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willie

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« Reply #76 on: March 22, 2016, 02:41:51 PM »
 Third installment  Indian Army

       Tradition Magazines

              #1 The Indian Army
              #5 2nd Bengal Lancers 1901 part 1
              #6 2nd Bengal Lancers 1901 part 2
              #7 2nd Bengal Lancers 1901 part 3
              #8 2nd Bengal Lancers 1901 part 4
              #10 2nd Bengal Lancers 1901 part 5
              #11 2nd Bengal Lancers 1901 part 6
              #12 2nd Bengal Lancers 1901 part 7
              #13 Bahawalpur Lancers 1897
              #15 Alwar Lancers 1897
              #16 Madras Light Cavalry 1833 and Madras Infantry & Cavalry prints
              #19 Bundelkhand Legion
              # 21 3nd Bengal Irregular Cavalry 1845
              # 22 Bhopal Lancers 1897
              #25 Bikaner Camel Corps 1897
              #29 Some notes on Military Costume worn During the Indian Mutiny 1857- 1858 part 1
              #30 Some notes on Military Costume worn During the Indian Mutiny 1857-1858 part 2
              #36 The British Cavalry of the Honourable East Indian Company
              #61 Tribes of the Northwest Fronter
              #62 Further notes on the Uniforms worn During The Indian Mutiny 1857-1858 part 1
              #63 Further notes on the Uniforms worn During The Indian Munity 1857-1858 part 2
              #50 Special Indian Cavalry Issue part 1
              #73 Special Indian Cavalry Issue part 2 
              #42 The Madras Infantry 1845 part 1
              #43 The Madras Infantry 1845 part 2
              # 45 Special Gurkha Issue
              # 46 The Gurkhas
              #48 Indian Mountain Artillery part 1
              #49 Indian Mountain Artillery part 2
              #51 Indian Mountain Artillery part 3
       Other Hard Back Books
     
                1. Cavalry Uniforms BY Robert & Christopher Wilkinson- Latham Blandford  Series printed in 1969
                2. Infantry Uniforms 1742-1853 BY Robert & Christopher Wilkinson-Latham printed in 1969
                3. Infantry Uniforms 1855-1939 By Robert &  Christopher Wilkinson-Latham printed in 1969
                3. The British -Indian Army 1860-1914 By Peter Duckers printed in 2003
                4. World Uniforms and Battles 1815-1850 By Philip Haythornwaite printed in 1976
                5. Indian Cavalry Regiments 1880-1914 By A .H. Bowling  printed in 1971
                6.  The Ackermann Military Prints Uniforms of the British and Indian Armies printed in 2003
      So now you have more to keep you painting for ever. Willie
           

     
             

willie

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« Reply #75 on: March 20, 2016, 07:19:56 PM »
  Second installment Most of these are from Osprey

                1. 30th Punjabis By James Lawford printed in in  in 1979
                2. Bengal Cavalry Regiments 1857-1914 By R.G.Harris printed 1979
                3. North-West Frontier 1837-1947 By Robert Wilkinson Latham printed in 1977
                4. The Sikh Army 1799-1849 By Ian Heath printed in 2005
                5. The North-East Frontier 1837-1901 By Ian Heat printed in 1999
                6. The Indian Mutiny By Christopher Wilkinson-Latham printed in 1977
                7. The British Troops in the Indian Mutiny 1857-59 By Michael Barthorp printed in 1994
                8. Queen Victoria's Enemies India #3 By Ian Knight printed in 1990
                9. Queen Victoria's Enemies Asia, Australasia and the Americas BY Ian Knight printed in  1990
              10. The Gurkhas By Mike Chappell printed in 1993
              11. The Gurkha Rifles By J.B.R. Nicholson printed in 1974
              12. Indian Infantry Regiments 1860-1914 By Michael Barthorp printed in 1979
              13. The Indian Army 1914-1947 By Ian Summer printed in2001

       This ends the second series of books on uniforms of the Indian Army. Willie ???



                   

 

willie

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« Reply #74 on: March 19, 2016, 10:54:36 PM »
 I thought that I might go threw my Library and start a new series on different army's . I have a set of Indian Army figures from I would say 1890-1900 and the Elephant Artillery set.  I was thinking that if any one else has these I would like to recommend some books to help you paint.  So here it goes.

                            1. Indian Army Uniforms Cavalry By W.Y. Carman printed in 1961 Out standing book lots and lots of information.
                            2. Indian Army Uniforms Infantry By W.Y. Carman printed in 1969 Both these books have lots of B/W and some color, but the information is out standing
                            3. An Assemblage of Indian Army Soldiers & Uniforms By Michael Glover printed in 1973 Lots of Color by Charter Paul Charter his work.
                            4. Military Uniforms of Britain & The Empire BY Major B .Money Barnes printed in 1960 lots of Empire troops.

