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eBook The British Army 1965-80 : Combat and Service Dress (Men at Arms Series, 71) epub

by David E. Smith,Angus McBride

eBook The British Army 1965-80 : Combat and Service Dress (Men at Arms Series, 71) epub
  • ISBN: 0850452732
  • Author: David E. Smith,Angus McBride
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: Military
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Osprey Publishing (June 15, 1977)
  • Pages: 50 pages
  • ePUB size: 1867 kb
  • FB2 size 1602 kb
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The uniform of the British Army underwent many changes between 1965 and 1980. This book catalogues these changes and outlines in detail the many regimental distinctions which exist throughout this old and prestigious army.

The uniform of the British Army underwent many changes between 1965 and 1980. Among the formations examined are the Household Division.

Colour Plates by Angus McBride

Colour Plates by Angus McBride. The uniform of the British Army underwent many changes between 1965 and 1980. This book catalogues these changes, as well as outlining in detail the many regimental distinctions which exist throughout this old and prestigious army. Due to popular demand, strictly limited quantities of Osprey’s most wanted out of print Men-at-Arms, Vanguard and Elite titles are back in stock.

Digby Smith, Angus McBridge. Among the formations examined are the Household Division, the Royal Armoured Corps, the Scottish Division, the Queen's Division, the King's Division, the Prince of Wales's Division, the Light Division and the Brigade of Gurkhas.

The British Army 1965–80 book. The British Army 1965-80 : Combat and Service Dress (Men at Arms Series, 71). ISBN. 0850452732 (ISBN13: 9780850452730).

British Army 1965-80 (David Smith, Angus McBride).

The British Army 1965–80. Men-at-Arms 71. Author: David E. Smith. Illustrator: Angus McBride. Major D G Smith is a former member of the Royal Army Ordance Corps and a recognized expert on the British Army in the 20th century. This is his first book for Osprey. Short code: MAA 71. Publication Date: 15 Jun 1977. Angus McBride is one of the world's most respected historical illustrators, and has contributed to more than 70 Osprey titles in the past three decades. Born in 1931 of Highland parents but orphaned as a child, he was educated at Canterbury Cathedral Choir School.

Title : The British Army 1965-80. Product Category : Books. Illustrationssome Col. item 3 (Good)-TheBritish Army: Combat and Service Dress 1965-80 by Smith, Digby ( Autho -(Good)-TheBritish Army: Combat and Service Dress 1965-80 by Smith, Digby ( Autho.

book by Digby George Smith. Published in 1977, this book is a snapshot of the British Army as it was in 1976. It consists of O B listings of the major units and their sub units. All is covered herein except the officers' mess dress, and the white and red ceremonial uniforms.

The British Army 1965-80 - The uniform of the British Army underwent many changes between 1965 and 1980. Osprey - Men at Arms. The British Army 1965-80. English text, paperback, many bw-images, some plates with colour illustrations. This book catalogues these changes and outlines in detail.

The uniform of the British Army underwent many changes between 1965 and 1980. This book catalogues these changes and outlines in detail the many regimental distinctions which exist throughout this old and prestigious army. Among the formations examined are the Household Division, the Royal Armoured Corps, the Scottish Division, the Queen's Division, the King's Division, the Prince of Wales's Division, the Light Division and the Brigade of Gurkhas. The text is backed by numerous photographs and eight colour plates vividly depicting the nuances of the army's combat and service dress.
Comments: (2)
Malodor
Although brief,this gives a good overview of the evolution of British uniforms of the covered period. Some of the photos are not so lear but it is a good beginner's reference.
Bev
If you know what all that means then you need this book. If not, stop reading now. Published in 1977, this book is a snapshot of the British Army as it was in 1976. It consists of O B listings of the major units and their sub units.
All is covered herein except the officers' mess dress, and the white and red ceremonial uniforms. These, though beloved of students of the British Army are so seldom seen and are so complicated in the details of their regimental distinctions, that, like the old Indian Army, one would need a multi volume encyclopedia to cover the subject well.
Instead this concentrates on the Service dress orders which replaced the BD, jungle greens, and khaki drill of the WW II period and later.
Very little on individual equipment so look elsewhere for that.
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