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The Australian Army at War By Australian Army Staff
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An Official Record of Australian Army Service in Two Hemispheres, 1939-1944. This is a completely new edition (not a facsimile) of a booklet first published in Australia in 1944. This work presents a... More > brief but comprehensive summary of the Australian Army from 1939 to 1944, including coverage of their "battle record" in North Africa, Greece, Crete, Syria, Malaya, Java, Timor, Portuguese Timor, New Britain, New Guinea, Milne Bay, the Owen Stanleys, Wau, Markham and Ramu Valleys, Ethiopia, plus special forces, mainland defense, Australia's Home Guard, Army Women's Services, manpower, artillery, rations, equipment, signals, medical service. 56 photos; 2 maps; drawing; appendices.< Less
Wireless for the Warrior Compendium 6 By Louis Meulstee
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‘SIGNAL and WIRELESS STORES’, Notes On Equipment, Volume IV, was a British World War 2 publication issued by the Training Establishment, Royal Army Ordnance Corps (RAOC), ‘F’... More > Branch, located at Donnington in the U.K. Originally intended as a training guide for RAOC personnel, ‘Notes on Equipment, Volume IV’ gave an interesting and fairly complete view of standard Army Signal and Wireless equipment issued in the early war period. Apart from the (obvious) care and handling of Signal Stores, the publication included essential basic theory of electricity, magnetism and all forms of electric power employed in the Army, in addition to wireless theory including valve principles. It also covered the essentials of a complete wireless station and explained the ‘X’ and ‘Y’ classes of stores. Although not a strict stores reference book, it covered W, Y and Z stores vocabulary numbers in the complete station lists. See also www.wftw.nl< Less
Wireless for the Warrior Compendium 2 By Louis Meulstee
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The WftW Compendium series is a practical guide and reference source to vintage military signal communication equipment. It is particularly valuable to anyone with an interest, professionally or... More > otherwise, in this subject, requiring an elementary but complete quick reference and recognition handbook. Containing condensed data summaries, liberally illustrated with photos and drawings, explanatory captions and short descriptions of the main ancillaries, its pocket size format and laminated soft cover makes it an ideal reference and reliable companion for events such as auctions and radio rallies, or just for browsing at leisure. Wireless for the Warrior (WftW) Compendium 1 ‘Spark to Larkspur’ (Wireless Sets 1910-1948) and Compendium 2 ‘Spark to Larkspur’ (Special Sets, Receivers and Larkspur), the first books in this series, provide basic technical data on radio sets, radio stations and associated or related equipment used by the British Army during the period 1910 to the late 1950s. See also www.wftw.nl< Less
Wireless for the Warrior Compendium 4 By Louis Meulstee
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WftW Compendium 4, 'Radio Communication Equipment in the Army' Foreign Equipment Data Sheets, Volume 13, Signal Equipment (Part 2: Russia and Switzerland) is a facsimile reprint of a German WW2... More > publication. It provide information on (captured) enemy signal equipment with an English introduction, table of contents and translation of original German sample pages. In Compendium 3, the first Part, equipment originating from Belgium, England, France and North America is covered. See also www.wftw.nl< Less
A BOY SOLDIER FOR THE QUEEN By Clive Fletcher
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A BOY SOLDIER FOR THE QUEEN This book tells the real story of one boy’s experience of growing up in the 1950’s in the United Kingdom and overseas as a ‘service brat’ and... More > then fulfilling an ambition, joining the boy service of the British Army straight from school at the age of fifteen in 1958. He signed-up for the Junior Leaders’ Regiment, Royal Corps of Signals, at Denbury Camp near Newton Abbott Devon at a time when military discipline was still pretty tough. In the Junior Leader’s he would start his training to operate the British Army’s long-range high-speed radio and teleprinter equipment. His story also reveals the wonderful comradeship and humour that is still so unique to service life. How his early technical and leadership trading in boy service equipped him for the rigours and challenges to come in both military and civilian life.< Less
A BOY SOLDIER FOR THE QUEEN By Clive Fletcher
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A BOY SOLDIER FOR THE QUEEN This book tells the real story of one boy’s experience of growing up in the 1950’s in the United Kingdom and overseas as a ‘service brat’ and... More > then fulfilling an ambition, joining the boy service of the British Army straight from school at the age of fifteen in 1958. He signed-up for the Junior Leaders’ Regiment, Royal Corps of Signals, at Denbury Camp near Newton Abbott Devon at a time when military discipline was still pretty tough. In the Junior Leader’s he would start his training to operate the British Army’s long-range high-speed radio and teleprinter equipment. His story also reveals the wonderful comradeship and humour that is still so unique to service life. How his early technical and leadership trading in boy service equipped him for the rigours and challenges to come in both military and civilian life.< Less
Wireless for the Warrior Compendium 3 By Louis Meulstee
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WftW Compendium 3, 'Radio Communication Equipment in the Army', Foreign Equipment Data Sheets, Volume 13, Signal Equipment (Part 1: Belgium, England, France and North America) is a facsimile reprint... More > of a German WW2 publication. It provide information on (captured) enemy signal equipment with an English introduction, table of contents and translation of original German sample pages. In Compendium 4, the second Part, equipment originating from Russia and Switzerland is covered. See also www.wftw.nl< Less