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    New Zealand Equipment Book

    Dear All,
    If you are interested in WW1 and WW2 Commonwealth equipment there is a new book out called 'New Zealand Army Personal Equipment 1910-1945'
    ISBN 0-9582535-9-5
    The book is avaiable from the publishers www.willsonscott.biz
    The book covers: Bandoliers, Belts, Compasses, Binoculars, Maps,Watches, Frogs, Firearms, Holsters, Edged Weapons, Anti gas equipment, Pouches, Straps and Attachments, Saddlery,Helmets, Mess Tins, Water Bottles, Equipment, Miscellaneous, and Kit reconstructions, plus 4 appendices and most transports to and from NZ during WW1 and WW2.
    We have had some very postive comments and it is well worth the effort we put in.
    Barry

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    Hi Barry, thanks for that. I had not heard of this this book. I take it you are one of the authors? I have clicked on the link but it does not show a sample page: would it be possible for you to share one with us?

    Cheers, Ade.

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      Dear Ada,
      I have asked the publisher to add images to the site. The book is a black and white photo reference book and alot of the info is commom to Commonwealth countries.
      Being a new member to this site, am I allowed to post photos.
      I would like to balance the wounderfull Australian uniforms with some of my own.
      Barry

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        #4
        Thanks for the heads up barry, I will definately have to get hold of a copy

        Rob

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          #5
          I got my book direct from the publishers as soon as it came out. I highly recommend it. Heres a few sample pictures.

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                  I also got my copy from the publishers when it came out, Had been waiting since the Omaka air show when I had first heard about it.
                  Great book.

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