David Nash, Almark
Publications, London 1971.
"A concise guide to
uniforms, equipment, insignia, and organization."
True. Old. 1971. Light treatment and a REALLY BAD
BINDING unless of course you get the hardback
version. The appendix on the back page has an
incomplete rank comparison. As with other
publications reserve formations are dealt with in
one paragraph. It is a pocket primer with a nice
Don't break your neck
getting this but worth having if you find one. Nice
older publication and Nash writes well but repeated in
many other texts. If you are an Imperial beginner this
is not a bad start, but it is only a start. Relatively
cheap but competition drives the price up. Nice
diagrams and pictures. Probably the best thing about
this is that you will learn enough to branch out. I
like it better than the new Brassey book as you feel
there are not the gaping errors lurking about.