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Machine Gun: The Development of the Machine Gun from the Nineteenth… (edition 2008)

by Maxim Popenker, Anthony G. Williams

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Title:Machine Gun: The Development of the Machine Gun from the Nineteenth Century to the Present Day
Authors:Maxim Popenker
Other authors:Anthony G. Williams
Info:Crowood (2008), Hardcover, 352 pages
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Tags:military history, weapons, machine gun, ordnance, ammunition, hardcover

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With a country-by-country breakdown of machine guns, including comprehensive appendices of gun and ammunition data, along with hundreds of photographs, this is a comprehensive study of a most effective battlefield weapon.

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