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MILITARIA: UNIFORMS, HEADGEAR, WEAPONS: GERMANY IN WWII
Uniforms of the NSDAP: Uniforms
•Headgear
• Insignia of the Nazi Party Jeff Clark. Third Reich
Political Leaders uniforms and regalia, including
uniforms, insignia, headgear, flags, banners and
other items, assembled ina large format book. This
book also explains the complicated levels and rank
systemsothatthehobbyistcanavoidthemanypitfalls
when adding these items to their collection. Period
sourcematerialhasbeenresearchedandtranslated
here for the first time. Size: 9”x12” • 500 color/bw
photos•288pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-2579-3•hard•$79.95
Gau Decorations of Hitler’s Germany
Craig Gottlieb.
This first detailed study of Gau Ehrenzeichen, or District
Honor Badges, can also help historians understand
the formative years of the NSDAP from 1923-1939.
Using never-before-published photos and drawing from
private archives of original specimens of every badge
and corresponding award document, Gottlieb answers
two important questions: what is a Gau Ehrenzeichen,
and why are they relevant to understanding Hitler’s
rise to power?
Size:6”x9”•300color/bwphotos•240pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4256-1•hard•$45.00
WWII Troop Type Parachutes - Axis: Germa-
ny, Italy, Japan – An Illustrated Study
Guy
Richards. Uniquely suited for anyone interested
in the history of airborne troops, and illustrated
with unpublished photos. Collectors, modelers
and history researchers will be able to identify
all of the troop parachutes used by the Axis
powers. Technical data, drawings and packing
instructions are included.
Size:8.5”x11”•220color/bwphotos•144pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1110-7•soft•$29.95
Uniforms and Insignia of the Cossacks in
the German Wehrmacht in WWII
Schuster
& Tiede. This book examines the uniforms and
badges of an almost forgotten group of soldiers
– Don, Kuban, Terek and Siberian Cossack units
that fought with the Wehrmacht during WWII.
Among the subjects covered are: Cossacks in the
Imperial Russian Army; and the uniforms and
badgesof theCossacks in theWehrmacht inWWII.
Size:8.5”x11”•420color/bwphotos•160pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1941-8•hard•$49.95
The Military Intervention Corps of the Span-
ish Blue Division in the GermanWehrmacht
1941-45: Organization • Uniforms • Insignia
• Documents
Esteban/Redondo/Esteban. More
than 400 unpublished photographs provide an
in-depth study of the military uniforms, insignia,
documents, and organization of the Spanish and
German Military Administration of the period.
Size:8.5”x11”•400color/bwphotos•192pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3102-2•hard•$59.99
German Belt Buckles 1845-1945: Buckles of the
Enlisted Soldiers
Peter Nash. This book help collectors
identify buckles and avoid purchasing reproductions.
Date and identify manufacturer’s marks. Only genuine
buckles have been used for illustration, together with
all their blemishes – except where noted. Information
on the early RZM marks is brought to collectors and
many details of buckle construction are presented with
comparisons between genuine buckles and reproductions.
Size:6”x9”•800color/bwphotos•528pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1870-5•hard•$59.95
Rations of the German Wehrmacht in WWII
Pool & Bock. This book is the most accurate
and detailed look at the rations provided to the
German soldier in WWII. Covering all the major
food groups – Emergency and Special rations,
Scho-ka-kola, the supply system and wartime
packaging materials and construction.
Size:8.5”x11”•800color/bwphotos•288pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3520-4•hard•$79.99
Rations of the GermanWehrmacht inWWII •
Vol.2
Jim Pool. Aided by the discovery of wartime
British Government intelligence reports this volume
helps to furtherunravel themysteriesof thewartime
German food industry. Utilizing the successful
formula of volume one, this book addresses the
Special/Emergency rations of the German military,
the feeding of the German soldier during offensive
operations, as well as offering a comparison of
the German and U.S. Army ration organizations.
