Vickers Guide: WWII Germany (Volume 2) is a premium quality, collector's grade, coffee table reference book. All books contain the following features:
- 376 pages
- 13" wide by 11" tall (approx.)
- Commercial quality, section sewn style binding which allows the book to lay open flat
- Full color prints on premium quality photo paper stock
- Foil stamped, black linen hardcover
- Full color protective dust jacket
- Ribbon page marker
In addition to the above Standard Edition.
Picking up where the First Volume left off, Vickers Guide: WWII Germany (Volume 2) completes its coverage of the fascinating small arms developed by Nazi Germany during the Second World War. This Second Volume provides a thorough look into the war-era firearms and designs that still resonate today, such as the Sturmgewehr, FG42, MG 34, MG 42, and the last desperate weapons developed to hold off Nazi Germany’s collapse.
This Second Volume of Vickers Guide: WWII Germany covers the following small-arms categories: Presentation and Engraved Pistols; Semi-Automatic Service Rifles; Select-Fire Service Rifles; Machine Guns; and Last-Ditch Weapons. Also included are a chapter covering post-war weapon derivatives and an appendix of additional firearms and oddities complementing the selection of small arms presented in these two volumes. In all, over 70 firearms and other weapons are shown in incredible detail to give enthusiasts of all levels a new appreciation for this incredibly dynamic time in firearms development.
In this book, special operations combat veteran Larry Vickers and photographer James Rupley have teamed up with a number of subject matter experts, including Ian McCollum of Forgotten Weapons, Tom Whiteman, Michael Heidler, and R.D.I. Weigt to provide additional insight into the wide variety of firearms being showcased.
Vickers Guide: WWII Germany presents this highly curated collection of firearms from the Second World War in never before seen detail on larger than life, wide format, full color prints in a linen covered hardback. Vickers Guide: WWII Germany is the next best thing to having these exceptional collector grade firearms in your own personal collection.