Germany in Uniform, Volume 1: From Reichswehr to Wehrmacht.pdf

Germany in Uniform, Volume 1: From Reichswehr to Wehrmacht

Paul Gaujac

From an illustrated paper published in Berlin in 1933, this book presents uniforms of different units and state and political agencies. It explores conventional armed forces such as marine or aviation, but also customs officers, forest rangers and members of the Nazi party.

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