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Japanese Military Sake Cups 1894-1945
Dan King. This book provides the reader with
accurate information to aid in translating, de-
termining the origin, value, and history of the
Japanese military Sake cups. Sake cups were
commissioned by naval troops, pilots, tank
crews, supply crews, infantrymen, cavalrymen,
telegraph and railroad engineers with an innu-
merable variation of colors and designs. Over
250 pieces are shown with values.
Japanese Generals 1926-1945
Fuller. A unique and extensive record of 1,771
Imperial Japanese Army Generals involved in
the Manchuria, China and the Pacific Wars
during 1926-45. Contains details of commands,
locations, campaigns and war crimes. Personal
details, voiced opinions and even details of their
swords are included when located.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-3754-3 • hard • $79.99 •
Schiffer LTD
Japanese Admirals 1926-1945
Fuller. Over 1400 serving Japanese Admirals
(Flag Officers) from 1926-45 reign are included
in this work. The book concentrates on the
service histories of those officers active during
the 1936-45 period of Japanese expansion and
military actions in Manchuria, China, the Far East
and the Pacific. This is an essential reference for
any historian, student or collector interested in
the IJN during this period.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-3952-3 • hard • $79.99 •
Schiffer LTD
Stamping Out the Virus: Allied Intervention in the
Russian Civil War 1918-20
Perry Moore. “Stamping
Out the Virus” was a phrase used by Col. Fuller in an
internal memo in 1919 to describe Communism – to
the Allies (French, British and U.S.) this is what the
Russian Civil War was about. Thus, began a two-year
attempt to eradicate this virus. In 1918, over 15,000
Allied troops were sent and intervened in the Russian
Civil war at Archangel on the White Sea (North Russia).
Collecting Military Headgear: A Guide to
5000 Years of Helmet History
Robert Attard.
MIlitary headgear from the Comb Morion to the
Picklehaube, from theClosedhelmet to theBicorne
hat, with particular reference to rare Napoleonic
headgear. Includes ancient helmets, 16th cen-
tury open-faced helmets, Zischagges, Burgonets,
unique 18th century headdress, French shakos
from the First Empire, helmets from the Napoleonic
wars, spiked helmets from the Crimean War,
Oriental helmets, and WWI headgear.
Military Medals, Decorations, and Orders
of the United States and Europe: A Photo-
graphic Study to the Beginning of WWII
& Peters. Decorations and orders, with intricate
details captured in spectacular color from: Alba-
nia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia,
Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain,
Greece, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Montenegro,
Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania,
Turkey, and the United States.
The French Foreign Legion in Indochina,
1946-1956: History ò Uniforms ò Headgear
ò Insignia ò Weapons ò Equipment
. Ray-
mond Guyader. This detailed, highly illustrated
study presents a unique and comprehensive
collection of uniforms, insignia and equipment
used by the French Foreign Legion in Indochina
from 1946 to 1956.
Uniforms & Equipment of the Central
Powers in WWI Vol.1: Austria-Hungary &
S.A. Coil. Austro-Hungarian Empire’s
machinegun, medical, artillery, infantry, cavalry
and communication units. Other chapters cover
are the Bulgarian machinegun, medical, artillery,
searchlight, communication and cavalry units.
Uniforms & Equipment of the Central
Powers inWWI Vol.2: Germany & Ottoman
S.A. Coil. Imperial German artillery,
cavalry, machinegun, medical, transport, and
infantry units. Other chapters explore Imperial
Germany’s Kriegsmarine, air service, and Kaiser
and generals, Pickelhauben, Stahlhelms, Iron
Cross recipients, and tropical uniforms. Additional
chapters include rare images of Ottoman Turkish
armed forces, as well as Eastern European Legions.
Uniforms and Equipment of the French
Armed Forces in WWI: A Study in Peri-
od Photos
S.A. Coil. A carefully chosen and
researched selection of period photos captures
the experience of French soldiers serving in the
chapters covering French machineguns, medical,
artillery, motor corps, infantry, chasseur, armored
car and tank units as well as the air service and
the cavalry’s hussars, dragoons, and cuirassiers,
French foreign legion, Zouaves, and Tirailleurs.
