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Baldwin Locomotives
100s of de-
tailed etchings and diagrams of this
illustrious firm’s locomotives, complete
with detailed descriptions of the loco-
motives, parts, and construction direct
from the company that produced them.
Founded in Philadelphia in 1831, the
Baldwin Locomotive Works was known
for their 2-8-2 Mikado locomotives,
along with many unique designs built
in small numbers.
Size:11”x8.5”•Over200 images•328pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3376-7•hard•$39.99
Train Wrecks: A Pictorial History of
Accidents on the Main Line
Robert Reed.
American railroad history is filled with accounts
of misadventure. Steam boilers blew up. Bridges
collapsed under the weight of heavy engines.
Locomotives crashed head-on because of signal
failures. Passenger cars derailed, often with
dire results.
Size:8.5”x11”•298bwphotos•184pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-0136-0•soft•$19.99
Fast Trains Worldwide
Thomas Estler. The
quest for greater speed is almost as old as the
railroad itself. In the 19th and in the first half of
the 20th centuries, notable things were being
done under the slogan “Speed is the key.” This
book outlines the history of high speed locomo-
tives, frommore than 20 countries representing
Europe, Asia, Australia, and is essential for the
train and railway aficionado.
Size:8.5”x11”•151colorphotos•144pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4447-3•hard•$29.99
OTHER
Stagecoach: Rare Views of the
Old West, 1849-1915
Sandor Dem-
linger. Vintage photographs explore
stagecoaches, the horse drawn wagons,
the towns, and the frontier people with
first-person narratives.
Size:11”x8.5”•283historicphotos•176pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2124-2•soft• $24.95
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1.Kompanie LSSAH, 58
100th Bomb Group,WWII, 26
101st Airborne, Iraq, 49; Normandy, 47
10th SS-Panzer-Division “Frundsberg,” 59
11th SS-Freiwilligen-Panzer-Grenadier-Division “Nordland,” 59
12th SS Panzer Division “Hitler Youth,” 59; “HJ,” 58
13th Air Force Night Fighters,WWII, 25
13th Fighter Command,WWII, 25
147th Aero Squadron,WWI, 21
14th (King’s) Hussars, 73
14th Fighter Group,WWII, 25
15 Squadron, RAF,WWII, 29
151st Machine Gun Battalion, 42nd Rainbow Division,WWI, 70
15th Air Division,WWII, 27
15th Fighter Group,WWII, 25
17th Aero Squadron,WWI, 21
1st Air Calvary,Vietnam, 48
1st Air Commandos,WWII, 27
1st Air Division,WWII, 27
1st Battalion LSSAH, 58
1st Combat Bomb Wing,WWII, 25
1st Fallschirmjäger Division, 61
1st Panzer Division, 61
20th Special Operations Squadron, 30
24.Waffen-Gebirgs (Karstjäger) Division, 59
25th Bomb Group,WWII, 26
27th Air Transport Group,WWII, 27
29th Infantry Division, 1917-2001, 48
29th Infantry, 48
2nd Air Division,WWII, 27
3.Kompanie 1st Panzergrenadier Regiment, 1st SS Panzer Division
LAH, 58
305th Bomb Group,WWII, 26
307th Bomb Wing, 33
308th Bomb Group,WWII, 26
32nd SS-Freiwilligen-Grenadier-Division “30.Januar,” 59
332nd Infantry Regiment,WWI, 70
345th Bomb Group,WWII, 26
348th Fighter Group,WWII, 25
350th Fighter Group,WWII, 25
354th Fighter Group,WWII, 25
355th Fighter Group,WWII, 26
356th Fighter Group,WWII, 26
361st Fighter Group,WWII, 26
363rd Fighter Group,WWII, 26
365th Fighter Squadron,WWII, 26
36th Bomb Squadron,WWII, 26
370th Fighter Group,WWII, 26
381st Bomb Group,WWII, 26
388th Tactical Fighter Wing, 31
389th Bomb Group,WWII, 26
3rd Air Division,WWII, 27
3rd Fallschirmjäger Regiment, 61
