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U.S. UNIFORMS, HEADGEAR, INSIGNIA: WWI TO PRESENT • 19TH AND 20TH CENTURY BRITISH
United States Navy Patches Series
Michael L. Roberts
Vol.1: Aircraft Carriers, Carrier Air
Wings, Support Establishments
Size:8.5”x11”•1000patchesincolor•160pp.
• ISBN:0-88740-753-6•hard•$29.95
Vol.2: Aircraft, Attack Squadrons,
Helicopter Squadrons
Size:8.5”x11”•1000patchesincolor•144pp.
• ISBN:0-88740-801-X•hard•$29.95
Vol.3: Fighter, Fighter-Attack, Recon.
Squadrons
Size:8.5”x11”•1000patchesincolor•168pp.
• ISBN:0-88740-802-8•hard•$29.95
Vol.4: Amphibious Forces, SEAL Teams,
Fleets, Flotillas, Groups
Size:8.5”x11”•1000patchesincolor•168pp.
• ISBN:0-7643-0068-7•hard•$29.95
Vol.5: Ships: Battleships, Cruisers,
Destroyers, LSTs, Etc.
Size:8.5”x11”•1660patchesincolor•208pp.
• ISBN:0-7643-0144-6•hard•$39.95
Vol.6: Submarines
Size:8.5”x11”•650patchesincolor•176pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0186-1•hard•$35.00
United States Army Shoulder Patches and Related Insignia FromWWI
to Korea
Keller & Keller. These books, each with a gallery of 600-800 color
and sepia toned illustrations of original insignia and period photos, document
these highly collectible patches.
Vol.1: 1st Division to 40th Division
Size:8.5”x11”•800colorphotos•240pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1394-0•hard•$49.95
Vol.2: 41st Division to 106th Division
Size:8.5”x11”•780colorphotos•224pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1502-1•hard•$49.95
Vol.3: Army Groups, Armies and Corps
Size:8.5”x11”•600colorphotos•160pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1921-3•hard•$49.95
Nighthawks: Insider’s Guide to the Her-
aldry and Insignia of the Lockheed F-117A
Stealth Fighter
Patrick Allen Blazek. Details the
heraldry of the Stealth Fighter. Includes actual
photos of many rare F-117A patches produced
only for those intimately involved in the F-117A
Program. The development of these patches and
their symbology are also provided.
Size:8.5”x11”•160colorphotos•80pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0681-2•soft•$24.95
Uniforms and Equipment of U.S Army Infan-
try, LRRPs, and Rangers in Vietnam 1965-71
Paul Miraldi. A comprehensive guide to the history,
development, wear, and use of uniforms and
equipment during America’s involvement in the
Vietnam War. Using re-constructed photos the
author recreates the look and appearance of the
American Soldier in Vietnam.
Size:9”x12”•600color/bwphotos•208pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0958-7•hard•$69.99
Uniforms & Equipment of U.S. Military
Advisors in Vietnam 1957-72
Paul Miraldi.
The series continues covering the development,
wear, and use of uniforms and equipment during
American military advisors’ involvement in Vietnam.
Included are insignia, headgear, camouflage
uniforms, modified items, clothing accessories,
paper items and more. ARVN Ranger, Airborne,
and ARVN infantry advisors all have chapters,
along with Junk Force, RAG Force, and South
Vietnamese Naval and Marine Corps advisors.
Size:9”x12”•450color/bwphotos•256pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1183-2•hard•$59.95
Tiger Patterns: A Guide to the Vietnam
War’s Tigerstripe Combat Fatigue Patterns
and Uniforms
Richard Denis Johnson. Vietnam
era tigerstripe combat fatigues have always
been a much sought after commodity. Tiger
Patterns analyzes to the most minute degree, the
finite variances which defined the many original,
Vietnam era tigerstripe patterns and uniform
cuts and establishes dependable identification
techniques and practices.
Size:8.5”x11”•280color/bwphotos•264pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0756-8•hard•$69.95
USMC Unit Insignia in Vietnam 1961-75:
A Photographic Reference
E. Richard Wilson,
III. This book is a detailed study of the USMC
unit insignia in the Republic of Vietnam from
the Marine Advisors in the early 1960s to the
Marine Security Forces evacuation of the Embassy
in 1975. A complete order of battle of all USMC
Air and Ground Forces that served “in country”
during the Vietnam War is included, in addition
to United States’ Allied and foreign forces serving
under the III Marine Amphibious Force.
