Foreign Volunteers of Hitler's Germany.

Odegard and Deeter

Edité par DO Enterprises, Los Angeles,, 1968
Ancien(s) ou d'occasion Etat : Very Good Softcover
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64 pages, well illustrated (some in color) , pictorial wrappers, very good. From the foreword: This booklet is published for collectors and other interested persons in an attempt to shed some light on the Freiwilligen Abzeichen (volunteer insignias) used by the foreign units in the German Wehrmacht. These shields, worn on the sleeve, are probably the most colorful of all the German uniform accouterments." From the collection of Laurence Dring and with his business card "Soldier of fortune . . . You call we maul ". From the Soldier of Fortune obituary by Jim Graves: "Lawrence W. Dring II, whose almost legendary career in Special Forces was described in a three-part Soldier of Fortune magazine series - February, March and April 1982 - died 25 August 1983 of a seizure and heart attack caused by complications from wounds he suffered in Vietnam. In four tours in Vietnam - most of it with MIKE Forces (Mobile Guerrilla Force) in the Central Highlands - Dring carved out a career as a soldier that frankly, I don't know who could match. Dring started out as an enlisted man and came out in 1968 as a captain. Along the way he earned, among other decorations, many of the medals grunts have respect for: two Silver Stars, four Bronze Stars, two Soldier's Medals, the Cambodian Medaille Militaire, four Vietnamese Crosses of Gallantry and five Purple Hearts." ; 64 pages. N° de réf. du libraire 27567

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Titre : Foreign Volunteers of Hitler's Germany.

Éditeur : DO Enterprises, Los Angeles,

Date d'édition : 1968

Reliure : Softcover

Etat du livre :Very Good

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