S.I. Publicaties BV

S.I. Publicaties BV

S.I. Publicaties BV is a publishing house in the Netherlands, specialising in books on small arms, edged weapons and military history in English and Dutch. Their well-known Propaganda Photo Series is devoted to German small arms of the Second World War. Each volume contains essential information about history and development, markings, experiments and variations, ammunition and accessories, as well as a special selection of original large-format original German World War II propaganda photos, depicting the weapons as they were used.

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  • Bayonets Of The World: The Complete Edition

    The new, revised and complete edition of the standard book on the world's bayonets. With detailed drawings and information on more than 1000 bayonets, classified by country, and with indices on markings and manufacturers.

    This new edition is arranged into 46 national chapters, depicting and describing the bayonets by country. These chapters start with an introduction, describing the main developments and listing the bayonets in chronological order. Thereafter follows a detailed description of each bayonet, composed of one or more drawings of the bayonet and its scabbard, accom... Learn More

    Starting at: £75.00

  • Hartmans' Dutch Gunmakers From The 15th To The 20th Century

    Hartmans' Dutch Gunmakers is a unique and indispensable reference book on gunmakers from the Netherlands from 1500 to the present.

    It contains authoritative articles on famous Dutch gunmakers, a survey of about 1350 gunmakers and factories, arranged per city and an extensive chapter on markings on Dutch firearms.

    In addition, this book contains a list of Amsterdam swordcutlers.

    About the Author
    Guus de Vries is a historian, specialising in the field of firearms. Thus far, he has written fifteen books on firearms history, mostly together with Bas Martens, and... Learn More

    Starting at: £80.00

  • The Visser Collection

    The Visser Collection, collected over a period or more than thirty years, was the finest and largest concentration of small arms, fabricated in the Low Countries.

    This collection has been meticulously described in two monumental volumes, which were published in 1996-1997.

    This book is the fourth and last part of Volume I, and describes over 350 rare and special firearms, swords and related objects, from the 16th to the 19th century.

    About the Author
    Guus de Vries is a historian, specialising in the field of firearms. Thus far, he has written fifteen books on firear... Learn More

    Starting at: £85.00

  • The K98k Rifle

    The first volume of the Propaganda Photo Series, a unique series of books on World War II small arms. Each volume covers all essential information on history & development, ammunition & accessories, codes & markings and contains photos of nearly every model and accessory.

    The most important quality of the Propaganda Photo Series however, is a unique selection of original German World War II propaganda photos, most never published before. The combination of solid information and original photos makes the Propaganda Photo Series the most extensive and reliable source of... Learn More

    Starting at: £15.00

  • The P08 Luger Pistol

    The third volume of the Propaganda Photo Series, a unique series of books on World War II small arms. Each volume covers all essential information on history & development, ammunition & accessories, codes & markings and contains photos of nearly every model and accessory.

    The most important quality of the Propaganda Photo Series however, is a unique selection of original German World War II propaganda photos, most never published before. The combination of solid information and original photos makes the Propaganda Photo Series the most extensive and reliable source of German... Learn More

    Starting at: £30.00

  • The Mg34 Machinegun

    • Incredibly detailed and highly illustrated history of Germany's most important machine gun from World War II

    The sixth volume of the Propaganda Photo Series is the first detailed publication on the MG34, Germany's most important machine gun of World War II. This book contains a description of the development, production and use, the accessories and markings of the MG34, including many pictures and descriptions of prototypes and variants that have never been depicted and described before.

    The most important quality of the Propaganda Photo Series however, is a... Learn More

    Starting at: £30.00

  • German Sniper Rifles

    • The most detailed guide to German Sniper Rifles in use ever published220 illustrations

    The seventh volume in the Propaganda Photo Series describes and depicts the development of the sniper rifle in the German army. After a short introduction on the early developments up to World War I and the era of the Reichswehr, this book gives a detailed description of the German sniper rifles in World War II.

    Apart from the several models of the G98 and the K98k sniper rifles, the scoped versions of the K43, Sturmgewehr and Fallschirmjägergewehr are described and depicted as... Learn More

    Starting at: £30.00

  • The Fg42 Fallschirmjagergewehr

    • The origin and history of the German paratrooper's rifle

    The FG42 Fallschirmjägergewehr is Vol. VIII in the Propaganda Photo Series, a unique series of books on German small arms of World War II. This book gives a detailed description of the origin and history of the enigmatic Fallschirmjägergewehr (paratrooper's rifle), Germany's most famous, but also most mysterious small arm of World War II.

    Although only some thousands were produced, many postwar designs were influenced by the FG42, which greatly attributed to its reputation. This book also... Learn More

    Starting at: £30.00

  • Captured Arms/ Beutewaffen

    • A highly illustrated study of the millions of small arms captured by the German army, covering twelve countries

    Captured Arms / Beutewaffen is Vol. IX in the Propaganda Photo Series on World War II German small arms. This volume is dedicated to the millions of small arms that were captured by the German army in more than 12 different countries. Most weapons were re-issued to the German army, para-military units and auxiliaries and they were often used in their original state, but sometimes modified to German standards, or re-purposed to improve the weapons being fought with by... Learn More

    Starting at: £28.50

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