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Re: Books
« Reply #188 on: April 27, 2022, 09:15:58 PM »



     Since we where talking about the Uniforms of the Indian Army  I made up a list of books on there Uniforms '


       1. The Tradition Magazines from the 60s-70s The Indian Cavalry Issue and the Indian Mutiny issues


       2. The Durbar Journal of the Indian Historical society.


       Uniforms


        1. Indian Army Uniforms Cavalry by W.Y. Carman


        2. Indian Army Uniforms Infantry by W.Y Carman


        3. An Assemblage of Indian Army Soldiers & Uniforms by Michael Glover


        4. The Indian Army by Boris Mollo


        5. Skinners Horse by Christopher Rothero


        6. Indian Cavalry Regiments by A. H. Bowing


        7. The British Indian Army 1600-1914 by Peter Duckers


        8. Sons of John Company 1903-1991 The Indian & Pakistan Armies by John Gaylor


        9.  Osprey MAA Indian Army


            #31 The 30 Punjabs  #41 The Gurkhas Rifles  #67 The Indian Mutiny #72 The North West Frontier  # 91 Bengal Cavalry  #92  Indian Infantry                   
            Regiments # 453 Armies of the East Indian Company 1750-1850  #268 British Troops in the Indian Mutiny 1857 -1859


       10. Elite Series


              # 75 The Indian Army 1914-1947  #49 The Gurkhas




        11. The Regiments of the British Indian Army 1895-1947 by Baudouin Ourari  Published in 2019 


         So you have a 100 years of uniform books on the Indian Army   :o   Willie




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Re: Books
« Reply #187 on: April 27, 2022, 04:10:19 PM »



  OK just dusted off the old page and now its up date time :o   While I was on my Amazon page trying to figure out where my orders are. >:(  I came across this ADD. wanted ships captains for the Every Green Shipping Company must be able to run a ground in daylight stay out of the channel and stuck in the mud for a month ::)  While on my page I came across this new book Major Lovetts Military Dress and Filed Uniforms of the Raj printed in March of this year.       So I bought it and I am looking forward to looking at it . I have always wanted his book well they have one on Amazon books 1911 issue only $221.00  :o  In May I should be getting to MAA books from Osprey Medieval  Indian Armies and Italian Colonial Armies . Also this week I should be getting Volume #4 of Soldati d Africa 1930 -1939 . One more to go Volume 5 1939-1943  ;D  Willie

Re: Books
« Reply #186 on: February 14, 2022, 06:17:10 PM »
Just got this today Zweybrucken in Command The Reichsarmee in the Campaign of 1758 By Helion & Company  By Neil Cogswell . Its a nice book with lots of information on these Armies. The Uniform plates are from that era with a section on uniforms of the different states. With all the 7 years War figures there are you could have a nice selection  8)  Willie

Re: Books
« Reply #185 on: February 01, 2022, 07:27:04 PM »
 My Osprey Man At Arms Yugoslavian Army 1945-1945 came and its nice and well done.  The next two that I want to see are Medeval Indian Armys Hindu. Buddhist . Jain  Italian Colonial Army You can see these both on the Osprey page Man At Arms. Next from Helion & Company Saarbruck to Sedan  The Franco German War 1870-1871 Volume 1 the Imperial Phase of the War nice and lots of information on the German Army . The Second volume 2 well come out in March 22 The Republic Fights Back I well say one thing about Helion & Company they have some of the most interesting books on the 16th 17th 18th 19th century and there other series  are nice to.  There are two major things about warfare in the 16-18th century . Money and food  :o you had to have deep pockets ;D  Willie

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Re: Books
« Reply #184 on: January 20, 2022, 03:53:13 AM »
I know them!  never refered to them as Diamond T  ::) 

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Re: Books
« Reply #183 on: January 16, 2022, 02:47:32 PM »
Here's and example of a Diamond T vehicle. If you google "Diamond T military vehicles" you'll get lots of pictures.
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Re: Books
« Reply #182 on: January 15, 2022, 12:07:05 PM »



 Brain


 So I went to the Casemate page and found this information  Between 1940-1945  The Diamond T Motor Car Company supplied just over 50.000 Vehicles to the US Military and also the Allies  Off this just over 30,000 were heavy 4 ton 6x6 of various types  They also made the famous halftrack 10,000 produced


        Willie  8)

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Re: Books
« Reply #181 on: January 15, 2022, 04:47:33 AM »
Diamond T  Vehicles ?    what are they, not something I know about  ??? 

