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Warman's World War II Collectibles: Identification and Price Guide (Warman's World War II Collectibles: Identification & Price Guide)
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"This generation of Americans has a rendezvous with destiny."—Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Hailed as "The Greatest Generation," the men and women who fought in World War II carried an unimaginable burden. Their date with destiny, both horrendous and heroic, shaped the world we know today.
This newly expanded second edition of Warman's World War II Collectibles serves as a living tribute to these brave souls, as well as a guide to the remarkable and historical items that survived titanic battles. Brimming with expert collecting advice, detailed information and spectacular color images, this book is designed to provide perspective and guidance to the extraordinary world of World War II collectibles.
This one-of-a-kind package features:
1,100 full-color photos of collectibles from Allied and Axis forces
Coverage of uniforms, headgear, accouterments, medals, firearms, bayonets, knives, daggers, swords, and personal items
3,000 listings with updated current-market prices
Helpful collecting advice, price and availability ratings, and reproduction alerts
TP.082 - S.D.K.F.Z. 222 being loaded in to nose of Me.323, German
Quote: All kinds of military equipment have been carried in this six-engined aircraft, but so far there is no reliable evidence that such equipment includes Tanks.Lee Tank
The Sd.Kfz.222 A/C weighs 4.75 tons. Country of origin Germany.
Not for publication.
M.T. J 12 444
Source: The School of Tank Technology.
This old WW2 M3 "Lee" is another fine AFV found at the 4th Infantry Division's museum at Fort Hood, Texas. The fat slob is me, and the image is far more "green" than it should be.
From the humorous to the poignant, this incredible collection of wartime images reveals ordinary GIs on the frontline. From the deserts of North Africa to Normandy and from Guadalcanal to Iwo Jima, every theater 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 seen). These images together with a short introduction to each weapon tells the combat story of the US Army at war.Similar posts:
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