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  • Vietnam War US & Allied Combat Equipments by Gordon L. Rottman
    Vietnam War US & Allied Combat Equipments (English, Paperback) Gordon L. Rottman, Adam Hook

    An illustrated guide to everything that Vietnam-era American GIs and their allies carried into battle. Will appeal to historians, modelers, collectors, and reenactors of the Vietnam War.

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  • D-Day Beach Assault Troops by Gordon L. Rottman
    D-Day Beach Assault Troops (English, Paperback) Gordon L. Rottman

    An in-depth study of the organization, uniforms, insignia, weapons and equipment of the Allied soldiers who stormed the Normandy beaches on June 6, 1944.

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  • World War II US Marine Infantry Regiments by Gordon L. Rottman
    World War II US Marine Infantry Regiments (English, Paperback) Gordon L. Rottman, Peter Dennis

    The United States Marine Corps came into its own in the Pacific Islands campaign against Japan in World War II. From Guadalcanal to Okinawa, US Marines formed the tip of the spear as Allied forces sought to push the Japanese back to their Home Islands....

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  • Vietnam Gun Trucks by Gordon L. Rottman
    Vietnam Gun Trucks (English, Paperback) Gordon L. Rottman, Peter Bull

    "Vietnam Gun Trucks".

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  • US Combat Equipments, 1910-88 by Gordon L. Rottman
    US Combat Equipments, 1910-88 (English, Paperback) Gordon L. Rottman

    Whether referred to as web gear, TE-21, TA50, LBE or LCE, the American soldier's individual combat equipment was seldom praised ? except by its developers. Nevertheless, it has always been, and will continue to be an essential part of the fighting man's burden. With the aid of plenty of contemporary photographs, diagrams, and eight full page colour plates by Osprey veteran Ron Volstad, Gordon...

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  • German Combat Equipment, 1939-45 by Gordon L. Rottman
    German Combat Equipment, 1939-45 (English, Paperback) Gordon L. Rottman

    The field equipment of the German Army in World War II was closely related to that used throughout World War I and earlier, yet it was of relatively light weight, ruggedly constructed, well designed, functional, and generally of a high quality, though this deteriorated in the later war years. A high degree of design standardisation was maintained in most categories of equipment, though materials...

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  • Vietnam Infantry Tactics by Gordon L. Rottman
    Vietnam Infantry Tactics (English, Paperback) Gordon L. Rottman, Peter Dennis

    "Vietnam infantry tactics".

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  • US Army Air Force: v. 2 by Gordon L. Rottman
    US Army Air Force: v. 2 (English, Paperback) Gordon L. Rottman, Francis Chin

    While the most conspicuous components of the US Army Air Forces in World War II (1939-1945) were the air units, there were also hundreds of ground units and organisations. Besides assigned military personnel the AAF also employed thousands of civilians. Many unique outfits were designed to meet the AAF's special needs. Uniformed civilians also possessed a variety of unique uniforms and insignia....

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  • US 10th Mountain Division in World War II by Gordon L. Rottman
    US 10th Mountain Division in World War II (English, Paperback) Gordon L. Rottman, Peter Dennis

    The 10th was the only US mountain division to be raised in World War II, and still has a high profile, being involved in operations from Iraq to Somalia and from Haiti to Afghanistan. Featuring artwork and rare photographs, this title tells the story of the US Army's only mountain division in action during the closing months of World War II.

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  • Vietnam Airmobile Warfare Tactics by Gordon L. Rottman
    Vietnam Airmobile Warfare Tactics (English, Paperback) Gordon L. Rottman, Adam Hook

    With its first major use in battle during the Vietnam War, the helicopter ushered in a radically different way of fighting. This book presents the history of the first ever major use of helicopters in battle. It describes the development of the critical airmobile tactics that ultimately changed the way America fights its battles.

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  • Vietnam Riverine Craft 1962-75 by Gordon L. Rottman
    Vietnam Riverine Craft 1962-75 (English, Paperback) Gordon L. Rottman, Hugh Johnson

    In 1965 the military situation in the Mekong River Delta of southern Vietnam had deteriorated to such a degree that the decision was made to commit a joint US Army and Navy Mobile Riverine Force to the area. This force was unique in its composition, mission, and the means by which it operated - riverine craft. This book explores those crafts.

