The Rotarian 1988-02 Established in 1911, The Rotarian is the official magazine of Rotary International and is circulated worldwide. Each issue contains feature articles, columns, and departments about, or of interest to, Rotarians. Seventeen Nobel Prize winners and 19 Pulitzer Prize winners – from Mahatma Ghandi to Kurt Vonnegut Jr. – have written for the magazine.
Yachting 1984-04
Gung-ho 1985
Proceedings - United States Naval Institute United States Naval Institute 1990-12
Outing Poultney Bigelow 1918
Flying Magazine 1950-03
Yachting 1988-08
Flying Magazine 1946-03
Flying Magazine 1951-01
MotorBoating 1988-05
Military History 1999-04
Yachting 1984-06
Flying Magazine 1944-08
MotorBoating 1941-03
Flying Magazine 1979-10
Hearst's Magazine 1913
Machinists' Monthly Journal. Official Organ of the International Association of Machinists 1920
The Railroad Telegrapher 1913
Yachting 1988-04
Commerce Business Daily 1999-10
German Visor Caps of the Second World War Guilhem Touratier 2013-11-01 This full color illustrated book covers the highly collectible World War II era German visor cap. Officer and enlisted caps of the Heer, Luftwaffe, Kriegsmarine and Waffen-SS are shown in over 360 high-quality photographs, and described in detailed text. Rare and common caps are presented in both full view and up close detail showing insignia, piping, and manufacturer's tags/markings. Caps in wear are also shown in war era portraits of officers and enlisted men from the various Wehrmacht service arms.
Skyways for Business 1950
The American Legion Magazine 1987
Flying Magazine 1984-12
Air Force Magazine 1948
'85 Coll Third Reich House Of Collectibles 1985-06
The Collector's Guide to Cloth Third Reich Military Headgear Gary Wilkins 2001-11 This book is jam-packed with practical knowledge on German cloth military headgear. Useful information to help novice collectors learn how to avoid costly mistakes - cap construction basics and materials, descriptions of each cap model and comparisons with altered originals, modified post-war caps, and reproductions - all neatly divided into individual sections for easy reference. Also included is a series of convenient quick check lists that identify common modification danger points for each cap type. For the advanced collector, the book offers historical background about the German cap making industry with the first-ever comprehensive listing of German cap makers, maker mark illustrations, and many individual histories, including never published information on the history and sad fate of the famous cap maker Robert Lubstein/EREL. Over 220 color and black and white contemporary and period photographs bring The Pocket Guide to Third Reich Military Headgear to life.
Skyways 1950
Flying Magazine 1980-04
Machinists Monthly Journal 1920 Vols. 42-57 (1930-45) include separately paged reports of secretary-treasurer, auditor, roster of officials and other documents dealing with the activities of the association.
The United States Army and Navy Journal and Gazette of the Regular and Volunteer Forces 1903
Civil War 1998
The American Legion 1988
Army-Navy-Air Force Register and Defense Times 1905
Flying Magazine 1944-11
General Orders and Circulars United States. Army. Division of Cuba 1907
MotorBoating 1954-01
Flying Magazine 1984-10
Boys' Life 1982
Boating 1979-07

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