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U.S. Armed Forces Insignia : Annotated Bibliography

By Toms, Louis , V.

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Book Id: WPLBN0003437269
Format Type: PDF (eBook)
File Size: 3.73 MB.
Reproduction Date: 1/1/2014

Title: U.S. Armed Forces Insignia : Annotated Bibliography  
Author: Toms, Louis , V.
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Military Science, Bibliographic Reference
Collections: History, Bibliography, Military Science, Authors Community, Statistics, Naval Science, Literature, Most Popular Books in China
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Publisher: Self
Member Page: Louis Toms


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Toms, Compile, L. V. (2014). U.S. Armed Forces Insignia : Annotated Bibliography. Retrieved from

U.S. Armed Forces Insignia - Annotated Bibliography is a catalog of over 4,000 references addressing military and supporting auxiliary services insignia, rank/rate, and decorations. Compiled materials span the period from 1810 to 2010. Materials compiled from a variety of resources including articles and publications available through Internet libraries.

Table of Contents
Introduction Statistical Summaries Deciphering Bibliographic Citations References Armed Forces Awards and Decorations Auxiliary Services Antiquarian Acronyms and Abbreviations Resource Indices


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