Size:8.5”x11”•350colorphotos•176pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1919-1•soft•$29.95
The Viet Nam Zippo: Lighters 1933-75
Jim
Fiorella. This book provides not only hundreds of
photos of authentic and counterfeit Zippos and the
factory’s own artwork, but also a comprehensive
dictionary translating important Vietnamese
military terms so that old Zippo lighters can be
interpreted today. Related advertising pieces,
postage stamps, newspaper clippings, Vietnamese
patches, and more will fascinate all readers.
Size:8.5”x11”•900colorphotos•192pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0594-8•hard•$39.95
Wee Warriors and Playtime Patriots: Chil-
dren’s Military Regalia – Civil War Era
through the Vietnam Period
Nancy Griffith.
A fascinating history of children’s military-inspired
fashions – handmade and commercially made
replica uniforms, equipage, and toys dating from
1860-1976. An extensive collection of photos
features children in military dress from countries
around the world.
Size:8.5”x11”•500color/bwphotos•224pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1181-6•hard•$49.95
U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Campaign &
Commemorative Medals
Edward J. Emering.
An in depth, overview of not only the history
and development of each campaign medal, but
also the historical significance of the events
surrounding the establishment of each medal.
The book also covers several of the more im-
portant commemorative medals often struck
on a limited basis to account for the lack of
appropriate official federal awards.
Size:8.5”x11”•180color/bwphotos•88pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0386-4•soft•$19.95
19TH AND 20TH CENTURY BRITISH
The Ackermann Military Prints: Uniforms
of the British and Indian Armies 1840-55.
Carman & Kenny. For many years the magnificent
color prints published by the firm of Rudolf Ack-
ermann during the 19th century have been in the
possession of lucky collectors.With the passing
these frail works of art have become damaged,
orhaveperished.Now theyaregathered together
and preserved in this full color volume.
Size:9”x12”•160color images•176pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1671-0•hard•$59.95
Queen Victoria’s Army in Color: The Brit-
ish Military Paintings of Orlando Norie.
Harrington & Tomasek. Norie was one of the
foremost illustrators of the British army in the
19th century. The Norie images in this book are
published as a group for the first time, along
with Michel Tomasek’s masterful account of
Norie’s life, including comments on the artist’s
British pictures by Peter Harrington.
Size:9”x12”•180color images•176pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1776-8•hard•$59.95
British Army Uniforms in Color: As Illus-
trated by John McNeill, Ernest Ibbetson,
Edgar A. Holloway, and Harry Payne •
c.1908-19.
Peter Harrington. Gale and Polden’s
postcards of British uniforms are now widely
collected but little is known about the artists
and few of their original paintings have survived.
Over130of these rareworksare reproducedhere
for the first time in full color with background
information as to how the pictures were created.
Size:9”x12”•130color images•144pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1302-9•hard•$49.95
Crimean Memories: Artefacts of
the CrimeanWar
Hutchison/Vice/Small.
A comprehensive photographic essay
of surviving artefacts of the Crimean
War, gathered from national museums,
regimental museums, and private col-
lections throughout Great Britain. Each
is presented as a highly detailed color
photograph, shot from various angles
with the researcher in mind.
Size:11.75”x9”•420colorphotos•272pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3228-9•hard•$89.99
Head Dress of the British Heavy Cavalry:
Dragoon Guards, Household, and Yeomanry
Cavalry 1842-1934
David Rowe. Covers the
headdress worn by the British Heavy Cavalry of
the period 1842 to the present day. It is lavishly
illustrated with both colour and bw photos of
helmets, most of which have never previously
been published.
Size:9”x12”•135color/bwphotos•256pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0957-9•hard•$75.00
Head Dress of the British Lancers 1816 -
to the Present
Rowe & Carman. Each pattern
of lance cap is fully described, including the
materials used, with each component of the
headdress specified for the officers, and other
ranks, together with the method of assembly.
Size:9”x12”•260color/bwphotos•272pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1446-7•hard•$75.00
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