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The Armourer  |  November-December 2012  


Included in the November/December 2012 issue of The Armourer
Terror from the skies – A research project on the first blitz of Hull 1915-1918, by Arthur G. Credland
Ship ahoy! Ray Westlake takes a look at ships’ badges c.1925: part 2, diamonds and U-shaped shields
Infantry Guns - The Japanese Way – Terry Gander reports on the 70mm Battalion Gun Type 92
Picking up the pieces - James Wearn looks at the increasing fascination for relics from the two World Wars, with a cautious eye
Austro-Hungarian rifles of WW1 - by Paul Scarlata, with photos by James Walters & Nathan Reynolds

Bayonet Fact File by R.D.C Evans - The US Remington Commercial Knife Bayonet for the Remington Rolling Block Rifle No.5, Model 1897
The Last of its kind? A rediscovered training device of the German Imperial Navy, by Michael Heidler
Reflections on the First World War - by John Norris
WW1 Ottoman Turkish Kalpak - an important part of the uniform, by Dr Chris Flaherty
A tank with three names - a photo from Raymond Shirley and Christine Rowley's WW1 album
Lest we forget: memories from the front - personal mementoes from Bill Harriman
The Model of 1917 Browning Water-Cooled Machine Gun - by Robert G. Segel
The Small World of Miniature Bayonets - two souvenirs of the 1918 Armistice, by Roger Evans
On Service in Canada 1866 - Medal collecting with Peter Duckers
Plus a look at who is selling what at arms and militaria fairs around the country, auctions, book reviews, European fairs, news & views, club contacts and arms fair diary
The Armourer is the UK's No.1 magazine for militaria collectors and military history enthusiasts with a worldwide readership. Launched at a militaria fair in 1994, the Armourer is a magazine by collectors, for collectors. In every issue, an inexhaustible stream of artefacts linking us to past conflicts throws up interesting stories. Regular articles on ordnance, bayonets, medals, insignia, uniforms, military museums, auctions, World War I and World War II make the Armourer the UK's premier militaria magazine.
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The Armourer   |   November-December 2012   


Included in the November/December 2012 issue of The Armourer
Terror from the skies – A research project on the first blitz of Hull 1915-1918, by Arthur G. Credland
Ship ahoy! Ray Westlake takes a look at ships’ badges c.1925: part 2, diamonds and U-shaped shields
Infantry Guns - The Japanese Way – Terry Gander reports on the 70mm Battalion Gun Type 92
Picking up the pieces - James Wearn looks at the increasing fascination for relics from the two World Wars, with a cautious eye
Austro-Hungarian rifles of WW1 - by Paul Scarlata, with photos by James Walters & Nathan Reynolds

Bayonet Fact File by R.D.C Evans - The US Remington Commercial Knife Bayonet for the Remington Rolling Block Rifle No.5, Model 1897
The Last of its kind? A rediscovered training device of the German Imperial Navy, by Michael Heidler
Reflections on the First World War - by John Norris
WW1 Ottoman Turkish Kalpak - an important part of the uniform, by Dr Chris Flaherty
A tank with three names - a photo from Raymond Shirley and Christine Rowley's WW1 album
Lest we forget: memories from the front - personal mementoes from Bill Harriman
The Model of 1917 Browning Water-Cooled Machine Gun - by Robert G. Segel
The Small World of Miniature Bayonets - two souvenirs of the 1918 Armistice, by Roger Evans
On Service in Canada 1866 - Medal collecting with Peter Duckers
Plus a look at who is selling what at arms and militaria fairs around the country, auctions, book reviews, European fairs, news & views, club contacts and arms fair diary
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year The Armourer magazine print subscription.
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