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  1. The British Army 1939-45 (1): North-West Europe (Men-at-Arms)
    The British Army 1939-45 (1): North-West Europe (Men-at-Arms)
    The British Army 1939-45 (1): North-West Europe (Men-at-Arms)
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  2. The British Army 1939-45 (1): North-West Europe (Men-at-Arms)

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The Second World War was Britain's last as a world power. For a year it saw Britain standing alone against the fascist dictatorships; winning it cost the sacrifice of the entire national wealth. This first book of three describes the uniforms developed for European service. It traces the appearance of the 'Tommy' from pre-war mobilization, through the years of defeat and endurance, to D-Day and the long fighting advance to Northern Germany. The book also includes a campaign summary, infantry organization tables, lists of arms and services and basic specifications of a number of heavy weapons.

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Specifications

Country
USA
Author
Martin Brayley
Binding
Paperback
Brand
Men-at-Arms - World War II - Allies
EAN
9781841760520
ISBN
1841760528
IsEligibleForTradeIn
1
Label
Osprey Publishing
Manufacturer
Osprey Publishing
MPN
OSPMAA354
NumberOfItems
1
NumberOfPages
48
PartNumber
OSPMAA354
PublicationDate
2001-05-25
Publisher
Osprey Publishing
ReleaseDate
2001-05-25
Studio
Osprey Publishing
Most Helpful Customer Reviews

An Excellent quality book. Very interesting and informative. A good reference guide. Recommended to anybody interested in World War II.
This work is a splendid example of the new emphasis of the publisher on producing comprehensive works in a handy cheap format compared with the earlier broad brush treatments which covered too much in too little detail.
The new emphasis is on sets covering various national armed forces in as much detail as is available, consistent with the current purpose of the works in the series, which have evolved from an original emphasis on serving the military miniature maker market into works intended to enlighten the general reader in enough detail to satisfy the merely curious and to point the way to further reading.
Most of us, including myself, have little need for, or the patience to read, voluminous studies, often in foreign languages, covering many eras and nations. My main interest is in the US forces, their allies and their enemies in the twentieth century.
That said, these works should be purchased as presented, in sets within the series. Since they are produced as a... Read more
I see Carter Rila has spammed his generic comments into this review as well. (Refers to review of volume 1)

The colour plates in this book seem a bit washed out, but that may be the nature of all these figures in khaki. That is the only real criticism of this volume.

What the book presents is a nice overview of the history of the British Army in Northwest Europe, both in 1939-40 and the French campaign, in the UK, and in Overlord and beyond on the continent. Additionally, a history of battle dress uniforms is sketched out and a brief survey of infantry equipment is given. Just enough for the average modeller to follow the directions on his 1:35 scale kit or 1/6 action figure, but beyond that obviously the reader will need to look elsewhere - such as Chappell's volume on British infantry equipment, or David Gordon's excellent books, or even Bouchery (though he does not specialize in equipment). Of course, the TOMMY and JUNGLE GREEN books would be a good bet for... Read more
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