Uniforms & Equipment of the Italian Armed
Forces in WWI: A Study in Period Photos
S.A. Coil. The author carefully examines the
variations of uniforms and equipment used by
the Italian armed forces during WWI. There are
detailed chapters covering Italian machinegun,
medical, artillery, motor corps, infantry, technical,
and special units such as flamethrowers. Other
chapters feature the air service, Libyan Campaign,
P.O.Ws, and trench life as well as the legendary
Alpini, Arditi, Bersaglieri, and Carabinieri.
Flamethrower Troops of WWI: The Central
and Allied Powers
Thomas Wictor. This book
describes in unprecedented detail the history,
weapons, equipment, tactics, and uniforms of
all flamethrower troops fielded by both sides
duringWWI,and is theonlybook inany language
devoted entirely to the topic. The book draws on
primary sources such as classified flamethrower
manuals, unit diaries, military correspondence,
and personal memoirs.
Submarine Badges and Insignia of the
World: An Illustrated Reference for
Pete Prichard. A compendium of
the submarine badges of the world, from the
Imperial Russian Naval Officer’s Submarine
School Graduation Badge of 1909 to the new
South Korean Submariner’s Badge issued in
1996. Covers all countries currently operating
submarines as well as those no longer existing
as political entities.
Seeds of Victory: Psychological Warfare
and Propaganda
Richard D. Johnson. To the
layman, this particular aspect of armed conflict
has seldom been greeted with understand-
ing, or even acknowledgment. As a reference
source, this text is of historical significance, as
it documents the many deceptive Psychological
Warfare campaign methodologies and strategies
used in Iraq.
Camouflage Uniforms of the Soviet Union
and Russia 1937-to the Present
Desmond. A comprehensive guide to the history,
design and use of camouflage field uniforms
of the Soviet Union and Russia. This excellent
referencecontains factualand interestingmaterial
covering the earliest days of uniform development
to the most recent issues of the Ministry of
Internal Affairs, former KGB and Spetsnaz forces.
Lenin’s Legacy: A Concise History and
Guide to Soviet Collectibles
Martin J.
Goodman. The book shows nearly 2000 items
including pins and badges, orders and medals,
busts and statues, table medallions and wall
plaques, banners and flags, paintings and coins
and many others. Subjects covered include
political, communist party, Aeroflot, Soviet
space programs, party congresses, Lenin, Soviet
military forces and others.
Elgin Trench Watches of the Great War
Stan Czubernat. In 440 photos, advertisements,
and text, this book reveals the Elgin National
WatchCompanywristwatches thataccompanied
USArmy troops inWorldWar I.Thewristwatches
covered include: Star Dial Series, Giant Size 6s,
RED 12 Dials, BOLD Arabic Dials, and Shadow
Box Dials. Also explored are dial date stamps,
recent restorations, crystal guards, and watch
Russian Wristwatches: Pocket Watches, Stop
Watches, Onboard Clock & Chronometers
Levenberg. Over 505 Poljot, Wostok, and Slava wrist-
watches are covered, along with a sampling of pocket
watches, deck watches and marine chronometers.
JapaneseWar Art and Uniforms 1853-1930
René Chartrand. This beautifully illustrated book
reviews the extraordinary evolution of Japan’s
military institutions at a period of enormous
transformation. For the first time in art history
as well as military history, this book documents
what the prints show thanks to extremely rare
early military regulations and related documents
whose illustrations are also exquisite if totally
ISBN: 978-0-7643-3957-8 • hard • $69.99 •
Schiffer LTD
Uniforms and Equipment of the Imperial
Japanese Army in WWII
Mike Hewitt. This
detailed volume displays a superb collection
of actual vintage items, and rarely seen WWII
era photos. Among the subjects covered are:
the Imperial Japanese army uniform series;
undergarments; footwear; headwear; personal
field equipment; extreme climate uniforms;
work and specialty uniforms; soldier’s personal
items; and firearms.
Imperial Japanese Good Luck
Flags and One-Thousand Stitch
Michael A. Bortner. The first book
to focus on this subject, many of the
questions that both novice and experi-
enced collectors have had with regard to
yosegaki hinomaru and senninbari are
answered. Through an extensive use of
color photographs, the book provides
illustrations of common artifacts as well as some of the rarest.
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