United States Infantry Weapons of the Second World War

United States Infantry Weapons of the Second World War

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During the arduous campaigns in theatres of war from the Pacific to North West Europe, American infantry weapons played a key role in the eventual victory over the Axis forces. In so doing they earned a special reputation for ruggedness and reliability. In addition to being used by US ground forces they were widely adopted by other Allied nations. Expert author Michael Green puts the full range of small arms, be they rifles, submachine guns, shotguns, pistols, machine guns as well as mortars, anti-tank weapons and close infantry support artillery under the microscope. Many names such as the Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) and the incomparable semi-automatic Garand will be well known whereas others (the Johnson Rifle and Reising SMG) are not. The typically informative text completes the wide range of photographic images.American bazooka rocket against that of a German bazooka rocket, both being fired at the same abandoned German Panther tank. ... U.S. Army National Guard manual: a#39;... pillboxes, automatic weapons emplacement, field or artillery gun emplacements, vehicles of all types and ... U.S. Army history of the Second World War titled, Planning Munitions for War: a#39;Reports from users overseas were enthusiastic.

Title:United States Infantry Weapons of the Second World War
Author: Michael Green
Publisher:Pen and Sword - 2015-11-30

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