Historical Archive Press, 2006. Hard Cover. 96 pages, 100 Photos, 11 x 8. This is the second volume in an exciting six part series depicting classic American small arms in training and combat during the Second World War and Korea. Featuring exquisite, high quality duo-tone images culled from the US National Archives, these titles present a unique and intimate look at such ubiquitous fire arms as the M1 Carbine and Garand, as well as the valiant "dog-faced" infantrymen and tank crews who used them. From combat in the forests of France and Germany, to the black sand beaches of the Pacific Theater and Korea, each title contains roughly 100 exceptional images which will provide a wealth of visual information for gun collectors, re-enactors, modelers and historians, interested in taking a new look at some legendary weapons. NEW. Item #10471
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