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MILITARIA: UNIFORMS, HEADGEAR, WEAPONS: IMPERIAL GERMANY, WWI GERMANY
Imperial German Military Officers’ Helmets
and Headdress 1871-1918
Thomas N.G.
Stubbs. This work is a detailed reference on the
officer’s headdress of the Imperial German army
from 1871-1918. Described and shown in full
color are helmets from the following subjects:
generals, infantry, cavalry, artillery, technical
troops, communication troops, train, semi-military
forces, medical and veterinary services, intendance
and supply, the beamte, marine infantry and the
colonial forces.
Size:8.5”x11”•400color/bwphotos•544pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1875-6•hard•$79.95
Head Dress of Imperial Germany 1880-
1916
Paul Sanders. This book is a compilation of
helmets collected over the past thirty years, and is
intended as an illustrated reference source on the
elaborate head dress of the Imperial German Army
from 1880-1916. Displaying many rare helmets
in full color, large format photos, the book covers
most branches within the army and is organized
in alphabetical order beginning with the artillery
units, moving through the various cavalry (hussars,
dragoons, currasiers, uhlans) and infantry units.
Size:9”x12”•190colorphotos•200pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1387-8•hard•$75.00
Spiked Helmets of Imperial Germany
Trawnik
& Cowan. This monumental set includes over 400
color photos, illustrations and period images from
the finest collections in the United States and Europe.
For the first time, collectors will see a comprehensive
full color photographic lexicon picturing helmets from
every unit of the Imperial German Army of 1914.
Many of the photos exhibit helmets of such rarity that
they have never been seen outside a select group of
advanced collectors
Vol.1: Infantry Regiments • Pioneer Battalions
• General Officers
Size:6”x9”•200color/bwphotos•256pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2168-4•hard•$59.95
Vol.2: Cavalry • Artillery • Train
Size:6”x9”•200color/bwphotos•256pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2167-6•hard•$59.95
Schirmmützen: Imperial German Cavalry Field
Service Caps
Robert Schiller. This book is the first
complete reference on schirmmützen, and shows and
describes the headgear for all branches of the Imperial
German cavalry. The pre-war models as well as the
M-7 and M-15 war model caps are all illustrated in
color photos and original period images. Also provides
German nomenclature for the caps and valuable tips
on how to collect and identify the various regiments.
Size:6”x9”•170color/bwphotos•192pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3528-0•hard•$59.99
Regimental Steins of the Kaiser’s Cavalry
Paul Sanders. The steins presented in this book are
organized by cavalry service branch, beginning with
the heavy cavalries of Prussia and Saxony, followed
by the Hussar and Uhlan regiments, and finishing
with representative steins of the Jäger Zu Pferde and
Dragoon regiments. Each stein is well illustrated in
large color photos.
Size:6”x9”•450color/bwphotos•248pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3683-6•hard•$69.99
Uniforms & Equipment of the Imperial
German Army 1900-18: A Study in Period
Photos - Infantry • Artillery • Jäger •
Landsturm • Mountain • Insignia • Weap-
ons.
Charles Woolley. Formal studio portraits
of pre-war dress and wartime uniforms of all
arms, as well as photo postal cards taken in the
field of various 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.
Size:9”x12”•550color/bwphotos•376pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0935-8•hard•$69.95
Uniforms &Accoutrements of the Imperial
German Hussars 1880-1910: An Illustrat-
ed Guide to the Military Fashion of the
Kaiser’s Cavalry
Paul Sanders
Vol.1
: Covers the Guard, Death Head 1st and
2ndand line3rd through9th regiments.Chapters
provide in-depth research on the headgear,
tunics, trousers and musician uniforms, and
includes a rare set of watercolors illustrating
the regimental parade horse bridles.
Size:9”x12”•300color/bwphotos•232pp.ISBN:
0-7643-2060-2•hard•$79.95
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Vol.2
: Covers the 10th through 20th regiments
and includes the colorful 10th, Brunswick 17th,
and Saxon regiments. Chapters on the uniform
accessories (bandoliers and boxes), swords,
steins, and rank and regimental insignia are
also included.
