1 edition of Machines and weaponry of World War II found in the catalog.
Machines and weaponry of World War II
|Series||Machines that won the war|
|LC Classifications||D743.7 .S25 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781433986079, 9781433986086|
|LC Control Number||2012018392|
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Americas greatest generation required some of the most stunning technological advances in military science to win the Second Great War. In this exciting, high-interest series, readers explore the world of military machines and the science behind the United States battles in World War : Charlie Samuels.
Machines and weaponry of World War II. [Charlie Samuels] Machines and weaponry of World War II book A high-interest, highly visual introduction to key military machines. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charlie Samuels.
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Has an amazing amount of weapons of World War II for such a small book. Machines and weaponry of World War II book It covers essential data. My only complaint is that the information on many weapons is not comprehensive but considering the small size and price, who can complain. A great book in a small package/5(20).
Get this from a library. Machines and weaponry of World War II. [Charlie Samuels] -- A high-interest, highly visual introduction to key military machines. Twenty significant vehicles, ships or weapons are described and the specific actions in which they played a decisive part.
With over photographs showing major infantry weapons from the Cobberton collection in North Devon, England, this book also contains a detailed examination of the small arms used in the conflict. Revolvers, pistols, rifles, submachine guns, machine guns, mortars, grenades, mines, and hand-held anti-tank weapons/5(13).
Bruce Canfield's U.S. INFANTRY WEAPONS OF WORLD WAR II is the best, single volume coverage of the true U.S. weapons of the war. Canfield's work is an excellent, technical coverage of all man-portable weapons of the war, and, yet, manages to retain the human connection with Machines and weaponry of World War II book men actually involved in the slogging, day to day use of all weapons /5(20).
This provides a few paragraphs on the development, use and impact of anything from handguns (usually one per major army of the war) to aircraft carriers.
Most weapons get half a page, a few selected weapons (such as the Sherman Machines and weaponry of World War II book get a two page spread/5(20). Edgerton's book is a remarkable achievement. He re-envisions Britain's role in World War II and with it Britain's place in modernity.
In place of a plucky island Machines and weaponry of World War II book alone, he gives us a global empire of machines, not a welfare state, but a technocratic warfare state.4/5(49).
11 rows The following is a list of equipment of the United States Army during World War II which. Get this from a library.
Machines and weaponry of World War II. [Charlie Samuels] -- Describes the different machines and weapons that were used during World War II, discussing each item's history and capabilities and identifying by which nation it was employed.
This title is the first in a series that employs a simple and effective concept to illustrate and describe the multiplicity of equipment and weapons systems used on the ground during World War II.
Whilst many books have described such weapons and war materiel, Keith Ward's unique abilities as a 3D technical artist bring these items to life. Richard Mack to The men and machines of World War 2 Yesterday at AM Chiang Kaishek, Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Song Meiling, Cairo, Egypt, Nov One of the more popular subjects among World War II aficionados is that of the Wunderwaffen, the exotic munitions that the Germans developed over the course of the these advanced and at times even revolutionary weaponry were developed too late to win the war for Germany (and it is arguable whether they could have even if they had been introduced sooner), they /5.
A must read/ go through book for a WW2 fanatic, or even if you are slightly interested in war-fare. WW2 was probably the first time when advanced weaponry systems were used on a large scale, and one where nations decided it was time to strengthen what you have in your arsenal if /5.
There have been many books on World War II infantry weapons, but none with photographs like this one. With over photographs showing major infantry weapons from the Cobberton collection in North Devon, England, this book also contains a detailed examination of the small arms used in the conflict.
Get this from a library. Machines and weaponry of World War II. [Charlie Samuels] -- America's "greatest generation" required some of the most stunning technological advances in military science to win the Second Great War.
In this exciting, high-interest series, readers explore the. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Czechoslovakian soldiers with a ZB vz. 26 and a vz. This is a list of infantry weapons which were in mainstream use during World War II. America's "greatest generation" required some of the most stunning technological advances in military science to win the Second Great War.
In this exciting, high-interest series, readers explore the world of military machines and the science behind the United States' battles in World War II.
Machines and Weaponry of World War II Machines That Won the War In this exciting, high-interest series, readers explore the world of military machines and the science behind the United States' battles in World War II. Full-color photographs will show readers the airplanes, artillery, and guns that powered the American attack.
Originally published in under the title: The secret war, World War II was fought from to and saw variety of weapons used in the field. Through the course of the war, weapons of all types evolved greatly and increased incomplexity. World War II greatly advanced technology and the weapons developed helped shape the postwar world.
Britain's War Machine by David Edgerton – review A lively reassessment of British science and industry during the second world war is let down by academic point-scoring Ben Shephard.
A collection of public domain World War II books, radio broadcasts, V-discs, films, and other d by a librarian. Thanks for the support & please consider donating to a veteran's charity of your choice and/or the Internet Archive (so that others can enjoy this WWII Archive in the future).
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Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The secret story of the fantastic surprise weapons /5. The Vickers machine gun or Vickers gun is a name primarily used to refer to the water-cooled British ( mm) machine gun produced by Vickers Limited, originally for the British machine gun typically required a six to eight-man team to operate: one fired, one fed the ammunition, the rest helped to carry the weapon, its ammunition, and spare cturer: Vickers.
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Get this from a library. The encyclopedia of weapons of World War II. [Chris Bishop;] -- The encyclopedia of weapns of world war II is the most detailed and authoritative compendium of the weapons of mankind's greatesst conflict ever published.
It is a must for the military, enthusiast. Biographical sketch. Ian V. Hogg enlisted in the Royal Artillery of the British Army in April During World War II he served in Europe and in eastern Asia.
After the war he remained in the military. In the early s, he served in the Korean ther he served in the military for 27 years. Welcome to. As an author, collector and historian of post Civil War weaponry, is the definitive source for U.S. weapons collectors around the world. Bruce is an internationally recognized Historian and long time collector of U.S.
Military weapons and has written twelve books on U.S. Military Weaponry. Countless history books, TV documentaries and feature films made about World War II, many accept a similar narrative of the war in the West, which may not be entirely accurate.
The Ballantine's Illustrated History of World War II / the Violent Century: Weapons Book book series by multiple authors includes books U-Boat the secret menance (Ballantine's Illustrated History of World War II), Panzer Division, Me, and several more.
Machine guns have been a big part of war ever since World War 1. By World War 2 and even after their purpose has not changed. The main use of machine guns is to suppress the enemy with a large volume of fire at a very fast rate.
They make it difficult and. World War II Japanese Infantry Weapons: Type Submachine Gun, Arisaka, Type 89 Grenade Discharger, Type 99 Rifle, Nambu Pistol, List of Weapons of the Japanese Empire During World War II, Type 91 Grenade, Type 96 Light Machine Gun, Type 93 and Flamethrowers.
German Automatic Weapons of World War II book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Exceptional color photographs and an authoritativ /5(8). German Secret Weapons of the Second World War draws comparisons between similar Allied projects and narrates the deeper purpose behind many of these projects.
Many of these developments were not completed before the end of the war, but have created a solid foundation for many of today’s great military developments.5/5(1).
Depth charges were first developed by the Royal Navy during World War I to combat German submarines. World War I was a crucible for military aircraft development. Between andplanes advanced from barely airworthy craft to effective weapons platforms. World War I Serbian infantryman near Salonika (now Thessaloníki), Greece, April : Weapons of World War II () by Alexander Ludeke and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(59).
German & Allied secret weapons of World War II Item Preview remove-circle German & Allied secret weapons of World War II by Hogg, Ian V., ; King. B., joint author.
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