Recommended reading on WW1 & WW2 militaria

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Recommended reading on WW1 WW2 militaria

Post by Jeromewaf » 19 Mar 2020 06:40

Were opening a new section for 19th Century US Militaria, we have had requests for such a section in the past and have decided now is the time to bring it into reality.Feel free to start postingRC
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Re: Recommended reading on WW1 & WW2 militaria

Post by Hans1906 » 07 Apr 2021 13:19

Found this nice german language book by Herr Jan K. Kube "Militaria" in a local antiquarian bookshop for small money a few days ago:
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Jan K. Kube
Militaria
-Ein Bilderbuch für Sammler und Freunde alter Helme und Uniformen-
Corvus Verlag, 1987
ISBN 3-87540-150-6
240 pages
Over 500 illustrations, many in color

Very nice, concentrated on Imperial German Militaria, plus lots of extra information and a complexe bibliography.


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Re: Recommended reading on WW1 & WW2 militaria

Post by Hans1906 » 31 Jul 2021 20:24

Interesting "Militaria" weblog by Herr Bastian Brücker from Dinslaken / Germany:

Militaria-Blog: https://www.phalerika.de/blog


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