Size:8.5”x11”•550color/bwphotos•216pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4265-3•hard•$59.99
Personal Effects of the German Soldier in WWII
Chris Mason. German soldiers, sailors and airmen of
WWII went to war with a variety of personal effects in
their pockets and knapsacks. This book explores this
most personal, private, and often poignant aspect of
militaryhistory, throughastudyof thesmall itemsGerman
soldiers used in the barracks and in the trenches for work,
hygiene, eating, relaxation, and survival.
Size:6”x9”•320color/bwphotos•192pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2255-9•hard•$39.95
Kunststoffe: A Collector’s Guide to German
WWII Plastics and their Markings
W. Darrin
Weaver. This book is the first comprehensive and
easy to use reference since WWII covering prominent
German wartime plastics manufacturers and products.
Size:6”x9”•150color/bwphotos•176pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-2923-4•hard•$39.95
German Swords of WWII: A Photographic
Reference
ThomasM.Johnson.This threevolume
sword series has been designed to aid not only
the beginning collector, but also the seasoned
advanced collector and specialist. The series is
a study of a culture and the crafts that actually
produced the blades, as well as being a manual
in the art of collecting them. Within these books
one finds the historical background, the manu-
facturing techniques, constructional information,
the actual basic patterns, variations and rarities,
and a whole host of details.
Vol.1: Army
Size:9”x12”•400color/bwphotos•304pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2432-2•hard•$79.95
Vol.2: Luftwaffe, Kriegsmarine, SA, SS
Size:9”x12”•400color/bwphotos•304pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2433-0•hard•$79.95
Vol.3: DLV, Diplomats, Customs, Police
and Fire, Justice, Mining, Railway, Misc.
Size:9”x12”•400color/bwphotos•336pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2434-9•hard•$79.95
German Daggers of WWII: A Photographic
Reference
Thomas M. Johnson. This four volume
set by Thomas M. Johnson, a leading collector
and authoritative researcher, has been compiled
to serve as a useful and authoritative reference
on the daggers of Nazi Germany, and have been
designed to aid not only the beginning collector,
but also the seasoned advanced collector and
specialist. These volumes are the result of many
years of arduous research conducted on both
sides of the Atlantic, and are a scholarly study
that is more than a perfunctory annotation and
illustration of the known basic patterns. Also, the
series is a study of a culture and the crafts that
actually produced the blades, as well as being
a manual in the art of collecting them. Within
these books one will see coverage of the historical
background; the manufacturing techniques;
constructional; actual basic patterns; variations
and rarities; the art of collecting, and a whole
host of other salient facts of absorbing interest.
Vol.1: Army • Luftwaffe • Kriegsmarine
Size:9”x12”•240color/bwphotos•224pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2203-6•hard•$79.95
Vol.2: SA • Feldherrnhalle • SS • NSKK •
NPEA • RAD • Hitlerjugend
Size:9”x12”•470color/bwphotos•384pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2204-4•hard•$79.95
Vol.3: DLV/NSFK • Diplomats • Red Cross
• Police and Fire • RLB • TENO • Customs
• Reichsbahn • Postal • Hunting and For-
estry • Etc.
Size:9”x12”•490color/bwphotos•320pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2205-2•hard•$79.95
Vol.4: Recently Surfaced Rare and Unusual
Dress Daggers • Hermann Göring • Be-
jeweled Dress Daggers • Reproductions •
Solingen Update
Size:9”x12”•100color/bwphotos•112pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2206-0•hard•$39.95
German Daggers of WWII: A Photographic
Reference – Boxed Set
(see photo above)
Thomas M. Johnson. Also available exclusively
from Schiffer Publishing as a four volume limited
edition boxed set. Set contains all four volumes
as above in a deluxe slipcase.
Size:9”x12”•over1,300colorandb/wphotographs
ISBN:978-0-7643-4718-4 •hard•$250.00
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