The GI in Combat, Warrior 6507, Concord
- Brand: Concord
- Product Code: D13408 
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This book is a pictorial account of US Army GIs in the European Theater of Operations in Northwest Europe from D-Day to the end of the war in Germany in May 1945. The special focus of this book is on the infantry in its many forms: regular infantry, paratroopers, the armored doughs of the armored infantry battalions, and Rangers. The emphasis here is on photos of Gis in combat to provide military enthusiasts including modelers, collectors, and re-enactors with a wide variety of clear crisp photos showing the range of combat uniforms and equipment of US Army infantry during WWII.
This book consists entirely of photos taken by the US Army's Signal Corps during WWII. The author Steven Zaloga is an expert on US topics, he has collected these photos from a variety of archives. Ronald Volstad, the world renowned artist for WWII figures, brings us 4 superb color plates featuring the uniform, equipment and weapons of the GIs during the different phases of WWII. A must for collectors and modelers.
Author: Steven Zaloga
Illustration: Ronald Volstad
Publisher: Concord Publications (2002)
Description: 52 pages, Paperback, A4 size, 148 b/w photos, 4 uniform colour plates accompanied by extensive informative captions.
Availability: IN STOCK & READY TO SHIP!
Shipping weight: 290 gr.