mint condition. Nashville, TN: 2005. 293 pages, 39 photos, 20 maps 6" by 9" hardcover. Originally published in 1912 as Geschichte der Kaiserlichen fur deutsch-Ostafrika. Translated for the first time, this is a comprehensive review of the organization and operations of German colonial forces in East Africa during the late 19th century and the years preceding World War I. There are chapters on the establishment of the Wissmann unit, early suppression of Arab revolts and the development of the Imperial Protectorate Force. This includes a description of the force structure, weapos and operations. There is a review of the combat operations by 2 year increments plus information on the peaceful employment of the Force. Also included is a rank list from 1890 to 1911 and a register of all officers of the force. Mint condition in publisher's plastic wrap.
Very Good. Hardcover. 8vo. The Battery Press. 2005. 292 pgs. 39 photos ( captions in German), 20 maps ( in German). No DJ as issued. No ownership marks present. Text is clean and free of marks, binding tight and solid, boards clean with no wear present. Photos sent upon request. BX-251; European Wars Series; Vol. 12; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 292 pages.
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