ARMY UNIFORMS SINCE 1945.

By: Smith, Digby. Illustrated by Michael Chappell.

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165 pp, small 8vo (7 1/2" high), soft cover. Profusely illustrated in color and b&w showing uniforms, arms, equipment. "...features 48 pages of colour plates which show the uniforms of the armies and irregular forces engaged in actual fighting throughout the world and also the uniforms of the forces of N.A.T.O. and Warsaw Pact countries which are constantly engaged in the 'cold war'. Considerable detail has also been given on equipment and weapons as well as 'buttons and bows' so that a broader and deeper appreciation can be gained of the forces covered. The campaign histories included are necessarily brief but should provide a factual basis so that those who wish to research further will at least have the correct date of operations involved and t he locations over which they were conducted..." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light browning to edge of front cover, corner crease to paper at top corner of front cover, small area of soiling on bottom of textblock, faint crease on spine. VG-

Title: ARMY UNIFORMS SINCE 1945.

Author Name: Smith, Digby. Illustrated by Michael Chappell.

Categories: Military - Uniforms & Arms,

Publisher: Blandford, Poole, Dorset, (1980).:

Seller ID: 12926

Keywords: Cold War, Malayan Emergency, Korean War, Vietnam, Indo-Pakistani Conflicts, Arab-Israeli, Six Day War, Kom Kippur, Cyprus, Belgian Congo, Africa, Kenya, Aden, Angola, Rhodesia, Mozambique, Biafra, Belgian Congo, Oman, 1956 Campaign, Dhofar, Jebel Ak,