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PARACHUTE RIFLE COMPANY: A LIVING HISTORIAN'S INTRODUCTION TO THE ORGANIZATION, EQUIPMENT, TACTICS AND TECHNIQUES OF THE U.S. ARMY'S ELITE AIRBORNE TROOPS IN COMBAT ON THE WESTERN FRONT IN WORLD WAR II
Book Type: C, O
By Robert Todd Ross. Entering battle by parachute was the ‘easy part’. Packed with information for U.S. Airborne enthusiasts of all kinds, this volume provides a critical context for both the collector of U.S. Airborne memorabilia, and a methodology for living historians to research and translate the real-life story of the legendary U.S. Parachute Infantrymen to the hobby environment. Over 100 full-color images including battle recreation photographs, charts, tactical maps, order of battle graphics, authentic tables of organization and equipment, and numerous special features. Illustrated throughout in color. 208 pp.