MINT copy….The pistols of Germany and Her Allies in Two World Wars…Imperial Lugers and their accessories, by Jan C. Still
Covered in detail are the Army and Navy Lugers of Imperial Germany, their holsters, magazines, loading tools, cleaning rods and literature. For the first time these accessories are related to the Luger variations with which they were originally issued. Unit marked Lugers issued to infantry, riflemen, machine gun crews, cavalry, combat engineers, artillery crews, air ships, railway crews, munitions columns, Army staff, Kaiser’s Headquarters, ambulance units and the III Seebattalion are described with photographs and related World War I battle scenes. Also covered are Lugers used by Germany’s ally, Bulgaria, and the Lugers tested by the U.S. Army that influenced the Luger design adopted by the Germany Army in 1908. Over 55 Luger variations are described with 460 photos and battle scenes. Replaces all previous references on DWM and Erfurt Lugers.