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The Marines in World War II: From Pearl Harbor to Tokyo Bay (G.I. Series) (Repost)
Author: sawk2x
The Marines in World War II

The Marines in World War II: From Pearl Harbor to Tokyo Bay (G.I. Series)
Greenhill Books | 2000 | ISBN: 1853674265 | English | 74 Pages | PDF | 35,5 MB
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G.I. Series Volume 17: Hell on Wheels: The Men of the U.S. Armored Forces, 1918 to the Present (Repost)
Author: Oleksandr74

Christopher J. Anderson - Hell on Wheels: The Men of the U.S. Armored Forces, 1918 to the Present
Greenhill Books | 1999 | ISBN: 1853673781 | 73 pages | PDF | 18.39 MB
G.I. Series Volume 17

This superbly illustrated volume is the pictorial history of Americas armored forces from the use of prototype tanks, spluttering their way forward in 1918, to the complex technology of Operation Desert Storm. With over one hundred rare photographs, authoritatively captioned by a leading expert on the American military, this impressive book demonstrates just why these lethal troops were known as Hell on Wheels.
Hell on Wheels covers the period from the first appearance of armored troops in World War I and the experimental years between the wars, to the triumph of the tank in World War II and mixed fortune in post-war years. With illustrations of the men, their uniforms, equipment and vehicles, this is a complete illustrated account of a key element in American military history. 108 photographs, 8 pages in color. Details
G.I. Series Volume 2: Bluecoats: The U.S. Army in the West, 1848-1897 (Repost)
Author: Oleksandr74

John Langellier - Bluecoats: The U.S. Army in the West, 1848-1897
Greenhill Books | 1995 | ISBN: 1853672211 | 82 pages | PDF | 21.81 MB
G.I. Series Volume 2

A history of the United States Army during the time it served as the vanguard of western expansion and a description of its uniforms and equipment in the late nineteenth century. Each volume in this ongoing series combines detailed and informative captions with over 100 rare and unusual images. These books are a must for anyone interested in American military uniforms.
The United States Army began to make its presence felt strongly in the West after the conclusion in 1848 of the war with Mexico, when troops were posted to Texas, New Mexico, California and elsewhere in the newly acquired lands.For most or the period from the late 1840s to the end of the 1890s, frontier troops garrisoned scattered posts from the Mississippi to the Pacific and from the border with Mexico to Canada. After four years of civil war in the 1860s, attention turned once more to the West, where continued white migration led to the final clashes with the Indians at places like the Little Big Horn and Wounded Knee.The superb images and informative text in this volume vividly record the uniforms, weapons and campaigns of the 'Bluecoats' who lived and fought in the American West. Details
Patton's Third Army (G.I. Series Volume 10) (Repost)
Author: Oleksandr74

Christopher J. Anderson - Patton's Third Army
Greenhill Books | 1997 | ISBN: 1853672904 | English | 73 pages | PDF | 36.78 MB
G.I. Series Volume 10
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Uncle Sam's Little Wars (G.I. Series Volume 15) (Repost)
Author: Oleksandr74

John Langellier - Uncle Sam's Little Wars: The Spanish-American War, Philippine Insurrection, and Boxer Rebellion, 1898-1902
Greenhill Books | 1999 | ISBN: 1853673579 | English | 74 pages | PDF | 20.91 MB
G.I. Series Volume 15
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Patton's Third Army (G.I. Series Volume 10) (Repost)
Author: Oleksandr74

Christopher J. Anderson - Patton's Third Army
Greenhill Books | 1997 | ISBN: 1853672904 | English | 73 pages | PDF | 36.78 MB
G.I. Series Volume 10
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Over There!: The American Soldier in World War I (The G.I.Series №7) (repost)
Author: Димарик

Over There!: The American Soldier in World War I (The G.I.Series №7)
Greenhill Books | 1997 | ISBN: 1853672688 | English | 82 Pages | PDF | 25 MB
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Terrible Swift Sword: Union Artillery, Cavalry and Infantry, 1861-1865 (G.I. Series Volume 19)
Author: Oleksandr74

John Langellier - Terrible Swift Sword: Union Artillery, Cavalry and Infantry, 1861-1865
Greenhill Books | 2000 | ISBN: 1853674052 | 74 pages | PDF | 26.85 MB

In this pictorial history of the troops that fought for the Union, John Langellier presents a key insight into how Abraham Lincoln's soldiers actually appeared in the field. Far from being uniformly clad in blue, the Union soldier appeared in a great variety of clothing, from simple civilian-style dress to elaborate uniforms inspired by European armies. This remarkable addition to the G.I. Series covers artillery, cavalry and infantry and demonstrates the full range of their uniforms, equipment, and armament. This latest addition to the series includes a superb selection of rare images, including over a dozen color images produced in the 1860s for the U.S. Army Quartermaster Department. Also includes the complete 1861 U.S. Army uniform regulations. 110 b/w and 18 color illustrations. Details
Custer and His Commands: From West Point to Little Bighorn (G.I. Series Volume 16)
Author: Oleksandr74

Kurt Cox - Custer and His Commands: From West Point to Little Bighorn
Greenhill Books | 1999 | ISBN: 1853673587 | 74 pages | PDF | 43.51 MB
G.I. Series Volume 16

An essential visual record of Custer and the men who rode into legend with him. George Armstrong Custer was one of the most flamboyant, colorful, and controversial officers ever to have served in the United States Army. This superbly illustrated book is a complete pictorial history of the man and the units he commanded. Rare illustrations from private collections show his stylish uniforms, weapons, and artifacts. Kurt Hamilton Cox is an authority on American mounted forces. Details
Fix Bayonets: The U.S. Infantry From the American Civil War to the Surrender of Japan (G.I. Series 14)
Author: bakerman

Fix Bayonets: The U.S. Infantry From the American Civil War to the Surrender of Japan (G.I. Series 14)
Greenhill Books | 2006 | ISBN: 1853673242 | English | 76 pages | PDF | 23 MB
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