Long Range Desert Group Patrolman: The Western Desert 1940-43

Author:   Tim Moreman ,  Raffaele Ruggeri
Publisher:   Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Volume:   No. 148
ISBN:  

9781846039249


Pages:   64
Publication Date:   10 July 2010
Format:   Paperback
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Author:   Tim Moreman ,  Raffaele Ruggeri
Publisher:   Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Imprint:   Osprey Publishing
Volume:   No. 148
Dimensions:   Width: 18.40cm , Height: 0.70cm , Length: 24.80cm
Weight:   0.242kg
ISBN:  

9781846039249


ISBN 10:   184603924
Pages:   64
Publication Date:   10 July 2010
Audience:   General/trade ,  General
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   Manufactured on demand   Availability explained
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Language:   English

Table of Contents

Introduction /Chronology /Recruitment/Enlistment /Training /Appearance /Equipment /Conditions of Service /On Campaign /Belief and Belonging /Experience of Battle /After the Battle /Collecting/Museums/Re-enactment /Bibliography /Glossary /Index

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The author included over 50 photographs, many of which are from the archives of the Imperial War Museum. Also included are specially commissioned artworks of seven plates detailing uniforms, equipment and weaponry of the LRDG patrolmen, as well as maps and battle scene art. -www.mataka.org (November 2010)<br><br> This is a handy and worthwhile reference for those who have an interest in this theatre of operations or who would just like to get further information on this unit. - Alan McNeilly, www.armorama.com


The author included over 50 photographs, many of which are from the archives of the Imperial War Museum. Also included are specially commissioned artworks of seven plates detailing uniforms, equipment and weaponry of the LRDG patrolmen, as well as maps and battle scene art. -www.mataka.org (November 2010) This is a handy and worthwhile reference for those who have an interest in this theatre of operations or who would just like to get further information on this unit. - Alan McNeilly, www.armorama.com


This is a handy and worthwhile reference for those who have an interest in this theatre of operations or who would just like to get further information on this unit. --<i>Alan McNeilly, www.armorama.com</i></p> The author included over 50 photographs, many of which are from the archives of the Imperial War Museum. Also included are specially commissioned artworks of seven plates detailing uniforms, equipment and weaponry of the LRDG patrolmen, as well as maps and battle scene art. --<i>www.mataka.org (November 2010)</i></p>


The author included over 50 photographs, many of which are from the archives of the Imperial War Museum. Also included are specially commissioned artworks of seven plates detailing uniforms, equipment and weaponry of the LRDG patrolmen, as well as maps and battle scene art. -www.mataka.org (November 2010) This is a handy and worthwhile reference for those who have an interest in this theatre of operations or who would just like to get further information on this unit. - Alan McNeilly, www.armorama.com


This is a handy and worthwhile reference for those who have an interest in this theatre of operations or who would just like to get further information on this unit. --Alan McNeilly, www.armorama.com The author included over 50 photographs, many of which are from the archives of the Imperial War Museum. Also included are specially commissioned artworks of seven plates detailing uniforms, equipment and weaponry of the LRDG patrolmen, as well as maps and battle scene art. --www.mataka.org (November 2010)


Author Information

Tim Moreman is a freelance writer and academic. For several years he lectured in the Department of War Studies at King's College London, from where he obtained his PhD. He also held an appointment as Resident Historian at the Army Staff College at Camberley. His primary interests include the British-Indian Army during the 19th and 20th centuries, counter-insurgency, and the British and Commonwealth armies during World War II. In addition to a significant number of articles and papers, Tim has written two major books: a study of the Indian Army on the North-West Frontier 1849-1947, and a book on the war in Burma and Malaya 1941-45. In recent years he has also worked for the new Dictionary of National Biography and the Australian War Memorial, as well as acting as a historical adviser for the BBC and Carlton Television. Raffaele Ruggeri was born in Bologna where he works and lives with his wife. After studying at the Fine Arts Academy he worked in several areas of graphics and design before deciding to devote himself to illustration.

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