US ARMY SOLDIERS AND THEIR CHEVRONS
An Illustrated Catalog and History from the Revolutionary War to Present
Autore: William K. Emerson
PRZZO ORIGINALE EURO 72,00 OFFERTA MILISTORIA EURO 40,00
Stupendamente illustrato con 634 fotografie a colori e 286 foto d'epoca in bianco e nero questo titolo della Bender Publishing dedicato ai gradi militari dell'esercito statunitense dalle origini ad oggi. Vera e propria "bibbia" sull'argomento che non potrà mancare nella biblioteca di appassionati, collezionisti, studiosi, re-enactors, ecc.
An Illustrated Catalog and History from the Revolutionary War to Present. This significant work includes many new illustrations and photographs showing soldiers wearing chevrons throughout the history of the US Army. This 446 page book includes 634 color illustrations, plus 286 interesting historic black and white photos. Details are extensively footnoted.
★Illustrated summary tables catalog and show each authorized chevron as well as widely worn unofficial chevron designs. All include titles and dates of wear. For each rank chevron Colonel Emerson explains how changes in army technology and organizations resulted in new NCO positions and the soldiers’ associated duties. One entire chapter covers miscellaneous chevrons such as coast artillery rates, Army Mine Planter sleeve insignia, World War I telephone operator ranks, the Army Transport Service chevrons, and many others. Data and illustrations are logically arranged by time and when appropriate, by category. Paintings, drawing, and photos and research details have been gathered from National Archives, government repositories, museums, and private collections. Some are published here for the first time.
★Collectors, military historians, museum personnel, reenactors, and those just interested in the U. S. Army will enjoy this important book. It will quickly become a standard reference work for libraries and museums.
★If you’re interest is U.S. Army uniforms and insignia, this is the reference for you!
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