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German Uniforms of the 20th Century Vol.II: The Infantry 1919-to the Present HQ  

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  • Автор: vihot 19-04-2024, 19:59
German Uniforms of the 20th Century Vol.II: The Infantry 1919-to the Present HQ

Издательство: Schiffer Publishing
Автор: Jorg M. Hormann
Название: German Uniforms of the 20th Century Vol.II: Uniforms of the Infantry 1919-to the Present
Язык: английский
Год издания: 1989
Количество страниц: 130
ISBN: 0-88740-215-1
Формат: pdf (300 dpi) HQ
Размер: 102 мб

Detailed history of all aspects of German infantry uniforms in over 200 photos, many in color.

In this, the second volume of the German Uniforms of the 20th Century series, a subject is treated that does not enjoy very great "popularity", because it brings certain problems with it.
A book about infantry uniforms from 1919 to the present cannot be complete. The largest body of troops in the various German armies, making up more than 60% of them, was and is simply structured only at first glance, in terms of its inner organization. The foot soldiers, as a group, still had their leading position until the end of World War I, and even in World War II they were partially decisive. With the appearance of motorized, wheeled and treaded vehicles as means of transport and fighting in the German army, the role of the infantry also changed slowly from that of troops purely on foot to motorized and, nowadays, armored units.
Moving the troops forward, formerly a time-consuming process, is reduced to a minimum today thanks to full motorization. The actual battle assignment of the infantry has remained that of being placed to go and fight in the country. These troops, when they became motorized, took on a new quality that made itself known even in the nomenclature of the various infantry troop types. Today the infantrymen call themselves pursuit troops or armored grenadiers. In World War II there were still armored fusiliers and ski troops, along with the significant abbreviation "mot." added to the type of troop.

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