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WWII & WWII Weapons By Kollynn Baryo
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This is a book made for Kelly Elementary about weapons from both World Wars.
WWII & WWII Weapons By Kollynn Baryo
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This is a book made for Kelly Elementary about weapons from both World Wars.
History Military Weapons T29 Heavy Tank By Cicero Rodrigues
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The T29 tank was a milestone at the end of World War II. Learn more about the T29. richly illustrated.
History Military Weapons T29 Heavy Tank By Cicero Rodrigues
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The T29 tank was a milestone at the end of World War II. Learn more about the T29. richly illustrated.
Plane Busters, the 390th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion in WWII By Editor Walt Cross
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An unusual unit history. Although the 125th AAA Gun Battalion did engage enemy planes, its primary mission was destroying... More > the German V-1 (Vergeltunswaffen 1) "Vengeance 1"... More > Buzz-Bombs. The unit participated in the protection of London, Cherbourge, Brussels, and in Operation Antwerp-X against the Nazi terror weapon. Illustrated, to include field drawings by the battalion's artist. The history of Operation "Antwerp X" is also included. This is a unique military unit history book of WWII. 150 pages, full color plate of the 125th's unit insignia on the back cover.< Less
Buzz-Bomb Busters the 125th AAA Gun Battalion in WWII and Operation Antwerp-X By Walt Cross
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An unusual unit history. Although the 125th AAA Gun Battalion did engage enemy planes, its primary mission was destroying the German V-1 (Vergeltunswaffen 1) "Vengeance 1" Buzz-Bombs. The... More > unit participated in the defense of London, Cherbourge, Brussels, and in Operation Antwerp-X against the Nazi terror weapon. Illustrated, to include field drawings by the battalion's artist. The history of Operation "Antwerp X" is also included. This is a unique military unit history book of WWII. 150 pages.< Less
Buzz-Bomb Busters the 125th AAA Gun Battalion in WWII and Operation Antwerp-X By Walt Cross
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An unusual unit history. Although the 125th AAA Gun Battalion did engage enemy planes, its primary mission was destroying the German V-1 (Vergeltunswaffen 1) "Vengeance 1" Buzz-Bombs. The... More > unit participated in the protection of London, Cherbourge, Brussels, and in Operation Antwerp-X against the Nazi terror weapon. Illustrated, to include field drawings by the battalion's artist. The history of Operation "Antwerp X" is also included. This is a unique military unit history book of WWII. 150 pages.< Less
WWII Japanese Balloons and Attached Devices: Technical Air Intelligence Center Report #41, May 1945 By U.S. Naval Intelligence
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Beginning in 1944, trade winds carried weaponized Japanese balloons to the North America. This technical report, issued to Allied forces, shows ballon types, their equipment and locates all... More > discovered landings across East Asia, the U.S, Canada and Mexico. It calculates lift power, loads, and inferred performance. Commonly remembered as incendiary, a wider variety of payloads were indicated: personnel, explosives, germs, radiosondes, and anti aircraft gear. Memos describe recovered balloons and the poor results from extensive radar detection testing. The report closes with modeling flights, times, loads, and distances. This is a high quality facsimile of the typescript 115-page report, including 28 photos and 3 drawings. It offers a fascinating look at unmanned aerial vehciles of WWII.< Less
Soviet Rifles and Carbines: Identification and Operation By U.S. Army
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Published as a guide for Ordnance personnel in identification and operation of Soviet military rifles and carbines. Includes data on Soviet bolt action, semi-automatic, and automatic rifles and... More > carbines. Basic information on disassembly and assembly of each weapon included. Much of the information was the result of actual examination and operation of the weapons described. All of the weapons are illustrated with photographs and some drawings, in addition to close-ups of details and associated items such as bayonets, telescopes, ammunition and magazines. Originally published in May 1954 by the Office of the Chief of Ordnance, U.S. Army, Washington, DC. 57 pages, 92 photos and illustrations, 5 tables.< Less
A Modest Pilot By Penny Timbs
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Timmie was an English pilot in World War II who joined the Navy and then the Fleet Air Arm and was on active service flying 46 different aircraft in the Atlantic and Pacific. Both funny and serious... More > times are taken from his Log Book and personal photos. He was devastated when he eventually became too deaf to fly after the war. He retired from the Royal Navy as a Lieutenant Commander in 1958 and went on to work in the guided weapons industry in both England and Australia, eventually settling in Australia with his family.< Less