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  • Navy Uniforms, Insignia and Warships of WWII

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  • Japanese Naval Aviation Uniforms and Equipment 1937–45 (Elite)

    This long awaited title provides a fantastic reference resource on the uniforms, dress, flight gear and personal weaponry of the Imperial Japanese Navy airmen of World War II (1939-1945). It includes detailed descriptions of flight gear, including manufacture information, and interviews with IJN pilots such as Sakai, Komachi, Tanimizu, Kawato and S [read more]

  • U. S. Navy Uniforms in World War II Series: U. S. Naval Amphibious Forces

    Volume Three in the series, this book is a detailed examination of the uniforms and equipment used by elite and specialty units of the American Navy during World War II. Collectors and history scholars will marvel at the array of previously unpublished text and imagery covering such elusive subjects as pre-war landing parties, the Seabees, Naval Be [read more]

  • The US Navy in World War II (Elite)

    Osprey's examination of the United States Navy during World War II (1939-1945). In 1941 the US Navy had 17 battleships - of which eight would be knocked out on the first day of the war - four aircraft carriers, and about 340,000 men including reservists. Pearl Harbor so weakened it that it was unable to prevent the Japanese capture of the Philippin [read more]

  • U. S. Navy Uniforms in World War II Series: U. S. Naval Aviation Flying Clothing and Gear

    Volume Two in the series, this book is all-inclusive, covering every aspect of aviation related uniforms and equipment used by the American Navy during World War II. Chapters in this volume include; pre-war naval aviation and training, survival equipment and aircraft carrier based aviation as well as parachute riggers, photographers, air gunners, f [read more]

  • U.S. Navy WWII Veteran Ballcap

    U.S. Navy WWII Veteran Ballcap. Made in USA, very nice embroidery.

  • Japanese Special Naval Landing Forces: Uniforms and equipment 1932-45 (Men-at-Arms)

    The spearhead of Japan's assault landing operations both in China pre-Pearl Harbor, and in US and British territory post-Pearl Harbor, was provided by the Special Naval Landing Forces - 12 numbered battalion-size Imperial Japanese Navy units. They garrisoned a number of the islands which the US Marines then had to re-claim in some of the bloodiest [read more]

  • "Okay, Girls - Man Your Bunks!" Tales from the Life of a WWII Navy WAVE

    A lively and compelling autobiography of one of the first enlisted Navy WAVES in WWII. From joining the Navy to joining the mile-high club, Helen Gilbert's life was interrupted and forever changed by Pearl Harbor, and she describes in very straightforward terms how it was to enter a traditionally male world. After serving her country, she struggl [read more]

  • Royal Navy Uniforms 1930-1945

    This highly detailed book uses over 400 illustrations - both period images and new colour photographs of original items - to show the clothing of both Officers and Ratings in World War II and during the years leading up to it, when Naval uniforms underwent significant modernization.The illustrations are supported by detailed text describing the dev [read more]

  • Sailors in Forest Green: USN Personnel Attached to the USMC (U.S. Navy Uniforms in World War II)

    Sailors in Forest Green is a detailed examination of the uniforms and equipment used by Navy personnel attached to the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II. Navy hospital corpsmen, Seabees, combat photographers, demolitions experts, and many other Navy specialists served with USMC units from 1941-1945. This subject is often overlooked today. Sailo [read more]