Illustrated magazine about the Turkish Brigade in Korea to date. Excellent reference with many photographs detailing uniforms, equipment, insignia, and personnel of the unit. Contains a history of the brigade, reason for joining the war, awards and honors, training, combat and more.
9 August 1951
Text in Turkish - Translation Coming Soon
Japanese Pictoral: Headquarters IX Corps APO 309 - A nice magazine about the beginning of the Japanese occupation.
October 1945-January 1946
AFRICAN GENERAL SERVICE MEDALS
A detailed listing of all authorized clasps for the Africa General Service Medal from the late 1800s through the Mau Mau rebellion. Extensive research presented concisely makes this resource excellent for identifying entitlement, regimental and personal history.
R. B. Magor
INSIGNIA OF THE U.S. ARMED FORCES
Nicely illustrated with color plates. Wartime imagery nicely shows what was available and authorized at the very end of the war. Due to lack of Army Commendation ribbon and World War II Victory ribbon, this pre-dates late 1945.
The Hobby Guild of America
S/SGT. MARCEL G. QUINTAL
Photograph and supporting documents for Marcel Quintal. Of interest is the unique badge on his right chest - identified as a French aviation badge and ties in with his service as an interpreter supporting French aviators training in the United States.
COLONEL EDWARD F. BEWIE
Two portraits of Colonel Edward F. Bewie for publication during the time he was stationed in Mississippi.
15 August 1956 | 18 September 1958
2d CHEMICAL Co. CHRISTMAS MENU
A glimpse of life in Hawaii on Christmas in 1927. From Albert Guerin as a young soldier in the Army Chemical Corps.
SHANGHAI UNDER FIRE
Second Edition: September 1937-February 1938 A Pictoral Record of Shanghai's undeclared war. NOTE: Due to the large size of this PDF and limitations of maximum file size, the quality of this may suffer. Please contact the collector if you wish to view a better copy.
Shanghai Evening Post & Mercury Staff
U.S.S. IDAHO 1935 CRUISE
A companion album to the U.S.S. Chester 1935 Cruise from John Lenart. Images of Panama Canal, other ships, and sailors onboard.
MANDLER & GUERIN COLLECTION
L to R: Lionel Mandler, Roland Mandler, Albert Guerin, Rev. Omer Mandler
A French correspondent's narrative of his time with the French Battalion in Korea.
KIM-CHI, ASAHI AND RUM
A Platoon Commander Remembers Korea 1952-1953: a memoir written by a member of 1PPCLI and later 3PPCLI during his Korean tour.
Robert Stirling Peacock
JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL ARTILLERY
Vol. LXXXI., No. 3
FIGHTING ON THE BRINK
Defense of the Pusan Perimeter: An extensively researched narrative of the critical battle in the first year of the war. Draws on multiple sources and first hand accounts.
Brig. Gen. Uzal W. Ent
Unattributed color image of soldiers in the 7th Division. Only note is 1952 on the reverse.
BEYOND DANGER CLOSE
The Korean Experience Revealed - 2d Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. Focuses predominantly on the Kapyong battle. Incredible narrative including multiple appendices with nominal roll (incomplete), awards and corrections to previous works.
LES BELGES EN CORÉE
Chronological narrative of the Belgian Battalion in Korea from 1950-1955 as written by the unit commander. Excellent resource with footnotes and multiple soldiers mentioned by name. Includes many citations, orders of the day, and appendix for casualties.
Lt. Gen. Albert Crahay
X CORPS G-2 SECTION TERRAIN HANDBOOK
Material regarding terrain, installations, roads and railroads, climate, and more. Distributed within X Corps for the invasion of North Korea in autumn 1950. Includes maps and aerial images.
4 October 1950
FORTUNE FAVOURS THE BRAVE
The Battle of the Hook, 1953 as told predominantly from the perspective of the Duke of Wellington's Regiment. A great composition of battle overview and first hand experiences. Detailed appendix for the structure of the British infantry battalion of the era.
A. J. Barker
FROM THE IMJIN TO THE HOOK
Personal memoir of a National Service gunner who served two tours in Korea, framing the first and last days of the war. Appendices include casualties, prisoners of war, and awards and decorations.