Re: Books
« Reply #180 on: January 14, 2022, 08:58:29 PM »
 OK now a up date on uniforms books :o   So lets start with Osprey Man At Arms


                 1. Yugoslav Armies 1941-1945  18th January By Thomas &  Dusan  #542


                 2. Italian Colonial Army  in May 24th By Gabriele Esposito


                 3. Medieval Indian Armies Vol 1 Hindu, Buddhist, Jain  By David Nicolle May 24th


                 4. Red Army 1920-1941 By Philip Jowett August 16th


                 5. Roman Army Units in the Eastern Provinces Vol 2 Raffaele D Amato September 13th


                 6. Armies of the Sino Japanese War 1894-1895  due in Oct 23


                  So that well give you some time to think about these Books  :P :P  Willie

Re: Books
« Reply #179 on: January 14, 2022, 04:02:29 PM »
 Now a little change of pace  :o  Casemate Publishing has a Illustrated Special series on the U.S. Army Vehicles 1941-45 by Didier Andres


           1.U.S. Army Chevrolet Trucks in World War II 1/1/2 ton to 4x4


           2. U.S. Army Ambulances and Medical Vehicles in World War II


           3. U.S. Army Diamond T Vehicles


           4. U.S Army Signal Corps Vehicles 1941-45 


            1. U.S Army Vehicle  Marking 1944 by Jean Bouchery


            2. Sherman Tank The M4 Tank in World War II By Michel Esteve  Willie


             

Re: Books
« Reply #178 on: January 04, 2022, 09:24:13 PM »
 Hannibal yes I have a lot of Books the other half of the library trains and the Circus which my Brother has   I have been very lucky to have the life I have had. With a family that loved books and growing up in a show biz family. Some day I am going to write a book about it. I think the count is about 1200 books :o  Willie

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Re: Books
« Reply #177 on: January 04, 2022, 10:23:00 AM »
Willie,  wherever you are on this planet, you must have an impressive library !!!  (several floors.....  ::) ) after all these years....
Michel
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Re: Books
« Reply #176 on: January 03, 2022, 05:12:14 PM »
 Well hope everybody had a great Christmas and a Happy new Year so lets start with Helion & Company  It looks like in spring 2022 there well be a new Wars and Soldiers in the Early Reign of Louis XIV Volume 6 the Italian States. 2.  The Ottoman Army in the Napoleonic Wars 1798-1815 . Charles X Wars Volume 1 and in the spring of 2022 Volume 2  Third is From The Atamcama  to the Andies  Battles of the Pacific Wars 1878-1883 this I think is going to be a one from prints to use to paint by since this period is right after the Franko German War 1870-1871  Willie

Re: Books
« Reply #175 on: November 14, 2021, 09:37:13 PM »
 Well tomorrow is my Birthday  ::) :o  and I well soon be getting my 5th book on Wars and Soldiers in the Reign of Louse the XIV  The Armies of Portugal 1618-1721 By Brno Mugal . His next book well be The Ottoman Army of the Napoleonic War 1789-1815 2022 Also last month I went to the Chicago Show and picked up a Certificate of Merit for a War Elephant. Next I picked up a nice book at the show The Army in India a photographic record 1850-1914 by the National Army Museum. Then I was at the used book store and I found two nice  Books Georg Von Trapp To the Last Salute memories of An Austrian U-Boat Commander  does the name ring a bell :o  The Complete Encyclopedia of Battleships  A technical directory of Capital  Ships from 1860 to present day. by Tony Gibbons 1993 Crescent Pub ,lots of color profiles . Willie

Re: Books
« Reply #174 on: October 11, 2021, 07:38:28 PM »
Well Wars and Soldiers in the Early Reign of Louis XIV  Vol #4  came today and very well done lots of information :o  The Armies of Spain 1659-1688.  You can go on the Helion & Company web page and look under The Century of the Soldier Series No 76  Willie  8)