Published in 1902 by the French Army, and translated, this work is the most detailed study of the equipment carried by the infantryman of Europe, from the late Victorian period at the turn of the Century thru to the outbreak of the Great War. It covers the clothing, rifles, knapsacks, cartidge boxes, small articles of equipment, web gear, camp tools and personal items. It also shows tables of nomenclature and weights of each item. We have added the British 1908 Pateern Web Gear manual, as they were the only nation to change just prior to the Great War. This manual covers Britain, Germany, France, Belgium, Austro-Hungary, Russia, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Norway, Holland, Sweden & Switzerland. Reprint of l902 and 1908 editions.
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