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By Philip Katcher

Philip Katcher presents an outline to the clash that engulfed Vietnam following the department of the rustic into alongside the seventeenth Parallel in 1954. The uniforms and insignia of the U.S. forces, together with the military, distinct Forces, air strength, army and marine corps, are handled intimately, including these of the ARVN, the Allied Forces (such because the Royal Thai military and Korean troops), and likewise the Communist NLF (Viet Cong) and NVA forces. Mike Chappell's vibrant art offers lots of element to accompany this authoritative text.

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This section comnander has one set of pouches for h ~ s MP40 sub-machine gun, a MI935 brown leather map case. and 6x30 btncculars. H3: Stabsleldwebel, Panzer-AufklarungsAbteilung 26; River Po. Panzer-Division 'dears the MI942 reed-green HBT Panzer >:forking jacket with a machinewoven MI944 breast eagle and the unpapular fJ11942 regulalron a m rank insignia; he has added - against regulations - Panzer collar palches, piped golden-yellow for Armoured Reconnaissance troops. His trousers are field-made in Italian MI929 forest-pattern camouflage cloth, to rmemble MI942 Panzef demns bur with an added s ~ c o n dthigh pocket; they are drawstringeb at the ankle over lace-up boots.

Fhc. ;ir. irh blnck. hh,Iounrain - chamois; and 90th Panzergrenaclicr - swrcl OWI- Sardinia map. June 194 1 , wow [he h ~ f title f which hiid helpcttl cilpr~tr-l-. IilXiA'. 1-ans. Individual soldicrs re:-wignccl lo orher units retained these tildes uniil May 1943 and, if awa~-dedanorhcr title, could wear one above the other An Unteroffizior fmm a o n thc sariic-. cuB; Panzergrcnadier mgiment On 20 h g ~ l s r1944 the s u n ' and r n d e ~ sof' rhc VI InSantl? Ol'ficer capturtld at Castigllone dl Lago Cancliclarr (Fahncnjunkcr) School at Merz in Gel-man-annrsed near Pnrugia, Italy, July 1944.

The pockers with V-shaped butroned flaps, and single-b~~r~on trousers wcrc won1 wirh MI941 anklels. 13 ICOA rank-bans on German s1ioulde1- straps piped in white. On :! c tlw fiction diar h e ROA/KONR wrrc. h hreasr eagles, M 1942 'lance' collar parches and &I 1943 ROA rank insignia. From 18 Miirch I944 somo t r o o p adopted German ct>lliil- pa~ches,and many o f i c e n added German shoulder bo-AI-dswith whire underlay forinfanfn: ha~talionsand golden-yellow 1hr r i ~ w l h;r l ~rralions. Ortwr ranks - On 20 April 1945 Gcneralleutnant Mar Pemsel, commanding 6th Mountain Division in Norway, was appointed Chlel of Slafl to the German-Italian Ligurla Army, only to see it surrender 12 days later on 2 May.

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