World War II was a huge conflict, fought on different fronts, covering diverse terrain and involving the fighting men of dozens of nations. At the outbreak of war in 1945 military uniforms had changed little from those worn by the soldiers of World War I, but as the conflict progressed changes were made to adapt to fighting and living conditions. This book covers in detail what the soldiers who fought in the war wore, from British infantrymen in Normandy to Japanese troops in Burma, and from Finnish ski divisions to female Chinese partisans. Lavishly illustrated, with intricate insignia detail, this book offers a definitive visual study of a pivotal period of history. AN ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA OF UNIFORMS OF WORLD WAR II An expert guide to the uniforms of Britain, America, Germany, USSR and Japan, together with other Axis and Allied forces Jonathan North CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM
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About the Author and Consultant Jonathan North is a military historian and editor specializing in Napoleonic warfare, eastern European history, and the two World Wars. He has worked on numerous publications on all aspects of military history. Jeremy Black MBE, Established Chair of History at Exeter University, has over 150 published works to his name.
IllustrationOver 600 illustrations and photographs
Biblio NotesAn incredible directory of the military personnel of the period, with 600 images, including photographs and illustrations of uniforms, kit, weaponry and equipment Analyses the context of the conflict, and the ideology and politics that motivated the various national forces, as well as the experience of the soldiers who fought on the front lines
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