3 edition of Ordnance And The World War found in the catalog.
June 25, 2007 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
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The Ordnance Quick-Firing pounder (or just pdr) was a mm (3 inch) gun developed by the United Kingdom during World War was used as an anti-tank gun on its own carriage, as well as equipping a number of British tanks. Used with the APDS shot, it was capable of defeating all but the thickest armour on German tanks. It was used to 'up-gun' some foreign-built vehicles in British Type: Anti-tank gun, Tank gun. Now a major motion picture starring Rosamund Pike, Stanley Tucci, and Jamie Dornan, A Private War is the story of legendary war correspondent Marie Colvin, who died in while covering the Syrian civil February , Marie Colvin crossed.
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This, the third and final volume in the subseries, tells the climax of the Ordnance role in World War II, the story of how the vast armory and its administrators fared in combat. In presenting this. The iron harvest is the annual "harvest" of unexploded ordnance, barbed wire, shrapnel, bullets and congruent trench supports collected by Belgian and French farmers after ploughing their fields.
The harvest generally applies to the material from World War I, which is still found in large quantities across the former Western Front. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Crozier, William, Ordnance and the world war.
New York, C. Scribner's Sons, (OCoLC) Appears in 42 books from Page 6 - Ordnance comprise all that relates to the upkeep, repair, and operation of the torpedo station, naval proving ground, and magazines on shore, to the.
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Story of ordnance in the World War. Washington, James William Bryan Press [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Sevellon Brown. RECORDS OF ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT UNITS (POST WORLD WAR I) (bulk ) Records of the War Plans Division.
Textual Records: Ordnance war plans books, Basic war plans requirements books, Reports of the Ordnance Munitions Board, Records of the Military Plans Division.
Written just after the war, reviews activities of U.S. Army’s Ordnance Department’s research and development of small arms, ammunition, artillery, bombs, armored and unarmored combat and motor transport vehicles, aircraft armament, rockets and launchers, fuels and lubricants, rubber, steel, and ballistics, from through the end of the war, plus effect of climate and terrain in jungle, Author: Ray Merriam.
The American Arsenal: The World War II Official Standard Ordnance Catalog of Small Arms, Tanks, Armored Cars, Artillery, Antiaircraft Guns, Ammunition, Grenades, Mines, Etcetera. This superb. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK The story of ordnance in the World War by Brown, Sevellon.
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Ordnance Went Up Front: Some Observations and Experiences of a Sergeant of Ordnance, who Served Throughout World War II with the United States Army in Egypt, the Philippines and Japan, Including Way Stations A Samworth book on firearms: Author: Roy F.
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World War I. 1 - 20 of results Barnes & Noble Press. Publish your book with B&N. Learn More. A series of 40 illustrated books that describe the campaigns in which U.S. Army troops participated during World War II. Each book describes the strategic setting, traces the operations of the major American units involved, and analyzes the impact of.
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Navy, Ordnance, Naval, World War, Publisher Pages: World War II. During World War II, the Ordnance Department was responsible for roughly half of all Army procurement, $34 ent Franklin Delano Roosevelt's 'Arsenal of Democracy' depended on the Ordnance Department to become a reality.
Ordnance Department strength increased from officers to 24, officers, 4, enlisted toenlisted, civilians toBranch: United States Army. The American arsenal: the World War II official standard ordnance catalog of small arms, tanks, armored cars, artillery, antiaircraft guns, ammunition, grenades, mines, etcetera Item Preview remove-circlePages: In his book, Silent Victory, historian Clay Blair Jr.
wrote, “After twenty-one months of war, the three major defects of the Mark 14 torpedo had at last been isolated Each defect had been discovered and fixed in the field – always over the stubborn opposition of the Bureau of Ordnance.”.
List 78 with items issued in Early October Books on this List are from libraries of Dale Biever, Radford Gamble, Sheldon Goldberg, Air Force official historian, and others. Emphasis on Ordnance, Uniforms, Military Manuals including Army Air Force manuals, Military Aviation, Warships, British Army, World War II, etc.
This is the setting for Dr. John Westerlunds book, Arizonas War Town: Flagstaff, Navajo Ordnance Depot, and World War II. The book has won numerous awards for its role in preserving Just ten miles west of Flagstaff in the small town of Bellemont thre is an old World War II era ordnance depot that is now run by the Arizona National Guard/5.
All of the titles in the U.S. Army in World War II series (the Army's official history of World War II - commonly referred to as the "Green Books") are listed in the following sections.
The War Department. The Army Ground Forces. The Army Service Forces. The Western Hemisphere. The War in the Pacific. The Mediterranean Theater of Operations.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: United States. Navy Department. Bureau of Ordnance. U.S. Navy Bureau of Ordnance in World War II. Washington: Bureau of Ordnance, Dept.
of the Navy, . Unexploded ordnance (UXO, sometimes abbreviated as UO), unexploded bombs (UXBs), or explosive remnants of war (ERW) are explosive weapons (bombs, shells, grenades, land mines, naval mines, cluster munition, etc.) that did not explode when they were employed and still pose a risk of detonation, sometimes many decades after they were used or does not always originate from.
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Any book that can summarize World War II in pages seems worth picking up to me. And author Mark Arnold-Forster makes a valiant effort to cover salient battles in each theatre. The maps alone are well worth the book, showing the moves of each major military unit during key battles/5.
This superb large-format reference book is the ultimate illustrated guide to the equipment used by the U.S. Army during World War II.
No other single source provides so much accurate and authentic detail on weapons, vehicles, ammunition and other combat equipment, together with an authoritative explanation of the development and introduction processes.5/5(3). The project Huddy refers to is a book, “Alvira and the Ordnance: An American Dream Denied” ($20), that the two men co-authored.
It is an in-depth sequel to a commemorative booklet Montgomery Area Historical Society published, and is a fund raiser for that organization. "Westerlund, in his highly readable and though-provoking new book, makes the case for the coming of the Navajo Ordnance Depot as the turning point in modern Flagstaff's history For anyone seeking to understand Flagstaff since World War II, it is a must read—and, thankfully, a highly enjoyable one."—Arizona Daily Sun.
Posts about Milwaukee in World War II written by MilwaukeeNotebook. A supervisor communicates with a deaf ammunition inspector at the Milwaukee Ordnance Plant, a massive but short-lived World War II factory manufacturingcalibre machine gun cartridges.
These printed log books relate to the older six-inch and ,scale County Series maps. They are arranged and described by the Ordnance Survey map sheet number to which they relate and by the names of civil parishes which were shown, or more often partially shown, on that map sheet.
Ordnance Island is far closer to the town, and a similar explosion here would have been catastrophic. The RAOC operated a second, smaller depot, from a wharf on East Broadway on the outskirts of Hamilton.
By the Second World War, the depot had fallen into disuse with the Army and was loaned to the US Navy for use as a submarine base from Built for: War Office.
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Commemorations Toolkits - Main; Navy. His book, “Arizona’s War Town: Flagstaff, Navajo Ordnance Depot and World War II,” was published by the University of Arizona Press in It’s available online through UA Press and Author: Roger Naylor.The material published in this Monograph is a complete reprint of the text of Chapter 1 (“Review of Ordnance Research and Development in World War II”) of a manuscript in the National Archives (Records Group NumberBox A).3/5(1).United States Army Green Books (PDF) The United States Army and World War II United States Army Center of Military History Sets 1 through 5 of 7.
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