     So this is the first installment on this subject more will be coming.  Willie

willie

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« Reply #73 on: March 19, 2016, 10:18:07 PM »
 You know, you Guys your not fare off about moving my Library. :o  We had 4000 weight allowance and we went over it . MY weight was 2500 pounds just in boxes of books :P . I packed 25 moving boxes , books, magazines, Flats, Militaria, Prints, . I wish I could bring it and a elephant to the show.  Willie

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« Reply #72 on: March 08, 2016, 07:06:53 AM »
This will be the third one I have bought in the series Willie, it would be a shame not to collect them all.  ;D
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willie

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« Reply #71 on: March 08, 2016, 07:04:46 AM »
Roger I think you will like it  8) Willie.

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« Reply #70 on: March 08, 2016, 04:45:49 AM »
I have this one on the way which will be very useful when I eventually get around to painting my von Droste Hussars.  :)

Roger Newsome.
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Nicholas Ball

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« Reply #69 on: March 04, 2016, 03:12:13 PM »
30 foot!!!  I hear he's got an extended  ( Jumbo ) Jet, 3 welded into one. Six wings and 12 engines. ;D

0 to 180 in 14 minutes  :o

Willie does love his elephants, trust him to get a plane with the same name! ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

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« Reply #68 on: March 04, 2016, 02:28:39 PM »
Yes do and bring your library... ::)   Perhaps a converted bus or 30 foot moving van.


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« Reply #67 on: March 04, 2016, 10:29:50 AM »
Willie, I nominate you as the Society's "LIBRARIAN". Your knowledge of printed resources never ceases to amaze.

BTW, will you make it to MFCA this year?
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willie

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« Reply #66 on: March 03, 2016, 11:51:44 AM »
So now to get back to work. :o The third book by Gozo Somogyi  arrived yesterday and I am very pleased with it. This covers the Hungarian Soldiers in the World Wars 1914-1918,1939-1945 . It covers a lot of information and lots and lots of color plates. Not only uniforms but the Navy, Trains , Planes, River Guard, Red Regiments from the 20's World War II is covered very well. The next ones are going to be The Army of Transylvania 1559-1690 :o wonder if that comes with fangs or look into my eyes ??? . The Hungarian Military 1768-1848, Royal Hungarian Defense Force 1868-1914. Hungarian Flags. So we have a wide range of stuff for the painter. Most of these are paper back if you want a hard back, Then try the hardback book by Verlag Militaria and have deep pockets :o Willie

willie

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« Reply #65 on: February 18, 2016, 02:29:02 PM »
 Sandar  :D First of all thank you  8) for the information on the books. I ordered two and they came today very fast  :o  These are some of the best ones I have seen lots and lots of color plates 8)
      1. Warriors of The Hungarian Frontier 1526-1686
      2. The Army of King Matthias 1458-1526   
       I plan to be get the others in this series  Willie. Also I will be send my dues to you all again Willie

snagy

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« Reply #64 on: February 09, 2016, 01:49:13 AM »
In the meantime I've found a better vendor.
Almost all the booklets of Gyozo Somogyi are available here, furthermore on 15 % discount price:
http://bookline.hu/szerzo/somogyi-gyozo/44613
Best regards-
Sandor

snagy

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« Reply #63 on: February 08, 2016, 02:11:03 PM »
Hi Willie,
yes you are right.
Gyozo Somogyi is a well decorated Hungarian graphic artist and painter and really he made a series of richly and vividly illustrated booklets that cover the main periods of the Hungarian warfare  (dresses) up to 1848.
E.g. on this link you can find a vendor (or course there are several ones):
http://www.magyarmenedek.com/products/9551/Matyas_kiraly_hadserege_1458-1526_-_Somogyi_Gyozo.htm
They are English.
The prices vary about 8-10 Euro each.
According to my  judgement they are useful for those who are interested in these topics.
The booklets have more pictures and less text than the Osprey.
Unfortunately a part of the booklets are sold out, so one can hunt up them second hand only.
If you have some particular interest I can check or help to find the book.
Best regards-
Sandor


willie

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« Reply #62 on: February 08, 2016, 11:15:54 AM »
  I have a question for are members who live in Hungary? Do you know of a series of books by Gyozo Somogyi they say that there are like Ospreys both in Hungarian and English. How would rate them. Second question is The Chota Sepoy still being printed? it was a series on the Indian Army it was from The British Model Soldier Society.  Willie

 

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