Melvil Decimal System: 355.81
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Social Sciences, Sociology, Anthropology
Public Administration, Military Science
Social Problems, Social Services
Commerce, Communications, Transportation
Customs, Etiquette, Folklore
Theory of Public Administration
General Practice of Public Administration
Specialized Fields of Public Administration
Air forces and other advanced weaponry
Navy; Naval Science
Organization of military forces
Tactics and strategy
Military equipment and supplies
Clothing; Camp outfit
Small arms and ammunition
Wagons; Harness; Transport outfit
Other tools; Instruments
Works under MDS 355.81
- Roman Military Clothing 1 : 100 BC-AD 200 by Graham Sumner
- Roman Military Clothing 3 : AD 400-640 by Raffaele D'Amato
- Roman Military Clothing 2 : AD 200-400 by Graham Sumner
- U.S. Army Uniforms and Equipment, 1889: Specifications for Clothing, Camp and Garrison Equipage, and Clothing and Equipage Materials by Quartermaster General of the Army
- American Web Equipment: 1910-1967 (Europa Militaria) by Martin J. Brayley
- U.S. Army Uniforms of the Korean War by Shelby Stanton
- American Military Belts and Related Equipments by Stephen Dorsey
- Uniforms of the Continental Army (The Early American costume series) by Katcher
- American Military Equipage, 1851-1872: A Description by Word and Picture of What the American Solider, Sailor, and Marine of These Years Wore and Car by Frederick P. Todd
- Field Manual No 21-15 : Care and Use of Individual Clothing and Equipment 1977 Edition by Department of the Army
- "Who called the cook a bastard?" by Cedric Stanton Hicks
- Regulations and Notes for the Uniform of the Army of the United States: 1861 by Jacques Noel Jacobsen, Jr.
- Care and Use of Individual Clothing and Equipment, FM 21-15 by Department of the Army
- Regulations and Notes for the Uniform of the Army of the United States: 1899 by Jacques Noel Jacobsen, Jr.
- Imperial German Field Uniforms and Equipment 1907-1918: Volume I: Field Equipment, Optical Instruments, Body Armor, Mine and Chemical Warfare, Communications Equipment, Weapons, Cloth Headgear (v. 1) by Johan Somers
- Regulations and Notes for the Uniform of the Army of the United States: 1851 by Jacques Noel Jacobsen, Jr.
- Imperial German Field Uniforms And Equipment 1907-1918, Volume 2: Infantry and Cavalry Helmets - Pickelhaube ..... Imperial Marine (v. 2) by Johan Somers
- Regulations and Notes for the Uniform of the Army of the United States: 1872 by Jacques Noel Jacobsen, Jr.
- Regulations and Notes for the Uniform of the Army of the United States 1888 by Jacques (ed). Jacobsen
- Leather and the Warrior by John W. Waterer
- Cataloguing Military Uniforms by David Ross
- Uniform Regulations United States Marine Corps, Together with Uniform Regulations Common to Both U.S. Navy and Marine Corps by United States.,
- Regulations and Notes for the Uniform of the Army of the United States: 1857 by Jacques Noel Jacobsen, Jr.
- Regulations and Notes for the Uniform of the Army of the United States 1902 by Jacques (ed). Jacobsen
- Shoulder sleeve insignia, insignia of rank, service ribbons, decorations, and insignia of the U.S. armed forces by Thomas R. Diver
- Official Price Guide to Collectibles of the Third Reich by House Of Collectibles
- Regulations and Notes for the Uniform of the Army of the United States 1912. by Jacques (ed). Jacobsen
- Regulations and Notes of the Uniform for the Navy and Marine Corp of the United States: 1852 by Jacques Noel Jacobsen, Jr.
- Doughboy to GI: US Army Clothing and Equipment 1900-1945 by Kenneth Lewis
- Rank and badges in the navy, army, R.A.F. and auxiliaries: A fully coloured guide to the badges worn by members of His M by E. C. Talbot-Booth
- Regulations and Notes for the Uniform of the Army of the United States: 1882 by Jacques (ed). Jacobsen
- World War II German Military Collectibles by Robert McCarthy
- Mat och krig by Martin Skoog
- Saker och ting mellan liv och död by Lennart Durehed
- Horse equipments and equipments for officers and enlisted men by United States.,
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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