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Exploring The Dress Daggers of the German Army
Thomas T. Wittmann

Exploring The Dress Daggers of the German Army
Exploring The Dress Daggers of the German Army

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Near fine in good dust jacket. DJ a little chipped around the edges and a touch sunned to the spine panel.

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Detailed Information

Item No: B29322
ISBN: 0964606305
Publication date: 1995
Published by: Published Privately by the Author.
Published location: Pennsylvania.
Edition: 1st Edition, First printing.
Illustrated: Fully illustrated.
Dimensions: 4to. 10 1/4".
Cover: Hard
About this title:

 For the first time the ornate daggers of Germany's Third Reich Army are microscopically examined using extensive color photography. Manufacturer styles are compared, establishing the creative uniqueness of each Solingen blade-producing firm. This reference is the result of over a decade of painstaking research. It is intended as the first volume of a series, devoted to detailing all Third Reich dress dagger types. For everyone interested in military weapons, or verifying authenticity, this book is a must!