421st Night Fighter Squadron,WWII, 26
448th Bomb Group,WWII, 27
449th Fighter Squadron,WWII, 26
44th Bomb Group,WWII, 26
451st Bomb Group,WWII, 27
458th Bomb Group,WWII, 27
464th Bomb Group,WWII, 27
467th Bomb Group,WWII, 27
475th Fighter Group,WWII, 26
479th Fighter Group,WWII, 26
49th Fighter Group,WWII, 25
4th Fighter Group,WWII, 24
4th Fighter Wing, Korea, 29
4th SS Panzer-Grenadier Regiment Der Führer, 58
501st Heavy SS Tank Battalion, 52
507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, Normandy, 47
509th Composite Group, 33
513th Parachute Infantry Regiment, F Company, 47
56th Fighter Group,WWII, 25
5th Air Force,WWII, 27
5th Fighter Command,WWII, 25
622 Squadron, RAF,WWII, 29
7. Panzerkompanie 1. SS-Panzer Division “Leibstandarte,” 58
781st Tank Battalion,WWII, 48
79th Fighter Group,WWII, 25
7th Bombardment Group,WWII, 25
7th Panzer Division, 61
82nd Airborne, 47; Normandy, 47
8thAir Force,WWII,23;306th BG,367 BS,24; insignia,23;markings,23
8th Air Reconnaissance,WWII, 27
8th Fighter Group,WWII, 25
90th Bomb Group,WWII, 26
91st Bomb Group,WWII, 26
94th Aero Squadron,WWI, 21
95th Aero Squadron,WWI, 21
9th Air Force insignia, 23
9th Air Force markings, 23
A-1 Skyraider, 29
A-10 Thunderbolt II, 32
A-6 Intruder, 31
A-7 Corsair II, 32
ABU Ambassadeur, 2500C, 1500C, 18
aces, British & Commonwealth, WWII, 29; German, WWI, 37; Soviet,
WWII & Korea, 28; U.S.,WWII, 24;WWI, British & U.S.,WWI, 20
Ackerman military prints, 72
action figures, 80
Admiral Graf Spee, battleship, 46
admirals, Japanese, 73
aerial armament,WWII, 22; firefighting, 35; refueling, 32
Aero Squadrons,WWI, 20
aerodynamic cars, 91
Afghanistan, 11
Africa,WWII, 50; 51
Afrikakorps,WWII, 48; 49
air conditioning, marine, 83
Air Divisions,WWII, 1st, 27; 2nd, 27; 3rd, 27; 15th, 27
air racing, 22
air shows, 35
airborne weapons, 34
aircraft carriers, 34
aircraft construction, 21
aircraft guns, 34
aircraft markings,WWI, 20
aircraft, British, 20
airfield equipment, German,WWII, 44
airlines, Frontier, 35; Republic, 35
Airstream, 91
Alamo, uniforms, 70
Albatross, 26; D-II, 36
Alfa-Romeo, 91; Spider, 91
Allach porcelain, 68
Allgemeine-SS, 60
Allied First Airborne Task Force, 48
Allison V-1710 engine, 22
Alvarado, Robert, 90
amateur radio, 92
American airmen,WWI, 21
American Civil War, 81
American Expeditionary Force uniforms, 71
American occupation of Germany, 1918-1923, 70
anchoring, 82
Andrea Doria, 85
animals, dangerous marine, 86
Anti-partisan badges, German, 68;War Badge in Gold, 59
antiques, nautical, 87
anti-tank aircraft,WWII, 44
anti-tank guns, 55; troops, German,WWII, 55; weapons, German, 58
ANZAC, 6
Appalachia, gunmaking, 78
Arado Ar 196, 39; Ar 232 “Tatzelwurm,” 39; Ar 234, 42; Ar 234C, 42;
Ar 240, 39
archery, Chinese military training manual (1637), 78
architecture, naval, 83
Ardennes, 52
Argentine Mauser Rifles, 77
Armenian-German relations,WWII, 51
armored trains, Soviet Union, 62
armored vehicles, German,WWII, 53; Russian, 62
Army headgear, 19th century, 70
Army shoulder patches, 72
art looting, Nazi, 68
art, soldiers’, 75
art,T-wall, 11
artillery, German,WWII, 52; 55 heavy & light infantry, German, 55
ASO tugs, 83
Assault badge, German, 68
Atlantic Wall guns, 56
Auschwitz, 60
Austin-Healey, 92
Australian servicemen, 6
Austria-Hungary uniforms,WWI, 74
automobile design, 91
auxiliary sail vessel operations, 83
aviation,WWI, 20;WWII, 22
aviators, New England, 1914-18, 21
ax throwing, 76
Bachem, Ba 349 Natter, 43
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