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US SMALL ARMS IN WORLD WAR II: A CLASSIC PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY OF A NATION AT WAR
Author: Laemlein, T.

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Osprey 2011 Hardback 203mm x 253mm 240 pages 250 b/w ills.

US SMALL ARMS IN WORLD WAR II: A CLASSIC PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY OF A NATION AT WAR

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From the humorous to the poignant this incredible collection of wartime images reveals the ordinary GIs on the frontline. From the deserts of North Africa to Normandy and from Guadalcanal to Iwo Jima every theatre of war is covered and each image details the small arms that the average GI carried with him to wage war and win an historic victory. All the key small arms from the commonplace ‘Grease Gun’ to the rare Johnson rifle and including pistols rifles carbines combat shotguns automatic rifles and machine guns are included. Tom Laemlein has created a unique photo study that draws together a rare collection of classic images many never before published.

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Author Laemlein, T.
Publisher Osprey
ISBN 9781849084949
Date of Publication 2011
Edition N/A
Binding Hardback
Book Size 203mm x 253mm
Number of pages 240
Images 250 b/w ills
Language English Text
SKU MBN15005

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