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MILITARIA: UNIFORMS, HEADGEAR, WEAPONS: IMPERIAL GERMANY, WWI GERMANY • GERMANY IN WWII
Uniforms of the German Colonial
Troops 1884-1918
Charles Woolley.
The Schutztruppen, the Expedition Korps,
and III. See-Bataillon of the Imperial
GermanMarineswere the forcesassigned
to protect Germany’s far-flung Colonial
possessions in Africa and China.
Size: 11”x8.5” • 280 color/bw photos •
192pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3357-6•hard•$69.99
In the Service of the Kaiser: Uniforms &
Equipment of the WWI German Soldier as
Painted by Soldier-Artist Friedrich Ludwig
Scharf.
Charles Woolley. Friedrich Ludwig Scharf
painted the troops as they looked during daily
duties. Scharf also had a career Jäger enlisted
man, rising to the rank of Offizierstellvertrater in
1918. He spent most of his wartime service on
the Eastern front, where he observed and fought
with the Cavalry regiments, as well as the Reserve
and Landsturm troops assigned to that front.
Size:9”x12”•120color/bwphotos•120pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1981-7•hard•$49.95
German Assault Troops of WWI: Organi-
zation • Tactics • Weapons • Equipment •
Orders of Battle • Uniforms.
Thomas Wictor.
The organization, tactics, weapons, equipment, or-
ders of battle, and uniforms of official & unofficial
units, from early raiding parties to formal assault
battalions. Rare photos of badges and insignia
not previously known, with complete primary
documents describing regulations and training.
Specific operations on all fronts are included, with
extracts from army manuals. Size:8.5”x11”•300
bwphotos•344pp.• ISBN:978-0-7643-4036-9
•hard•$69.99•
Schiffer LTD
German Flamethrower Pioneers of WWI
Thomas Wictor. The definitive reference on the
topic. Lavishly illustrated, its main sources are the
history of the flamethrower regiment, written by
its former commander; a manual of assault-troop
and flamethrower tactics, by a former flame-
thrower officer; and the death book published by
veterans of the flamethrower regiment. Prewar,
wartime, and postwar developments are covered,
along with detailed descriptions of weapons,
tactics, and epic flame battles.
Size:8.5”x11”•300bwphotos•288pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-2772-8•hard•$69.95
Uniforms & Equipment of the Austro-Hun-
garian Army in WWI
S.A. Coil. 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.
Size:9”x12”•550color/bwphotos•352pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1869-1•hard•$69.95
German Uniforms, Insignia & Equipment
1918-1923: Freikorps • Reichswehr • Vehi-
cles • Weapons
Charles Woolley. This volume
covers the uniforms and insignia of Germany’s
military in transition from the trenches of the
Western front, to the 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 cam-
paign in the Ruhr.
Size:9”x12”•300color/bwphotos•184pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1663-X•hard•$59.95
Helmets of the First World War: Ger-
many, Britain & their Allies
Haselgrove &
Radovic. Superb color photos, including multiple
full-views and detail shots, depict over 150
helmets of Germany, Britain, France, United
States, Austria, Turkey, and others from WWI.
Previously unpublished WWI photos show the
helmets as they were worn.
Size:9”x12”•500color/bwphotos•240pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1020-8•hard•$75.00
The History of the Steel Helmet in the
First World War
Haselgrove & Radovic.
This illustrated two-volume set is a further
detailed look at the helmets of all nations
using an identifiable helmet during the First
World War, and contains over 1000 full
colour, detailed photos and over 200 period
bw photos. Featured are rare and unique
helmets, some previously unseen. The text
includes a short history of the belligerent
countries – setting the helmets and their
development in context – as well as details
and dimensions of all helmets.
Vol.1
: Austro-Hungary, Belgium, Bulgaria,
Czechoslovakia, France, Germany
Size:9”x12”•550color/bwphotos•352pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2528-0•hard•$79.95
Vol.2
: Great Britain, Greece, Holland, Italy,
Japan, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia,
Turkey, United States
Size:9”x12”•550color/bwphotos•384pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2529-9•hard•$79.95
GERMANY IN WWII
German Visor Caps of the Second World
War.
Guilhem Touratier and Laurent Charbon-
neau. This full color illustrated book covers the
highly collectible WWII era German visor cap.
