model Boat World * This book is a great insight into the men of the 1st Division through their photographs and annotations, as well as the division as a whole from inception to the present day. If you're interested in unit history then this book is a must have, and would be great in a collection. * Britmodeller.com *
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Stephane Lavit, born in 1974, has been a military history enthusiast and specialist of the Second World War since his young age. An adept reenactor and militaria collector, he is the founder of the Overlord.74 group Philippe Charbonnier, born in 1962, is a journalist and editor of the French `Militaria Magazine,' and specializes in the United States forces of World War Two.