Uniforms and Soldiers
This book is illustrated with 32 full-page, full-color photographs and countless smaller illustrations (by Theo
Matejko) depicting the Honor Uniforms of the Armed Forces. The extremely comprehensive text explains
how the uniforms of the German Forces were a practical yet striking outgrowth of a long tradition of
effective, well-designed uniforms.
The color photographs (by Dr. Paul Wolff) in the book were made in the uniform factory
of Peek & Cloppenburg, still a very major player in the European high-fashion clothing business.
The 32 big, clear color plates perfectly show the cutting, tailoring and manufacture of WW2 German military
uniforms from bolts of raw material through pressing and finishing as no other book does. The dozens of
smaller illustrations show the utility of German Luftwaffe, Panzer and other uniforms in the air and in the
field in combat situations.
Hardcover, Half Linen / Cloth
- 109 pages, text, illustrations and photos
- 32 full-page, color photographs
|In very good exterior and very good interior condition.|
Corners rubbed, very minor foxing to top edge, occasionally finger stained at margins, else ek with minor traces of use and age.
All pages are complete and tight in the binding.
Approx/Measurements: 10-1/2" x 7-3/4" ~1.3 lbs.
by C. Ehrl.
Published by KlingH.
Airmail shipping with recorded delivery to any destination in the world: $21.95