Officer and enlisted caps of the Heer, Luftwaffe,
Kriegsmarine and Waffen-SS are shown in over
360 high-quality photographs, and described
in detailed text.
Size:9”x12”•366colorphotos•80pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4458-9•hard•$29.99
German Helmets of the Second World War
Branislav Radovic. This two-volume set is a fully
illustrated, detailed look at the famous German
“stahlhelm” of WWII. Full color photos – including
multiple-view, interiors, and up-close detail –
show Army, Luftwaffe, Kriegsmarine, Waffen-SS,
Paratroop, and many others.
Vol.1
: M1916/18 • M1932 • M1935 • M1940
• M1942 • M1942/45
Size:9”x12”•420colorphotos•328pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1447-5•hard•$79.95
Vol.2
: Paratroop • Covers • Liners • Makers
• Insignia
Size:9”x12”•480color/bwphotos•304pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1448-3•hard•$79.95
German Camouflaged Helmets of the
Second World War
Branislav Radovic. This
two-volume set is packed with nearly 1000
full-color photos of more than 180 helmets and
covers, all shown at full page size and in detail.
These helmets are some of the most wonderful
and exotic camouflage helmets to be seen in
private and public collections.
Vol.1
: Painted and Textured Camouflage
Size:9”x12”•400color/bwphotos•240pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2105-6•hard•$79.95
Vol.2
: Wire, Netting, Covers, Straps, Interiors
Size:9”x12”•550color/bwphotos•328pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2106-4•hard•$79.95
SS Helmets: The History, Use and Deco-
ration of the Helmets of the Black Corps
Beaver & Hicks. This book presents the combat
and parade helmets worn by the SS from its
earliest days to the end of wartime production.
The examples shown are genuine artifacts of
the Third Reich, and most are shown here for
the first time. Some of the finest collections
and sources globally have been solicited in the
construction of this book.
Size:9”x12”•300color/bwphotos•200pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2476-4•hard•$69.95
German Headgear inWWII: A Photographic
Study of German Hats and Helmets
Moran
& Maguire. This two volume set illustrates, in
full color, over 240 visor hats and helmets of
the German: Army, Luftwaffe, Kriegsmarine,
SS, NSDAP, Police, Civilian, and miscellaneous
formations. Each peaked hat is shown from four
angles, including interior, and insignia detail.
Vol.1: Army/Luftwaffe/Kriegsmarine
Size:9”x12”•600colorphotos•312pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0176-4•hard•$75.00
Vol.2: SS/NSDAP/Police/Civilian/Misc.
Size:9”x12”•250colorphotos•152pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0245-0•hard•$75.00
The Collector’s Guide to Cloth Third Reich
Military Headgear.
Gary Wilkins. Cap construc-
tion basics and materials, descriptions of each
model, and comparisons with altered originals,
modified post-war caps, and reproductions For
the advanced collector, the book offers historical
background about the German cap-making
industry, with the first-ever comprehensive listing
of German cap makers, maker mark illustrations,
and individual histories, including information on
famous cap maker Robert Lubstein/EREL.
Size:8.5”x11”•350color/bwphotos•416pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1428-9•hard•$79.95
The Collector’s Guide to Cloth Headgear of
the Allgemeine andWaffen-SS
Beaver & Shea.
Thisnewbookprovidesanorganized,chronological
guide to the evolution and development of the
myriad types of soft headgear worn by the SS. The
overwhelming majority of these photos including
many rare original candid period snapshots have
never been seen before in any previous publication.
Size:9”x12”•600color/bwphotos•304pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3230-2•hard•$100.00
German Uniforms of the 20th Century Vol.1:
The Panzer Troops 1917 - to the Present
Jorg
M. Hormann. All aspects of German panzer troop
uniforms in over 200 photos, many in color.
Size:6”x9”•200color/bwphotos•128pp.
ISBN:0-88740-214-3•hard•$24.95
German Uniforms of the 20th Century Vol.2: The
Infantry 1919 - to the Present
Jorg M. Hormann.
Detailed history of all aspects of German infantry
uniforms in over 200 photos, many in color.
Size:6”x9”•200color/bwphotos•128pp.
ISBN:0-88740-215-1•hard•$24.95
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