The Art of the Jeep

From Propaganda to Advertising

Jerome Hadacek

After the war the Jeep, a small military vehicle then mostly unknown to the general public, suddenly became central to the vision of the postwar period. Made famous in magazines and newspapers world-wide, the Jeep was on everything from writing paper, matchboxes and playing cards, and seemed to invade America before conquering the world.
Publication date:
January 2012
Publisher :
Histoire et Collections
Language:
English
Illustration :
Fully illustrated throughout
Format Available     Quantity Price
Hardback
ISBN : 9782352502210

Dimensions : 310 X 240 cm
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£35.00
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Overview
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• Lavish, full colour illustrations capturing the rise of the Jeep

After the war the Jeep, a small military vehicle then mostly unknown to the general public, suddenly became central to the vision of the postwar period. Made famous in magazines and newspapers world-wide, the Jeep was on everything from writing paper, matchboxes and playing cards, and seemed to invade America before conquering the world.

This fabulous new book from Histoire et Collections perfectly captures the mood of that period immediately after the war with its lavish full colour illustrations.

About the Author
The author, Jerome Hadacek is known for both his 1 / 48 and 1 / 10 scale models, and is passionate about tanks and jeeps. He has published extensively as a freelance writer on 4x4 vehicles.

REVIEWS

Fabulous book…a comprehensive social history study of the industry and circumstances that made the Jeep a worldwide success.
Classic Military Vehicle Magazine