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Alcan and Canol by Cohen Allied Artillery of World War One by Ian V. Hogg Allied Artillery of World War Two by Ian V. Hogg
Alcan and Canol by Cohen. Pictorial history of two interesting WW2 construction projects - the Alaska Highway and Canol Oil Pipeline. Softbound, 262 pages with many photographs.

The story of the development of field artillery during WWI. 200 photographs, well researched and written.

Format: Hardbound with dust jacket
Pages: 224
Weapons development came to a standstill in the aftermath of WW1. WW2 forced another era of rapid technology development. Ian Hogg does a great job of telling the story of the transition during WW2 from the weapons of the 1st World War to more modern and more lethal weaponry. Numerous photographs, well researched and written.

Format: Hardbound with dust jacket
Pages: 204
Army Air Forces, Directory of Airfields (Continental United States) Army Air Forces, Installations Directory, Continental US Caterpillar D7 by David Doyle
November 9, 1944 Directory of all United States Army Air Force Airfields located in the Continental United States. Contains tabulated information on AAF airfields and more, including location, elevation, class, reference charts and more. Organized by state. This is a companions to the Installations Directory as it has additional and different information.

146 pages
Softbound
September 1, 1945 Directory of all United States Army Air Force Installations located in the Continental United States. Contains tabulated information on AAF airfields and more, including location, type of station, fuel, runway length, housing and more.

110 pages
Softbound
D7 Caterpillar: A Visual History by David Doyle. This is a nice photo history of the Caterpillar D7 dozer. Great pictures and David Doyle's well-known research.

Softbound
120 pages
Down Ramp! The Story of Army Amphibious Engineers by William F. Heavey Queen City of the North The Motorcycle Marines, an Illustrated History by Jack Sands
Down Ramp! The Story of Army Amphibious Engineers by William F. Heavey.

Pictorial history of famed Dawson City, Yukon by Cohen. Illustrated
136 pages.
A detailed and illustrated history of the motorcycle in service of the Marines
Trail of '42 U.S. Military Wheeled Vehicles by Fred W. Crismon
Trail of '42
Price: $14.00
Pictorial History of the the Alaska Highway by Cohen. WW2 construction in NW Canada and Alaska.

112 pages.
Great reference on the US Army's wheeled vehicles - from trucks & jeeps to motorcycles. Hardcover is out of print!