UNIFORMS & EQUIPMENT OF THE CZARIST RUSSIAN ARMED FORCES IN WORLD WAR I:
A Study in Period Photographs |
by Spencer Anthony Coil .
Publisher: Schiffer Military History
Publish Date: 2005
Edition: First Edition
Description: 384 Pages, over 600 b/w and color photographs, 9 x 12 .Spencer Coil examines the uniforms and equipment used by the multiethnic Czarist Russian Forces during the turbulent reign of Czar Nicholas II. In addition to a remarkable selection of studio photos, stunning candid photos of front-oviki, or frontline troops, offer an authentic view of trench and battlefield life. Each photo has been carefully chosen and researched to offer the reader detailed information on the medical, motor, naval and air service branches as well as artillery, machinegun, pioneer, infantry, cavalry, and guard troops. There are chapters covering Cossacks, Caucasian irregulars, POWs, St. George Cross recipients and Czar Nicholas II. A full color section of heretofore unpublished photos of original headdress, equipment and accessories used by the armed forces provides valuable information on materials, markings, stamps and construction. This work is an outstanding and indispensable resource for all historians, collectors, re-enactors, war gamers, model builders and Czarist Russia enthusiasts.
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Binding: Hardcover in New Dust Jacket
ID Number: 1149