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Jeff Nolls book "The Imperial German Regimental Marking" is outstanding for explaining and identifying Imperial German unit markings. The alphabetal listing is very helpful. I use it all the time.
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Jeff Nolls book "The Imperial German Regimental Marking" is outstanding for explaining and identifying Imperial German unit markings. The alphabetal listing is very helpful. I use it all the time.
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Jeff's book is great, and a bargain at twice the price. It's almost a must have, to cross index with "Histories of 251 Divisions of the German Army 1914-1918". Also, if you can, find a copy of Görtz German Small Arms Markings. Another excellent referrence. I use all of these on nearly a daily basis.

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Jeff's book is great, and a bargain at twice the price. It's almost a must have, to cross index with "Histories of 251 Divisions of the German Army 1914-1918". Also, if you can, find a copy of Görtz German Small Arms Markings. Another excellent referrence. I use all of these on nearly a daily basis.

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The title of the book is "Histories of 251 Divisions of the German Army Which Participated in the War (1914-1918)" It was reprinted by The Naval& Military Press LTD, England. ISBN 0 948130873
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See Figure 18a-c, for pages from.
2/2, HISTORY 1912 ERF, J.R.152.M.G.71. click the link below.
http://www.gunboards.com/luger/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=3846
 
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