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Men-at-Arms - Assorted
Men-at-Arms - Assorted

Each book provides a detailed account of the military uniforms, insignia, background and organization of a single army, regiment, group or period. Military uniforms are shown in full-color artwork. Books in the Osprey Men-at-Arms series describe in detail the armies, regiments and units that fought in all of history’s most significant military engagements. Ancient and medieval military uniforms and equipment, Napoleonic military uniforms and equipment, American Civil War military uniforms and equipment, and the military uniforms and equipment of World War 1 and World War 2 are all covered. Featuring full-color illustrations of men of all ranks equipped for all conditions of warfare, together with black and white photographs of contemporary artifacts, illustrations and events, books in the Osprey Men-at-Arms series are a valuable reference tool for model makers, war gamers, re-enactors and military history enthusiasts.



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United States Marine Corps
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United States Marine Corps
US Army 1890-1920, The (MAA82)
Type: Softcover
Stock #: OSPMAA082 MAA82
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US Army 1890-1920, The (MAA82)
US Infantry Equipments 1775-1910
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Stock #: OSPMAA214 MAA214
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Last Stocked on 4/26/2013
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US Infantry Equipments 1775-1910
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