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  • Japanese Army in World War II by Gordon L. Rottman
    Japanese Army in World War II (English, Paperback) Gordon L. Rottman

    The 1941 Japanese Pacific onslaught saw the defeat of Allied forces on all fronts, with the Philippines, Netherlands East Indies, and Commonwealth possessions falling under their control. During 1942-43, the Japanese consolidated their gains and redeployed forces in an attempt to break the Southern Lifeline between America and Australia. These plans were affected by the defeat at Midway, which...

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  • Victory 1945 by Gordon L. Rottman
    Victory 1945 (English, Paperback) Gordon L. Rottman, Peter Dennis

    Even when Western Allied troops gained a foothold in Normandy, World War II in Europe was far from over. This book includes detailed description and colour pictures illustrate the means by which the Allied troops on the ground evolved to the point of winning the war on the Western Front.

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  • The M16 by Gordon L. Rottman
    The M16 (English, Paperback) Gordon L. Rottman, Johnny Shumate

    The M16 was first introduced in 1958 and was revolutionary for its time as it was made of lightweight materials including special aluminium and plastics, which had previously not been used in mainstream weapons. It was first adopted by US Special Forces and airborne troops in 1962 before it was issued to Army and Marine units serving in the Vietnam War (1955-1975). Its use spread throughout the...

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  • The Los Banos Prison Camp Raid - The Philippines 1945 by Gordon L. Rottman
    The Los Banos Prison Camp Raid - The Philippines 1945 (English, Paperback) Gordon L. Rottman

    On the southwest shore of Laguna de Bay in the Philippines stood the Los Banos Internment Camp. Held within were 2,147 starving POWs, surrounded by thousands of Japanese troops. As the desperate battle for Manila raged, only 130 Paratroopers could be spared for the rescue operation.

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  • U.S.Marine Corps, 1941-45 by Gordon L. Rottman
    U.S.Marine Corps, 1941-45 (English, Paperback) Gordon L. Rottman, Mike Chappell

    This book describes and analyzes the history, uniforms, weaponry and military practices of the US Marines during the Second World War, in particular their role in the bloody recapture of Pacific Islands held by the Japanese, such as Iwo Jima and Guadal Canal.

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  • German Field Fortifications 1939-45 by Gordon L. Rottman
    German Field Fortifications 1939-45 (English, Paperback) Gordon L. Rottman, Ian Palmer

    The German Army of World War II was a highly mobile force. The experience of trench warfare in World War I had done much to shape Germany's blitzkrieg doctrine and concepts of field fortification, and the mobile warfare ethos of World War 2 was designed to avoid the previous war's stalemate.

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  • Okinawa 1945 by Gordon L. Rottman
    Okinawa 1945 (English, Paperback) Gordon L. Rottman, Howard Gerrard

    The battle of Okinawa was the last battle fought in the Pacific War. The bitterness of the fighting on Okinawa helped persuade the US that an assault on the Japanese mainland would result in massive US casualties and led directly to the dropping of the atomic bomb. This book describes the events.

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  • Carlson's Marine Raiders by Gordon L. Rottman
    Carlson's Marine Raiders (English, Paperback) Gordon L. Rottman, Johnny Shumate

    On August 17-18, 1942, 211 men of the US Marine Corps' 2nd Raider Battalion conducted a daring amphibious raid on the Japanese-occupied Makin Island in the South Pacific. This book offers an account of the fateful Makin Raid that tells the whole story, from the plan's conception to its troubled execution and aftermath.

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  • Us Marine Corps Pacific Theater of Operations (1) by Gordon L. Rottman
    Us Marine Corps Pacific Theater of Operations (1) (English, Paperback) Gordon L. Rottman

    This highly detailed study reveals how, despite being often poorly equipped and sometimes fighting with little external support against a resolute enemy, the US marines evolved into a well equipped and ideally organized amphibious assault force that eventually aided in the defeat of an empire.

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