Size:9”x12”•300color/bwphotos•216pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2061-0•hard•$79.95
Uniforms & Equipment of the Imperial
German Army 1900-18: A Study in Period
Photos - Air Service • Cavalry • Assault
Troops • Signal Troops • Pickelhauben •
Steel Helmets • Vehicles
Charles Woolley.
The second volume in the series contains over
500 never before published photos of the Im-
perial German military forces. Each photograph
and caption has been carefully researched,
affording the reader much information not to
be found elsewhere.
Size:9”x12”•590color/bwphotos•320pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1104-2•hard•$69.95
Imperial German Field Uniforms and Equipment 1907-18
Johan
Somers. 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 WWI.
Vol.1
: Field Equipment, Optical Instruments,
Body Armor, Mine and Chemical Warfare,
Communications Equipment, Weapons, Cloth
Headgear.
Size:9”x12”•500color/bwphotos•384pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2261-3•hard•$69.95
Vol.2
: InfantryandCavalryHelmets:Pickelhaube,
Shako,Tschapka,SteelHelmets,etc.; Infantryand
Cavalry Uniforms: M1907/10, M1908, Simplified
1915, Friedensrock 1915, Feldbluse 1915; Insignia,
Imperial Marine.
Size:9”x12”•500color/bwphotos•440pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2262-1•hard•$69.95
Vol.3
: Landsturm Uniforms and Equipment;
Cyclist (Radfahrer) Equipment; Colonial Uniforms
in China 1898-1918; Colonial Uniforms (Africa
and the Southseas); Colonial Police Uniforms
(Africa and the Southseas); Horse Equipment;
and many other rare and unusual topics.
Size:9”x12”•600color/bwphotos•464pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-2778-0•hard•$79.95
Field Grey Uniforms of the Imperial
German Army 1907-1918.
Michael
Baldwin & Malcolm Fisher. Never
before published period photographs
and a wealth of highly detailed photos
of tunics, laying out, in a very clear
precise way, all the variations of tunic,
their origins and usage.This is a must
for any collector of WWI memorabil-
ia.Areader-friendlybook, itguidesthe
collector through the often confusing
information on the subject. In deluxe
slipcase.
Size: 11.5”x16” • 400 color/bw
photos•272pp.ISBN:978-0-7643-4033-8
•hard•$125.00 •
Schiffer LTD
Feldgrau 1915-16: The War and
Peace Time Uniforms of the Ger-
man Army. The Official Regula-
tions of 1915-16
Edited by Charles
Woolley. This volume combines three
color period volumes: 1. Deutchlands
Armee in feldgrauer Kriegs-und-Frie-
dens-Uniform; 2. Feldgrau in Krieg und
Frieden, Berlin 1916; 3. Die Feldgrau
Friedens-und Kriegs-Bekleiding der K.
Bayerischen Armee, Munich 1916.
Size: 11.5”x9” • 200 color photos • 240pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-3958-5 • hard • $69.99
GermanAmateurPhotographers in
the First World War: A View from
the Trenches on theWestern Front
Sebastian Remus. While fighting in the
trenches German soldiers had their
cameraswith themand tookshotsof the
reality of war. These photographs show
the trench war at the Western Front as
the infantry man or the company officer
captured it with his camera.
Size:12”x9”•380bwphotos•256pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3093-3•hard•$59.99
The Imperial German Armies in Field Grey Seen Through Period
Photographs • 1907-1918
Johan Somers. These books present in detail
the field-grey uniforms, helmets, weapons, and equipment used before and
during WWI. Each branch of service is illustrated with over 3000 b/w, and color
photos. Among the many topics covered are: uniforms, headgear, weapons, gas
warfare, telephone and communications equipment, infantry, jäger, schützen,
radfahrer, mountain troops, machine gunners, etc.
Vol.1
Size:9”x12”•1000color/bwphotos•280pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4254-7•hard•$79.99
Vol.2
Size:9”x12”•1000color/bwphotos•336pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4584-5•hard•$79.99
Vol.3
Size:9”x12”•1000color/bwphotos•360pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-4585-2 • hard • $79.99
Schiffer LTD
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