By Robert G. Segel British staff officer’s visor cap with red piping around brim, sterling silver Machine Gun Corps collar...Read more
By Robert G. Segel During the years immediately before the World War I, small hollow off-white china ornaments decorated with...Read more
By Dean Roxby As we patiently wait for the newest book by highly respected author Dolf Goldsmith to be released,...Read more
By Robert G. Segel In 1918, Fokker, a Dutch aircraft manufacturer, placed full-page ads in industry engineering magazines that not...Read more
By Robert G. Segel - Royal Naval Air Service The Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS) was the flying arm of...Read more
We debated, dear readers, whether the 25th anniversary was Volume 25, Issue Number 1 when we put the “25” on...Read more
The T-slot. This poster is a cautionary message for the Army Air Corps' bomber crewmen, capturing the essence of Eisner's...Read more
By Dean Roxby Into the Archives of Germany’s Intermediate-Caliber Assault Rifle Full title: Sturmgewehr! From Firepower to Striking Power (Revised...Read more
Sterling silver U.S. doughboy dog tag holder and locket. The outside of the holder is engraved “2nd Lieut. H.W. Billman 109...Read more
Finnish elite shooter badge for machine gun. This Finnish badge was issued to “Vailo-Ampuja” or “Elite Shooter” machine gunners. The first...Read more
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