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New Book on The Model 1918 Mark1 Trench Knife and Variations


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Hope everyone and their families have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

 

The same wishes to you and your family, Greg!

 

Best,

 

V/r Lance

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Hi Greg,

 

Just sent an email to see if you have any copies left.

 

Thanks

Ron

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Book received and I am very pleased. Looks like a great study and includes several variations. I recently picked up a French trench knife and there is a little information on that as well since it was a bit of an inspiration for the 1918. Thanks Greg!

 

Ron

My vices: The American Civil War and earlier US militaria and the Thompson submachine gun...yes, I know that sounds odd.

President, The American Thompson Association

Thompson Collectors Association

Ohio Gun Collectors Association
Michigan Antique Arms Collectors
Sons of the American Legion

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Hello all members of the U.S. Militaria Forum.

 

Volume 2, "Knuckle Knives of the Second World War" is currently being completed at my printer.

 

It is large format, hard cover and 346 pages. Over 200 knuckle knife examples and variations are reviewed.

 

The book as well as a limited run of 50 additional copies of my first book, "The Model 1918 Mark 1 Trench Knife and Variations", will be available at this years Show of Shows in Louisville, Kentucky next month.

 

There will only be a limited run of 350 copies being printed in the U.S.A. for Volume 2.

 

Hope to see you at the S.O.S

 

Greg Aloisio

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